271 Lomas Cantadas
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One of a kind Equestrian property
One of a Kind Equestrian/View Property
Showcasing magnificent views of Mt Diablo, Tilden Regional Park and the East Bay, the former Grizzly Peak Stables is a well known equestrian property in Orinda. Located at the top of Lomas Cantadas, this 17+/- acre property features 31 horse stalls and an indoor/outdoor full size dressage court. There are single and double stalls and a pasture with covered feeding area. Located on the premises, is a small rustic apartment with hillside views. The vast grounds are beautiful. This is a great opportunity to acquire a one of a kind rural property in a near urban area and build a palatial estate, particularly for a horse enthusiast who wants to revive GPS or stable their own horses.
Since 1947, Grizzly Peak stables has been a staple in San Francisco Bay Area and East bay equestrian community. For years, Grizzly Peak Stables was known as the place to learn to saddle, groom, ride and care for horses and offered training, boarding, riding lessons and horse camps. The property is located in the desirable Orinda school district near Wagner Ranch Elementary, Orinda Intermediate, and Miramonte high School. Only a half an hour from San Francisco, and adjacent to Berkeley and Oakland, this property has so many possibilities. The Grizzly Peak stables provides an extremely rare opportunity to acquire a unique property with a remarkable history.
Showings by Appointment:
Contact Jenny Wang
Golden Gate Sotheby's International Realty
Great schools, weather, and access to San Francisco thanks to the Bay Area Rapid Transit (BART), as well as semirural country living makes Orinda a desirable place to live in the Bay Area. Large lots house lovely Spanish-, Mediterranean-, and contemporary-styled homes. Orinda's open spaces attract road and mountain bikers and hikers along the extensive network of trails. The proximity to Tilden Regional Park, San Pablo Reservoir, Briones Regional Park, and the Lafayette Reservoir offer plenty of options for nature lovers. Orinda's small-scale shopping district is home enticing boutiques and entertainment venues. Orinda Books in Village Square offers a reading series featuring local poets and literary notables. At the center of Orinda nightlife is the revitalized Orinda Theatre Square, anchored by the renovated, Art Deco-styled Orinda Theater. The theater is home to the California Independent Film Festival, hosts independent films and conversations with actors and actresses, and presents comedy nights and live theater performances. The California Shakespeare Theater, located in Bruns Amphitheater, presents live shows in a gorgeous outdoor setting.