I hope that you, or someone you know, might want to own one or both of these secluded land parcels, which are being sold by the college fund for my grand kids. Yes, it's true, three-quarters of a mile to the north there are several houses along Golden Street. And, yes, it's true, a quarter mile to the north there is a house at the northwest corner of Sunflower and Center, and a big old fire hydrant in the street. But, other than that, there's pretty much nothing but bugs and bunnies here, and you can still see to the horizon.
The two-acre parcel is 420 feet in the east-west direction, and 207+ feet in the north-south direction. The three-acre parcel is the same 420 feet in the east-west direction, and 311+ feet in the north-south direction. Neither parcel fronts on Center Avenue, which adds to the seclusion.
Get there by starting at the Elementary School at the corner of Calle Los Amigos and Sunburst Ave. Go east on Calle Los Amigos half a mile Border Ave. Continue east another half a mile, as Calle Los Amigos gets renamed as "Broadway", to Center Ave. (I am not sure what it is the actual "Center" of.) Turn left (north) on Center, consult the map that shows the parcels, the southern boundary of the three-acre parcel is about 660 feet (264 steps) north of Broadway. The Zip Code is 92252, and the Thomas Map is 4889 E2.
Here are the GPS coordinates of roughly the center of the 3-acre parcel:
Parcel Number: 0605-161-19-0000
Legal Description: It's about half of a page for each parcel, I can fax it to you if you really want it
Here are the GPS coordinates of roughly the center of the 2-acre parcel:
Parcel Number: 0605-161-20-0000
Taxes: Paid and current
Payment: Personal check
No qualifying. No credit check. No down payment.
The 3-acre parcel is valued at $2,600 and the 2-acre parcel is valued at $2,000. However, in the spirit of an orderly liquidation of the college fund for my grand kids, I will accept the best offer for either parcel (or both!). And I will cheerfully agree to almost any reasonable terms that you might suggest for these properties. How's that?