The Egg Farm in Carmel Valley, California, as it’s fondly remembered by many locals, is now the idyllic setting for the modern farmer.
On just under 10 fertile and level acres on the Carmel Valley floor, this gentleman’s farm has over 200+ fruit and olive trees, seasonal row crops, horses, hogs, sheep, and of course, still a few chickens.
The property produces artisanal olive oil, heirloom peaches, apples, pears, avocados and even watermelons.
The 1920s farmhouse has been completely renovated, as well as the guest house, auxiliary buildings, and the three-bedroom caretaker’s house. While less than 10 mins to Carmel, it has both city utilities and is also self-sufficient with abundant solar and permitted irrigation well.
The home has a gorgeous farmhouse kitchen.
The property runs to the Carmel River, nearby is the famous “Steinbeck Hole,” perfect for dips to cool off.
This tranquil farm retreat is listed for $4.25 million with the Bambace Peterson Team at Compass.