The median home value in Philo, CA is $2,100,000.
the county median home value of $470,000.
The national median home value is $308,980.
The average price of homes sold in Philo, CA is $2,100,000.
Approximately 38% of Philo homes are owned,
compared to 40% rented, while
21% are vacant.
Philo real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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At the intersection of the Pacific Ocean and Anderson Valley, 80 minutes from Sonoma County Airport, 2.5 hours from SF/Oakland, nestled amongst towering redwoods and sprawling meadows. 35 keys, 55 beds, across cabins, houses, and glamping tents with the capacity to grow for up to 200. Fully entitled The Land, home to a state-of-the-art wellness and eco-retreat center, sits on 160 acres of rolling meadows, towering redwoods, and winding rivers. This eco-sanctuary is a magical door into the majestic California wilderness, as a nature sanctuary and haven of empathy and connection, hosting teachers, innovators, celebrities, and corporate CEOs. Notable companies The Land has worked with include Soul Cycle, Louis Vuitton, and Giphy to help their staff unwind, reconnect, and build a vision for the future.The Land has many facets, like cozy housing in cabins, stunning mountain landscapes, and farm-to-table cuisine. Guests will collaborate in a stylish assembly space in a converted horse barn with an occupancy of 169 people, featuring a meditation hall with Venetian Plaster, the capability for conferences/lectures, and two breakout rooms. Nurture and connect with colleagues and other guests at the historic lodge with a commercial kitchen built from a single redwood tree.
A pristine 10 acre site in the heart of Anderson Valley, not far off the beaten path. Gorgeous and mature Madrone, Fir and Oak trees, line the newly graded driveway, leading to a build site with stunning views. An existing well is set up with solar and 3100 gallons of storage capacity. Abundant wildlife is present year round, such as Blacktail Deer, Bobcat and Wild Turkey. Starlink Internet is available at the building site. This property makes a great escape to nature for peace and recreation.
At the fringe of redwood forests and open meadows, Klindt Vineyard blankets the gentle southwesterly exposed slopes of Anderson Valley. The 20-acre offering includes 10.22 acres of vineyard, planted primarily to Pinot Noir, with 2 smaller blocks of Pinot Gris. Located within 11 miles of the Pacific Ocean, the cool growing climate at Klindt, along with shallow clay-loam soils over fractured rock, influence production, leading to naturally rich and intense fruit. The vineyard sources water from a lined, roughly 9-acre foot reservoir. Currently utilized as a rental, the property includes a modest residence with impressive vineyard and valley views. Multiple wells support the domestic water needs of the property. The balance of the land is open and may accommodate additional vineyard development. Proximity to Highway 128 and other notable vineyards, wineries and the Mendocino Coast add to the desirability of Klindt Vineyard. Inquire regarding contiguous vineyard properties also available.
This 4+ Acre property with a single family residence along with multiple ADU's currently rented has potential for income in multiple ways. Zoned C-2. Highway frontage off of the 128. Income producing property at the moment. Single family residence on property will require permitting to continue conversion to a triplex, or can be kept as two units.
Nestled between lush forests & rolling Deep End vines, Romani Vineyards can be found. A complete wine country compound, this offering encompasses 21 +/- acres of gentle land, with 5 acres planted to a combination of award winning Pinot Noir & Pinot Gris vines. Resting slightly above the valley floor, the improved area of the property captures incredible layered views of rolling vineyards & distant redwood forests. Two separate dwellings combine to create an ideal compound. The main residence includes a comfortable living area with open concept kitchen. Off the main living area, is a secondary living area warmed by a wood stove with sleeping loft above. A dining area, flooded with natural light & rich with views, connects the primary suite. An indoor pool allows for four season swimming & opens to an enchanting landscape, with pathways, bocce court & a redwood forest backdrop. Adjacent the main home is the on-site winery building with studio apartment above. The lower level was designed with intention, taking advantage of gravity & geothermal cooling to enhance the winemaking process. A tasting area & storage area/barrel room round out the space. The balance of the land is forested, cascading towards a creek & pond. Romani Vineyards is a perfect expression of Anderson Valley.
Settle down & expand your endeavors at Floodgate + the adjacent residential property on the hill above. Floodgate is a versatile 1.3+/- ac parcel: 1236+/- sf restaurant +3 units in a 4000+/- sf metal building. Well driller's report shows 100gpm when drilled in 2001! Gated entrance behind The Bewildered Pig leads to a 6.2+/- ac rural homestead with 2 homes and multiple accessory buildings. Primary home is a 2 bd/1 ba stick-built house with studio. The rental is a 3 bd/2 ba, 1995 manufactured home. Additionally there's a 3-bay RV carport, workshop/garage, open sided barn, fenced gardens + pastures for small livestock. Make this your home + family compound or maximize the rental income via the 2 homes + 4 commercial units. With both parcels zoned commercial the possibilities are extensive.
Floodgate is truly the junction of the Anderson Valley wine region and the Mendocino Coast redwoods. This commercially zoned 1.3+/- ac parcel features prominent frontage on Highway 128 and two fully tenant-occupied buildings. The original 1236+/- sf, Floodgate Store building anchors the property and is home to fine dining at The Bewildered Pig. The 4000+/- sf metal building with high ceilings is configured into 3 units. Leases in all units are in place until July 2023. This offers ample time to negotiate further extensions or plan for new uses. Well drillers log shows 100 gpm when drilled in 2001! Bring your business ideas and investment dollars to this unique location bridging two of the world's most beautiful destinations.
Defined by the confluence of two year-round creeks, the Wild Iris Retreat accentuates the most notable attributes of Anderson Valley. The approximately 300 acre offering blends a curated landscape, old growth redwood, open meadows, Pinot Noir Vineyards and charming improvements, to deliver an experience rich with natural beauty and history. Improved with multiple dwellings and resort-like amenities, including an expansive pool, handcrafted spa and reception area, all linked by meandering paths through the botanical grounds. Interior roads span the gentle contours, leading to hillside pinot vineyards, olive & fruit orchards, gardens, glamping grounds, swimming holes on the nearly 1 mile of year-round creek frontage and more. Wild Iris has a long history of income generation from hospitality, most recently as a venue for weddings, corporate events, private parties and short-term vacation rental. Thoughtful layout of the 3 dwellings creates opportunity for an incomparable family compound as well. With close proximity to HWY 128, the Boonville municipal airport and a short scenic drive to the Bay Area, the Wild Iris Retreat transcends expectations.
Wind your way through the picturesque wine country that is Anderson Valley and find yourself at home in the beautiful Redwoods. Just a short drive away is the Pacific Coast, where you can indulge in fresh ocean delicacies and explore the charming artisan town of Mendocino. The property exudes a fun and positive vibe, with two homes that can accommodate multiple households. Experience the best of indoor and outdoor living with many spaces for dining and relaxation. Imagine hosting dinner parties in the greenhouse or sitting under the stars at the fire pit. The gardens are both beautiful and bountiful, with roses, lavender, herbs, vegetables and fruit orchards right outside your door. Take a dip in the swimming hole in year-round Mill Creek as it winds its way through the land. Rest comfortably knowing there are three wells plus a koi pond on site. Spend some time cultivating your green thumb, take a turn on the swing or just relax and enjoy the shade of the large Redwoods.