California Redding Downtown 0.27 Acres Homesite with ALL Utilities
Payment Plan: $698 Down, then $349 per month for 4 years (0% interest, no early prepayment fee) OR Cash Price: $17450. We cover all documentation fees, filing fees, and closing costs if closing with us.
Rural Open Space Living + Urban Amenities! This wooded secluded residential land is located 3 minutes from Redding Down Town Central Business District. All Unities are available Electric, Water, Sewer, Phone, Internet. Easy access to nearby Walmart, grocery stores, schools, medical centers. Very close to the beautiful Sacramento River and Cascade Mountains. Surrounded by 7 national forests many activities in the surrounding area skiing, hiking, fishing, mountain climbing! A great place for a home or to relax. Redding Municipal Airport takes you to San Francisco in 1 hour, and to Los Angeles in 1 hour 45 minutes!
ID: CA_Redding11 State: California County: Shasta County Address: 2853 Olive Avenue, Redding, CA 96001 Size: 0.27 Acres GPS: 40.56887, -122.39892 APN: 104-470-011-000 Title: Free & Clear, Grant Deed Zoning: Residential Altitude: 630 feet Terrain: Level, flat Taxes: $26 per year HOA: None Road: County Road Electric: City Electric Water: City Water Sewer: City Sewer Phone: Cell or Landline Internet: DSL, Cable Mode, Satellite
Redding is the county seat of Shasta County, California. Located in the northern part of California, it lies along the Sacramento River, 162 miles (261 kilometers) north of Sacramento. The city is located at the very northwestern end of the Central Valley, at the foothills of Cascade Mountains. The city is surrounded by mountains to the north, east, and west and fertile farm land to the south. Outermost parts of the city are part of the Cascade foothills, whereas southern and central areas are in the Sacramento Valley. Interstate 5 bisects the entire city from the south to north. Shasta Lake is located 15 miles (24 km) to the north. The 2010 population was 89,861.
Redding is located at the very northwestern end of the Central Valley, at the foothills of Cascade Mountains. The city is surrounded by mountains to the north, east, and west and fertile farm land to the south. Outermost parts of the city are part of the Cascade foothills, whereas southern and central areas are in the Sacramento Valley.
Surrounded by multiple national forests: Shasta-Trinity National Forests are federally designated forests and are the largest National Forest in California. The 2.2 million acre encompasses five wilderness areas, hundreds of mountain lakes and 6,278 miles (10,103 km) of streams and rivers. Major features include Shasta Lake, the largest man-made lake in California and Mount Shasta, elevation 14,179 feet (4,322 m). The Shasta-Trinity National Forests offer a wide range of recreational activities. Some of these include hiking, backpacking, mountain climbing, horseback riding, camping, boating, fishing, hunting, sightseeing, downhill skiing and riding, snowboarding, cross-country skiing, and snowmobiling. (Website)
Six Rivers National Forest is a U.S. National Forest located in the northwestern corner of California. Its over one million acres (4,000 km2) of land contain a variety of ecosystems and 137,000 acres (550 km2) of old growth forest. The forest is named after the Eel, Van Duzen, Klamath, Trinity, Mad, and Smith rivers, which pass through or near the forests boundaries. The forest has 366 miles (589 km) of wild and scenic rivers, six distinct botanical areas, and public-use areas for camping, hiking, and fishing. (Website)
Klamath National Forest is a 1.7 million acre (2,715 sq mi; 7,033 km2) national forest, in the Klamath Mountains. The forest contains continuous stands of ponderosa pine, Jeffrey pine, Douglas fir, red fir, white fir and incense cedar. This park includes the Kangaroo Lake and the Sawyers Bar Catholic Church is located within the boundaries of the Forest. (Website)
Modoc National Forest is a 1.6 million acre (6,695 km2) national forest in northeastern California. Due to the elevation and precipitation differences, the forests hosts a large number of plant species. The western side of the brushy foothills consist mostly of bitterbrush and curl-leaf mahogany. As elevation increases, forests of ponderosa pine, white and red firs, incense cedar, and aspen give way to lodgepole and western white pines sprinkle towards the summit. (Website)
Shopping Centers: Cobblestone Shopping Center Cypress Square Shopping Center Mt. Shasta Mall
Museums, Arts and Public Buildings: Calatrava Sculpture Sculpture park at City Hall Sundial Bridge at Turtle Bay Shasta Historical Society Carnegie Library Pilgrim Congregational Church Sundial Bridge The Cascade Theater Redding Civic Auditorium Riverfront Amphitheater Old City Hall Riverfront Playhouse Redding Improv Players
College and Universities: Shasta College Simpson University Shasta Bible College and Graduate School Redding Institute of Technology Shasta School of Cosmetology
High Schools: Shasta High School Enterprise High School Foothill High School Pioneer High School Freedom High School University Preparatory School North State Independence High School Redding Christian High School Liberty Christian High School
Charter Schools: Monarch Learning Center Stellar Charter School Redding Collegiate Academy Redding School of the Arts Rocky Point Charter School Shasta Charter Academy Redding Adventist Academy Bethel Christian School
No HOA, HOA Fees, or Time Limit to Build
Building Requirement can be obtained from City of Redding Permit Center 777 Cypress Avenue, First Floor, Redding, CA 96001 Phone: 530-225-4030 (Website)
Electricity Lines & Poles are located at the road and nearby the lot, by Redding Electric Utility 3611 Avtech Parkway, Redding, CA 96002 Phone: 530-339-7200 (Website)
Water is serviced by City of Redding Public Works Water Department 20055 Viking Way, Bldg #3, Redding CA 96003 Phone: 530-224-6068 (Website)
Sewer is by City of Redding Public Works Waste Water Department 20055 Viking Way, Bldg #3, Redding CA 96003 Phone: 530-224-6068 (Website)
Trash Service is by City of Redding Public Works Solid Waste Department for $22.36/month for a 45-galleon cart 14095 Clear Creek Road, Redding, CA 96047 Phone: 530-224-6201 (Website)
Internet Service Providers AT&T, DSL & Fiber, up to 1000 Mbps (Website) Spectrum, Cable, up to 100 Mbps (Website) Viasat, Satellite, up to 25 Mbps (Website)
Distance to Nearby Cities & Points of Interest: 3 minutes to Redding CBD Central Business District (more info) 10 minutes to Riverview Country Club 17 minutes to Redding Municipal Airport with multiple daily flights to San Francisco and Los Angeles 10 minutes to Win-River Resort & Casino 12 minutes to Walmart Supercenter 4 minutes to Mercy Medical Center Redding 2 minutes to Munchkin University 5 minutes to Shasta Public Libraries 10 minutes to Sacramento River Park Marina Village 2 hour 23 minutes to Sacramento, capital of California, population 508,529 (more info) 1 hour by plane to San Francisco, population 4.7 million (more info) 1 hour 45 minutes by plane to Los Angeles, population 13 million (more info)
Use Your Land: You can use the property during the monthly payments. Title will be delivered FREE and CLEAR once property has been paid in full. We will pay for recording and the County will mail your deed once recorded.
Satisfaction Guaranteed: If you are not satisfied with your land for any reason, you can exchange your land for another one within 60 days with no question asked. Money already paid will go toward the new parcel price.
Cancel Anytime: If you use payment plan to purchase a property and you are unable to continue making payments, let us know and nothing else will be owed in the future. There will be no debt collection and no litigation.
Address: 2853 Olive Avenue, Redding, CA 96001 GPS: 40.56887, -122.39892