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Pearblossom Picture Ranch

US / California
Listed By: California Film Commission
Location ID: #050-2192
Pearblossom Picture Ranch is a five acre film location in a pristine desert setting with stunning mountain and desert views one hour and fifteen minutes from Hollywood. This area was settled by the Llano del Rio utopian society during the early 1900’s. In the 1940’s, British author Aldous Huxley made a home for his family on the property where Pearblossom Picture Ranch is now located. Property Features: -2 1/2 acres landscaped with mature trees and cacti -2 1/2 acres natural desert flora -Early 1900’s house with 2nd story, winding staircase & storm cellar -1940’s self-contained artist’s studio/living space with large brick fireplace -Large front porches on both houses -Interiors have large, airy rooms with ample natural light -Circular driveway -Parking for 8-10 cars & 2-3 production trucks, additional parking available -200 amp 100V/220V service available. Unpaved streets, fencing and chaparral. Click here for additional info.

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Location Address

32707 175th Street East
Llano, CA 93544
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