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$10,097.00

2.50 acres | Residential Zoning

This 2.5 Acre property is perfect for the person who wants a large property with plenty of privacy, and doesn't mind the California desert climate. This property is located on a dirt road, and is only about two miles from the Nevada border.

Land Specifics

Property Number 9735
Size 2.50 acres
Dimensions 330' x 330'
Road Access Dirt Road
Slope Description Mostly Flat
Zoning Residential
Zoning Code OS (Open Space)
Zoning Definition

OS (Open Space): The following are the principal permitted uses of the OS zone: Single-family dwelling, including the use of a mobile home; Farms and ranches for orchards, vineyards, field and truck crops, nurseries, greenhouses, vegetables, flower gardening and other enterprises carried on in the general field of agriculture, including agricultural activities directly related to the farm or such as the repair and maintenance of farm and ranch equipment operated on the property; farm and ranch vehicles used on the property; and vehicles used to haul farm and ranch products produced on the property; Livestock ranches for raising, grazing, breeding, boarding or small animals; Animal hospitals or kennels, except when the property is adjacent or abuts residential zoned property; Wildlife refuges; hunting and fishing preserves; Wilderness areas and wilderness uses. Development standards are as follows - Maximum height of buildings: Principal buildings, two and one-half stories or thirty feet. Accessory buildings: two stories or twenty-five feet, except sixty feet for farm buildings or ranch buildings. Minimum parcel size: forty acres; Parcel width: five hundred feet. Property Setbacks: Front yard, fifty feet; Rear yard, fifty feet; Side yard, fifty feet. Distance between buildings on same parcel, ten feet; Off-street parking spaces per dwelling unit, two spaces. (Ord. 943 § 4, 1994.)

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Location

County Inyo
State California
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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 048 532 12
Estimated Annual Taxes $38.86
Legal Description

"LOT 212, IN SECTION 35, TOWNSHIP 22 NORTH, RANGE 10 EAST, SBBM IN THE COUNTY OF INYO, STATE OF CALIFORNIA AS SHOWN UPON A RECORD OF SURVEY ENTITLED ""SPRING VALLEY RANCHOS"", FILED FOR RECORD DECEMBER 22, 1960, IN BOOK 7, PAGE 37 OF MAPS, IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY RECORDER OF SAID COUNTY.

EXCEPT ALL OIL, GAS AND MINERAL RIGHTS TOGETHER WITH ALL RESTRICTIONS, RESERVATIONS, AND EASEMENTS OF RECORD, AS RECORDED IN THE OFFICIAL RECORDS OF INYO, COUNTY, CALIFORNIA."

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