Ranchitos Senior Mobile Home Park in Live Oak

Ranchitos is a senior mobile home park located at 998-38th Avenune, in the Live Oak area of Santa Cruz. Ranchitos Senior Park is one of two mobile home parks that require at least one occupant be 62 and older in Santa Cruz County.

The location is very walkable to the water if you want to walk the coastal trail down by Pleasure Point. Shopping and the movies are about a 20 minute walk away as are numerous restaurants, brewpubs and the like. Read more about Ranchitos Senior Mobile Home Park, below.

Ranchitos Senior MHP Live Oak September 19, 2020
2
Listed
44
Avg. DOM
$322.05
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$218,750
Med. List Price
2 Properties

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Live Oak Mobile Homes September 19, 2020
5
Listed
79
Avg. DOM
$390.19
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$339,900
Med. List Price
5 Properties

Ranchitos Senior Mobile Home Park in Live Oak

Ranchitos Senior Park is one of two mobile home parks that require at least one occupant be 62 and older in Santa Cruz County. As long as one party is 62 and older and the spouse is married, it's my understanding you'll qualify on the age basis on this park. The other park Shangri-La I believe requires all parties to be 62 and older.

Ranchitos is a smaller park,with about 30 units, located at 998-38th Avenune, in the Live Oak area of Santa Cruz. 

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