California City Lot - Jubilate Street
9668 Sq Ft Desert Land Within The City Limits Of California City
California City, officially the City of California City, informally abbreviated to Cal City, is a city incorporated in 1965 located in the northern Antelope Valley in Kern County, California, United States, 100 miles north of the city of Los Angeles. The population was 14,120 at the 2010 census. Incorporated: December 10, 1965.
This Is High Desert And Home To The Desert Tortoise With Several “Tortoise Natural Areas” Near-By. These Are Areas Overseen By California Department Of Fish And Wildlife.
Lots Of Open Space Quiet And Private. Very Close To The Galileo Park & Galileo Hill (Home To 339 Bird Species) & The Silver Saddle Ranch And Club.
Also, The Area Is Classified As Cold Desert Climates With Cooler Temperatures Year-Round.
This Land Is A Great Investment With No Time Fame To Build. Should You Build Build Now Most Area Homes Are Selling For $200,000 To $300,000.
Near Edwards Air Force Base
• Lancaster - 56 Miles
• Victorville, Ca - 64 Miles
• La 100 - Miles
• La County Line - 26 Miles
• Desert Tortoise Natural Area - 6 Miles
• Bakersfield, Ca - 82 Miles
• North Edwards - 16 Miles
There are no liens on the property, no association dues, no maintenance fees of any kind, and no time frame in which you have to build
Located In The High Desert Region Of The Mojave Desert In Picturesque Southern California
Just Minutes From Downtown California City
The Desert Tortoise Research Natural Area lies in the northwestern Mojave Desert on the western edge of the Rand Mountains in eastern Kern County. It is northeast of California City- a two-hour drive north from Los Angeles or east from Bakersfield.
The Interpretive Center, with parking lot, information kiosk, restroom, and access to self-guiding trails is located about 3 miles northeast of the lot
Wildlife In The Natural Area
There are many other animals present including the threatened Mohave ground squirrel, desert kit fox, coyote, badger, jackrabbit, desert woodrat, and kangaroo rat. Some of the lizards present are the collared lizard, the side-blotched, leopard lizard, chuckwalla, and the western whiptail. Examples of birds to be seen are the cactus wren, LeConte's thrasher, ash-throated flycatcher, red-tailed hawk, and ladderback woodpecker. Snakes common to the area are coachwhip, gopher, sidewinder, and Mohave rattlesnake.
Wildlife is best observed in the spring months. Some species are most abundant during years when there are carpets of wildflowers as a result of a wet winter. There are over 160 different kinds of plants: desert candles, Mohave asters, primroses, blazing stars, coreopsis, lupines, phacelias, thistle sage and gilias, to name a few. Among the flowering shrubs, the creosote bush is conspicuous for its height and abundance, and essential for providing shelter for wildlife.
Location: On Jubilate Street Kern County California 93505
Legal: Tract 3279 839
Size: (9,668 Sq Ft) 120X80
Power Water Sewer: Off Grid
Zoning: R1 Single Family Residential
Taxes: $176 (2020) Per Year Paid Current
Access: On Jubilate Street A Subdivision Road
Type: Single Family Residential, Recreational Use, Investment
Gps: 35.216383 -117.779606 Approx Ctn
Down Payment: $900
Processing Fee: $299
Terms: Owner Financed
Monthly - Paid In
$280 - 25 Months
$350 - 20 Months
Cash: Contact Me
Conveniently located just minutes away from Edwards Air Force Base, Cerro Coso Community College, and Aspen Mall Shopping Center & Red Rock Canyon State Park.
Short drive to Lancaster, Palmdale, Los Angeles, Las Vegas. The possibilities are endless, Build OR Keep As AN Investment.
Climate in California City, California
California City, California gets 6 inches of rain, on average, per year. The US average is 38 inches of rain per year.
California City averages 1 inches of snow per year. The US average is 28 inches of snow per year.
On average, there are 271 sunny days per year in California City. The US average is 205 sunny days.
California City gets some kind of precipitation, on average, 23 days per year. Precipitation is rain, snow, sleet, or hail that falls to the ground. In order for precipitation to be counted you have to get at least 0.01 inches on the ground to measure.
Summer High: the July high is around 98 degrees
Winter Low: the January low is 31
Rain: averages 6 inches of rain a year
Snow: averages 1 inches of snow a year
State Parks Next Door
Two state parks lie in the El Paso mountains just north and east of this lot
The splendor of Red Rock Canyon State Park is twenty minutes north. To the east, Tomo-Kahni, was the site of a Kawaiisu (Nuwa) winter village. Public tours take you to this hidden historic site.
Land Maps & Attachments
Directions to Land
From the intersection of California City Blvd and Randsburg Mojave Road in California City California, Head north on Randsburg Mojave Road 1.4 miles and continue onto 20 Mule Team Parkway for 9.9 miles. Turn Left onto Rutgers Road for 1.3 miles, then turn left onto Kennedy Blvd for 0.2 miles and turn right at the 2nd cross street onto Jubilate street lot will be on the right (see map)