Ken Caryl's history begins with Major Robert B. Bradford's purchase of the property in 1859. He soon built the Braford/Perley House as well as toll road. The combination of the Bradford/Perley House Inn and the toll road heading towards the mining camps proved very lucrative. In 1895 Ken Caryl was transformed into a stable working farm. The area remained a farming community until it was sold in 1971 to John-Manville Corporation. It became a corporate campus, the housing community quickly evolved
Pottery Barn Beautiful!
Updated 5 Bedrooms/4 Baths In Desirable Ken Caryl Ranch.
The Main Floor Offers A Formal Living Room, Dining Room, Eat-in Updated Kitchen With Stainless Steel Appliances, Granite And Breakfast Bar.
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