Own Land a walk to the beach Sold

  • $14,500

Buy Land a short walk from the beach!

Just a 1/2 mile stroll to Pebble Beach from your own property

 

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Just a ½ mile walk to the beach with the most spectacular Pacific Ocean view on Pebble Beach Dr sits an oversized treed lot at the end of street line with nice homes.  This property backs up to a large vacant tract and overs a huger private lot yet is also in a neighborhood a short walk from the beach!

 

Over 25,000 Square Feet at 0.6 Acres this property has paved road access with a power pole right in front of the property and utilities in the street.  Confirm the details with county zoning and seize the opportunity to get a high quality infill lot for 62% less than similar sized lots.  We are looking to sell this property fast and have it priced accordingly.

 

About Crescent City:

Named for the crescent-shaped stretch of sandy beach south of the city, Crescent City had a total population of 7,643 in the 2010 census.  The city is also the site of the Redwood National Park headquarters, as well as the historic Battery Point Lighthouse. Due to the richness of the local Pacific Ocean waters and the related catch, and ease of access, Crescent City Harbor serves as home port for numerous commercial fishing vessels.

The city is located on the Pacific coast in the upper northwestern part of California, about 20 miles south of the Oregon border. Its climate is also very moderate, with very cool summers for its latitude as a result of intense maritime moderation. Nearby inland areas behind the mountains have significantly warmer summers.

Nearby Attractions:
  • Battery Point Lighthouse
  • Crescent City Harbor
  • Del Norte County Historical Society Main Museum
  • SS EmidioMemorial
  • Del Norte Coast Redwoods State Park
  • Jedediah Smith Redwoods State Park
  • Lost Monarch (tree)—Largest known Coastal Redwood by volume.
  • Redwood National and State Parks
  • George Reef Lighthouse
  • Smith River National Recreation Area
  • Tolowa Dunes State Park
  • Trees of Mystery
  • Sea Cruise Car Show Weekend – Columbus Day Weekend – October

 

This is property is priced below 50% of market value!  Assessed at over $32,000 this parcel is 6 lots in 1 and oversized for the neighborhood.  Opportunity is now to own land close to the California beaches and Pacific Ocean.

 

Investment is only $14,500 Out the Door!

 If our price isn’t low enough make us an Offer!

Terms Price: $29,000  $3,500 down and  / $405 month

80 Months 7.5%

Title transferred via CA Grant Deed

$245 Doc Fee:  Covers everything!  Preparation, notary & recording
To purchase, make an offer or ask questions call or text us at (619) 432-4522

 

Lot Details:

APN: 120-130-05

Legal Description: LOTS 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 in Block 6 of the Filkins Tract according to the maps thereof filed in the Office of the County Recorder of Del Norte County, California on March 3, 1911 in Book 2 of Maps, page 30.  Also that portion of Reddy Avenue vacated by the City of Crescent City in the document recorded January 19, 2005 as Instrument No. 20050537

Address: 945 Modoc St, Crescent City, CA  95531

County: Del Norte

Zoning: Residential

Lot Size: 0.59 Acres  |  25,600 SqFt

Assessed Value: $32,246

Annual Property Taxes: Approx $424.26 / year

 

 

Left Coast Land is a division of Property Investment Engineers, Inc.  Property is under contract to purchase and will be re-sold.  All information is to the best of the seller’s knowledge.  Principal is a licensed CA Realtor acting solely as a property owner.

Price:
$14,500
Address:
945 Modoc St
Crescent City, CA 95531
Lot Size:
0.59 Acres | 25,600 SqFt
Terms:
For Sale
Property Type:
Land

Call (619) 432-4522 for more details

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