View this rural retreat with a spacious main residence, a substantial guest house & a separate caretaker’s quarters.
The Community Park is the heart of the Carmel Valley Village. This is where we live and play, from walks with our dog Puddin, to the fun and celebrations at Fiesta Time. When you visit the Village, stop and enjoy the open spaces and wonderful views.
Located in the beautiful Carmel Valley, Earth Bound Farm is a world leader in the organic farming movement. On Saturday they held their annual Bug Walk introducing to kids how the good bugs help organic farmers grow their produce. It is a family outing that is fun for all, especially for the kids and the “good bugs”.
My marathon runner son was on his weekend run through the streets of Carmel and through the estates and golf courses of Pebble Beach last weekend and snapped some fantastic pictures of the many cars in town for Car Week 2013. Take a look, and share with your car enthusiast friends!
Please enjoy the views from the Southernmost tip of Carmel Point. From this vantage you have a wonderful perspective of the coastline, from Stewart’s Cove, the Santa Lucia Headlands and Point Lobos. Have fun and always remember to keep your walking shoes nearby….
The Carmel Highlands and Yankee Point area is a scenic and rugged stretch of California coastline located just south of Point Lobos and approximately 4 miles south of Carmel-by-the Sea.
Carmel Highlands was laid out in 1916 by developers of Carmel-by-the Sea, Frank Powers and Franklin Devendorf. One of their early developments was the historic Highlands Inn.
The scenic beauty has long attracted homeowners, artists and writers including long time residents Ansel Adams and the world reknown marine painter William Ritchel.