A 30-acre horse property on land which once formed part of Ronald Reagan’s ranch when he was governor of California is on the market for $US3.9 million.
The property, which includes an area which was graded and turned into a polo field, is in Riverside County, in Murrieta’s Tenaja Valley.
The property includes a 1500-square-foot main house, built in 1996, which comprises two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The house was constructed from stone sourced from the ranch.
The estate, in three titles, boasts a five-acre lake. The house juts out over the lake.
The polo field, which is regulation size, has two grandstands.
There are nine corrals, three wells and a substantial barn, as well as pasture for grazing.
The property once formed part of the 750-acre ranch Reagan bought in the late 1960s, when state governor. Reagan and his wife, Nancy, owned it for more than decade.
The property sits in one of the most picturesque sites in the Tenaja Valley.
There are several remaining building sites, with views, suitable for construction of larger dwellings, according to the listing.
The ranch is near extensive equestrian trails.
The property listing is with realtor Anne Sturm.