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#128706 - 10/05/17 12:44 AM CALIFORNIA MT CAMP, NEAR L.A. FOR ONLY $233,000
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BEAUTIFUL, HUGE TREES ON 72 MOSTLY LEVEL ACRES ON A USFS PERMIT...READY TO DEVELOP. GREAT INFRASTRUCTURE WITH 7 EXISTING BUILDINGS, 100 TENT SITES, AND HORSE CORRALS. ROAD PAVED TO THE DINING HALL. THIS SITE HAS GREAT POTENTIAL AND IS ONLY 1:45 HOURS FROM DOWNTOWN L.A. MUST BE A NON-PROFIT SERVING YOUTH TO BUY. BRING YOUR PROGRAM AND IMAGINATION! CLOSE TO I-5, THIS CAMP IS AT 5,500' ELEVATION AND ENJOYS OCCASIONAL SNOW. CENTRALLY LOCATED BETWEEN L.A., PALMDALE, BAKERSFIELD, & VENTURA.
CONTACT CORY JONES AT CALIFORNIACAMPREALTY@GMAIL.COM OR CALL 760-703-2681 TO SET UP A SITE VISIT. smile

CA BRE 01943556/00929625

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#128708 - 10/09/17 11:24 PM Re: CALIFORNIA MT CAMP, NEAR L.A. FOR ONLY $233,000 [Re: CalCampRealty]
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I'm guessing water is from well and septic is from leech field? Or are they hooked up to utilities?

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#128709 - 10/11/17 01:38 PM Re: CALIFORNIA MT CAMP, NEAR L.A. FOR ONLY $233,000 [Re: goldentree]
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There is a high output well and a large, steel water tank. Leach fields are used for septic. The underground electric utilizes oversized conduit and wiring. Propane is used.

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#128711 - 10/12/17 02:45 PM Re: CALIFORNIA MT CAMP, NEAR L.A. FOR ONLY $233,000 [Re: CalCampRealty]
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I'm selling a mountain camp 1:30 HOURS EAST OF L.A. List price is $1,700,000.....but make an offer! All utilities are connected to local town, including natural gas. Needs overhaul, you can build cabins up to 200 beds. Call me at 760-703-2681.

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#128712 - 10/12/17 11:04 PM Re: CALIFORNIA MT CAMP, NEAR L.A. FOR ONLY $233,000 [Re: CalCampRealty]
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Do you have information on the 7 existing buildings? Based on your location description, I'm guessing this is somewhere in the San Gabriel Mountains?

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