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Look at the savings when you think about the cost of land in California. Also, remember how close you are to Reno, Nevada!!
Last, but definitely not least, the smart investor! This property is a great investment! The property is located near major attractions such as “The Pit River” is the largest river in northeastern California and drains that section of the state and enters the Sacramento River at Shasta Lake. Fall River Mills, California, adjacent to the river is the Pit River Campground, one of the unique and beautiful camping areas around. “Surprise Valley National Back Country Byway.
Location, Location!!!! This property is located only hours from many, many local attractions yet far enough to remain secluded.
Real estate appreciates over time and at a much quicker pace than inflation! This is a sound strategic investment not only in your suitable portfolio but also your peace of mind!!
This is Quality Land and will alone create an awesome investment!!!
This is an impressive 1 ½ acres of beautiful California Land. This will be ideal for your recreational retreat, homestead or retirement estate. Access from the local road is very easy! This is especially important if you are going to build or if you would like to just pull your RV off the road and visit for a while...
The property is surrounded by a magnificent forest and more vacant space!! There are over 1,471,817 acres of National Forest Land at your back of the vacant land.
It was incredible! This property has the best of all worlds! Whether you are looking for a place to camp under the stars, hunt a prize buck, or build your vacation/retirement/permanent hideaway...
Here are the directions to the property:
You can take either highway 395 or highway 299 to Alturas California.
After you get to Alturas follow these directions to the property.
1: Start out going NORTH on BIA-79 toward COUNTY ROAD 56 / PARKER CREEK RD. 0.1 miles
2: Turn LEFT onto COUNTY ROAD 56 / PARKER CREEK RD. Continue to follow PARKER CREEK RD (Portions unpaved). 0.8 miles
3: Turn RIGHT onto S EAST ST. <0.1 miles
4: Turn LEFT onto E MCDOWELL ST / PARKER CREEK RD. 0.1 miles
5: Turn RIGHT onto S MAIN ST / US-395. 0.1 miles
6: Turn LEFT onto W CARLOS ST. 0.6 miles
7: Turn LEFT onto N WEST ST. 8.5 miles
8: Turn LEFT onto CALIFORNIA PINES BLVD / CR-71. 0.8 miles
9: On California Pines Blvd continue up the hill. Keep going passing the first OVERLAND Road. DON’T TURN in there. The property is not there. Keep going passing a fire station. If you get lost they can direct you to the right area.
After the fire station you will see Overland Road turn LEFT about less then 5 miles. If you pass Rainbow pond you passed Overland Road.
Turn Left onto Muncey Road.
Turn Right onto Larsen road. Keep going into you see the street sign with Larsen Road and Brooks Road on the Left side and the two houses on the right side.
Size: 1 1/2 acres
Power: in the area
Sewer: septic must install
Roads: paved on Cal Pines Blvd and groomed gravel to the property
Annual Property Taxes: 2006-2007 -- approx. $150
Legal Description: Lot 17 in Block 71 of California Pines Unit 3, a subdivision of the County of Modoc, according to the Official Plat thereof, filed in the Modoc County Recorder's Office July 25, 1969 in Book 2, page 199 of Maps.
Property APN: 037-311-13
Cal Pines Homeowner Association Annual Dues: $75.00
Deed, map, and other information will be mailed to purchaser upon receipt of payment by Modoc County Title Company.
The land is being sold "as-is where-is" with no warranties either expressed or implied.
Photographics of the location:
Scenic areas to see at Modoc near the property:
Rainbow Pond, great place for fishing.
Property across the road. You can see some folks are already mining in
their private land. Because the property is private land you can build
Dwellings, drill for water and it is your land. You can do anything you
want with it.
Here are some information links about the area:
Welcome to the Modoc National Forest, a land of contrasts and unspoiled vacation-hideaway settings Nestled in the extreme northeastern corner of California, The Modoc National Forest mountains, pine forests and meadows, lakes, streams, rugged canyons, wetlands, lava beds and high desert plateaus. The Modoc offers you beautiful scenery, varied terrain, abundant wildlife and a memorable visitor experience.
Fed by snowmelt from the Warner Mountains, the Pit River creates an oasis for wildlife in the high desert of northeastern California -- Modoc National Wildlife Refuge. The 7,000 + acre refuge was established in 1961 to manage and protect migratory waterfowl. Funds available from the Migratory Bird Hunting Stamp Act helped purchase this refuge, which is located just south of Alturas, California.
Lava Beds National Monument is a land of turmoil, both geological and historical. Over the last half-million years, volcanic eruptions on the Medicine Lake shield volcano created an incredibly rugged landscape punctuated by cinder cones, lava flows, spatter cones, lava tube caves and pit craters. These lava tube caves, of which there are more than 500 in the Monument, are a favorite underground destination for visitors to explore.
Welcome to the remote high desert valley of northeastern California – come discover Surprise Valley Hot Springs. Bordered by the majestic Warner Mountains and Nevada’s Hays Range, this is the perfect intimate getaway.
By 1843 the westward migration on the Oregon Trail was picking up steam and it would be only a few more years or so before a settlement in the Klamath Basin would begin. The Town of Linkville was formed at the mouth of the Link River by George Nurse in 1867. In 1893 the name was changed to the town of Klamath Falls and would eventually be incorporated as the City of Klamath Falls by the state legislature in 1905. Also in 1905 the federal government announced it would fund construction of the Klamath Reclamation Project that became operational by 1906. Klamath Falls was known for its forests and rangeland but the region was far too remote from major markets to make money. In 1909 the Southern Pacific Railroad arrived in Klamath Falls and the money came rolling in. In the 1920's Klamath Falls was the fastest growing City in Oregon until the Great Depression of 1929 brought the lumber boom to an end.