Parcel#22: 9.17 Acres Beautiful Ramona View
9.17 acres in sunny Ramona, California! This is a great lot with usable acreage. It boasts excellent and easy access along paved roads. It is adjacent to BLM land – which means it is an excellent place for horseback riding and hiking! This BLM land ensures serenity and forever views! The topography is level to gently sloped. This lot boasts 6 +/- acres of usable land with a small amount of open space easements. This versatile property is the perfect backdrop to create your own estate! The valuable “O” animal designator makes this property even more desirable. The “O” animal designator means there are fewer restrictions. It allows the most flexibility in having a broad range of animals and less restrictive quantities. This property is also zoned AG 72 which is less restrictive than AG 70! This property is private and quiet – the perfect place to create your dream get-a-way! It is also just a short drive from Ramona. Privacy and convenience! Additionally, electricity is nearby, which is one of the many hurdles to cross in the building process! There are two additional lots for purchase. All three have blanket perk test certification for a standard three-bedroom home. Beautiful homes in the surrounding area makes this property a great value at its asking price.
The seller is motivated and will carry with an acceptable offer!
Topographically, the parcels are varied. Extensive amounts of useable acreage is available on each parcel, with potential home site suggestions. Flat land gives way to gentle, moderate slopes and rolling hills, ideal for vineyards. Native chaparral covers the area with color and fragrance. Wild Buckwheat, California Yucca, and Sugar Bush frame large Eucalyptus trees throughout the properties. Wildlife is abundant in the area; deer and turkey roam freely, while raptors and other rare species of animals can still be found here because of the ample amount of water and cover in this rural area.
Known for beautiful equestrian property and famous horse ranches, beautiful Ramona Valley is an easy 45 minute drive from downtown San Diego. The Ramona Valley has come to be recognized for its unique climate, which lends itself to excellent grape production. The Ramona Valley Vineyard Association (RVVA) is comprised of over 100 productive vineyards and more than 30 full-scale wineries, all of which have substantiated Ramona as a true fixture in the viticulture industry. Now becoming an up-‘n-coming wine region worthy of a visit, Ramona now boasts the highest density of wineries in San Diego County!
Perhaps Ramona’s greatest claim to fame comes from thoroughbred horse breeding. The Golden Eagle Farm in eastern Ramona’s Ballena Valley was the home of the famous racehorse, Best Pal, the second-place finisher of the 1991 Kentucky Derby, making this area a destination for equestrian enthusiasts.
Agriculture is still the dominant economic activity in the Ramona area. Vineyards, horse and cattle ranches are the backdrop for the landscape of light residential development. There are many fine restaurants and lodging accommodations in the surrounding area of this centrally, yet privately located property.
RECREATION AND LIFESTYLE
Ramona is a relaxed, close-knit community with many recreational activities available in the area: wine tasting, helicopter rides, horseback riding at Ramona Grasslands Preserve, camping at Dos Picos County Park, and for the hiking enthusiast nearby trails include: Mt. Woodson, Cedar Creek Falls, Iron Mountain, and many more in the surrounding areas. For the animal fanatic, the San Diego Zoo Safari Park in the beautiful San Pasqual Valley is just a short 18 minute drive from downtown Ramona! For those seeking an adrenaline rush, just under an hour’s drive to Zip Zoom Ziplines, which is believed to be California’s longest zip line! There are many recreational activities available in the area, many quality golf courses, and several casinos are just miles away. The San Vicente Golf Course and Resort and Riviera Wellness Spa are both just a 5 minute drive away. Miles of hiking, biking and equestrian trails are located throughout the area. In addition, art galleries, shopping, casual and fine dining, and a variety of other opportunities for each family member can be easily accessed. This rural yet central location lends itself to privacy and country ambiance while still being near many of San Diego County’s resources and opportunities.