Welcome to Bald Hill in Ross, CA (+/- 58 acres)

This iconic +/- 58-acre property provides a spectacular backdrop to the Towns of Ross and San Anselmo in Marin County, California and commanding views of much of Marin, San Francisco and the East Bay.  The property is on the market for the first time in over forty years and is priced at $5 million.

This offering presents a unique opportunity for a private buyer to create a secluded oasis just minutes from the amenities of the Ross Valley or for a conservation group to add priority open space and wildlife habitat to surrounding public lands. The property is the largest private parcel within the Town of Ross and encompasses Bald Hill and the surrounding access areas. Bald Hill is a prominent feature of Central Marin and is visible throughout the Ross Valley. The site offers panoramic views of the entire Bay Area with elevations ranging from 350 feet to 1,141 feet atop Bald Hill. Terrain varies from rolling hills to steep slopes and creek drainages with vegetation consisting of grasslands, redwoods, oaks, bays, and madrone.

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The property is located at the end of Upper Road West in a wooded and hilly neighborhood of northwestern Ross. Ross Common and downtown San Anselmo are both approximately 1.5 miles away. Downtown San Rafael and Highway 101 are less than 4 miles from the property. San Francisco is a 30 minute drive via Sir Francis Drake Boulevard and Highway 101.

The property’s entry gate is located between 21 and 24 Upper Road West. Other than the entry gate across Upper Road West, the site is unenclosed and unimproved except for a dirt road/trail that traverses the 0.75-mile length of the site. Current zoning of the property is R-1: B-10A, Single Family Residential, with a minimum lot size of ten acres. The site is designated Very Low Density within the Bald Hill Special Planning Area in the Town of Ross Land Use Plan (2007) and consists of multiple parcels of varying size, two of which have assigned assessor’s parcel numbers.


Kevin Knowles

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