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1 Harrod Road

Lucerne Valley, CA 92356
  • $12,500
  • STATUS: SOLD
  • ON SITE: 239 Days
  • ID#: HD23196187
Sold - 12/29/2023
$12,500
SOLD - 12/29/2023
  • 0
    BEDS
  • 10.4
    ACRES
  • 0
    BATHS
  • 0
    1/2 BATHS
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Lucerne Valley, California, is famous for hosting the prestigious "King of the Hammers" off-road race and its stunning desert landscapes. It's a small, agricultural town known for its apple orchards and a peaceful, rural lifestyle. The area also attracts rockhounding enthusiasts and offers proximity to outdoor recreation in places like Big Bear Lake and the San Bernardino National Forest. This is a Resource Conservation Zoned Land (RC). Some allowed used for this zoning are Crop production: This refers to the cultivation of crops such as grains, vegetables, or fruits. Horticulture: This involves the cultivation of plants, including flowers, shrubs, and trees, for ornamental or decorative purposes. Orchard: An area used for cultivating fruit-bearing trees like apple, pear, or cherry trees. Vineyard: A specific area for growing grapevines, usually for wine production. Pond: This refers to the creation of artificial ponds for various purposes, such as irrigation, recreation, or wildlife habitat. Accessory use or structure - Residential: This often includes structures like garages, sheds, or other ancillary buildings that support the primary residential structure. Guest housing: This allows for the construction of housing units intended for guests, such as a guesthouse. Accessory dwelling unit: Often abbreviated as ADU, these are secondary housing units located on the same property as the primary dwelling. They can be used for various purposes, such as housing family members, renting, or as an extra living space. Single dwelling: The primary residential structure for a single h Lucerne Valley, California, is famous for hosting the prestigious "King of the Hammers" off-road race and its stunning desert landscapes. It's a small, agricultural town known for its apple orchards and a peaceful, rural lifestyle. The area also attracts rockhounding enthusiasts and offers proximity to outdoor recreation in places like Big Bear Lake and the San Bernardino National Forest. This is a Resource Conservation Zoned Land (RC). Some allowed used for this zoning are Crop production: This refers to the cultivation of crops such as grains, vegetables, or fruits. Horticulture: This involves the cultivation of plants, including flowers, shrubs, and trees, for ornamental or decorative purposes. Orchard: An area used for cultivating fruit-bearing trees like apple, pear, or cherry trees. Vineyard: A specific area for growing grapevines, usually for wine production. Pond: This refers to the creation of artificial ponds for various purposes, such as irrigation, recreation, or wildlife habitat. Accessory use or structure - Residential: This often includes structures like garages, sheds, or other ancillary buildings that support the primary residential structure. Guest housing: This allows for the construction of housing units intended for guests, such as a guesthouse. Accessory dwelling unit: Often abbreviated as ADU, these are secondary housing units located on the same property as the primary dwelling. They can be used for various purposes, such as housing family members, renting, or as an extra living space. Single dwelling: The primary residential structure for a single household. Produce stands (200 sq. ft. or less on lots that are 10,000 sq. ft. or greater): Small stands where farmers or property owners can sell their agricultural products to the public, subject to specific size and lot requirements. Accessory structures and uses: This is a general category that includes various ancillary structures or uses related to the main land use, such as tool sheds, workshops, or other support facilities. This comprehensive list of permissible land uses underscores the versatility and potential for embracing a rural lifestyle in Newberry Springs while engaging in various agricultural and residential activities. It's important to note that while these uses may not require a planning permit, there may still be other regulations or guidelines to follow, such as building codes and environmental restrictions.

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1 Harrod Road Lucerne Valley, CA 92356

  • Price: $12,500
  • Status: SOLD
  • On Site: 239 Days
  • Updated: 105 min ago
  • ID#: HD23196187
0
Beds
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Baths
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10.4
Acres
Neighborhood:
Lucerne Valley (92356)
County:
San Bernardino
Area:
Lucerne Valley (92356)
Property Description
Lucerne Valley, California, is famous for hosting the prestigious "King of the Hammers" off-road race and its stunning desert landscapes. It's a small, agricultural town known for its apple orchards and a peaceful, rural lifestyle. The area also attracts rockhounding enthusiasts and offers proximity to outdoor recreation in places like Big Bear Lake and the San Bernardino National Forest. This is a Resource Conservation Zoned Land (RC). Some allowed used for this zoning are Crop production: This refers to the cultivation of crops such as grains, vegetables, or fruits. Horticulture: This involves the cultivation of plants, including flowers, shrubs, and trees, for ornamental or decorative purposes. Orchard: An area used for cultivating fruit-bearing trees like apple, pear, or cherry trees. Vineyard: A specific area for growing grapevines, usually for wine production. Pond: This refers to the creation of artificial ponds for various purposes, such as irrigation, recreation, or wildlife habitat. Accessory use or structure - Residential: This often includes structures like garages, sheds, or other ancillary buildings that support the primary residential structure. Guest housing: This allows for the construction of housing units intended for guests, such as a guesthouse. Accessory dwelling unit: Often abbreviated as ADU, these are secondary housing units located on the same property as the primary dwelling. They can be used for various purposes, such as housing family members, renting, or as an extra living space. Single dwelling: The primary residential structure for a single h Lucerne Valley, California, is famous for hosting the prestigious "King of the Hammers" off-road race and its stunning desert landscapes. It's a small, agricultural town known for its apple orchards and a peaceful, rural lifestyle. The area also attracts rockhounding enthusiasts and offers proximity to outdoor recreation in places like Big Bear Lake and the San Bernardino National Forest. This is a Resource Conservation Zoned Land (RC). Some allowed used for this zoning are Crop production: This refers to the cultivation of crops such as grains, vegetables, or fruits. Horticulture: This involves the cultivation of plants, including flowers, shrubs, and trees, for ornamental or decorative purposes. Orchard: An area used for cultivating fruit-bearing trees like apple, pear, or cherry trees. Vineyard: A specific area for growing grapevines, usually for wine production. Pond: This refers to the creation of artificial ponds for various purposes, such as irrigation, recreation, or wildlife habitat. Accessory use or structure - Residential: This often includes structures like garages, sheds, or other ancillary buildings that support the primary residential structure. Guest housing: This allows for the construction of housing units intended for guests, such as a guesthouse. Accessory dwelling unit: Often abbreviated as ADU, these are secondary housing units located on the same property as the primary dwelling. They can be used for various purposes, such as housing family members, renting, or as an extra living space. Single dwelling: The primary residential structure for a single household. Produce stands (200 sq. ft. or less on lots that are 10,000 sq. ft. or greater): Small stands where farmers or property owners can sell their agricultural products to the public, subject to specific size and lot requirements. Accessory structures and uses: This is a general category that includes various ancillary structures or uses related to the main land use, such as tool sheds, workshops, or other support facilities. This comprehensive list of permissible land uses underscores the versatility and potential for embracing a rural lifestyle in Newberry Springs while engaging in various agricultural and residential activities. It's important to note that while these uses may not require a planning permit, there may still be other regulations or guidelines to follow, such as building codes and environmental restrictions.
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