This offering is comprised of approximately 310.4 acres of privately owned unimproved land, surrounded by U.S. Government owned land with the exception of the adjacent prehistoric Pisgah Crater, currently owned by a multi-national company engaged in the exploration of precious metals and minerals. The offering has the potential for mining of ore and clay. 59725 Highway 66 is located approximately 15 miles west of the historic downtown area of Ludlow in the San Bernardino County, founded in 1883 and named after William Ludlow, primarily as a water stop for the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad with a boom in growth after Ore was discovered in the nearby hills. Highest and best use for the property may include, mining, agricultural, wind/energy farming, and possibly minimal residential use. Best use may also be working in alliance with contiguous owners in mining non-lava materials utilizing the subject property that includes a rail spur and water well. Prospective buyers must consult the County High Desert Planning Department with all proposed uses. Contact Listing Broker for more detail information and current activities in the area. Thank you.
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Listing Agent: Brion Costa
Listing Office: Century 21 Adams & Barnes
Attribution contact: 626-358-1858