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The property is a good lot and the affordable owner financing is even better. It makes it easy to own an 82.5' by 165' residential lot on the north side of Sullivan Road, between the houses at 6889 Araby Street and 74746 Sullivan Road. The map shows the addresses of the neighbors out in this area. This land is a part of the orderly liquidation of our family land trust. Zero down is OK.
This is 13,612 square feet of land, although there is a good chance that, at some future time, the City will want some of the frontage on Sullivan to widen and pave the street. This is a quiet bedroom community in 29 Palms, and is within a mile and a half of schools and civic institutions. The blocks to the immediate north of this property have many houses already built and occupied. This would be a good investment property or suitable for immediate use. The Zip Code is 92277, and the Thomas Guide is 4892 H6.
Get there from 29 Palms Highway where it intersects Utah Trail. Go south on Utah Trail about half a mile to Sullivan Road, and turn east. Go about two-tenths of a mile east on Sullivan, to Araby Avenue. On the northeast corner of Sullivan and Araby is the house at 6989 Araby. Your new lot is just past that house, on the north side of Sullivan, and just before 74746 Sullivan.
Here are the GPS coordinates of roughly the center of the property. Use your favorite mapping system and take a look for yourself. You can zoom in to count the bunnies, or zoom out to scope the neighborhood.
Assessor Parcel Number: San Bernardino County 0624-123-11-0000
Legal Description: W Half E Half S Half W Half S Half SW Quarter SE Quarter NW Quarter Section 34 T19 R9E
Taxes: under $150 annually, paid and current
I will carry the $6,400 zero down financing for 24 months at zero interest ($267 per month) or for 4 years at 9% interest $160 per month), your choice. Please let me know which is better for you
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