Bar X Ranch


20333 Bar X Entrance Road

Middletown, Lake County, California 95461




Numerous amenities and improvements have been made to Bar X Ranch since the first house was built in 1936.


Below is a list of these amenities, including pictures and descriptions of improvemnts that have been made throughout the years. To enlarge the photos below, simply roll over a photo with your mouse and an enlarged photo will appear to the right.

Old Ranch HouseOld Ranch House

Old Ranch House

This 5 bedroom 2 ½ bath approximate 2,632 square foot house was built in 1936 with a concrete perimeter foundation, redwood framing and currently has a composition roof. Detached garage of approximately 800 square feet accommodates one car and has a separate workshop or storage area.

Main HouseMain House

Main House

This 2 bedroom 21/2 bath home was built in 1958 with walls of solid rough cut Arizona Flag Stone. The approximate 3,700 square feet residence includes a 2 car attached fully finished garage.

Green HouseGreen House

Green House

This 3 bedroom 2 bath dwelling of approximately 1,364 square feet was built in the 1970’s with a detached one car garage.

White BarnWhite Barn

White Barn

This approximate 2,880 square foot barn is used for livestock, primarily horses. It has a tack room, 8 stalls, dirt floors, wood siding and a galvanized metal roof.

Hog BarnHog Barn

Hog Barn

Designed for hog production, this approximate 1,196 square foot building has 5 foot high concrete walls with the balance of wall and roof in galvanized metal. The building is currently used for storage.

Hay BarnHay Barn

Hay Barn

A rectangular barn of approximately 13,500 square feet used for hay storage and animal shelter. This building has no sides, a galvanized roof, no floor and redwood pole framing.

Pool HousePool House

Pool House

This 1,250 square foot building is constructed with concrete walls and galvanized metal roofing. It has a full bath and heat. It shelters an unused pool. A wood floor has been constructed over the pool.

Spring HouseSpring House

Spring House

Built in the 1800s, this 40 square foot building made of rock walls with a composition roof encloses one of the property’s natural springs.

Equipment BuildingEquipment Building

Equipment Building

This rectangular building consists of approximately 2,100 square feet and has an open front. Wood frame, galvanized walls and roof with a concrete floor it is used for equipment storage.



This man-made lake holds approximately 150 acre-feet of water. The reservoir was created in a natural depression, is unlined and dammed. It is filled by natural drainage, rainfall and water pumped from Putah Creek.

Putah CreekPutah Creek

Putah Creek

Putah Creek generally flows generally northerly along the property’s southwest border toward Riverview (its western apex) and then turns to the east ultimately emptying into Lake Berryessa and finally into the Sacramento River.