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0 Violin Canyon Road
Castaic, CA


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Property Remarks

This parcel is part of an approved tract 42537, approved by the County of Los Angeles for development. It is outside Castaic city property in LA County. It has had many studies and lots of documentation to include Sub-tract residential map, conditional use permit information, oak tree study, forest service comments, geo-technical data, school district review, SoCal underground utilities cost study, fire department reviews to mention a few documented items. This property would be an excellent investment, for national or international investors, as this area will be developed in the future. The original developer invested millions to bring the analyses to current status. You as an investor get the advantage of all that analyses investment. There is a location on the property to create a reservoir/lake if approved of about 5-8 acres for recreational use. There is a new 160 acre school district sight well along in progress, see a "google earth" map for proximity, said distance is less than 1 mile directly south of this offered land. Only serious buyer/investors please; sellers jointly want to move forward without delaying tactics or contingencies. If you are ready to evaluate and consider seriously moving forward, agent will provide significant documentation

Property Details

MLS#
SR17127925
Days on Market
73

Location

State
CA
County
Los Angeles

Presented By:

Tony Potts
Brentwood CalBRE# 01969325 310.738.0574 mobile Contact Me Visit My Website

Listing provided courtesy of Richard Zeiler , R L Realty


Exterior

Lot Acreage
157.01
distance_water
Artisian
Waterfront
No

Trees
Oak

Additional Property Details

Horse Property
No
Zoning
LCA22*
Public Street
No
Elevation Above Sea Level
1700

Lot Description
Agricultural
Secluded
Wooded
Usable Land Percent
65
Lot Location
Rural
Topography
Hilly
View
Lake View
Mountain View
Trees/Woods View
Valley View

Santa Clarita

Santa Clarita is the third largest city in Los Angeles County. An exciting mix of open land, new developments, and major business keep this growing area regularly featured on lists of best places to live in the United States.

Real Estate:  Santa Clarita consists mostly of newer homes, many inside larger developments and gated communities. There are several different communities spread out over the area and each has its own developments and subdivisions. Major neighborhoods include Canyon Country, Castaic, Newhall, Saugus, Stevenson Ranch, and Valencia. Many developments include a community center and shared pool.

Community Life: In Santa Clarita, you are never far from great hiking but there are also many foot paths (paseos) and community parks as well as golfing. Santa Clarita has an aquatics center with three pools and there is also an ice skating rink. There are several local farmers markets including the Santa Clarita (VCC) Farmer’s Market held every Sunday from 8:30 am to 12pm at College of the Canyons Valencia campus.

Education: Because of its size, Santa Clarita has six different school districts: Castaic Union School District, Newhall School District, Saugus Union School District, Sulphur Springs school District, Acton/Agua Dulce School District, and William S. Hart High School District. The California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), which has educated so many of the great talents in art and animation is located in Valencia. College of the Canyons has two campus locations in Valencia and Canyon Country.

Transportation: Santa Clarita sits between Interstate 5 and the Antelope Valley Freeway (Highway 14). The city has an extensive public transportation network that includes nine local fixed routes within the Santa Clarita Valley; commuter services between Santa Clarita and downtown Los Angeles, Century City, Westwood, Van Nuys, and Warner Center; as well as express bus routes to the San Fernando Valley and Antelope Valley. The 75 vehicle fleet provides service to four million riders annually.

Local Attractions: Six Flags is a popular amusement park that brings many people to the area for fun and thrilling rides each year. The Saugus Café, which opened in 1887 is believed to be one of the oldest restaurants in Los Angeles County.  The William S. Hart Museum is the former retirement home of the famed silent film actor and director who produced a series of hit Western movies in the early 1900s. Mentryville is a former oil boom town that is now a historic landmark.

 

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