THERE MAY BE A TRADE IN YOUR FUTURE

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Real Estate Agent with CB Sky Ridge Realty

Have you ever had a desire to go where it is less crowded and enjoy the peace and quiet of the mountains.  If so, let me share some information with you.  I have a client that recently did a partial split of a major property in Lassen County, home of Lake Almanor, Eagle Lake and Lassen National Volcanic Park and is looking to sell any or all of the properties or trade for properties in Southern California. There are four lots and a ranchette available for a total of 154 acres.  The parcel split map will be approved by the county September 3, 2008. A brief description of the properties follows.

The home is on 20 acres on Honey View Lane in Milford, California.  This 2200 square foot home has four bedrooms, two and one half baths with a Country kitchen and a large family room with a stone fireplace.  Natural spring water supplies the property.  Included in the price are a 10kw backup generator, two propane tanks and a tractor.  The property is listed for $465,000.

Lots A and R, are 54 acres and 40 acres and rise in elevation for a panoramic view of Honey Lake Valley and Thompson Peak   Lot A is priced at $269,000 and Lot R is priced at $279,000.

Lots B and D are both 20 acres and have a fantastic view of Honey Lake.  The lots are on a gentle slope populated with mature pines and oaks.  Lot B and D are both priced at $179,000 each.

These properties offer access to hunting, fishing and skiing in the surrounding areas providing you with the opportunity to get out of the city and enjoy living in an outdoors utopia.  

Keep in mind that rural prices did not over inflate; consequently, property values are in line for building or renting. 

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