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This is easy to get to bare desert land just minutes off Interstate Highway 8. Residential Zoning allows for one residence per 5 acres and various uses subject to zoning/general plan matrix and building guidelines of Fema - EA Zone. Best current use is open recreation and Ocotillo is close to numerous off road type activities. The 6.72 acres is within the sphere of one private mutual water district and the 19.36 acres is within the sphere of two private mutual water districts both of which require an application and payment of fees if accepted. County permits required for extension. Higher uses require various agency approvals. Note: An additional 4.73 acres located on the N side of Evan Ewes Highway (aka CA Interstate Highway 8) and W. of N. Imperial Highway is also available on a "Subject to Offer" basis and has similar zoning.
There is some evidence that semi-precious minerals / rocks have been sourced in the area. Ask at the museum.
Directions to Ranch
CA Interstate 8 (W. of Yuma AZ or E. of San Diego CA) EXIT IMPERIAL HIGHWAY (Imperial Desert Museum Exit). Go N. passed the Lazy Lizard Saloon at 1174 N. Imperial Hwy. The 6.83 Acres is on the W. side of N. Imperial Hwy. before Cactus but after the dirt bike trail property which adjoins the S. boundary of the 6.83 acres. The N. boundary of the 19 acres is due West of the N. boundary of the 6.72 acres. Back track south 1 block to Mesquite go W. about 1/8 mile. The 19.36 acres is on the N. side of Mesquite and runs N. to alley just S. of Cactus. Estimated boundaries and/or corners are not marked.