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The Sea Ranch

  • 0494dr
    The Sea Ranch is a carefully thought out community of approximately 5000 acres. Located on the Northern Sonoma County coastline , it is internationally know and is the realization of a philosophy intergrating a community with the California coastal environment. Award-winning homes with natural wood exteriors blend with the land and the native plant landscaping. Amenities included beaches, swimming pools, tennis courts, a world class golf course, security patrol, an equstrian facility and a private airstrip. Enjoy these views of The Sea Ranch and it's breathtaking vistas! Located just 2 1/2 hours north of the San Francisco Bay Area, the Sea Ranch makes a wonderful weekend retreat or a place to live your life!

Gualala

  • Gulalach
    The "village" of Gualala was once a thriving mill town and is now a vibrant commerical center with accommodations, resturants, galleries and quaint shops. Gualala os located on the Southern Mendocino Coast, an expanse of rugged coastline, where majestic redwoods, sunny open hillsides and dramatic ocean vistas enliven the senses.

Irish Beach

  • Plenty of room to park
    Irish Beach is a charming coastal community which is just a few miles North of Mancehster. The community has about 250 home sites. Over the past 30 years about 60% of the sites have had custom homes built but there are still some lots available. The community has private beach access to a 6 mile long sandy beach.

Point Arena

  • Decsunset
    Point Arena was a bustling lumber and whaling port. Punta Arena, which means "sand port" in Spanish was one of the most active ports on the Mendocino Coast. 1879 records show that 2,300 tons of merchandise were shipped from the wharf. The town looks much the way it did in the early 1900's. Scenic farmland surrounds the city today, a large dairy is just to the North and cows and sheep are seen grazing as one travels along Highway One.

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