The Wild Iris Retreat, site of the historic Tumbling McD guest ranch, offers a legacy of rustic luxury and natural beauty. This exquisite 300+/- acre compound comes with a notable history and features 3 private residences, a resort-like pool and spa, plus 10 acres of premium Pinot Noir vineyards, old growth redwoods, curated gardens, hiking trails and one mile of Rancheria Creek frontage. Rarely does a property of this caliber come to market.
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- Entry Gate
- Open Beam Ceiling
- Dining Room
- Family Room
- Living Room
- Central Air
- Deck Attached
- Open Beam
2 Car, Detached, Guest Accommodations
River, Spring(s), Storage Tanks, Well Private
- Out Building(s)
- Covered Patio(s)
- Landscaped- Front
- Landscaped- Misc.
- Landscaped- Rear
- River Front
- Concrete Perimeter
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Mendocino [Photo by: David McSpadden, flickr]
[Photo by: H. Lisbeth, Panoramio]
Mendocino Coast [Photo by: Sharon Mollerus, flickr]
Mendocino Village [Photo by: Jinx, McCombs, flickr]
More About Mendocino County
Mendocino County is located on the northern coast of California, north of the greater San Francisco Bay Area and west of the Central Valley. As of the 2010 census, the population was 87,841, up from 86,265 at the 2000 census. The county seat is Ukiah.
Mendocino County is noted for its distinctive Pacific Ocean coastline, Redwood forests, wine production, and microbrews.
The notable historic and recreational attraction of the "Skunk Train" connects Fort Bragg with Willits in Mendocino County via a steam-locomotive engine, along with other vehicles.