Purchased 60 years ago by a young doctor, the rugged raw land was lovingly developed as a retreat for his young family. Bordering Los Padres National forest, the 14 acres and two homes maximize the views of the green Santa Lucia Mountains that plunge with their granite and serpentine cliffs into the Pacific blue. The upper one-bedroom home was built in 1982 and has exterior decks and bay window seats. The porthole from an old ship frames the granite rock outcropping at Willow Creek. Adjacent is the original one-bedroom home that was recently renovated and has sliding doors that open up to the large decks with expansive views. There is also an upper tower viewing lounge where 50/50 blue views are immense. Recreation opportunities are everywhere and can be scouted from the lower “sunset deck” with compass waypoints pointing forth the day’s exploring. The upper “observation deck” the doctor took 38 trips to hike the reclaimed redwood and craft the upper views. Here you can use a large straight-edge held towards the horizon and can see the curvature of the earth. Escape, recreate and rejuvenate in this area of natural wonder.