Mt. Bullion Ranch is a dramatic 314 acre ranch at the base of historic Mt Bullion and a part of the Trabucco Preserve, a 535 acre conservancy in partnership with the Sierra Foothill Conservancy. The lower portion is a softly rolling grazing ranch scattered with large single Blue Oak trees and Live Oak woodland groves. Large expanses of open grassland pasture dominate the lowlands and as the ranch climbs up the base of the mountain, large meadows alternate with woodland tracking the seasonal stream corridors. The uplands have distinctive red rock outcropping that provide an interesting hiking destination as well as dramatic views over Bear Valley and the Central Valley in the far distance. The Ranch is a working cattle operation leased to and managed by a local, long time, professional grazing family. Several informal ranch roads provide access to pastures, spring fed pond and upland springs. Seasonal creeks provide water for cattle and wildlife. A trail provides hiking, equestrian and ATV access to upper levels of the ranch located on historic Mt Bullion. The Preserve Master Plan and current zoning allow subdividing of the ranch into three parcels with two being 40 acres and remaining 1/3 over 200 acres. Well and power on property. 12 min. to the historic gold mine town of Mariposa and within an hour of Yosemite National Park. 10 minutes away from Bagby/Merced River Recreational area and 30 minute to Lake McClure. 40 minutes from University of Ca at Merced.