This 1 acre lot in Ridgecrest, CA. Perfect for making a long-term investment or building your dream home!
Here’s why this property is a good investment?
- Below Market Price!
- Build your beautiful home in community!
- Beautiful mountain views
- Water and Sewer is available
- Low Taxes
- Flat Terrain
- Close to Bakersfield, California (1 hr 51 min, 113 miles)
- Property Type: Vacant Land
- Parcel #: 343-032-52-00-4
- Parcel Size: 1 acre
- Property Address: Ridgecrest, 93555
- County and State: Kern County, CA
- Legal Description: TRACT 1619 347
- Land Use: RESIDENTIAL LOT
- Road Access: Dirt Road
- Utilities: Water and sewer is available
- Annual Taxes: $174.36 approximately
- GPS Coordinates: 35.62150, -117.64910
35.6218, -117.6488 NE
35.6212, -117.6488 SE
35.6212, -117.6494 SW
35.6218, -117.6494 N
- Google Map link: https://goo.gl/maps/Snqt56CGguyQn6KS7?coh=178573&entry=tt
We provide wholesale discounts on all of our real estate sales! We’ll work with you to find the property of your dreams! We also offer flexible financing options.
Call us now at 1-646-915-1234 or send an email to [email protected] to discuss more!
NOTE: Buyer responsible for own due diligence regarding property, it’s use codes, obtaining permits, connecting utilities, and any other future plans the buyer can conceive. Land is sold as-is, where-is with buyer paying all closing costs. Price based on an all-cash purchase.
R-2 Low Density Multifamily Residential District
Owens Peak Wilderness
Owens Peak, the highest point in the southern Sierra Nevada Mountains at more than 8,400 feet, stands near the center of Owens Peak Wilderness. It presides over mountainous terrain with deep, winding canyons, many with rich riparian vegetation fed by bubbling springs. The Sierra Nevada meets the Great Basin and the Mojave Desert here, creating an unusual ecosystem. You’ll find creosote bush scrub communities on the bajadas; scattered yuccas, cactuses, flowering annuals, cottonwoods, and oaks in the canyons and valleys; and juniper and piñon woodlands with sagebrush and digger pines on the upper elevations. Mule deer graze beneath golden eagles and prairie falcons. You may see evidence of active human use of this area dating back to prehistoric times.
The Pacific Crest Trail crosses through the area north-south. Other trails leave the PCT to dive off the crest and eventually intersect with roads outside the Wilderness.