Panther Rock Ranch is a pristine 160 acre foothold in the coveted Old Yorkville Ranch – less than 2 hours from downtown San Francisco yet a world away. The ranch consists of wooded hill top vistas with views reaching out to the Anderson Valley as well as open mountain meadows surrounded by mature hardwood stands. There are several springs and seasonal creeks throughout the property along with a developed spring feeding into a suggested building site. The centerpiece of the ranch is Panther Rock – a dramatic rock outcropping with a storied past – the kind of place where folklore is born. There is a road network in place with a rudimentary trail system scattered throughout the ranch. Panther Rock teems with blacktail deer, wild hog, turkey, blue grouse, bobcat, valley and mountain quail, migratory bandtail pigeon and dove and, yes, the occasional panther and black bear. The ranch is also a mushroom picker’s utopia. The ranch has historically been used as sheep range and as a hunting retreat. The ranch sits within the Yorkville Highland Vineyard Appellation.
Dramatic Mountain Views over the Anderson Valley
Building Site with gravity fed spring water
Varied topography consisting of fir and hardwood forests to open mountain meadows to the dramatic Panther Rock
Springs and seasonal creeks throughout
Roads and trails
Wildlife Mecca renown locally as one of the best hunting parcels in the Old Yorkville Ranch