Land for Sale in California
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California is the third-biggest state in the United States, covering an area of 163,707 square miles (105 million acres). In total, 155,779 square miles (95 percent) of the state is land, while the remaining 7,916 square miles is covered by water. From world-famous national parks to world-class whitewater to blue-ribbon fly-fishing streams, California land has it all. Mountain, coast, lake, desert and all manner of other terrain combine to make California a recreational paradise. Hollywood couldn't have cast it better. Lands of America research shows that 53 percent of land in California is privately owned. California's current price-per-acre average places it 14th in the country in terms of land value. This data represents $1.3 billion of ranches, farms and other land acreage for sale in the state covering a total of 357,235 acres. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in California. Of the 58 counties in California, San Bernardino County had the most land for sale.
DIAMONDS are forever, but this gem will surely not last. The ONLY unit out of 863 where you can truly say it's the middle unit right above the tennis courts. This spacious completely remodeled tri level townhouse with attached two car garage offers 3 Bedrooms plus finished bonus room with A/C! and 2.5 Baths. This home is located in a desirable area of Cabrini Villas offering plenty of guest parking, a short three unit building with no back to back garages, NO alley-way drive thrue, and unobstructed citylights view of the San Fernando Valley and Studio City. The remodeled kitchen offers shaker maple cabinets, granite full slab countertops, breakfast bar island, 18''x18'' travertine floors, recessed LED lighting, and top of the line stainl
Attention Developers! Vacant Lot in Burbank! And It's Flat! This is a triangular shaped small lot in R3 Zoning. The lot is 3020 square feet in online property profile and 2877 square feet according to MLS Public Records. Burbank Planning Dept. said that it is zoned for multiple units but this zoning requires 2400 square foot of land per unit. So, without a city variance, just one unit. Buyer to do their own investigation on the possibility of getting a variance to build two units. Or, just build one house.