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San Bernardino, California
Your best life is waiting for you in the Morongo Basin’s historic homestead community of Johnson Valley! This 4.326-acre parcel is just 20 miles north of Yucca Valley (population 21,000) in an area of nice homes. Escape the rules of the city and build your dream on this land. No HOA means you can live life your way! This parcel has paved road access and power poles inside the property line.
Skip the cold this winter and spend your days under the warm desert sun. Build a big garage for all your toys. Ride your ATVs and dirt bikes on the country roads into the mountains or across the open desert. Bring your boat because Big Bear Lake is just 45 miles away! Lace up your hiking boots and see the best fall foliage in California less than an hour from your front door. Leave room to store your skis and hit the slopes this winter at Sugarloaf Mountain. Or head the other direction and in less than an hour you can be hiking Joshua Tree National Forest.
When you have soaked up enough Vitamin D, spend a day discovering the local shopping and dining options in small desert towns, or take a drive into San Bernardino (population 217,000) where you can see history at the Original McDonald’s Museum or catch a baseball game at San Manuel Stadium.
This land can be yours for just $950 down and $480/month for 48 months or pay just $19,900 cash! Here’s the details (buyer to verify):
Address: 52039 Joshua Tree Rd, Johnson Valley, CA 92285
County: San Bernardino County, CALIFORNIA
Parcel Size (acreage): 4.326 Acres
GPS Coordinates: 34.353431, -116.527933
GPS corners: 34.354166, -116.528415 NW 34.354184, -116.527348 NE 34.352417, -116.527332 SE 34.352461, -116.528426 SW
Annual Property Taxes $141.95
Zoning RL (Rural Living)
What can be built on the property? Single dwelling, Accessory crop production, Pond, Accessory structures and uses, Accessory dwelling unit.
What can you
do nearby? Dirt activities, Wilderness area,
Campground, National Park
RV’s allowed? No.
allowed? Yes, less than 10 years old in permanent foundation