0.17-acre Gem in San Bernardino County! Explore Joshua Tree National Park Here!
Great living awaits you on this 0.17-acre gem in Twentynine Palms, California.
There is an additional $200 document fee to get started. Once you have completed the payment you will receive an email with further instructions to complete the purchase contract.
Owner financing is available for some lots, call for details.
Great living awaits you on this 0.17-acre gem in Twentynine Palms, California. This property is nestled on a prime location away from all the noise of the city. With its close proximity to the stunning Joshua Tree National Park, this lot is a steal.
Like most settlements in the high desert, Twentynine Palms is built along Highway 62, the main thoroughfare that leads from Interstate 10 through Joshua Tree and on toward Arizona. Though linked by dusty roads to nearby cities and the national park, the more isolated Twentynine Palms feels distinct from its neighbors: Vibrating just beneath the serene city is an offbeat energy that thrives on the outskirts of civilization.
This property won’t last so call us now to learn more of the offer!
A additional fee of $200 to reserve the property is required to begin the purchase process. This is a non-refundable fee.
Note Service Fee
There is a $10 per month fee for owner financed options.
We estimate the annual tax for this property at $216/yr prorated monthly.
Twentynine Palms (City)
Twentynine Palms, California is the home of Joshua Tree National Park headquarters and north entrance, and it is the official Gateway to the new Mojave Trails National Monument. Nestled in the Mojave Desert, its sprawling terrain is scattered with monolithic rocks and sprinkled with wildflowers during the spring season. Its skies are painted with color at dawn and dusk, with night skies bringing an abundance of stars and the stunning Milky Way. Also home to the 29 Palms Marine Base since 1952, this friendly community attracts artists and those seeking wide open spaces where peace and quiet flourish. Stargazing, hiking, rock climbing, wildlife, bird watching, wildflowers, cultural arts, events, food and lodging, desert hospitality, and rich history in 29! It’s the perfect desert getaway.
Cleghorn Lakes Wilderness
The Cleghorns are dry lakes plunked near the middle of Cleghorn Lakes Wilderness, an area of remarkably different resources. The eastern portion rises into the rugged Bullion Mountains, while the western section stretches out into a vast alluvial desert slope, or bajada. Elevations range from more than 4,100 feet across the four-mile reach of the mountains to 1,400 feet on the desert floor. Bighorn sheep roam the mountains, and the desert tortoise prowls the lowlands. Some of the washes are adorned with gardens of barrel cactuses and smoke trees (almost leafless trees with gray twigs that appear surrounded by a smoky haze from a distance). The lakes will occasionally erupt into spring wildflower bloom. A non-Wilderness road corridor splits off the northwest corner of the Wilderness and leads to the Twentynine Palms Marine Corps Base. You’ll find no trails, but old tracks lead into the area.