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unrushed, relaxing and friendly atmosphere of a small mountain community that off ers superb accommodations and play plac- es for families, couples and the adventurous. Surrounded by agriculture, wind energy and fresh air, Tehachapi is oſt en referred to as a hidden gem for a healthy get- away. Stroll the quaint downtown area among the many murals to visit the historic railroad depot, museum, shops and galleries. Tehachapi is a destination unique to Southern California.


Glen Lang Century 21 Gold


Inland Empire (951) 295-8030


Horseman and farrier for over


35 years. Experienced realtor that knows a horse person’s lan- guage. Representing buyers and sellers. California Horsetrader Ranch Property Specialist.


Pat i Newton California Equestrian Properties


North San Diego County (760) 415-3450


www.CaliforniaEquestrianProperties.com The Elfi n Forest community


of North San Diego county takes great pride in its cherished rural character. Horses, dogs, cats, goats, llamas, pigs, chickens, coyote, bobcats, and the occa- sional mountain lion all call this beautiful valley home. Many community foundations do the hard work of protecting our life- style, so open space and miles of pristine trails abound. Just seven miles from the coast, the climate is ideal. The Rancho Santa Fe Fire Protection District and Rancho Santa Fe School District provide vital services and greatly enhance property values as does the permanent protection of hundreds of acres of land and year ‘round creeks enjoyed by residents. Come see what make this such a special equestrian enclave! California Horsetrader Ranch Property Specialist.


Carol Shut leworth California Equestrian Properties


No. San Diego/ So. Riverside Counties (760) 522-2267


www.CaliforniaEquestrianProperties.com San Marcos lies in the beau-


tiful foothills of northern San Diego County. A thriving mul- tidisciplinary equestrian com- munity exists in the Twin Oaks Valley. Many opportunities for boarding, training, trail riding, showing, and a variety of horse activities keep this commu- nity busy. Carol Shut leworth founded The Twin Oaks Valley Equestrian Association which strives to give the equestrian community a voice in protect- ing its interests throughout the region. California Horsetrader Ranch Property Specialist.


Victor Siegel Coast to Coast Realty Group


Orange County (949) 351-7712


Rancho Carrillo, established


in 1962, is a special place and Orange County’s best-kept secret,nestled in the Ortega Mountain foothills 15 minutes from downtown San Juan Capistrano.From the private gated drive off the Ortega


REAL ESTATE


Highway, the community is sur- rounded by over 39,000 acres of San Mateo Canyon Wilderness and portions of the Cleveland National Forest. No need to trail- er your horse to trails or parks— you can live in one. Our “valley on the top of the hill” known historically as Verdugo Potrero has historical ties to the fi rst Spanish Land grant dating back to the 1700s.


Karise Smith Realty Network


Orange & Riverside Counties (949) 359-3040 www.ksmith-realestate.com


A 26-Acre Equestrian Ranch


at 38185 Avenida La Cresta is ready to impress the most dis- cerning buyer and horse enthu- siast. This exquisite compound was impeccably planned and designed, while the construction and fi nishes refl ect a paragon of quality craſt smanship. A grand courtyard welcomes you into the fi ve-bedroom, seven-bath main house. Joining a one-bedroom


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SERVING RAMONAaTHE BACK COUNTRY


Gone with the Wind Storybook home on 9+ level, all useable acres in desirable ranch area of Ramona. Custom 5BR/ 3 spacious baths, 2,900 esf built in 1999. Fenced for horses and critters. Dramatic entry to expansive wraparound porch accented w/beautiful roses & bougainvillea. Great Room concept open to dining room, living room & kitchen w/butcher block island. 5 roomy bedrooms, 2 spacious guest bathrooms + grand master suite w/doors accessing porches + yard areas. Owned Solar. Meandering creek, fenced for horses. Some pipe panels MAY convey w/acceptable off er but are personal property. Plenty of room for pool, tennis court, in-law and out-laws. Cleveland National Forest rid- ing trails are a few hoof beats away. Pri- vate well and so much more! $768,800


605 Acres Hwy 76 • Cuca Ranch, Valley Center, CA One of the last remaining LARGE parcels leſt available in San Diego County. 3 separate parcels/ 2 legal parcels. Owner will sell all or part. Unspoiled land - NO protected open space. Part of old Spanish Land Grant. PONDS, SPRINGS, WILD BERRY PATCHES, LOADS OF WILDLIFE, SPECTACULAR PRIVATE PARADISE. Laden w/Oaks, grassy meadows, parklike setting. Numerous building sites from moun- taintops w/ocean views to level meadows. ALL HERE! $2,750,000 - $3,000,000


I know the trails to investment!


Patti Guerrero Broker Associate · CalBRE #01091499 760-789-9603 • c21pattig@aol.comwww.c21pattig.com


909678-1704A


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