The Spanish gate and gatehouse, reminiscent of the Ranch's Mission heritage, is manned 24/7 by a courteous and helpful staff. Additional residents-only access gates are strictly controlled for maximum security.
SYR boasts the most sophisticated collection of residential architecture on the Central Coast. Owners and architects are encouraged to create notable designs reflecting original ideas, then execute them with the finest materials and workmanship.
The SYR Mutual Water Company is a wholly-owned subsidiary providing water to our residents. Two wells on the property draw from the Atascadero groundwater basin and are not subject to local water board jurisdiction.
Our residents are working, or recently retired, professionals who lead active social lives. With eleven new homes under construction and four more in Plans Review our community is continually recharged with new vitality.
The 850-acre Santa Ysabel Ranch, with just 146 homesites, redefines the whole idea of low-density, luxury living. Homes are strategically positioned throughout the property for maximum appeal and minimum impact.
The Ranch is a 30-minute private flight from the Bay Area or the Southland, 30 miles from the coast, surrounded by the Paso Robles AVA, and minutes from shopping, tennis, golf, an equestrian center and a world-class fitness club.
Our lake has been a feature of the ranch since the mission days. An upstream hot spring located on the property feeds it, while pumps keep things flowing and fresh for the stocked bass population
The Ranch is fortunate to have indigenous wildlife including golden eagles, red-tail hawks, and black-tail deer. Morning walks will also be shared with other homeowners and our friendly canine community.
One of the best places to encounter SYR's flying and furry residents is along our nearly four miles of hiking trails. They take advantage of our open space with views, solitude, and a good workout.
Although there are two private tennis clubs nearby, SYR maintains two excellent, fully-lighted courts exclusively for residents who want a practice session or a casual game of tennis or pickleball.
The Ranch has unique topography, featuring significant altitude, which provides stunning views in all directions. Debates rage as to which vista is best, but most agree they're all winners.
Strategic direction, policies and financial planning are handled by an elected five-member Board of the HOA supplemented by The Management Trust of SLO that oversees many day-to-day duties.