520 +/- ACRES with Cabin in Lockwood – Next to BLM

63123 Lockwood San Lucas Road, Lockwood, CA 93932

$748,800

Type : buy

This is an amazing recreational/hunting ranch in southern Monterey County

  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 1
  • Car Garage: 1

 

APPROXIMATELY 520 ACRES with Cabin – next to BLM

63123 Lockwood San Lucas Road, Lockwood CA 93932


Listed at $748,800

MLS Listing No. 165044

 

This is an amazing recreational/hunting ranch. Oaks, Pines, gorgeous open fields planted to barley, plus top of the world views from the high elevations which create total privacy. Due to the location of the entrance on Lockwood San Lucas Road, the home is completely secluded and hidden away, although it is just very short distance from the paved county maintained road. Once you close that gate behind you the tranquility afforded by this amazing location is immediate.

Situated on a paved county maintained road, west of Hwy. 101 between King City in Southern Monterey County and Paso Robles in Northern San Luis Obispo County. Lockwood San Lucas Road runs North to Hwy 101 to the King City area of Southern Monterey County as well as in a Southerly direction which would take you to Hwy 101 near the San Luis Obispo County line or lakes San Antonio or Nacimiento. There is a general store just down the road in Lockwood. The property is contiguous to thousands of acres of BLM land allowing for unlimited hunting and other recreational activities. The subject property is partially fenced. Wildlife in the area include deer, fox, pigs, raccoon, doves, and mountain lions.

FARMING: Currently there is approximately 50 acres planted in barley.

THE WELL: The well was completed in November of 2002 by Miller Drilling Company. The estimated yield via a blow test is 30 G.P.M. The Well Completion Report is attached. The well is located inside the pump house near the main road, and has a 3 HP submersible pump. The well pumps to a 5000 gallon steel storage tank at the back of the property through a two-inch water line which runs along one of the perimeter roads. Water is stubbed up at the equipment barn, and at three water troughs which are placed along the road for the wildlife. There is an additional 1500-gallon water tank located above the cabin, which gravity flows to the cabin.