80 acres 0.25 mi North of California City Blvd, 0.75 miles West of the 14 Frwy and 2 miles north of the 58 frwy, Mojave
Price $249,000 with terms or cash. The approximate Southwest corner of the property is: Mojave, CA 93501 35.129142, -118.146240
Buy with as little as 20% down, seller will finance the balance with approved credit.
Vacant land all usable gently slopes down to the east at about 1½% grade. Kern Co. Zone A-1. 1320 feet N-S by 2640 feet E-W with direct access to California City Blvd from the west line. Direct access to and from the 58 and 14 Frwy. At elevation 2920. No utilities. N1/2 of SW 1/4 of Sec 20, T32S, R36E. ATN 225-284-18 & 19
ALSO AVAILABLE 17.8 acres on California City Blvd, 0.75 miles West of the 14 Frwy and 2 miles north of the 58 frwy, Mojave Price $65,000 with terms or cash. Buy with as little as 20% down, seller will finance the balance with approved credit.
Vacant land all usable Kern Co. Zone A-1. 660 feet N-S and 1320 feet E-W. Direct access to and from the 58 and 14 Frwy. At elevation 2920. No utilities. S1/2 OF SE1/4 OF SW1/4 SEC 20, T 32 S, R 36 E, M. D. B. M. ATN 225-284-22
At the junction of Hwy 14 and Hwy 58, in East Kern County, Mojave is a oasis for tired travelers, truckers, and commuters. Fast-food restaurants and service stations line both sides of the highway.
The Mojave airport employs people from all parts of the Antelope Valley. Burt and Dick Rutan, designers and builders of the famous Voyager Aircraft and Rotary Rocket, developers of a new rotor-landing spacecraft, are an example of commercial tenants there.
With a population of about 4,000, Mojave is small but probably the most important transportation center in the High Desert. According to Caltran’s estimates, over 30,000 vehicles pass through the main intersection of Hwy 58 and Hwy 14 every day. That total will increase to 61,600 vehicles by the year 2020 – just during weekdays.