20 acres at the Base of Nine Mile in Lassen County, CA

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.

Payment Options

Cash Price

$15,600
Deposit $500 Reserve Now

Owner Finance

$325/mo 60 months
Deposit $500 Reserve Now

Payment Note(s)

If you are interested in reserving this parcel, click “Reserve Now” button for any of the payment options. You will be redirected to our payment page to make the initial reservation payment.

Description

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. An article entitled “The Lassen Effect” focuses on the beauty of nearby Lassen National Park from National Parks Conservation Association quarterly magazine. A link to the article is here: https://www.npca.org/articles/1156-the-lassen-effect

There is NO HOA, HOA Fees or time limit to build.

Some nearby landowners have developed their properties with site-built homes, small farms and ranches (see aerial photos for examples).

There are easements in place for Ingress, Egress and Utilities. Electricity and gas would be provided by Surprise Valley Electricity. Contact their Alturas office with any questions: (530) 233-3511.

Water well and septic installation would be handled through the Lassen County Environmental Health Department. A link to their website is here: http://www.lassencounty.org/dept/environmental-health/water-quality-program

To understand the zoning designation for this property please click on the link for the Lassen County CA Zoning Code and review the “Upland Conservation 2” or “U-C-2” definition to understand permitted uses.

https://www.qcode.us/codes/lassencounty/

Property Information

Parcel Size

20 Acres

State

California

County

Lassen County

Nearest Cities

Madeline

Parcel #

031-180-15-11

Address

534785 West Side Road, Termo, CA 96132

Legal Description

Lot 863 as shown on that certain map entitled “Moon Valley Ranch Unit No. 4”, filed January 28, 1971 in the office of the County Recorder of Lassen County, California, in Book 8 of Maps at page 8.

Features

Acres

20

Acres

Dimension

650′ x 1,341′

Dimension

County

Lassen County

County

Power

Nearby

Power

Water

None

Water

Coordinates

40.94289 -120.6024

Coordinates

Zoning

Residential

Zoning

Elevation

5,300 ft

Elevation

Purchase Information/Fees

$295

Doc Fee

A additional fee of $295 to reserve the property is required to begin the purchase process. This is a non-refundable fee.

$0

Closing Fee

We do not charge closing fees. If buyer chooses to secure title insurance for the property, that would be their financial obligation.

varies

Misc Fee

Miscellaneous fees include property taxes and HOA dues. These vary by property and are prorated over a twelve month period. Additionally, any HOA transfer fees are due at the conclusion of the payment period.

Nearby Attractions/City

Whitinger Mountain

Whitinger Mountain is in the Summits category for Lassen County in the state of California. Whitinger Mountain is displayed on the Whitinger Mountain USGS quad topo map. The latitude and longitude coordinates of Whitinger Mountain are 40.9621173, -120.6535669 and the approximate elevation is 7,031 feet (2,143 meters) above sea level.

Lassen National Forest

Separated from the more heavily populated and intensively used areas of the Sacramento Valley by the main Sierra Nevada mountain ranges, the Modoc lies in the extreme northeast corner of California. The topography is diverse, ranging from the forested Warner Mountain range in the east, to the high plateaus dominated by sage steppe and ancient lava flows around Alturas, and culminating at the Medicine Highlands (the largest shield volcano in North America) in the west.
The high desert climate in the valley areas consists of four distinct seasons and an average precipitation of 13 inches, a large part of which comes in the form of snow during the winter months of December to March.
Elevation levels in the Modoc range from 9,906 feet at Eagle Peak in the South Warner Wilderness, to 4,000 feet in the valleys.