40 Acres - Heavy Industrial - Mojave


Location- 3/4 mile s/o Oak Creek Road

Area-  Mojava area  
Acres-  40 net acres   

APN- 237- 032- 21   
Topography- flat and level
Zoning- M-3, heavy industrial, Kern County
Utilities-  see remarks below
Dimensions - 1320" x 1320"
Price- $110,000 ($.06 cents per sq ft)
Existing notes-  none, free and clear
Terms-  25% to 30% down, OWC 5-10 years

REMARKS- Located west of downtown Mojave, 3/4 miles south of
Oak Creek Road. Southern Pacific railroad sput is located just south of subject
property. Property sits on southern section line and has a
30 foot easement,
west, out to the western section line, which is a dirt road.
Good quality dirt
roads are easy to traverse and take you right to the property.
A lot of acreage
and zoning for the money. Seller is offering very flexible terms. Topography
is flat; no loss of use due to hills. Contiguous 76.72 acres to the east may also
be available; inquire.
Portland Cement is located to the west. Need a site that
will tolerate a noisy or dirty business? This could be it; it's zoned heavy industrial;
it's isolated and has no residential neighbors.
Cell phones do work from this site

Location of Utilities

Electricity- on Oak Creek Road
Telephone- on Oak Creek Road
water- need to drill well
sewer- needs septic system

Buyer or buyer's agent should verify the location of all utilities to their satisfaction


SAFETY & CAUTION: Anyone inspecting, or walking on the property,
    off the road, should be aware that rattlesnakes and other desert wild life
could be in the area.  Use common sense!       

Directions to Property: From the City of Lancaster, proceed north on Antelope
Valley Fwy 14. Fwy 14 will lead you into downtown Mojave. Go past east bound
Hwy 58 turn off. At the next traffic signal, turn right and follow the signs that lead to
the Oak Creek overpass. Once you are at the foot of the overpass, proceed west
on Oak Creek Road for 6.8 miles. At this point, you will see a dirt road, going
south, lined with telephone poles (see second photo above). Proceed south on dirt
road for 3/4 of a mile. You will then see a dirt road going east (third photo above).
Proceed east on this dirt road for 1/4 mile. Stop. You are now at the NWC
of subject property. The NWC of subject property is marked by a 4 foot tall
metal stake, painted red and white..