20 acres of nature to explore or simply kick your feet up and listen to an array of birds greet you as you sip your morning coffee on a large porch. After dark, stargaze Read more...
20 acres of nature to explore or simply kick your feet up and listen to an array of birds greet you as you sip your morning coffee on a large porch. After dark, stargaze while listening to the soothing music of rustling leaves.
Surrounded by county, state and national parks, the grounds of this gem in Julian is a one of kind sanctuary only an hour away from the city.
This city escape was carefully selected to be where Cahuilla and Kumeyaay Native American tribes once roamed. The rocks in the outdoor space have grinding holes (mortars) once used for food preparation by the tribes.
Perfect for musicians, creative individuals and meditation. The tranquil space makes for a grounding experience allowing one's own creativity to flow to the surface.
The grounds consist of 20 acres. All water is sourced from the on site well.
The location is also home to wildlife animals, such as deer, wild turkey, blue jay, falcon, hawk, woodpecker, roadrunner, humming birds, horse and many more.
The grounds located in Julian are exactly on the 33 degree latitude.