The historic Galletti Ranch was founded in 1917 by Charles Galletti, a Swiss dairyman, and operated as a dairy for 69 years. Today, the ranch is used for cattle grazing as it awaits its new owner.
With 200 +/ – acres of class 2 and 3 soil, along with great water and a large year-round pond, the productive capacity of this property is significant. Rich pastureland can be used for livestock or diverse crop cultivation.
The ranch has four older homes as well as numerous shops, barns, and other outbuildings. The property lends itself equally to a rustic family compound, recreational retreat, or working ranch.
Best of all, the property includes 1⁄2 mile of private California coastline.
At Galletti Ranch, you can experience a stream-side setting among young redwoods and alders, a private black sand beach with incredible abalone diving and rock fishing, long stretches of golden pasture, and endless ocean views. With 1⁄2 mile of private coastline, good soil and historic roots, this is a true California gem.
324 +/- acres, almost all level ground
1/2 mile of private ocean frontage
Class 2/3 soils perfect for grazing or agriculture
4 older homes, numerous outbuildings, shops, and barns
Power through PG&E, 4 existing septic systems
40 acres of timber with the zoning to sustainably harvest it
2 springs, 2 ponds, year-round creek
Williamson Act enrollment makes property taxes very low
Proximate to the coastal towns of Point Arena, Manchester, and Elk
3 hours driving from the Bay Area
Endless recreational possibilities: Hunting, rock fishing, abalone diving, whale watching….