Stunning 25.36 acre view property located in the serene, gated High Meadow Ranch community of Julian. Breathtaking ocean sunsets are appreciable from one of two potential home sites.  Accessed from Boulder Creek Road, this highly desirable area offers privacy and incredible views of the surrounding countryside as well as spectacular nighttime skies!  Astronomy enthusiasts will appreciate the slide-roof observatory and ideal location for star gazing.  This off-grid location offers a well with 10 thousand gallon holding tank, two potential home sites and 360 degree views. Magnificent native rock outcroppings and native vegetation including Coulter Pines, Black Oaks, Cedar, Manzanita and Buckwheat make for a scenic and fragrant setting. Take in the serenity from the wood fired, cedar hot tub!  Easy, graded road access leads to this wonderful locale.  Bring your vision and telescope and make this your mountain getaway or full time residence!

Area Information: Agriculture and tourism are the dominant economic activities in the Julian area. Horse and cattle ranches are the backdrop for the landscape of light residential development. Gaming and recreational activities are important financial contributors, signaling the transition from agriculture into a more varied and stable economic base in the immediate area. There are many fine restaurants and lodging accommodations in the surrounding area of this centrally, yet privately located property.

Recreation & Lifestyle: There are many recreational activities available in the area: the California Riding and Hiking Trail and the Pacific Crest Trail for riding, golfing at Warner’s Ranch – which is presently undergoing a 50 million dollar renovation, and Borrego Springs, hunting and fishing, dining, wine tasting along the nearby San Diego-Temecula wine country corridor, and a variety of other opportunities for each family member. The newly opened Santa Ysabel Open Space Preserve offers excellent riding trails connecting the Santa Ysabel, Wynola, and Julian communities. The famous Hale Observatory on Palomar Mountain is less than 30 minutes away.