Rancho Latigo was part of an original Spanish land grant which was given to Soldier Don Octavio in the early 1880s. Rancho Latigo’s 13,000+ square foot main residence was built in 2007 and designed by renowned ranch architect David L. Leavengood. The 4,600+ acres are considered an environmental treasure. When visiting the property, one cannot help but feel they have been transported back to California’s rich historical past.
Most unique trait: 1-full day to ride the entire perimeter of this original Spanish grant.
Fun fact: Rancho Latigo is named after the leather straps to which the cinch in secured on a horse saddle.
You will never need to leave your estate to ride 365 days a year.
- 4,600+ acres
- 13,000+ square foot main residence
- 10,000 square foot barn with 11 stalls
- Several grazing paddocks
- Oversized arena – 1 covered, 1 uncovered
- Fieldstone watering pools
- 1 covered arena
- Separate guest house, 3 bed, 2 bath
- Workman’s garage with farm equipment parking bays