San Benancio Canyon (Salinas, CA)
By Blatt + Cutino, Broker-Associate 831/206-8070*Call today*
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
History and etymology The region was named for San Benancio Gulch which is the small canyon that forms the majority of the region (book ref). A map dated 1834 lists the region as "Canada de San Benancio". The Spanish name most likely refers to one of four Saints venerated with the name Venantius (site 3). The region was settled, originally by Spaniards San Benancio was the inspiration for "Las Pasturas del Cielo" the fictional setting in John Steinbeck's "Pastures of Heaven". A Salinas native, Steinbeck spent time in his youth within San Benancio specifically "Castle Rock" near the base of the Canyon and accurately described the region in "Pastures of Heaven": ". . . he saw-a long valley floored with green pasturage on which a herd of deer browsed. Perfect live oaks in the meadow of the...
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By Linda Shepard
(Keller Williams Realty)
Great property with a pool in the sunbelt of the San Benancio Canyon!Also half acre of land, french drains, wide lot in the backyard--enough for your garden!Rambling Ranch House - 3 Bedroom/2 bath; Plus Den; extra room; Grand room--livingand dining areas off the kitchen and washroom, with sink.  R.V. Parking and dog kennel.Wonderful neighborhood in the Paseos--The Passage of the Cowboy--How Much Cowboydo you have in you?  This is your property!  Call for showing times!  831-238-0828
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