Incredibly rare opportunity to own a lovely horse property in the charming west Marin village of Point Reyes Station. This stunning parcel is located on the edge of the town and offers 4.3 acres +/- of gently rolling, usable ground. Grassy meadows lead to a luscious view to the west, where the sunsets will soothe your soul. Fruit trees abound on the property and the climate here is considered moderate, without many extremes of heat and cold.
The property offers a home and a guest unit and is all fenced and cross fenced for horses. The main home is in original condition with 3 bedrooms and 2.5 baths in a ranch-style floorplan. The studio is full of whimsical touches and has a super deck from which to enjoy the pastoral views and watch your horses in the pasture. Fluff these up to enjoy with your friends and loved ones or start from scratch and build your own dream home or homes here.
One exceptional aspect of this property is that it is zoned for 3 parcels, so there is a possibility to split the property (buyers to confirm) in which case each parcel could support a home and a second unit plus outbuildings. With access both from the Shoreline Highway and from Viento Way, everyone who enjoys the outdoors will find great activities in this area. From elephant seals to whale watching, hiking or bicycling, there is plenty of park land to allow you to get out and get moving! Horse people especially love Point Reyes as it’s one of the most beautiful and varied areas to ride in the western US. With over 120 miles of trails that take you from forested mountain tops, grassy meadows, coastal scrub and miles of white sand beaches, the Point Reyes National Seashore is the perfect environment to enjoy hiking and horseback riding. People travel from all over to ride here and many choose to settle as it is such a beautiful area.
Lying just about 45 minutes from San Francisco, this is a superb community for second homes and those looking to escape to a quiet haven of country life. The equestrian roots here are memorialized in the names of some fine old Italianate buildings in the town- the Old Creamery Building, the Livery Stable and the Hay Barn. Today, you’ll discover a wonderful community of horse people and businesses that support visiting equestrians as well.