A mountain from a list has just hit the market in Ojai, where a 3,600-acre estate known as Black Mountain Ranch is up for grabs at $ 100 million.
This is the largest and most expensive property in Ventura County currently on the one-mile market, and one of the largest in all of Southern California. The seller is businessman Richard Gilleland, who formed the award-winning property by combining 63 plots.
The working cattle and horse ranch combines rolling hills, grassy pastures and 12 distinct structures, including a main house that spans over 13,000 square feet. Built in 2004, this lodge-style space combines wood, stone and glass with rustic rooms with views of the surrounding mountains.
The living room.
The sun room.
The main house.
Aerial view of the house.
The hot tub.
The tennis court.
The automobile gallery.
The shooting range.
The 3600 acre estate.
Aerial view of the estate.
The front door.
A handful of other homes dot the scenic grounds, including a 2,000-square-foot gatehouse with a porch, and an 1,800-square-foot guesthouse. Amenities are packed into the 6,200 square foot carriage house with a gym, office, and wine cellar.
For storage there is a hay barn, horse barn, equipment barn, equipment garage and shed which combine for over 20,000 square feet of space. The auto gallery alone covers 7,200 square feet.
Over 35 miles of trails wind through the park, stopping at a shooting range, stone patio, hot tub, canteen, tennis court, and lake with a fishing dock.
Jordan Cohen of RE / MAX One owns the list.