California land for sale

Acres of raw land for sale (and lease) in California from Death Valley through the Eastern Sierra, big pieces too. 

If you can make the monthly payment then let's talk.  We might have just what you are looking for... 

 

3.62 acres in CA City and 2.27 acres in Cantil with paved access, Kern County - $15K for both - click here

113 acre "mineral interest" in the Santa Rosa Mine, Inyo County - OWF.  $20K - click here


121 acres 40 minutes from Mammoth Lakes - SOLD

20.67 acres with a gold mine and city views, hiking distance to Bishop CA, USFS in-holding - $99K click here SOLD

35 acres in the Owens Valley foothills, near Independence, Inyo County - $89K click here - SOLD

160 acres of old west homestead on Death Valley boundary, Panamints, Shermantown - SOLD

1 acre commercial lot with Highway 395 frontage, Mono County, $35K - click here SOLD

June Lake parcel, near ski area (2 minutes), on Highway 158, commercial zoning, $72K - click here SOLD


80 acres desert wilderness, Panamint Valley, BLM in-holding (Shermantown's little brother) $79K REDUCED - click here

20.67 acres patented property above Lundy Lake, USFS wilderness in-holding, May Lundy, Mono County - click here


Owner financing available on everything we sell -- no qualifying, credit checks, or banks involved. 

(email or call/text anytime for more info, land requests, to buy, or for help with selling, seven6zero-709-0293)

owensdrylake@hotmail.com

 

Trades welcome: currently interested in more farm land, remote property in Nevada, vehicles, firearms, solar arrays, construction work, well drilling, and, a small farm tractor/backhoe.  Or?





"Of the millions who visit or pass through the Owens Valley each year, most are in a rush to reach the wilderness playground to the north or enter the solitude of the backcountry; there is little time to stop for stories. Many do stop at real estate offices in Lone Pine and Bishop to inquire about property for sale, perhaps with a thought to moving into the valley; It is an appealing idea: an easy four-hour drive from Los Angeles, a nearly pristine landscape, picturesque towns, breathtaking scenery, and unparalleled recreation. But most would-be residents are surprised to learn that only a fraction of valley lands are privately owned, and available property is scarce; With a countrywide population of just under 20,000, the Owens Valley is an anomaly in a state with thirty-five million people; Inyo County's 1.8 people per square mile placed against the 217.2 people per square mile in the rest of the state speaks clearly to the urban/rural dichotomy of the modern West. In 2003, one of every two people living west of the one hundredth meridian - John Wesley Powell's West - was living in California, and among those, fully two-thirds are in the state's urban centers.
     Those who yearn to escape to the Owens Valley and places like it, looking for a life, presumably, of greater simplicity and free of the burdens of city living, can be reminded that others, lured by similar ambitions, once "went West." "To be an American in to move on," writes Kathleen Norris - "as if we could outrun change."4 They will know, too, after hearing the stories of these fourteen people, about the profound sense of place environments like the Owens Valley can engender, and how the burdens of a tumultuous historical legacy are evident in the very landscape itself. In this long land of the West, we have all met, yet someone coming into its astonishing emptiness for the first time might well ask if history of any consequence has taken place there at all."
(206)

Wehrey, Jane

Voices From This Long Brown Land

New York: Palgrave MacMillan

February 2, 2006