Todd Renfrew of California Outdoor Properties Sells Morro Bay Ranch for $7 Million

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California Outdoor Properties is pleased to announce Todd Renfrew, representing the seller, has successful closed the Morro Bay Ranch for $7,000,000.

RANCH: The ocean air cools and moistens the land here, an area famous for its rich soils and prolific farms. | Photo Courtesy of Todd Renfrew

A Rare Find! The Morro Bay Ranch encompasses just over 2,298 acres and lies just a few miles from the sea’s edge with views of Morro Rock and the blue water bay. The ocean air cools and moistens the land here, an area famous for its rich soils and prolific farms. There are over 60 acres of Class II soils, beautiful rolling grass-covered hills, several highly productive, developed springs, creeks and small reservoirs.

BEAUTIFUL: The property offers a headquarters with a caretaker home, domestic well, two barns, corrals and squeeze chute. | Photo Courtesy of Todd Renfrew

Currently, the ranch runs 100-200 pair year-round and includes a Forest Service permit for additional cattle grazing. The property offers a headquarters with a caretaker home, domestic well, two barns, corrals and squeeze chute. The views alone on this ranch are truly unbelievable. In the Williamson Act.

For more information, please contact Todd Renfrew at (707) 455-4444 or [email protected].

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