42.26 acres in San Diego County, California
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42.26 acres in San Diego County, California

36170 Highway 79, Warner Springs , California 92086 - San Diego County
$225,000 42.26 Acres
Property ID 5674433

Description

42 acres with panoramic views and a great home site! 2 water wells with equipment installed ( 1 well is 3 gal. per min. & 2nd well is 12.7 GPM), 1 well on-line with an Agricultural electric meter, second well ready to connect to the water system, both tested and passed for human consumption . Septic system is installed. Property is ready to build a Farm-Ranch, zoning - A70 agricultural use. Build your dream home and barn here. Partial cleared, well house 15' X20' with slab flooring. Private deeded easement roadway off the State Hwy 79. Single wide manufactured housing has 2 bedrooms, 1 3/4 bath and laundry hook-ups in the hallway, all electric ( Seller is gifting the M/H to the Buyer, Buyer to transfer title on Housing and Community Development). The dwelling is on a Residental meter and septic system. Call for more information or an appointment to view this one of a kind opportunity to own a large parcel of Agricultural -Residental land, with good water wells, great views. 30 miles from I-15 in Temecula. Call today!

Directions

I -15 to Temecula Parkway - Hwy 79 28 mile to Sunshine Summit-Warner Springs. Property on the right of Hwy.

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31213 Temecula Pkwy #100
Temecula, CA 92592

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