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103 acres Essex & Route 66 Commercial

110646 National Trails Highway, Essex, California 92332 - San Bernardino County
$750,000 103.50 Acres
Property ID 2765794

Description

Approx. 103.5 acres includes 1 closed service station, built in the late sixties, 1 closed service station and store built in the 1910 - 1920, built partly of rock, 1 Post Office, built in the 1910 - 1920, built with rock, 1 1-bedroom house, built in the 1920's, 1-1 bedroom house, built in the l940's,

1 mobilehome, 1 5-acre pasture, 1 800' 100 gpm water well with extremely good water and lots of it.

The original Route 66 runs down the middle of property.

The Burlington Railroad runs through it. There is a siding for exchanging railroad cars. This used to be the Santa Fe Railroad.

3 sides of the land border government land. Most of it is BLM Land.

Land

Common Features
Railroad Siding

Minerals - % Water Owned
100

Present Use
Commercial

Proposed Use
Commercial
Residential Single

Topography
Level

Easements
Access
Electric
Telephone

Minerals - % Wind Owned
100

Property Tax Exemption
NA

Road Frontage Desc
Asphalt
Route 66
U.S. Highway

Will Subdivide
Yes

Lot Description
Horses Permitted

Minerals Available
Water
Wind

Property Type
Single Family

Street/Utilities
Well

Tax Data (Show Tax Data)

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