Here's a nice and affordable 5 Acres of Vacant Land between Lucerne Valley and Barstow (4 miles south of Barstow).
The parcel has very easy access via Stoddard Wells Road to Townsend Street, a short way off Hwy 247.
This is a wonderful scenic location - Perfect for weekend getaway or for building later on. Terrain is level with great panoramic views to every direction.
There are no residences nearby - hence plenty of privacy.
Please take a look at the actual pictures we took of this Nice property - Parcels like this are hard to come by at such an affordable price.
Be sure to also open all the maps attached in files at the bottom of listing, under Land Maps & Attachments.
Assessor Parcel Number: 0428-0000 San Bernardino County.
Coordinates to Northwest Corner: 34.823776, -117.045164
Legal Description: S 1/2 S 1/2 E 1/2 NW 1/4 SW 1/4 SEC 36 TP 9N R 2W 5 Ac
Size: 5 Acres. Lot dimensions are 330' X 660' feet.
Terrain: Level to rolling.
Access: Good 2wd access on Townsend Street.
Water: Common options for household water would be: A) Drilling a well. B) Have it hauled to a storage tank.
Sewer: By installing a septic system.
Utilities: Off-Grid. No public utilities right at the parcel. Power is close.
Time Limit to Build: None
Association Dues: None
Title: Free and clear and will be conveyed by a Grant Deed.
Annual taxes: Taxes are paid current.
This property is available with easy owner finance via a Contract For Deed:
Purchase Price: get started: A Down Payment of + Closing Costs shall be paid via Paypal.
I will email the buyer a Paypal invoice and contract upon being informed you are 100% ready to purchase this property.... serious buyers only please.
We will owner finance the remaining balance of at one of the following 2 options:
A) 12 Months with 0% interest, monthly payment of 24 Months with 3% interest, monthly payment of per month to be added for prepayment of property tax.
A Contract for Deed will be promptly sent to buyer upon receiving the initial payment.
A Grant Deed will be issued upon completion of payments.
I encourage my buyers to use the land while on contract, enjoy it, make small improvements, etc.
We are selling vacant land, not entering into a "Landlord/Tenant" relationship...
That being said, if your intention is to live on this land right away - then you must also pay for it in full right away - 100% use requires 100% ownership.
I need to mention this because I've had a few folks who presumptuously assumed since they paid a few hundred dollars to get into a land contract, they can now "move right in" and do as they please...