This flat, wooded, and buildable homesite is situated in Modoc County. Home to less than 2.5 people per square mile and more than 1.3 million acres of Modoc National Forest, the County is the most pristine and sparsely populated in California.
The property offers easy year round access. It sits on gravel-covered Calamity Road, a short 750 feet from California Pines Boulevard, which is paved and maintained by the County. That means reliable snow service in the winter months.
The other roadways within the subdivision, including Calamity Road, are maintained by the California Pines Property Owners Association (POA). The POA dues are a low $95.00 per year.
Like the surrounding properties, this lot is zoned for residential use. Site built and manufactured homes are permitted. Indeed, there is a very nice looking single-family home on a property just 500 feet down the road from this one. Have no doubt that the area is buildable and livable.
Camping and other recreational uses are also permitted. The County allows for camping for up to 30 days without a permit and without compliance with land use rules and building code requirements.
From the property, it is a quick 20 miles to the town of Alturas, which is the only incorporated city in Modoc County and also the county seat. In Alturas, you’ll find gas, groceries, lodging, a medical center, and other goods and services.
Flat and Heavily Treed
Cellular or Satellite
Pole on Street
Well, Delivery, or Catchment
Would Be Septic
Estimated Annual Taxes
Estimated POA Dues
Free & Clear
Lot 23, Block 6, California Pines Unit 1, a subdivision of the County of Modoc, according to the Official Plat thereof, filed in Book 2 of Maps in Modoc County Records, California.