First Time on the Market

Rancho Cielo

Los Olivos, CA 93441

First Time on the Market! $3,900,000

2 Beds
1 Bath
1,600 sq ft
Lot 80 acres
Rancho Cielo, Los Olivos, CA 93441

The Mountains are Calling . . .

The Mountains Are Calling...And this is your opportunity to own a piece of the past.

Welcome to the Historical RANCHO CIELO featuring forever views of the Santa Ynez Valley Wine Country to the Gaviota Coast and so much more. First time on the market, this one-of-a-kind property embraces a stunning combination of natural beauty, recreational opportunities, and

endless possibilities. Located near the top of Figueroa Mountain, this remarkable 80 Acre Ranch offers not only a serene and private retreat but also a unique investment property.

Rancho Cielo began its humble journey as a homestead, eventually becoming a working cattle ranch, then an operational campground with cabins. Today, the Ranch’s campground offers a unique investment opportunity to put your creativity to work and build that great outdoor adventure and experience. Imagine evenings spent under a star-studded sky, gathered around a crackling campfire, and sharing stories with loved ones. With (36) designated camping spot areas, fire pits, and (7) appointed RV hookups, this campground is surrounded amongst tall pine and majestic oak trees primed for you to create unforgettable memories.

Adding to the opportunities, the Ranch has (7) other cabins on long-term leases. Dating back to the 1960’s, the cabins were constructed with recreation in mind. Strategically placed around the Ranch, each cabin site has panoramic views, privacy, water, septic, internet, clean mountain air to

inhale and all four seasons to enjoy.

The main Ranch Cabin features (2) Bedrooms and (1) Bath. As you enter the front door, the covered porch invites you into a warm ranch feel with unparalleled mountain views, the breathtaking landscape of the Santa Ynez Valley, and the Pacific Ocean! There is a wood burning stove, recreation room, indoor laundry and plenty of room for extra freezer & refrigerator space – the closest store is 13 miles away. Step into the Open Floor plan and enjoy ranch living at its finest. Pinewood throughout, redwood slab kitchen island, custom hat racks, original wood doors with iron brands, wood burning stove, split HVAC System, and ceiling fans. Yes, there is internet!

Other features of the property: There is a well with (2) 10,000 Gallon Tanks and water tower workshop with new electrical panel, and a natural spring

feeding a pond, numerous hiking and horseback riding trails, birdwatching, and an abundance of wildlife to immerse yourself in the beauty of nature.

Hiked all the trails on your own 80 acres? Lucky for you this property is located next to the Los Padres National Forest, the fourth largest forest in the State of California. Pick your next outdoor adventure next door...Figueroa Mountain is truly the GEM of the Santa Ynez Valley. Visitors come to enjoy the scenic beauty, experience the wildflowers bloom, paint

their canvases, hike, bike, picnic, relish the sunsets, and play in the snow.

Beyond the endless recreational opportunities, 9000 Figueroa Mountain Rd also holds potential for income generation. The demand for outdoor experiences and unique accommodations has never been higher, making this property an excellent investment opportunity.

Don’t miss your chance to own this remarkable Ranch property. Whether you are seeking a personal sanctuary, an income-generating investment, or both, it’s all waiting for you here at Rancho Cielo.



2 Bedroom Main Cabin
1 Bath Main Cabin
80 Acres
Private Well
Natural Spring
2 10K Gallon Water Tanks
Spring Fed Pond
7 Additional Leased Cabins
Private Campground
Borders the National Forest
First Time On the Market
Valley and Mountain Views
Views of the Ocean
Abundant Wildlife
Seclusion and Privacy
Great Internet
Hiking Trails
Investment Opportunity

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9000 Figueroa Mountain Tour
9000 Figueroa Mountain Road Video

Los Padres National Forest

Encompassing almost two million acres, Los Padres National Forest spans some of the most ruggedly beautiful landscapes to be found anywhere in California. Los Padres includes most of the mountainous land along the California coast from Ventura to Monterey, extending inland. Elevations range from sea level to 8,847 feet (2,697 m).[1]  Los Padres National forest ranks fourth largest out of 20 National Forests in the State of California.

The Los Padres National Forest has hiking, camping and hunting, views in nearly every direction and an amazing range of wildlife.  Many species of birds, fish and mammals call this massive forest home.

For more information click here: Los Padres Forest Information

[1]"Mount Pinos". NGS Data Sheet. National Geodetic Survey, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, United States Department of Commerce. Retrieved June 29, 2009.

Los Olivos

The small town of Los Olivos began its journey in the 1860s as a stage coach stop. Starting in San Francisco, heading to Los Angeles, the journey was long and rough, the stage coach stop was a welcome sight.

Around 1885, a young New Yorker by the name of Alden March Boyd purchased 157 acres of farmland on a bluff overlooking Alamo Pintado Creek. He constructed a two-story farm house and planted over 5,000 olive trees. He named his new ranch 'Rancho de los Olivos'. Two years later, the narrow gauge railway between Los Alamos and the new small town was finished.  The growing stage coach and now narrow gauge railway stop was eventually named Los Olivos, after Boyd's nearby ranch. 

Nearly 150 years later, although the railway line is gone, Los Olivos still retains the charm and appearance of those bygone eras.  Many of the buildings are still there, although expanded and updated, now they house wine tasting rooms, specialty shops and upscale restaurants.  Still home to less than 2000 inhabitants, it has kept its small town charm and quaint atmosphere. In recent years, Los Olivos has become a must-see destination, surrounded by green rolling hills, wineries and farmland as well as its nearly perfect weather it is now known as a wedding and vacation destination.  Throngs of visitors can be seen relaxing and wine tasting on any given day on one of its two main streets.  Despite its growing reputation and many visitors year round, a streetlight is still nary to be seen.   This little piece of Santa Barbara County history is a gem not to be missed.

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