The residential compound is located a little more than halfway towards the north end of the property along the eastern side. To get to the northeast corner, start from the house and walk north on the road for about a quarter mile to Little Strawberry Creek. There is a section marker on the hill indicating the exact corner.
To get to the south east corner, walk south from the house for about 3/4 of a mile. That’s the total length of the eastern boundary, but the road leads away from the property as it makes a big bend into the neighbor’s land. It turns back to the property line close to Wild Cattle Creek, another wonderful stream. This stream runs fully within the property on a rough east west line for 300 yards from the hairpin turn in the road to the west side of the property. It is still on the property where it passes under the road and dives towards Warm Springs Creek. Geometrically the land is a quarter mile wide and three times that long.
Hiking the property is a delight. There’s a well established, but little used road that rises from the valley floor next to a seasonal creek. Near the first switchback turn, there’s an old, derelict barn on the right that you can possibly dream into a yoga studio or workshop or a barn again…or barn wood. Trending upward and switching back on itself the road passes above the main house. Head for the upper fork past the road leading down to the orchard and garden. Continue past the spring-fed, redwood water tank and wind up and around passing another steep valley. At one point, an unmarked fork heads down towards Wild Cattle Creek. The main road heads up and around to where the ground slopes less and the walking is easier. This is the flatter acreage at the top of the property. On the linked topographical map, it’s the circle showing the top of a hill and the elongated lines that are farther apart. Other views at the Maps link show alternative ways of viewing the terrain that will give you a clearer idea of steepness.