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With no real neighbors within a half mile radius, this property offers a place to live or recreate in privacy in the crisp, fresh air. At an elevation of 4,560 and far away from city lights, this lot was made for endless nights of gazing up at the stars. There is a dirt road to the property but it’s a little rough, so a 4-wheel drive vehicle is recommended. If you plan to build here, research the engineering costs of building on sloped land so you know what to expect. The City of Alturas is where you will find all of the amenities you need for day to day errands and shopping and the closest large city is Redding, California, about 150 miles away. View other properties that could suit your alternative housing needs

  • Foreclosed
  • Property Number 6654
  • Size 2.32 Acres
  • Dimensions 262.10' x 426.34' x 214.88' x 425.44'
  • County Modoc
  • State California
  • Home Owners Association Modoc Recreational Estates Asso.
  • HOA Dues $30.00
  • HOA Information Known by locals as "The Estates" or "Modoc Estates", the Modoc Recreational Estates places its focus on road maintenance for gravel roads that already have some properties developed alongside them.
  • Investment
  • Recreational
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Land Specifics

  • Assessor Parcel Number (APN): 013 144 16
  • Road Access: Dirt Road
  • Slope Description: Sloped
  • Legal Description: Lot 29 Block 37 Modoc Recreational Estates, a subdivision of the County of Modoc according to the Official Plat thereof, filed in Book 2, of Maps in Modoc County Records.
  • Dimensions: 262.10' x 426.34' x 214.88' x 425.44'
  • Zoning: Residential
  • Zoning Code: RHD (Residential High Density)
  • Zoning Definition: RHD (Residential High Density): One one-family dwelling and accessory uses, or one two-family dwelling when the minimum lot size is met. Minimum Lot size: Six thousand square feet, with a minimum width of fifty feet when public sewer utilized. Fifteen thousand square feet, with a minimum width of one hundred feet, when only public water is available and utilized. Three acres, with a minimum width of one hundred fifty feet, when neither public water or public sewer are available or utilized. Smaller lots permitted after county review. Property Setbacks: Front, side street: dwellings and nonfarm buildings: twenty feet; farm buildings: ten feet, Rear, side: five feet. Maximum height: buildings: two stories, not to exceed fifty feet; other structures: fifty feet. Maximum lot coverage: sixty percent.

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