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Sponsored: Multiple-home development offers once-in-a-lifetime opportunity

Ralph

Sept. 28, 2020

Unparalleled in its natural beauty and scope, this gorgeous land is poised for immediate construction and lot sales.
Embrace this opportunity for a once-in-a-lifetime luxury land development opportunity. More than 20 years in the making that began with a purchase
of the land about 60 years ago, it offers an extraordinary and rare prospect for a developer or homebuilder. Or celebrate the chance to create the ultimate family compound, a private treat to continue the legacy of this property owned and maintained by one family.
Located just off Uvas Road, opposite the Uvas Reservoir and along Eastman Creek, Rancho Johanna, a gated community, features 352 acres with 16 buildable lots in addition to a 51-acre common ownership park preserve. The lots range from 10 to more than 23 acres, with an average lot of about 18 acres.
Consider adding a connector trail to link the individual homesites with the park and offer lakeside and streamside picnic grounds, hiking and equestrian trails, and breathtaking vista sites with unobstructed views of the Santa Cruz Mountains and Uvas Valley.
Envision exclusive, distinguished estates on properties showcasing gorgeous hillside views and ultimate privacy without compromising convenient access to the energy of Silicon Valley. Within a 40-minute drive to the doors of Apple, Intel, Google, Cisco, the 49ers’ Levi Stadium, and the San Jose International Airport, the property is also less than an hour from the Monterey Peninsula and Santa Cruz.
All the required mitigations are already in place, and the permits are current, including a recorded tract map, grading and construction permit, and permits from the Army Corps, the Regional Water Quality Control Board, the California Department of Fish and Wildlife in addition to a Construction Surety Bond secured by Deed of Trust. Mitigations include all in-channel stream crossings, mitigations for wildlife. There are also five completed wells on the site.
The property was originally purchased when Uvas Dam was constructed around 1956. Hollywood descended on the property in 1970 when it was discovered and used for the motorcycle racing scenes in the movie “Little Fauss and Big Halsy, starring Robert Redford and Lauren Hutton. Since then, it has remained untouched but for the mitigation and permit requirements.
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