Private gated 53+ acres with world class views in Rancho Moraga area. Guest house approx. 1100 sq ft. with sport court, horse barn and vineyards. Property has a flat building pad for a 5700+/- square foot custom home. Backs to EBMUD open space and trails, property has 2.5+ acres planted vineyard, in need of TLC. Infra structure and irrigation in place.
A custom Castle Brook 6 stall horse barn in place for the equestrian rider. Barn has hay storage, tack room with a bathroom. Paver titles all stalls have mats, automatic waters, fly system and paddocks off each stall.
This property is in two (2) parcels 49+/- acres and flat 4.35+/- to build your custom home on top of the world.
This property is close to all shopping, located within an excellent school district grades 1-2, with St. Marys College just down the road. Easy access to San Francisco. A must see for the builder, live in the guest home while you built you dream home.
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