2.5 Acres Residential Land Willow Springs California
$5900  Discounted Cash Price

Ancient Valley Rd, 9432, California
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Reference #: CAKER0105

Discounted Cash Price: $5900 

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$895 12.99% $199 42 Buy Now 
$2500 9.99% $149 40 Buy Now 
$3500 7.99% $99 48 Buy Now 
All Terms Offers are based on the Wholesale Price of : $7500
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Property Details: 

Reference #:  CAKER0105 Google Map Location: Click Here Electricity: Available
Property Address: Ancient Valley Rd
 Willow Springs, California 93560
Latitude: 34.932223
Water: Unknown
APN: 34526206 Longitude: -118.232512 Sewer/Waste: Septic Needed
Property Type: Residential Land Corner GPS Coordinates: North East Corner: 34.932680,-118.231973 South East Corner: 34.931801,-118.231978 South West Corner: 34.931814,-118.233073 North West Corner: 34.932680,-118.233073 County Planning & Zoning Phone #: (661) 862-8600
County Parcel Size:2.5 Acres Cross Streets: 58th St W & Ancient Valley Rd Estimated Yearly Taxes: 30.58000000
Zoning: E(2 1/2) R Terrain: Flat HOA: No 0.00000000  
 Modular Homes Allowed: Yes Road Surface: Gravel RVs Allowed: No

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Area Information: 

Things To Do  In the Area: Things to do in Kern County are listed by cities below such as Bakersfield, Delano, Oildale, Ridgecrest and Wasco. Kern County in Southern California is made up of the southern tip of the Sierra Nevada Mountains the south end of the San Joaquin River Valley and the western portion of the Mojave Desert. Visitors and residents of Socal who love the outdoors would also love a visit to Kern County -- with so many diverse outdoor adventures to be had, it's worth the trip. Consider visiting these public parks and lands: Kern and Bitter Creek National Wildlife Refuge birding, Tule Elk State Natural Reserve for wildlife watching (bring binoculars to see the Elk just in case), Red Rock Canyon State Park for incredible canyon hikes, Fort Tejon State Historic Park a living history military museum that is great for families, Isabella Lake for boating and fishing, and Sequoia National Forest for hotsprings, skiing, snowshowing and backpacking in the Sierras. Bakersfield is the largest city in Kern County. It's centrally located for easy access to all corners of the county and has many museums and things to do of its own. Kern County is also home to Edwards Air Force Base (the site of the first supersonic flight) as well as the Mojave Spaceport (the US's first inland spaceport).

Education In The Area: Kern County, California, schools spend $11,405 per student. There are 23 pupils per teacher, 4,876 students per librarian, and 1,609 children per counselor in Kern County, California schools.

Climate: Kern County, California, gets 7 inches of rain per year. The US average is 39. Snowfall is 1 inches. The average US city gets 26 inches of snow per year. The number of days with any measurable precipitation is 18. On average, there are 274 sunny days per year in Kern County, California. The July high is around 100 degrees. The January low is 38. Sperling's comfort index for Kern County is a 82 out of 100, where a higher score indicates a more comfortable year-around climate. The US average for the comfort index is 54. Our index is based on the total number of days annually within the comfort range of 70-80 degrees, and we also applied a penalty for days of excessive humidity.

Cities Nearby: Arvin, CA Lamont, CA Tehachapi, CA Bakersfield, CA Oildale, CA Shafter, CA California City, CA Wasco, CA Taft, CA Delano, CA Lancaster, CA Quartz Hill, CA Porterville, CA Palmdale, CA Santa Clarita, CA


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