Awesome 2.1 Acres of vacant land on Mandrill Street in Newberry Springs.
Nice property with beautiful views to every direction.
This is in a really nice area of Newberry Springs.
Easy access in any type of car.
Power is on the lot. There are quite a few homes in the vicinity.
Neighbor's fences are bordering the east and north sides of the property.
Great Parcel At A Nice Low Price.
Assessor Parcel Number: 0515-0000 San Bernardino County
Legal Description: Tract 5340 Lot 137 Ex 1/2 Int Min Rts.
Coordinates to Southwest corner: 34.892290, -116.723025
Lot dimensions are 313' X 292' feet.
Access: Mandrill Street.
Water: Common options for household water would be: A) Drilling a well. B) Have it hauled to a storage tank.
Sewer: By installing a septic system.
Utilities: Overhead power is on the lot.
Time Limit to Build: None
Association Dues: None
Title: Free and clear and will be conveyed by a Grant Deed.
Annual taxes: Taxes are paid current.
This Parcel Is Available With Easy Owner Finance At These Terms:
Purchase price is get started: A Down Payment of + Closing Costs of is to be paid via Paypal or Zelle.
I will email the buyer a Paypal invoice upon being notified you wish to purchase this property.
Remaining balance of financed via Contract for Deed with 3 options to choose from:
A) 20 Months with 5% interest, monthly payment of 30 Months with 6% interest, monthly payment of 40 Months with 7% interest, monthly payment of per month for prepayment of property tax shall be added to monthly payment.
A Contract for Deed will be promptly sent to the buyer upon receipt of Down Payment.
A free and clear marketable title is guaranteed. A Grant Deed will be issued upon completion of payments.
I encourage my buyers to use the land while on contract, enjoy it, make small improvements, etc. I want to sell this land, however, I am not interested in being a "Landlord" with "Tenants"...
That being said, if your intention is to live on this land right away - then you must also pay for it in full right away - 100% use requires 100% ownership.
I need to mention this because I've had a few folks who presumptuously assumed since they paid a few hundred dollars to get into a land contract, they can now "move right in" and do as they please...