This beautiful home, vineyard and private preserve is nestled in the foothills along San Diego's Historic Old Coach Trail. The trail dates back to 1852 connecting Poway to Escondido until the train came here in 1882. The native American Tribe, the Kumeyaay-Ipa lived, hunted and played on these grounds. Some of San Diego County's most beautiful stream's travel through the property as it tumbles over rocks and boulders, creating magical waterfalls. They pool to form two beautiful lakes until the fresh water continues on its way. Blue Herron, ducks and other waterfowl live and nest along the lakes. Largemouth bass, blue gill and over a hundred Koi populate the lakes while turtles sun themselves on the rocks along the shore. Gracing one of the lakes is a 575 sq ft log cabin that seems to monitor nature as it unfolds. Unwind after a day tending to the vineyards with a glass of estate grown wine and gourmet dinner. Watching the sun set from your deck is always a fun activity. Return to a majestic 9 bedroom, 10 bath estate home, surrounded by 5 acres of vineyards with 7 varietals. Tennis courts and an infinity pool add to your entertainment. The 10 gentle llamas that tend the natural brush also call Old Coach home. The grapes are harvested by a contract on-site winery that prepares the grapes, crush and bottle award winning wines. A wine cave and beautiful barn is the perfect location for wine tasting and processing. This is a one of a kind estate home.
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