Sandra Bullock wants to sell her 91-acre avocado and citrus farm in California for $6 million.
The property consists of three lots in Valley Center, California, approximately 40 miles northeast of San Diego. It includes a nearly 6,000-square-foot main home and about 1,200 high-quality organic avocado trees that are reaching maturity, as well as other residences and gardens, according to this week’s list featuring Alan Long of Avenue 8, Melissa Russell of Willis Allen Real Estate and Kay O’Hara by HomeSmart Realty West.
“Peace and serenity combined with the breathtaking views of the mountain ranges are the first things you feel when you step out of your car,” Mr. Long said in an email. “Then [you] Step into the courtyard and see the thick mud walls, the fountain, and the scent of jasmine and wisteria that greets you as you approach the front door.”
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Ms. Bullock — the 58-year-old Oscar-winner whose recent film The Lost City was released in March — began accumulating the land through a trust tied to her attorney in 2007, according to PropertyShark records. Mansion Global couldn’t determine how much she paid in total for the three properties.
Avocado and citrus groves were already growing on the land when the actor acquired it, but she “converted them to organic and completely changed the ambience of the property,” said Mr. Long.
These included building a saltwater pool and spa with mountain views, importing ancient olive trees, expanding the family’s existing orchard and gardens, and creating walking trails and paths leading to a pond to conserve and irrigate water, he said Representative.
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“The theme was not motivated by profit but to create a secluded retreat for family and friends to gather and play away from the hustle and bustle of city life,” Mr. Long said. “To have some alone time, to commune with nature for a while, to pick a lemon or lime from the family orchard… and to relax.”
Additionally, the primary residence “has been transformed into the open and welcoming hacienda it is now,” he said. It offers an indoor-outdoor lifestyle with a planted central courtyard — complete with a fountain — and multiple French doors, according to the listing. It also features a total of nine fireplaces, three of which are outside among the flower gardens and eucalyptus, palm and olive trees.
There is also an eat-in kitchen with wide hardwood floors and a La Cornue oven and hob, and a dining area with an upholstered window seat and beamed ceiling.
There are four bedroom suites, each with its own entrance and outdoor space, the listing states. The master bedroom offers a fireplace and French doors “with views of the multicolored mountain range” in the distance, added Mr. Long.
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Additional amenities include an additional residence with three bedrooms, two bathrooms, solar panels, electric charging station, chicken coop and plenty of additional building space to create a multi-generational home or expand the farm.
Ms. Bullock announced that she was “taking a break” to star in a March episode of “CBS News Sunday morning.” According to Mr. Long, she is looking for a farm near her sister on the East Coast.
Representatives for the actress did not immediately respond to a request for comment.
This article originally appeared on Mansion Global.