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Modoc, California
$ 2,997.00

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$100 Down, $100 per Month for 36 Months
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$2,997

Doc Fee – $199
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California Pines in Modoc County is a beautiful community surrounded by 2 million acres of the Modoc National Forest in Northern California. California Pines is a peaceful and uncrowded retreat… with green meadows, towering pines and trickling mountain streams.
Surround yourself with towering pines trees, conservation areas, and fabulous panoramic vistas and great landscape views. All are the perfect setting for the unspoiled countryside of Modoc County. With every breath of fresh, clean air, you’ll know this pristine unspoiled property is for you – especially since it has been thoughtfully master-planned to exist in harmony with nature and wildlife.
The Lake Units are located at an elevation of 4,300 feet in mostly meadow pastureland type of property. The California Pines Lake is 256 acres and next to it sits the California Pines Lodge, a 4,400 feet airstrip, and campground. The lodge consists of 8,000 square feet including a restaurant and lounge as well as 28 motel units and a swimming pool and recreation room.
Click the link below for more detail on the California Pines Lodge
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Seven miles south of the Lake Units are the Hill Units. The elevation in the Hill Units varies from 5,000 to 6,400 feet. The Hill Units cover an area of 20,000 acres, which are almost all covered with pine trees. The Hill Units have three stocked trout ponds and three campgrounds. The main paved road runs through Hill Units 1 through 3, with Hill Units 4 and 5 having all gravel and cinder roads. The secondary roads in Hill Units 1 through 3 are also gravel and cinders. The power line runs along the main road (California Pines Blvd) through all the Hill Units, ending two-thirds of the way through Unit 5. There is thirty-five miles between the lower Lake Units to the outer edge of the Hill Units.



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