1.73ac – Power, Water, View, Golf, Lake and More!

October 3, 2013 by · Leave a Comment 

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1.73ac - Power, Water, View, Golf, Lake and More!

1.73ac - Power, Water, View, Golf, Lake and More!



This parcel is located within the luscious green mountains of Bear Valley Springs! It’s the perfect location for permanent or vacation living. Simply being a property owner within Bear Valley Springs entitles you to the association amenities including: The Bear Valley Springs Country Club & Golf Course, Tennis Courts, Equestrian Center, Horse Trails, Rifle Range, Swimming Pool, Indoor Recreation Center (with hot tub), Dog Park, Campgrounds, Lakes and Wilderness area (most of which are within a 15-minute drive from your parcel!). Bear Valley Springs’ elevation ranges between 4,118 feet to 6,934 feet (Bear Mountain) and has an estimated population of around 7,500 people, while the Greater Tehachapi Area has an estimate population of 35,000! With the area being so close to Tehachapi and Bakersfield, you are bound to have the adventure of a lifetime!

Please keep in mind that HOA fees of approximately $115 per month (from date of purchase until June 30, 2015) will be collected by HOA upon purchase of the property.



Highlights of this Parcel!
• Water AND Electricity going directly to the parcel!
• Parcel located on a paved road!
• Just a 36-minute drive to Tehachapi!
*Tehachapi is filled with hotels, name-brand stores, shopping and restaurants… even Starbucks!*
• Only 1 hour 13 minute drive to Bakersfield!

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  • Assessor Parcel Number (APN): 344-221-08
  • Parcel Location: Latitude/Longitude = 35.185936, -118.60384

This 1.73-acre parcel is located near Bear Valley Springs, CA. Bear Valley Springs has much to offer both for recreational enthusiasts and adventure-seekers as well as local residents and their families. The city is located in the Southern California Tehachapi Mountains at southeastern end of California’s Central Valley. Bear Valley Springs is located a short 120 miles from Los Angeles and the Pacific Ocean. From Bear Valley Springs you are never more than a two-hour drive from the mountains, beaches, cultural centers and museums, and all the attractions that make Southern California one of the world’s most popular destinations. The climate is dry and mild in all four seasons. Low humidity and lots of sunshine provide a pleasant, year-round climate that allows everyone to enjoy the outdoors.


Directions To Parcel

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Starting from Tehachapi McDonald’s Driving directions to Stirrup Way:
1. Head south on Tucker Rd toward W Valley Blvd for 85 ft
2. Take the 1st right onto CA-202/W Valley Blvd for 6.8 mi
3. Turn right onto Cummings Valley Rd for 0.4 mi
4. Take the 1st right onto Bear Valley Rd for 3.8 mi
5. Turn right onto Jacaranda Dr for 3.4 mi
6. Turn left onto Stirrup Way for 0.6 mi

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Kern County


What’s Happening in Kern County, California?

Kern County has grown tremendously in recent years. From 1990 to 2000 the population has grown over 21 percent and another 22 percent jump from 2000 to 2009! Don’t expect this growth to stop anytime soon!

County Profile

Kern County was named for Edward M. Kern, the topographer who accompanied explorer John C. Frémont. The county is one of 58 counties in California. The county seat in Bakersfield is located in the Central Valley of California. Of all the nation’s counties, Kern ranks #2 in production of grapes; #2 in production of cotton; #9 in production of oranges; #8 in production of plums and prunes; and #2 in production of watermelons (1997 Census of Agriculture).

Nearby Surroundings

Bakersfield

Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield
Rabobank Arena in Bakersfield

Bakersfield Marriott Hotel

Bakersfield Marriott Hotel

Bakersfield, with its shopping malls, theaters, concert and sports arenas, parks, hotels, libraries and hospitals, is the county seat of Kern County. It has all the conveniences and necessities of a modern city.

Tehachapi

Shopping, banking and dining in Tehachapi

Shopping, banking and dining in Tehachapi

Albertsons in Tehachapi

Albertsons in Tehachapi

The mountain town of Tehachapi is about a 30-minute drive from Bear Valley Springs! Available there are new, name-brand hotels and grocery stores, shopping, banking…even Starbucks!

Bear Valley Springs

Welcome to Oak Tree Country Club!

Welcome to Oak Tree Country Club!

Wildlife In Bear Valley Springs

Wildlife In Bear Valley Springs

Bear Valley Springs Association is complete with a post office, fire department… even a market! Nearby Tehachapi has a quaint, small-town feel, but is right on Hwy 58, making travel to other areas simple and convenient.

Things to do near Bear Valley Springs

Adventure

Rafting on the Kern River

Welcome to thrill seeker paradise! The Kern River Valley area is a top destination for whitewater sports. Rock-climbing and exploring opportunities are yours at nearby Red Rock Canyon. Our desert boasts clear gliding conditions, while both the valley and desert offer premiere skydiving.

Golfing

Golfing in Bear Valley Springs

Kern County has more than thirteen golf courses to choose from. The Tierra Del Sol Championship Golf Course and California City’s own public golf course are both located in the heart of California City adjacent to California City’s Central Park and its Central Park Lake.

Camping

Red Rock Canyon State Park

Stunning views of majestic rock formations await you at the campground at Red Rock Canyon State Park. Lakeside and riverside camping opportunities abound at Lake Isabella and the Kern River.

Fishing

Lake Isabella

Kern County is an angler’s dream. Fishing is open year round at Lake Isabella and sections of the Kern River. Whether you prefer easily accessible lakeside fishing or stream fishing in the Kern River, we have just the spot.

Water

French Gulch Marina

Although the Kern River is world-renowned for its whitewater activities, you may prefer to boat, sail, jet ski or windsurf at nearby Lake Isabella. Most of Lake Isabella’s waterfront is easily accessible to the public! Watercraft rentals are available at the French Gulch Marina just north of the City of Lake Isabella.

Winter Sport

Snowboard

Kern County has plenty to keep winter visitors busy with plenty of snow play along with downhill and cross-country skiing. At Alta Sierra, a short 35-minute drive from the City of Lake Isabella, snow boarding and skiing runs await you in winter.

Off-Road/MotoCross

Cal City MX Park

Jawbone Canyon Recreation Area and Dove Springs Off-Highway Vehicle Area, well known for off-road fun, are just 15 minutes and 30 minutes respectively from the property and California City. (For your convenience, the local 76 gas station even sells VP fuel right out of the pump!) California City is home to the Desert Incident Response Team (D.I.R.T.) which consists of police, ambulance, and fire department volunteers dedicated to all OHV riders during long weekends and holidays. Also, one of the best MotoCross tracks in California, Cal City MX Park, is here in California City! Borax Bill Park, less than 2000 feet from the motocross park, has camping, water, picnic benches, barbecue grills, flush toilets, showers and a nearby refuse station.

Family Outings & Activities

Silver Saddle Ranch & Club

Archery, tennis, horseback riding, cycling, trap & skeet, miniature golf and more are just minutes away at the popular Silver Saddle Ranch & Club. In addition, California City’s Central Park offers a pleasant area in which to swim, take a leisurely walk, or golf.

Tehachapi Mountains

Unobstructed views of the sunset over the Tehachapi Mountains!

California City's Central Park Lake

California City's Central Park Lake

California City's Central Park

Playground and picnic area at California City's Central Park


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