Whenever the California Coast is mentioned, it usually conjures up images of glitzy Hollywood boulevards or the townhouse-topped hills of San Francisco. But there’s still a lot of the state that hasn’t been paved over, and in these open spaces the spirit of the Old West is still alive. For proof, just take a look at the 197-acre Rancho del Rio, in San Juan Capistrano, CA.

Whenever the California Coast is mentioned, it usually conjures up images of glitzy Hollywood boulevards or the townhouse-topped hills of San Francisco. But there’s still a lot of the state that hasn’t been paved over, and in these open spaces the spirit of the Old West is still alive. For proof, just take a look at the 197-acre Rancho del Rio, in San Juan Capistrano, CA.

Source realtor.com