The historic Richmond Ranch is a beautiful and expansive California property in the Southeast
corner of the famed Silicon Valley, bordering the City of San Jose. The approximately 3,777 acre
holding has been a working cattle ranch for nearly 100 years and in more recent times has also
served as a retreat for members of the Richmond family.
Like the adjacent San Felipe Ranch, owned by the Hewlett-Packard families, the Richmond
Ranch has the potential to provide the owner with the opportunity to create a legacy property for
the enjoyment of family, friends, and business associates.
Rolling oak-studded hills, secluded meadows, and remarkable views of Mount Hamilton (shown
above), San Jose and the San Francisco Bay Area provide the perfect setting for hiking, biking,
horseback riding, hunting, camping and connecting with a rich, unspoiled California landscape.
The Richmond Ranch has three living areas, including several ranch houses, one dating back to
the 1880s, a barn, stable and other outbuildings along with natural springs and a creek. Nearby is
Silver Creek Country Club boasting a championship golf course and an active tennis club. Now offered in smaller parcel groupings from 123+/- acres to 3,777 acres from $1.6 million and up.
Hwy 101 to San Filipe Road to Ranch
Agriculture and Farming
Type of Fence
Number of Stock Tanks (water under 1 acre)
Tax Data (Show Tax Data)
Loading Tax Data
Other Land for Sale from
- Santa Clara County Properties by Type
- Lakefront Property in Santa Clara County
- Commercial Property in Santa Clara County
- Residential Property in Santa Clara County
- Ranches in Santa Clara County
- Farms in Santa Clara County
- Recreational Property in Santa Clara County
- Hunting Land in Santa Clara County
NOTE: The information contained herein is provided as general information only and has been obtained from sources deemed reliable. It is provided without any guaranty, warranty or representation, expressed or implied, made by Lands of America, or any related entity, as to the accuracy or completeness of the information. The information is presented subject to errors, omissions, change of price or conditions, prior sale or withdrawal without notice. Prospective purchasers should make their own investigations, projections and conclusions concerning the information.