San Diego Land For Sale
Residential Lot in Julian, CA
Tucked away in the mountains of eastern San Diego County is the charming and Apple Pie mecca of Julian, California. A cozy bed & breakfast town filled with antique shops and cafe’s this offers a wonderful retreat for Southern California residents. There are also numerous hikes and outdoor activities. Not to mention a popular destination for weekend Harley riders enjoying the scenic and open mountain roads.
Originally a gold rush town there is a lot of great history and charm to this town. Apple Days is a big event and this is the closest place to San Diego proper to get snow (averages 22 inches / year) From Dudley’s Bakery to the Julian Pie Company this area of San Diego is that charming small town with a thriving bed & breakfast community.
This vacant lot is in the Kentwood in the Pines subdivision, a great neighborhood surrounded by many houses. The property is three lots (Lots 1,2 & h Block 37) combined under 1 APN and sold as 1 property. There is a mild slope to the lot and it has a few nice trees. With over 1/3 of an area this is a great size lot that fits the neighborhood quite well.
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Cash Price: $12,650 full purchase price out the door!
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Address: Manzanita Dr, Julian, CA 92036
County: San Diego
Legal Description: Lots 1, 2 and 5 Block 37 Kentwood in the Pines
Size: 15,769 SqFt | 0.36 Acres
Zoning: R1 – Single Family Residential
Land Use: Residential Vacant Land
Utilities: Public utilities at the street, needs septic
Property Taxes: $150.78 / year (Taxes are current)
Title to be transferred via CA Grant Deed. We can prepare, pay for and handle the recording for you as part of our closing process at no charge.
About Julian, CA:
Julian is an official California Historical Landmark and the hallmark of Julian is apple pie. Julian experienced a gold rush and became a tent city overnight. In April 1870, the area’s first saw mill was set up and Julian began to take on a more permanent structure. Attempts to build rival mining towns at Coleman City, Branson City and Eastwood were defeated. Owners of the Cuyamaca rancho Land Grant claimed (the Cuyamaca Land Float) Julian and its mines were within the Rancho boundaries. In 1873, the courts ruled that the Rancho did not include Julian and the mines.
While the miners were trying to wrestle the gold from deep within the earth, James Madison brought a wagon load of young apple trees up into the mountains. The fruit trees flourished in the clear, fresh air. Apples are still a big product in Julian, many of which are used for making the world-famous Julian apple pies.
Julian is located in a mixed pine-oak woodland at 4,235 feet above sea level. Precipitation averages 26 inches (66 cm) per year, notably higher than rainfall totals in coastal and desert areas of San Diego County, due to the orographic effect. Julian experiences more extreme temperatures and greater precipitation than much of southern California. It also receives snow in winter, which accumulates the most in March and can occur as late as April or even May. This attracts people from San Diego and other coastal cities, where it does not snow. Average yearly snowfall from 1893 to 2012 has been 22 inches
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