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502-Acre Roger Riley Ranch in Pittsburg Listed for Sale

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Roger Riley Ranch, one of the last remaining cattle ranches in Contra Costa County has been listed for sale. The 500-acre cattle ranch is an ode to a time long ago when cattle outnumbered people on the wide-open California East Bay rangelands.

Listing agent Todd Renfrew of California Outdoor Properties said, “You’ll be hard pressed to find a serene ranch property of this magnitude and uniqueness so easily accessible to many cities in California’s East Bay and San Francisco.”

The homestead consists of a 2,037 sq. foot home with an attached two-car garage and private well. Outbuildings include a 2,550 sq. ft. horse barn, 1,008 sq. ft. storage barn with concrete floors, and an additional detached two-car garage.

Seasonal creeks and pond, coupled with a developed natural spring with a gravity-fed holding tank, provide ample year-round supply of one of California’s most precious commodities, water, for grazing livestock and property landscaping. Two undeveloped springs exist on the property as well. There is a cattle lease in place on the property, presenting an additional income-generating opportunity for the new owner.

List price is $6,999,000.

Per the listing:

  • Five minutes to Pittsburg, CA
  • Views of Walnut Creek and the entire East Bay
  • Beautiful and one of the few remaining cattle ranches in Contra Costa County
  • Gated passcode entry
  • 2,037 SF main home with an attached two-car garage
  • Private well
  • Backup generator automatically comes on if power goes out
  • Tankless water heater and Culligan filtration system in home
  • 2,550 SF horse barn
  • 1,008 SF storage barn with concrete floors and 12’ clearance height
  • Detached two-car garage
  • Workshop
  • Seasonal creeks, pond, a developed natural spring, and two undeveloped natural springs
  • Cattle lease on property; income generating opportunity for new owner
  • Cistern feeds the cattle troughs, a 4,000-gallon tank year-round, & provides irrigation for the house
  • Picturesque views of the Delta, Black Diamond Mines Regional Preserve, and Mt. Diablo
  • Outdoor recreation: horseback riding, ATV’ing, biking, hiking, etc
  • Flanked on the west, north, and eastern fronts by the East Bay Parks District
  • Radio tower for the Coast Guard
  • Nice oak trees on the property
  • Easy access to California’s East Bay and San Francisco Bay Area

For more information on the listing, click here.

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4 comments

Werescrewed May 8, 2024 - 4:24 pm

East Bay Parks please purchase the land. WE DONT NEED MORE residents. East county is over populated!

Lizz M May 8, 2024 - 8:23 pm

Please EBRP buy this property, please.

Share the views and landscape with everyone.

Matthew May 8, 2024 - 7:48 pm

If I had 7 million I’d buy it, 20-30 years from now that property will quadruple in value

Enough is enough May 9, 2024 - 1:18 pm

Ugh. I’m terrified to see what might end up there. I sincerely hope someone buys it who will maintain the open space.

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