The magnificent oceanfront “Royal Rancho” of Santa Barbara is for sale for the first time in over 30 years. One of the largest remaining ranches along the spectacular Gaviota Coast, Dos Pueblos Ranch stretches from the Santa Ynez mountains down to a sandy beach on the Pacific Ocean. Along the way, Dos Pueblos Creek winds down through majestic oaks and open meadows to the shore where Native Americans first spotted Spanish ships in 1542.
Throughout the development of California and in particular, the central coast, Rancho Dos Pueblos has had a rich and colorful history.
In its present configuration Dos Pueblos Ranch consists of 2,190 acres including a lovely private sandy beach compound, abundant agriculture with numerous native and specimen plantings, trees, and orchards, over 13 homes and residences including the 5 bedroom, 7 bath “Casa Grande”, garages, barns, support structures and much, much more.
The Dos Pueblos Ranch offers so much more that can be described on this website. The pictures, maps and slideshows available on the left of this screen give a good idea of the vast features, both natural and man-made, that one can experience on this majestic piece of California. However, one can only truly experience Rancho Dos Pueblos by visiting it personally. Those with the resources and the vision to write the next chapter in the history of the Royal Rancho are invited to entertain this “priceless” offering, more akin to rare art than typical real estate.
Also available is partial “Northern Offering” of 2,000 acres for $18,000,000.