Ask Ed Perry
Here's your chance to own the historic Guinn Ranch in Tuolumne County. Where days gone by, meet the new era of the tiny home. This beautiful 80+ acre ranch is complete with a tiny home, (named Grace Penny Tiny House), manufactured by Tumbleweed. Just a few features of the Guinn Ranch are spectacular views, a year-round pond, a guest cabin (named Mary's Prayer''), and one of the oldest black walnut orchards in the State of California. The Guinn Ranch borders thousands of acres of Stanislaus National Forest. Peace and tranquility fall upon you as you sit by your outdoor firepit gazing at the stars. The property is off-grid with a good producing well, solar panels, internet, and cell service, which makes this an amazing work-from-home situation. The Guinn Ranch is home to an abundance of wildlife and acres of trails. It is currently running a few heads of cattle. Don't miss out on this unique, amazing, secluded property.