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Down a private dirt road in the charming hamlet of Nicasio, 22 sunny private acres await to create your golden hillside dreams. This property has beed loved and enjoyed by the same family for over 45 years. From the tree covered seasonal creek to the 2.5 acres of level land to the year-round spring, this lot will check all the boxes. As you enter through the private gates, you are greeted with a row of newly planted birch trees along the professionally graded drive. Just beyond the birch, almost 2 acres of level land create the perfect building location. As you tuck into the shaded trees, you will find a custom bridge over the seasonal creek, accessing three structures, two fire pit/seating areas, and stairs up the golden hillside with stunning views across the valley and access to the spring. This property has seen many upgrades, including two large water tanks both gravity fed from the spring box, drainage systems around the fire pits/seating areas, a drip system for the newly planted birch trees, and preliminary plans for a 4-bedroom septic system. Enjoy this private county oasis just down the road from Rancho Nicasio, where you can enjoy food, drinks and live entertainment.
Nicasio, known as the "town that time forgot" is a beautiful pastoral town just beyond Lucas Valley in San Rafael. With a small town feel and tight-knit community, Nicasio is the perfect town to get peace and quiet yet be in close proximity to the City.
Major landmarks include the Nicasio Reservoir, Ballfield in town center, Druid's Hall, St Mary's Church and Rancho Nicasio, the local pub and restaurant with live music weekly.
“The wide-open, picture-perfect spaces of West Marin include the coastal communities of Stinson Beach and Bolinas; the dairy farms of Olema, Point Reyes Station, Tomales, and Nicasio; and the forest glens of Lagunitas, San Geronimo, and Woodacre.
Uniting all West Marin communities is a love for the land. That’s not going to change soon, thanks to the efforts of Marin Agricultural Land Trust, an organization dedicated to preserving farmland through voluntary conservation easements.
Outdoor recreation ranges from surfing at Bolinas and Stinson Beach to mountain biking on Mount Tamalpais and the annual Dipsea foot race to Stinson Beach. West Marin is an area of unrivaled natural beauty, one that can lay claim to the Golden Gate National Recreation Area, Muir Beach State Bark, Stinson Beach State Park, Muir Woods National Monument, and Point Reyes National Seashore.
Of course it’s not all about the outdoors in West Marin. Devotees of inner peace turn to the Green Gulch Farm, Zen Center in Muir Beach and Spirit Rock Meditation Center in Woodacre. And for those who need to feed the belly as well as the soul, Point Reyes Station has become a destination for the locavore movement. The town is home to Marin Sun Farms, purveyor of ethically raised and butchered meat, and Cowgirl Creamery, which makes its award-winning cheeses using organic milk from nearby Straus Family Creamery.