Posted by: TerraSaver | October 4, 2019

COMBINING ART AND RANCH PROPERTY

Chanslor Wildlife has operated and consulted in the sale of Sonoma County ranches and land where the purpose has been to combine an agricultural purpose with outdoor art displays and trails.  These properties have ranged from 10 acres to 700 acres.  For over 20 years there have been several properties which have served as models for the properties we have been involved with.  At the very highest level is Oliver Ranch Foundation in Geyserville, CA, a 100 acre property featuring 18 permanent installations.  A winery which has combined art with their vineyard operations include Paradise Ridge Winery, Santa Rosa.

This use of a property can be for private or public use with public use usually requiring correct zoning and permits. Some of the properties which we have worked with have had event facilities, overnight accommodations and recreation which provided financial support – or just vacant land with very special features such as ocean views, rock formations, rivers and streams which have added to the experience of an art trail on the property.  If you have an interest in property which may be suitable for art trails, please contact Charlene Schnall, Broker Associate, Healdsburg Sotheby’s International Realty, http://www.SonomaRE.com, (707) 494-5749, CSchnall@gmail.com

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