Bar Go Ranch – A Legacy in California Ranching

Descending from two of the oldest Spanish ranch domains in the rolling hills of the Santa Ynez Valley, the Bar Go Ranch embodies the quintessential substance of the California ranch experience. Consisting of approximately 3,250 acres of prime grazing land and vineyard terroir clustered below the San Rafael Mountains and Los Padres National Forest, it exemplifies natural regional transitions ranging between wide green valleys, high rolling vistas and hillsides accentuated by stands of live oak, sycamore and pine trees.

Beautiful unique landscapes and seasonal creeks offer incredible potential for a limitless equestrian lifestyle with the opportunity to build multiple residences within the ranch with an eye towards a generational preserve. The Bar Go Ranch has 18 certificates of compliance each in the Williamson Act.

The residential improvements built in 2001 include a handsome 7,000 sq. ft. home with massive beamed ceilings and rich walnut and Georgia pine floors. It offers a spacious kitchen with cellar, six bedrooms, seven bathrooms and large scale entertaining areas. Amenities include a large black bottom pool, charming bath house, expansive outdoor patios with dramatic views, tennis court and children’s play area. The headquarter’s improvements include over 11,000 sq. ft. of nostalgic barns and equestrian facilities, large arena with viewing stand, lovely guest house or employee dwelling and office plus a beautiful manager’s residence. The ranch water is provided by multiple wells.

All of this and only ten minutes from world class restaurants, galleries and wine tasting and 30 minutes north of Santa Barbara.

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Co-Listed with Patty Murphy at Sothebys International Realty
Please visit Patty’s website for additional Bar Go Ranch information.

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Suzanne Perkins
Cell: (805) 895-2138
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Kalai Kennedy
Showings & Assistance
Office: (805) 265-0787
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