GROVELAND, California (Sept. 7, 2016) — about ten years ago, Dean Witter III (Kip) and wife Rebekah bought Heart Valley Ranch within the Sierra Nevada Mountains, near both Yosemite Park and Silicon Valley, to provide the household a destination to flee to the lifestyle that is old-western. They’ve enjoyed horse riding, hiking, panning for gold and leaping into the swimming that is natural in Jackass Creek.
The good news is, along with their kids grown and busy in other regions of the nation, the Witters can sell the 365-acre home at auction, with Albert Burney Auction business handling the purchase. The home is offering with no reserve or minimum.
“We’ve liked this homestead that is historic that was originally settled following the Gold Rush, but we’ve reached a place inside our everyday lives that it is time and energy to allow another person relish it.
We’ve utilized Albert Burney prior to, them to sell this property as well,” said Rebekah so we naturally turned to. Kip, grandson of this creator of Dean Witter & business, is really a primary officer that is financial the technology sector, serving start-ups and businesses with short-term management requirements.
Heart Valley Ranch stocks into the colorful reputation for the area, being one of the primary homesteads supporting horses and cattle. Jackass Creek ended up being a panning that is active for gold seekers, and several of the creek’s large granite areas have bedrock mortar holes where users of Me-Wuk tribes once ground acorns with pestles well before any prospectors appeared.