Privacy, trees, and only the sound of the breeze in the trees and the birds. It's rare to have a solid house and still be off-the-grid. 2 bedrooms/1 bathroom, approximately 1200 SF. Large, open living area and kitchen. Although the house is currently not connected to the electrical grid or the generator, the house was designed and constructed ready for electricity in about 1973. Spacious living area, with the cathedral, open beam ceiling, floor-to-ceiling glass, and covered porch. The kitchen area is useable, but not completely functional. Propane runs the wall furnace, and on-demand hot water heater. Previously there was a propane refrigerator. The well pump is a part of the sophisticated system in an insulated shed with solar panel battery starter, automatic ventilation system, propane generator (Kohler 8.5 Res), 3000-gallon storage tank, and 3-stage water filter system. 10 acres +/- of trees, privacy, and distant views of the marine layer through the forest. Roseman Creek runs along the westerly edge of this property. Approximately 7 miles to the town of Gualala. Family-owned and loved for over 50 years, this is a heritage property that is only available once in a generation.
The scores below measure the walkability of the address, access to public transit of the area and the convenience of using a bike on a scale of 1-100
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