John Wayne's Riverside County ranch returns to market at $8 million

The 2,000 acre ranch includes a three bedroom house, barn, and three wells. (Coldwell Banker Realty)
A Riverside County ranch that once belonged to famed western actor John Wayne has been tussling on and off the market for the past two years, it's trying again to convince a buyer. The 2,000-acre area was recently resumed for $ 8 million, records show.
The property, known as Rancho Pavoreal, is in Sage, a small agricultural community south of Hemet and east of Temecula.
The property is gated and fenced with horse trails that meander through the acreage offering expansive views of the mountains and valleys beyond. In the center is a three bedroom, three bath stucco ranch home spanning 3,000 square feet.
The view of the mountains. (Coldwell Banker Realty)
Additional amenities include a barn and three wells. Though naturally designed as an equestrian center or cattle ranch, the listing suggests other uses for the land, such as a shooting range, sports camp, or private retreat.
Wayne, nicknamed Duke, worked from the 1920s through the golden age of Hollywood and appeared in 179 film and television productions over the course of his decorated life. His western credits include "The Alamo", "Stagecoach" and "The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance". In 1969 he won an Oscar for "True Grit".
Tatiana Novick of Coldwell Banker Realty is holding the listing.
This story originally appeared in the Los Angeles Times.

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