I hope that you, or someone you know, might want to own this 2.50 acre (108,900 square feet) desirable property. The property is shaded on the enclosed map. It has a huge 661+ feet of frontage (more than two football fields) on Amboy Road, and has 164+ feet of frontage on Pearl Spring Ave. You can also see on the map the addresses of the houses in the area. The property is just within the City limits of 29 Palms, two miles north of Highway 62 and only 661 feet east of paved Lear Avenue, at the southwest corner of Amboy and Pearl Spring.
Across the street to the east is the house at 69521 Pearl Spring. There is another house across Amboy Road to the north. Out here there is "elbow room" as the land parcels are large, which makes for an "out in the country" feel even though it's only two miles to the highway. About a mile and a half to the west are rocks and foothills that would be a pleasant hiking destination. Don't step on the tortoises and watch out for the jackrabbits.
Get there via Highway 62 to Lear Avenue. Turn north on Lear and watch your odometer or GPS. Follow the pavement on Lear two miles to Amboy Road and turn right (east). Just past one tenth of a mile, only 661 feet, your new property begins. A small portion of the western part of the lot is reserved for the Pacific Telephone and Telegraph easement, see the map. The rest is available for your future use. The Zip Code is 92277, and the Thomas Map is 4891 C2. Ask me for the aerial photo and the map, it's easy to find.
Attached is an aerial photo of the property. The green arrow points to it. This site does not support a clickable aerial photo, so you will want to copy the links below into a new window.
Legal Description: The North Half of the North Half of the Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quarter of the Northeast Quarter Section 21 T1N R8E 2.5 Acres
This parcel is valued at $5,400. I will carry the zero down financing for 24 months at zero interest ($225 per month) or for 4 years at 9% interest $135 per month), your choice. Please let me know which is better for you.