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This large parcel is almost 10 acres in size and found at elevation 1880 feet. It is just south of Highway 40 which is a major highway running through California to Arizona, New Mexico and points east. Only about 40 miles East of Barstow City, this parcel is close to town, although itself in a very secluded rural area.

  • Foreclosed
  • Property Number 6244
  • Size 9.47 Acres
  • Dimensions 329' x 1231.5'
  • County San Bernardino
  • State California
  • Farming Nearby
  • Investment
  • Recreational
  • Offthegrid Nearby
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  • Assessor Parcel Number (APN): 0529 211 55
  • Road Access: Dirt Road
  • Slope Description: Sloped
  • Legal Description: The South half of the North half of the Northeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section 17, Township 8 North, Range 5 East, San Bernardino Base and Meridian. EXCEPTING from the West ½ of said land, ¼ of all petroleum oil natural gas and all other hydrocarbons and minerals of every kind and nature and products derived therefrom, but without the right of entry for purposes of mining or drilling, as reserved in the Deed from Desert Shores Realty Corporation, recorded August 4, 1960 in Book 5204, Page 306, Official Records. Subject to easements for ingress and egress and the installation and maintenance of public utilities over the North 15 feet and the East of the above described property, which easements were reserved in a certain Grant Deed to the captioned property dated October 4, 1973 And recorded on October 25, 1973, in Book 8292, Page 433, of the Office of the Recorder of San Bernardino County, California.
  • Dimensions: 329' x 1231.5'
  • Zoning: Residential
  • Zoning Code: RL (Rural Living)
  • Zoning Definition: RL (Rural Living): Single family dwelling, secondary dwelling, and accessory structures allowed. Agricultural buildings less than 10,000sqft allowed. Maximum of 20% of lot area can be covered by structures and impervious surfaces. 35’ maximum height of structures.
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