Perched atop a gorgeous knoll in the only gated community in San Diego's most treasured mountain town, you will find a jewel of Julian - the Wild Rose ranch house. This quintessential Mountain Ranch home is gorgeously designed for today’s modern homeowner. At 2500 square feet, 3 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms, there is no shortage of space, aesthetics, views and possibilities for you, your family and even your horses. The attention to detail is superb as you walk through this open, airy home. Exquisitely maintained, the turn-key home has everything you’d want from hand-carved pine walls and vaulted, beamed ceilings, maple hardwood floors, a large entertainer’s deck, first floor master bedroom retreat with en-suite bathroom and walk-in closets, a designer’s loft, large laundry room and even a sun-lit craft room. Each space brings together a rich warmth to strike up a conversation or give you an unmistakable sense of peace and comfort. Rest assured, this expertly built home will continue to wow for years to come. Take advantage of the property’s impressive 9 sprawling acres and explore what a four-season life in the majestic Cuyamaca Mountains could be like for you. Not to be outdone, a finished Horse Barn with electricity and water await, along with a paddock and workshop. There’s also riding trails nearby and access to the county park and the Kelly Ditch Trail, laying out the blueprint to the life you may have read about once. The main lot alone with the ranch and barn totals 4.32 acres. The adjacent lot comes with its own well, and a jaw-dropping additional 4.16 acres with even more expansive, breathtaking views for you to enjoy. There’s even a dedicated driveway and flat lot to build a second home, accessory dwelling unit/guest house or additional outbuildings. Opportunities abound in the Wild Rose ranch house, so dream big here. And with just a five-minute drive into downtown Julian, you really can have it all.
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