Located in its own mountain valley at the foot of the Palomar mountains is this very gentle 62.96-acre meadow, offering many opportunities. Zoned A-70 and county animal designator “L” invites a regal horse ranching operation and vineyard. At one time the meadow was an old landing strip for the once giant Rancho Cuca. Surrounded by small 5+ acre ranchettes with power and telephone service available. The area is serviced by well water. There is a rumor that an old farm AG well is located along the westerly edge of the property. This large parcel is halfway between Pauma Valley with its many casinos, groves and nurseries and Julian, a popular small mountain hamlet to the south. Julian is known for its gold mines and delicious apple pies! Elevation is around 3000 feet with approximately 300+ feet of frontage on HWY 76. Access is via Rancho Cuca Circle Rd. from both the north and south sides.
Total population of , which has changed by % since 1990.
The median age of the population is , while the median
age of dwellings is .
Out of households, are families.