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The 6 bedroom Ranch House is adjacent to de Adobe Studio. The original section of the house goes back to the 1920’s when outlaw Pancho Villa frequented the area.
THE RANCH HOUSE LIVING ROOM
The beautiful original wood floors along with antiques from Mexico and India provides a great atmosphere to relax or work out arrangements acoustically in the Ranch House living room. The Swans worked out arrangements and did rehearsals for the two albums they recorded at Sonic Ranch in this room.
THE RANCH HOUSE KITCHEN
The Ranch House kitchen features antiques from Mexico along with the original pine floors with date back to the 1920's.
The newly remodeled kitchen features modern apliances along with beautiful "Knotty Alder" wood cabinets.
The back wall feature original artwork by the artist who created Santana's Abraxas album cover, Mati Klarwein.
THE RANCH HOUSE DINING ROOM
The Ranch House dinning room provides another multi use space wich can be used as spare bedroom, or for overduving and ProTools editing.
THE RANCH HOUSE MASTER BEDROOM
The master bedroom adjoins the living room and has it own newly remodel bathroom. It also features a writing desk from India and lithographs from Paris.
THE RANCH HOUSE FIRST BEDROOM
Each of the five bedrooms have very comfortable Sealy Posturepedic beds and have their own decor. This room features an original wood floor, a writing desk and a Jean Miro Lithograph.
The beautiful natural stone floors in the old section of the house add character and distinction to each of the rooms. This room features a beautiful slate floor, “Tiffany” style lamps and a writing desk.
THE RANCH HOUSE SECOND BEDROOM
This room features a Traventine stone floor, a hand painted writing desk, a distinctive area rug and a Marc Chagall lithograph.
THE RANCH HOUSE THIRD BEDROOM
This room features a exquisite Roman style stone floor and a slay bed along with interesting lithographs from Paris.
THE RANCH HOUSE F ORTH BEDROOM
This room features a natural red marble floor, dressers “criteria” 1930’s England and late 1800’s France along with a Picasso lithograph.