Minimum of $249 as document/set up fee and $251 of equity for a total of $500 down and $139/mo
Keep in mind these are just the minimum payments. Put down more to save the cost of interest. Make sure to check out this blog post on how we charge interest on our sister company’s website.
Ready to get OUT of the big city and into the vast California wilderness? Then check out this almost 2 acre off grid property and get ready to have adventure after adventure in San Bernardino county. Check out just SOME of the things to do in this diverse county at the bottom of the listing. You can have fun all year round right from your own property!
Check out the pictures of this gorgeous property and imagine getting to spend all your free time enjoying these stunning mountain views!
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Have you been dreaming and picturing yourself owning some land in the California desert and mountains with amazing views and plenty of year round fun? Just getting away from it all and forgetting about the stress of the city? Well then I have just the place for you! This is a place to bring the family and get away from it all and have a blast in the great outdoors Come out and camp, hike, fish, hunt, you can even build an off grid cabin and make this the family getaway spot, or your permanent escape.
Own this property for only $139 a month and finally start enjoying your weekends again…. or make it permanent and escape the city life for good. This area is growing so your investment is sure to grow with it!
Use this as a weekend camping spot, or bring your RV and have some weekend fun with the area activities and nature. You’ll Never run out of things to do and places to see in this huge county.
Its not too far from town when you need to do some shopping:
California City (40 mi, 41 min)
Rialto (76.7mi 1hr 24min)
Colton (79.4miles 1hr 23min)
Glendale (135 miles 2 hr 13min)
San Diego (183mi 3hr 3min)
Have questions? Call, text or email me! 971-248-6715 or [email protected]
Address: Corner of Wadena Rd and Abeto Dr, Boron CA 93516
Google Map Link: https://goo.gl/maps/B8iSKy3ok66umi14A
4 Corner GPS Coordinates:
|NW GPS||35.070006, -117.590496|
|NE GPS||35.070179, -117.590102|
|SW GPS||35.069040, -117.590341|
|SE GPS||35.068992, -117.589268|
Zoning: Residential – 725 sq ft minimum to build. Mobile Homes are allowed.
Travel trailers as temporary living quarters while building a home may be permitted, provided that a permit for the permanent residence has already been obtained.
RVs – Without a permit, no more than four consecutive days in an 30-day period when used for recreational camping on a property by the property’s owner(s) in the RC (Resource Conservation), AG (Agriculture) or RL-5 (Rural Living- five acre minimum parcel size) or larger land use zoning districts.
- PRICING: Discount Cash Price: $5,999.00 plus a $249 document fee, or alternatively…Owner Financing Price: $6,999.00, $249 down for the doc fee (non-refundable) and $251 in equity for a total of $500 down. Monthly payment: $139/mo.
- NO prepayment penalties and NO hidden fees! We are flexible and can make this fit any budget if you can meet our minimum downpayment and monthly payment for this property. Eric and I are family men and enjoy making land ownership available to families like ours who want to make memories for years to come. we can owner finance with a land contract. If paying in cash, we can transfer with a warranty deed and guarantee a clean title
- CONTACT KRISTY TODAY! Tele: (971) 248-6715 [email protected]
Corner of Wadena Rd and Abeto Dr, Boron CA 93516
TRACT NO 8213 LOT 122
Solar, generator or wind
Cistern is the best option
Residential – see above for description.
$20/mo pro-rated is included within the monthly payment for owner financed properties
There’s no HOA for this property
Note Servicing Fee
Monthly bookkeeping cost for owner financed properties.
San Bernardino County California
San Bernardino county is the largest in the contiguous US at over 20,000 square miles! More than 80% of the county’s land is owned by the federal government. There are at least 35 official wilderness areas in the county that are part of the National Wilderness Preservation System. This is the largest number of any county in the United States (although not the largest in total area). The majority are managed by the Bureau of Land Management, but some are integral components of the above listed national protected areas. Most of these wilderness areas lie entirely within the county, but a few are shared with neighboring counties
If you love the outdoors, desert style, this is the place for you! Enjoy hunting, hiking, skiing, sightseeing and SO much more!
Big Bear Mountain Resort
Big Bear Mountain Resort is renowned for its skiing and snowboarding in the winter, but it’s also an alpine oasis for outdoor adventurers near Los Angeles in the summer, featuring plenty of family-friendly options Enjoy skiing, hiking, mountain biking, Spartan races, climbing, golf, and so much more!
Mojave National Preserve
At 1,542,776 acres, within the contiguous United States it is the third largest unit of the National Park System and the first largest National Preserve. The preserve was created within the Pacific West Region of the National Park Service and remains within that jurisdiction today. Natural features include the Kelso Dunes, the Marl Mountains and the Cima Dome, as well as volcanic formations such as Hole-in-the-Wall and the Cinder Cone Lava Beds. The preserve surrounds Providence Mountains State Recreation Area and Mitchell Caverns Natural Preserve, which are both managed by the California Department of Parks and Recreation.
Mt. Baldy Resort
More year round fun only 45 miles from Los Angles! Of course there is skiing, but in the summer months you can camp, hike, play disc golf, go zip lining, and fish. There are plenty of restaurants, shops, cabin rentals and more to make it a perfect weekend destination for family fun.
Kelso Dunes, also known as the Kelso Dune Field, is the largest field of aeolian sand deposits in the Mojave Desert. The region is protected by the Mojave National Preserve and is located near the town of Baker, San Bernardino County, California, and the Preserve Visitor Center. The dune field covers 45 square miles and includes migrating dunes, vegetation-stabilized dunes, sand sheets, and sand ramps. The tallest dunes rise up to 650 feet above the surrounding terrain.
California Route 66 Museum
The California Route 66 Museum is located on Historic U.S. Route 66 in Old Town Victorville, in the Mojave Desert within San Bernardino County, California. Constantly changing exhibitions follow the development of U.S. Route 66 from the time of early pioneer trails and railroads. Historic photographs and artifacts explore the impact of the highway upon the local economy and culture. Three display rooms and a gift shop are housed in the 5,000-square-foot former Red Rooster Cafe.
Lake Gregory Regional Park
Lake Gregory Regional Park is located in beautiful Crestline, CA. Spend a day with the family at the beaches and water park, catch a fish or two, and enjoy time in the great outdoors.
Tucked in the cool cedar and pine forest of the San Bernardino Mountains, the Park offers an ideal location for year-round outdoor recreation and leisure activities, motion picture and commercial filming, and large-scale community events in close proximity to both the high desert and Inland Empire. The Park includes 4.3 miles of non-motorized hiking and biking trails, a dog park, and an 84-acre lake for swimming, fishing, and many other water activities.
Deep Creek Hot Springs
The landscape surrounding Deep Creek is unique in a southern California context, and its recreation opportunities are valued at the regional and national levels. Thermal hot springs located here are unique and regionally important.
Deep Creek supports the greatest diversity of wildlife habitats of any drainage on the San Bernardino National Forest and has earned the State designation of a Wild Trout Stream. It also represents some of the greatest diversity of vegetation communities of any drainage on the national forest. The surrounding area represents a transit conifer forest. The vegetation ranges from sparse creosote, chamise and California buckwheat at lower elevations to oak and pinyon woodland and scattered mixed conifer, healthy riparian habitats are also present.