Hard to find Tahoe area high mountain meadow gem located at the head of The Little Truckee River and across the road from Webber Lake. The secluded, pristine ranch has 157 unspoiled acres, is dotted with wild flowers in the summers, and makes for a winter wonderland during the colder months. Adjacent to USFS, lakes, and fishing. This property is one in a million. This type of property is getting scarcer by the minute and the conservancy groups have bought up nearly all of the land in The Little Truckee River Basin. The property has large luxurious high mountain meadows with panoramic views. It is half meadow with fingers of timber and lush timbered hillsides. There is a spring-fed year around creek that flows through the middle of the property that is loaded with native trout. There is a beautiful building site overlooking the meadow on a hill with Quaking Aspen and Pines. Previous owner put in a brand new well, septic tank, and an upgraded road. Paved road frontage gives the ranch easy accessibility. Just a short 30 minute drive south takes you to the historic town of Truckee, California. One of the areas greatest draws is the abundance of activities available for the outdoor enthusiasts. In the summer, you can enjoy fishing, camping, rock climbing, and water sports. There is also horseback riding, tennis, golf, and mountain biking. Winter brings snow and lots of it. Near Truckee are a number of first class ski resorts including famed Squaw Valley, site of the 1960 Winter Olympic Games. Many facilities also include sledding, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, and snowboarding. From Coppins Meadows, it’s a short trip to Reno, Nevada where casinos provide gaming and a wide variety of entertainment in and around Lake Tahoe, famous for its spectacular scenery, beaches, and activities. Other nearby areas of interest includes Donner Lake and the rugged peaks of the Sierra Nevada. The lake is not only rich in history and site of a state historic park, but provides a number of recreational activities based at West End Beach. The High Sierra has been designated one of California’s 12 uniquely varied regions with elevation ranging from 5,900 to 9,000 feet. The Coppins Meadow Ranch has been surveyed, the corners marked and the property is partially fenced. It has a compact gravel drive, well with pump, septic system, a cleared building pad, permits for a home, caretaker’s apt, and in-law quarters and is just waiting for you to build your dream vacation home.