Under Contract

Vast 10-acre in Lucerne Valley! Explore the Desert Landscape here!

Nestled on a prime location in Lucerne Valley, perfect for anyone who wants to escape the city and settle in peace.

Payment Options

Cash Price

$12,000 (25% off) $16,000
$200 deposit Reserve Now

Owner Financing

$289/mo for 60 mo
$585 down Reserve Now

Payment Note(s)

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.


Peaceful location in San Bernardino County, California. This property is nestled on a prime location in Lucerne Valley perfect for anyone who wants to escape the city and settle in peace here. 

Do not miss out on Lucerne Valley and its neighboring cities should you visit Southern California. There’re many things to do there. Plenty of shops with delightful scenery are just some of the activities. Bask in the sunshine and enjoy the fun.

This property won’t last so call us now to learn more of the offer!

Property Information

Parcel Size





San Bernardino

Nearest Cities

Lucerne Valley

Parcel #



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660 x 660

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San Bernardino

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Dirt Road

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34.398957, -116.839598

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3,446 ft

Purchase Information/Fees


Document Fee

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.


Estimated Tax

We estimate the annual tax for this property at $228/yr prorated monthly.

Nearby Attractions/City

Joshua Tree National Park

An enduring symbol of the Mojave Desert, Yucca brevifolia might be the namesake of this national park in the desert east of Los Ange­les, but it’s certainly far from the only thing to see at Joshua Tree. Dozens of trails are open to hiking, biking, and horseback riding, and the stony terrain makes it one of America’s rock­climbing meccas. Spring brings a carpet of wildflow­ers. And the superclear desert night sky makes the park an oasis for stargazing.

The park embraces parts of two distinct deserts—the Mojave and Sonoran—as it tumbles down from the heights into the Coachella Valley near Palm Springs. These two desert systems divide California’s southernmost national park into two arid ecosystems of profoundly contrasting appearance. The key to their differences is elevation.

The west and north park entrances are at the towns of Joshua Tree and Twentynine Palms. From Los Angeles, take I-10 east to Calif. 62 (Twentynine Palms Hwy.) to Twentynine Palms (about 140 miles total). The south entrance is located at Cottonwood Spring, approximately 25 miles east of Indio off I-10.