Rarely does a property like this come to market… The Wild Iris Retreat, site of the historic Tumbling McD guest ranch, is located in a secluded part of the Anderson Valley famous for its Pinot Noir wines. This exquisite 300+ acre property has several streams of revenue, including vineyards, lumber production, three VRBO dwellings, and has been a popular wedding and corporate retreat venue. This vineyard for sale in Mendocino County features twelve acres of prime Pinot grapes and 30 +/- plantable acres of land overlooking the river in addition to numerous outbuildings throughout the property. And, it’s in an ideal location for cannabis cultivation. It also makes for a perfect family compound tucked away with plenty of sunshine and shaded groves of towering redwoods.
The English-Manor style gardens extend over three acres that include two guest houses, a 90K gallon pool, a beautiful stone spa, and a dance hall. This incredible space has been the scene of some of the Bay Area’s exceptional country weddings and guest stays. Home to a exquisite old growth redwood forest, the property is situated at the confluence of the the Anderson and the Rancheria creeks, which together form the Navarro river. A favorite for kayakers in the spring, the river borders the property for one mile on its southwest side.
This incredible estate awaits the buyer who is searching for a tranquil retreat setting in the majestic redwoods. It is just far enough from the city to experience peace and quiet, and still close to the comforts and modern conveniences of town. The Sonoma county airport is one hour away, and SFO is a short two-hour drive. A small airport is located in the Anderson Valley for private planes.
The pictures and description of this property cannot convey its enchanting quality — it must be seen and experienced to understand its unique beauty, magic and history.
Call or email for a confidential package, including recent financials, on this unique offering:
Mark Stevens, 707 322 2000
Michelle Magnus, 707 239 0031