Kris Kristofferson’s Stunning Oceanfront Property In Northern California Is On The Market For $17.2 Million

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If you’ve got a cool $17.2 million laying around, Kris Kristofferson’s stunning ranch in California might just be for you.

The country icon is selling his Mendocino County property, which he purchased in 1980 and has now owned for over 40 years. It’s located in Elk, California, about three hours north of San Francisco.

The property consists of over 550-acres on the pacific ocean, and was originally developed in 1890 as a dairy farm and creamery.

The original roadhouse and barns still stand on the land, which sits partially on Devils Basin, where Karate Kid III was filmed.

Throughout the hundreds of acres, there’s nearly a mile of ocean frontage, and plenty of space for raising cattle, timber production and residential development.

The sale is being handled by Justin Nadeau Mendo Sotheby’s International Realty, and hit the market about a week ago.

You can check out drone footage shared by Sotheby’s below, which features stunning landscapes and breathtaking views on the massive property that rests on the edge of the pacific ocean.

It looks almost untouched aside from the few buildings that sit out there, some of them original to the first owner hundreds of years ago, and I’m sure has been an abolsute dream to own by the Kristofferson family for so many years now.

I mean, he’s probably got the most gorgeous ranch owner by any country artist, and I don’t think it would be particularly close… check it out:

A beer bottle on a dock



A beer bottle on a dock