Newcomb’s Ranch is a picturesque location nestled in the foothills of the San Gabriel Mountains. It is currently for sale but was previously a restaurant on 4,000 acres.
(website inactive due to sale)
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2016 - 2021
Newcomb’s Ranch was first established in 1875 as a 160-acre horse ranch by Levi Newcomb and his wife, Caroline. In 1892, the Newcomb family added a dairy operation to their ranch and began producing California cheese.
In 1935, this ranch became the first cheese producer in the Los Angeles area to pasteurize its milk. This fine estate is one of the largest and oldest dairy operations in Southern California, with more than 1,000 cows producing over 20 types of cheese.