2.50 acres | Forest / Conservation Zoning
The paved road of Little Valley Road will bring you right up to this 2.50-acre property. The property is being split by this paved road though both sides are large enough to use for building. The property backs up to another property and is only about 5 minuets from the smaller town Little Valley. The property is located in picturesque rolling hills and gives the perfect backdrop to a new home being built. The property is zoned for U-C-2 (Upland Conservation/Resource management) though a single-family is still allowed to be placed on the property. Let this charming rural lot show you all you need to see in Northern California!
Land Specifics Foreclosed
|Road Access||Paved Road|
|Slope Description||Mostly Flat|
|Zoning||Forest / Conservation|
|Zoning Code||U-C-2 (Upland Conservation/Resource management)|
U-C-2 (Upland Conservation/Resource management): One single-family dwelling, farm buildings and accessory buildings and uses. A second single-family dwelling; provided that the dwelling is to be used in conjunction with an operating agricultural unit and is located on a parcel which meets the minimum parcel size criteria. General agriculture, crop and tree farming, logging, grazing, animal husbandry, general nurseries and greenhouses;
|On Property Usage/Potential||
|Assessor Parcel Number (APN)||025 150 29 11|
|Estimated Annual Taxes||$12.45|
Township 36 North, Range 7 East, Mount Diablo Meridian, according to the official plat thereof, section 31: Lot 94 in Lassten County, State of California. EXCEPTING AND RESERVING unto the United States all oil, gas and other mineral deposits in the land so patented, together with the right to prospect for, mine and remove the same according to the provisions of said act of June 1, 1938. This patent is subject to a right of way not exceeding 33 feet in width, for roadway and public utilities purposes, to be located along the north boundary of said lands. RESERVING unto the United States, its permittee or licensee, the right to enter upon, occupy and use any part or all of that portion of said lands lying within a strip of 40 feet wide covered by teh transmissions line right of way of the Pacific Gas and Electric Company, for the puposes provided in the act of June 10, 1920 (41 Stat. 1063) and subject tot he conditions and limitations of Section 24 of said act, as amended by the act of August 26, 1935 (49 Stat. 846).