Sargent Ranch North

Location: Santa Clara County, California

Price: Asking $18 Million

Executive Summary
The historic Sargent Ranch dates back to 1835 and is located just 40 miles south of worldfamous Silicon Valley. The northern portion of the property that is being offered consists of 2,200 acres of beautiful undeveloped ranchland.

This quintessential California landscape with its rolling hills, creeks, and numerous fresh water springs is a rich wildlife habitat and a wonderful place to locate a corporate retreat, home, and/or conservation preserve.

The ranch is set on the south slope of the Santa Cruz Mountains where year-round Pescadero Creek flows on the property’s western border. To the north of the ranch is a nearly 10,000-acre private ranch holding. To the west are thousands of additional acres of private and land-trust protected ranches and forestlands. Together with Sargent Ranch North, these properties provide a priceless wildlife corridor for the region.

Elevation on the property which includes oak-studded meadows, draws, hills, creeks and springs ranges from 200 to 1,000 feet.

The ranch is contained completely within southern Santa Clara County where it borders Santa Cruz County. It is accessed from Old Monterey Road, which is adjacent to Highway 101. The owner is entitling a sand and gravel quarry on approximately 317 acres of the remaining 3,000+ acres on the southern portion of the Ranch. The state-of-the-art quarry, which would be permitted and monitored by the Bay Area Air Quality Management District, is mostly separated from the northern ranch by several hills. In addition, an analysis has been conducted that determined that no significant environmental or health effects would be caused by the potential residual dust emissions that may be generated during project operations. More details are available on the quarry website:

NOTICE: Offering is subject to errors, omissions, prior sale, change orwithdrawal without notice, and approval of purchase by owner. Information regarding land classifications,potential profits, etc., are intended only as general guidelines and have beenprovided by sources deemed reliable, but whose accuracy we cannot guarantee.