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0 The Old Road
Castaic, CA 91384


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Property Remarks

Bring all Offers for this unique mixed-use development opportunity; invest in this 47-acre Los Angeles County land; Approved Tentative Tract Map entitled for a subdivision of 70 Single Family Home Lots and 3 Commercial lots:*Residential lots: 5,000 to 18,000 SF*Area Homes: $500,000's to $1,000,000+*Commercial: 3 lots totaling 5 acres*Commercial lots: Approved for 70,000SF of Office Bldgs. Utilities are at the site. Within transportation and employment corridors. Near shopping and good schools. Balanced grading (640,000 CY cut/fill); level and hillside terrain. Approved Final EIR. Convenient Fwy access and great I-5 visibility for commercial lots. Lake and hillside views. An infill project adjacent to residential and commercial use. Amenities: City of Santa Clarita Adjacent; Hasley Canyon & Hwy 126 Commerce centers; Castaic Lake Rec. Area /Marina: boating, fishing, trails & parks; Castaic Sport Complex

Property Details

MLS#
17197212
Days on Market
301
Source of Lot Size
Public Records
Units Per Acre
2-5 Units/Acre

Location

State
CA
County
Los Angeles
Zip Code
91384

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Listing provided courtesy of Bahram Safavi , Bahram Safavi


Exterior

Lot Acreage
47.25
Distance To Electric
IN THE FRONTAGE RD
Distance To Gas
IN THE FRONTAGE RD
Distance To Phone Service
IN THE FRONTAGE RD
Distance To Water
IN THE FRONTAGE RD
distance_water
IN THE FRONTAGE RD
Waterfront
No

Water
In Street

Additional Property Details

Horse Property
No
Zoning
LCRPD90006
Telephone Available
In Street
Public Street
No

Lot Description
Street Asphalt
5 + Lots
Topography
Varied
View
Lake View
Potential Usage
Mixed Use Residential + Commercial Zoned
Present Use
Vacant

Santa Clarita

Santa Clarita is the third largest city in Los Angeles County. An exciting mix of open land, new developments, and major business keep this growing area regularly featured on lists of best places to live in the United States.

Real Estate:  Santa Clarita consists mostly of newer homes, many inside larger developments and gated communities. There are several different communities spread out over the area and each has its own developments and subdivisions. Major neighborhoods include Canyon Country, Castaic, Newhall, Saugus, Stevenson Ranch, and Valencia. Many developments include a community center and shared pool.

Community Life: In Santa Clarita, you are never far from great hiking but there are also many foot paths (paseos) and community parks as well as golfing. Santa Clarita has an aquatics center with three pools and there is also an ice skating rink. There are several local farmers markets including the Santa Clarita (VCC) Farmer’s Market held every Sunday from 8:30 am to 12pm at College of the Canyons Valencia campus.

Education: Because of its size, Santa Clarita has six different school districts: Castaic Union School District, Newhall School District, Saugus Union School District, Sulphur Springs school District, Acton/Agua Dulce School District, and William S. Hart High School District. The California Institute of the Arts (CalArts), which has educated so many of the great talents in art and animation is located in Valencia. College of the Canyons has two campus locations in Valencia and Canyon Country.

Transportation: Santa Clarita sits between Interstate 5 and the Antelope Valley Freeway (Highway 14). The city has an extensive public transportation network that includes nine local fixed routes within the Santa Clarita Valley; commuter services between Santa Clarita and downtown Los Angeles, Century City, Westwood, Van Nuys, and Warner Center; as well as express bus routes to the San Fernando Valley and Antelope Valley. The 75 vehicle fleet provides service to four million riders annually.

Local Attractions: Six Flags is a popular amusement park that brings many people to the area for fun and thrilling rides each year. The Saugus Café, which opened in 1887 is believed to be one of the oldest restaurants in Los Angeles County.  The William S. Hart Museum is the former retirement home of the famed silent film actor and director who produced a series of hit Western movies in the early 1900s. Mentryville is a former oil boom town that is now a historic landmark.

 

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