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This is a 20.10 acre homesite located at the base of Dry Valley Ridge. The property is located at the intersection of Westside Road and Heron Road. While there is quite a bit of BLM (Bureau of Land Management) property and national forests in this region of California, it is rare for us to have a property in our inventory that is actually adjacent to BLM land.
Access to water lines in this area is quite rare, making this property a great investment.
This is a 5.10 +/- acre tract located in Block 3, Section 24 of Pecos County, Texas. Buyer would need to have a survey completed. The property is only feet from county water line that runs along Border Road.
This is a 20 acre homesite in Lassen County with direct access on West Side Road (just off Termo Grasshopper Road) and utilities are located at the lot line serviced by Surprise Valley Electric. There are some homes across West Side Road from this property. The aerial images included in this listing were taken in February of this year showing the true natural beauty of this property and the peaceful surroundings.
How to Purchase a Property
Select a Property
Reserve the property, and complete the checkout form to make a deposit of $$$ to reserve the parcel.
We will then prepare a land purchase agreement for your review. Sign and return.
Close on Property
We'll begin the closing process either in-house or through a third party like a title company to complete the land sale.
We founded Century Tree Investments as a real estate investment vehicle in 2008 and discovered the beauty and simplicity of rural, undeveloped land in 2015. The possibilities of vacant land are endless: vacationing, homesteading, retirement… the list goes on. Build your dream house or a vacation get away, park an RV, pop a tent, get off the grid and out into nature. The list goes on. The point is that everyone’s desires are a little different. Rural, undeveloped land is a blank slate for you to pursue your own dreams.
I am an urban planner by degree and professional experience. I have worked on a wide variety of land planning projects all over the country. I found that I loved talking with end users, site visits and developing value analysis. However, as my family grew I discovered that the travel I once enjoyed became something I dreaded. I wanted to build something from the ground up. Something that would allow me to stay close to home but challenge me and allow me to stay engaged. Century Tree Investments is the result of this effort.