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Tucked away in between Mt. San Jacinto and Joshua Tree National Park is this property, located just north of the popular vacation and retirement destination of Palm Springs. There are a few homes within the block that this property is located on, yet plenty of space to spread out and avoid being stacked on top of one another. Although this property is mostly flat, it faces the rolling hills of California’s desert landscape, giving you an incredible scenic view. A paved road, lined with power, runs directly to the property, allowing for easy access and power hookup.

  • Property Number 9049
  • Size 0.16 Acres
  • Dimensions 68.50' x 106.48'
  • County Riverside
  • State California
  • Homesite
  • Investment
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Land Specifics

  • Assessor Parcel Number (APN): 665 143 027
  • Road Access: Paved Road
  • Slope Description: Mostly Flat
  • Legal Description: LOT 147 MB 033/057 HOT SPRINGS RANCHOS 2
  • Dimensions: 68.50' x 106.48'
  • Zoning: Residential
  • Zoning Code: RM (Residential Medium Density)
  • Zoning Definition: RM (Residential Medium Density): The intent of this district is to promote the development of detached and attached units, duplexes, garden apartments and small lot subdivisions, and may be proposed as planned residential development to increase efficiencies in design and consolidate lots for maximum open space areas. The R-M district requires a minimum lot size of 10,000 square feet (0.22 Acre) for multiple family dwellings. It also permits the development of a more affordable single family home with a minimum lot size of 7,200 square feet (0.165 Acre). The R-M district allows a maximum density of eight (8) units per gross acre. It also permits the development of affordable housing and senior housing (citizen and senior congregate care) with a maximum density of 10 units per gross acre with a marketing feasibility study and a conversion plan, if appropriate. Units that legally existed in the R-M district prior to October 3, 2000, may remain as a permitted continuing ""Non-Conforming Uses"", as defined in this ordinance. Maximum lot coverage 40%. Maximum height 30 ft or 2 story.

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