serene, inspirational - A place called Moccasin Ranch. Forty-one extraordinarily
unique parcels of land in the Sierra Foothills, just two and a half hours
away from the San Francisco Peninsula.
A Place filled with the sights, sounds and grandeur of nature. From its historic Indian Grinding Stones to its spectacular vistas, Moccasin Ranch enlightens the spirit.
A Place where families can explore, exchange ideas and share experiences. Parents, children and grandchildren will never run out of things to learn, talk about, do and see at Moccasin Ranch.
Virtually every parcel in Moccasin Ranch is uniquely blessed with natural wonders and spectacular views. This Gated 1520-acre natural retreat was carefully and thoughtfully divided into estate parcels of approximately 37 acres each. These parcels allow each individual owner the privacy to enjoy and share in the spectacular natural beauty and serenity of Moccasin Ranch while also providing ample building sites on the parcel. Moccasin Ranch is Zoned AE which means that not only could you build your dream home, you could also build a guest house or caretakers residence on your parcel.
The California Gold Rush of 1849 produced ore so rich with gold that it was referred to as The Mother Lode. Although the 49ers did their jobs well, riches still exist at Moccasin Ranch.
Natural springs create ponds and streams that bring life to wildflowers in the meadows and quench the thirst of the deer, squirrels, doves and quail. The smell of fresh mountain air, the wind rustling through the trees, the sound of a waterfall and bubbling streams, rejuvenates the soul.
The views and vistas from Yosemite to Lake Don Pedro and beyond are awe-inspiring. Elevation of the sites range from 1,200 above sea level to 2,850 ft. and an occasional dusting of snow brings winter season to mind. This magical white powder quickly disappears without a trace. Moccasin Ranch: Oak studded meadows, wildflowers, quartz and granite rock outcroppings, squirrels, deer, ringtail cats, cottontails, raccoons, fox, warblers, hawks, and wild turkeys revel in its beauty! This is the Mother Lode.
A place called Moccasin Ranch, where for you, the Mother Lode exists today.