This is the time that buyers have been calling about vacant lots for sale in Carmel Valley's Cachagua area. Is it because winter is mostly over and dreams of acreage with views over the wine country and miles of undeveloped land with only a home here and there appeals?
Vacant land in Carmel Valley's Cachagua area is especially interesting to these buyers. Although there is electricity, it's otherwise pretty much off the grid. In many cases, there is septic to be considered and wells have to be drilled.
Access roads are sketchy especially on the 40 acres type of parcels, and many owners put a lot of money into their driveways guarded at the road by beautiful gates and arty signs. Below is one that I saw yesterday.
And once all that has been considered, then come the homes which usually take advantage of the fabulous views over miles of the valley, some of it dotted with well known vineyards. In fact, this inspires many of the new owners to put in a little vineyard of their own!
Horses are also prevalent up in Carmel Valley's Cachagua area. What great fun to go riding around your own property? In fact, there is quite a bit of livestock up in those hills, and some wild animals as well.
Most owners of these properties naturally have greenhouses and barns plus a guest house for visiting family and friends.
All this you can do with a choice piece of vacant land in Carmel Valley's Cachagua area.
Want to have a look yourself? Just call me and we can talk about the various possibilities followed by a visit. It's so easy to fall in love with Carmel Valley.