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$4,000,000 Price Reduction! 200 Acre Adelaida Ranch with nearly 11 Acres ofÂ Approved Cannabis Grow. Location is everything for successful outdoor cannabis cultivation which is dependent on a Mediterranean climate to promote volume and quality. Located in the heart of Adelaida, an historic area revered by cannabis and wine aficionados, this two-parcel property affectionately known as The Rocking Chair Ranch is a prized jewel situated in the rolling oak covered hills and Mediterranean climate of San Luis Obispo County.
Like vines, cannabis grows well on flat land, but the gradient, altitude and sun exposure found on the Rocking Chair Ranch promote high quality flowers with higher terpene and cannabinoid content, the chemical compounds responsible for aroma and pharmaceutical effect. The Adelaida District sees an average of 25 inches of rainfall annually that comes late in the year allowing long season cannabis cultivars/chemovars, like OG Kush, time to fully mature and express their genetic potential.
The county approved locations for operations are not visible from the county maintained road, but tucked behind a couple of the propertyâ€™s oak-topped hills. Just past the entrance of the ranch, breathtaking views of the nearby Santa Lucia Mountain range appear at first and then the vast cannabis cultivation fields. The fields are equipped with irrigation lines and Mazzei fertilizer injectors supported by two wells, eight 5,000 gallon and two 2,500 gallon water storage tanks.
Two homes are located on the ranch, one on each parcel, as well as two shops, a pole barn and two wells. One home features 3 bedrooms, 2 baths and is approximately 2,088 sf with a lovely backyard setting. The second home is a manufactured home offering 3 bedrooms plus office, 2 baths and is approximately 1,620 sq ft. Both homes were updated in 2018. Approximately 60 acres of the property can be planted with other crops with the balance of the property being an outdoorspersonâ€™s paradise.
The ranch has much of the needed infrastructure, i.e. roads, water, tanks and power in place to accommodate the future growing operations. Conditions of Approval for each Minor Use Permit authorize 3 acres of outdoor and 1/2 acre of indoor cannabis cultivation for each of the two sites, as well as indoor ancillary nursery, ancillary transport, and associated supportive development and uses.