Crocker Ranch Estates is a small enclave of luxury residential acreage lots and is named for former owner Charles Crocker of San Francisco, the 1861 founder of the Central Pacific Railroad and one of the Big Four magnates of transcontinental railroad history. Crocker built a hunting lodge above the Russian River in the 1880's to use as a retreat for his business associates and friends. This 6.3-acre parcel, offering two designated building pads with views of Alexander Valley and the western ridge, has an installed well and pump, available power at the adjacent paved private road, and has soil percolation analysis reports with a septic system design and additional engineering analysis to build a home of 3 to possibly 5 bedrooms using available acreage. Once farmed as an olive tree orchard, many of the old-growth olive trees remain. An outstanding opportunity awaits the next steward of this legacy to create a modern-day retreat in this sublime area of northern Sonoma County.