Major Palmdale Blvd Frontage- Lake Los Angeles




Location- 160th St East & Palmdale Blvd, SEC

Area-  Lake Los Angeles; east of Palmdale
Acres-  135.04 net acres
APN- 3075-7- 1, 2, 3, & 6
Zoning-  A 2 5, heavy agriculture, 5 acre minimum
Topography- flat farmland
1,980' on Palmdale Blvd
1,320' on 165th St East
2,640' on Ave R
2,640' on 160th St East

Utilities- elec & tele surround property
area uses well water and septic


Price- $1,687,500 ($12,500 per acre)

Existing Notes-  free & clear
Terms-  all cash only

RemarksA "hard to find larger parcel" on Palmdale Blvd, at 160th St East. Subject property consists of four parcels totaling 135.04 net acres. Located at the SE corner of 160th St East & Palmdale Blvd. Subject property has over 1,900 feet of paved frontage on Palmdale Blvd and over 1,320 feet of paved frontage on 165th St East. On Ave R and 160th St East, the offered property has 1/2 mile of frontage. Palmdale Blvd is THE main east - west traffic artery in this part of the Antelope Valley. From subject parcel, Palmdale Blvd leads west into downtown Palmdale, only 12 miles and fifteen minutes away. The east border of the property, 165th St East, leads south to Hwy 138 (also known as Pearblossom Hwy). Subject property has two agricultural wells and one domestic well. Thirty acres are fenced. Electricity and telephone utility lines surround the four parcels. See photos. This area of the Antelope Valley is unincorporated, building jurisdiction is the County of Los Angeles. Subject parcels are under a farm land lease until the end of 2005. Subject parcels are flat and level. Larger parcels over 20 acres are very difficult to find in this market, let alone those that front a major traffic artery such as Palmdale Blvd.

Buyer should verify the location and cost to acquire any and all necessary utilities.


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. Be careful and use common sense! Do not go into the house or barn even though they are vacant. Wild bees could be habitating there.       


Directions to Property: From downtown Palmdale, proceed east on Palmdale Blvd. At 47th St East, where Palmdale Blvd bends south, stay to the left, avoiding the bend and maintaining your easterly course. Proceed east on Palmdale Blvd for 11 miles. This will put in the vicinity of 160th St East, a dirt road.