2.5 Acres in Mojave California. Nestled between the Soledad Mountain and Rosamond Hill. Spectacular mountain views on this flat residential land.
Price: All Cash Discount $1,998. OR Terms: $100 Down and $100/Month for 48 months; 0% interest and no fees!
We make it super easy to own land. We accept credit cards, bankwire transfers, cashiers checks and money orders. Buy property right on our website with a credit card. We offer owner financing on just about all of our properties. Just ask and we can work something out.
Mojave wants you to feel welcome, and they are eager to share their community, their services and their industry with you!
This property is located south of the city of Mojave in Kern County. Home of America’s first civilian spaceport and a nexus of transportation modes, Mojave offers room to grow, exciting vistas to see and a rich history to savor. Mojave has a dynamic, diverse community that hasn’t lost the best in what being a ‘small town’ is all about.
A growing community. Enjoy the Wonderful 4 Seasons Weather. Just On the western edge of the Mojave Desert and the eastern foothills of the Tehachapi Mountains, Mojave is uniquely located at the cross-roads of two major highways and is central to many aviation, historical, and natural treasures and activities.Our list below samples just a few of the unique opportunities available to those who visit Mojave.
Soledad Mountain Mining District – Southwest of Mojave on Silver Queen Road off Highway 14. Gold and silver mining location since the 1890’s. Plans are underway to revive the historic Golden Queen Mine. The mining ghost towns of Garlock, Ransburg, and Johannesburg in the Rand Mining District. Take Highway 14; 25 miles north to the intersection of the Red Rock-Ransburg Road to visit historic mining communities of Ransburg and Johannesburg.
Famous Tehachapi Loop railroad site – west of Tehachapi, visible from Freeway 58 near Broome Road interchange, and on Tehachapi-Woodford Road. Historic railroad loop designed by William Hood in 1876 to help the Southern Pacific Railroad gain the summit of Tehachapi Pass. Perhaps the most famous railroad engineering site in the United States. For over 30 years, the mountains and foothills surrounding Mojave are home to wind farms generating electricity for Southern California.
Known as the Tehachapi-Mojave Wind Resource Area, the area is considered one of the premier places in the nation for wind power and plays an important part in enabling the state attain its renewable energy goals.
DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS GREAT OPPORTUNITY!!