Home of pines and Cedars trees of the forest Groveland, Ca. Tuolumne County
This land with roughly 10,697 sq. ft. property is just north of Groveland, just minutes away from Pine Mountain Lake. With its proximity to Yosemite National Park, there are boundless things to do in Groveland, CA. Half Dome, El Capitan, Hetch Hetchy and Tuolumne Meadows, the Stanislaus National Forest, the Tuolumne, Clavey and Merced Rivers are all in our backyard, High Sierra recreational activities such as white-water rafting, rock climbing, fly-fishing, hiking, mountain biking, cross country skiing, jet-skiing, snowshoeing, water skiing, cave touring, canoeing, kayaking, bird watching...well, you get the picture.
Surrounded by trees and a paved street; utilities available and some neighbors all around but no to close Groveland is modest by most standards, but it's still the largest town between Sonora and Yosemite's Big Oak Flat (northwest) entrance, and the last place you'll find a bigger-than-a-quickie-mart market before the one in Yosemite Village. There are half a dozen small inns and B&Bs tucked away in Groveland, including two notable antique hotels on the main street: The Groveland Hotel, constructed in 1849, and the Hotel Charlotte. Both are on the National Register of Historic Places. The Iron Door Saloon dates from 1852.
Groveland was originally called "Garrote," after a site near the Hotel Charlotte where two men, accused of stealing gold dust, were hanged from a large oak. PR-minded residents changed the town's name in the 1870's. Another lynching reputedly took place a few miles outside town, and that site became known as Second Garrote, a name that can still be seen on Google Maps.
The area is a forest of pines and cedars, the residents are comprised of both permanent and vacationers. The historic Tuolumne County Ditch System, developed in the 1800's, flows through the area. Cedar Ridge has a wide variety of local residents that are not of human origin. We have a large populations of mice, birds, squirrels, raccoons, possums and deer. Mountain lions have been seen occasionally, along with several bear sightings. Not to mention a LARGE selection of insects with ants, mosquitoes and termites being the most prevalent. Let's all remember these guys were here first so lets tread lightly on their territory.
Attached is the Tuolumne County Assessors Map of the Lot as well as some maps of the area and some pictures of Groveland and the area. The property will be conveyed by a California Grant Deed which is the most commonly used deed in California.
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Property Profile: Property Address: 13029 JACKSON MILL DR GROVELAND CA 95321-9552 APN: 091-300-012-000 Type: Vacant Zoning: R-1 Lot Size: 10,697 sq. ft. Dimensions: 125 ft. frontage on Jackson Mill Dr. 103 ft. right side of property line. 119 ft. left side of property line. 91 ft. rear of property line. State/Province: California Use: Vacant Land Taxes: Only $166 per Year County: Tuolumne Deed: Grant Deed City/ Location: Groveland, CA. 95321 See Map.
The photos 2, 4, 6, 8, 10, and 12 show the actual property and the surrounding lots. Photos 1, 3, 5, 7, 9, and 11 shows general area. We have also included a County Parcel Map and an aerial Map to help you. The assessor's parcel number to the property is Tuolumne County APN # 091-300-012-000
Here is a link (including the GPS coordinates) to view the location of the property on Google Maps: 37.860774,-120.226076 (You may have to copy and paste this to use it.) Once the map pops up, simply use the zoom tool on the left side of that screen to view the map in more detail. You can even view an aerial photo by clicking on the Satellite tab in the upper right portion of that screen.
There is a $395 transfer fee in addition to the purchase price (which includes messenger fee, sub escrow fee, wire fee, transfer taxes and processing fee), which offsets the change of ownership fee with the county (closing cost). We will be providing you with a Grant Deed which will transfer title to your name, once you record the document with the County Recorders office.
All information we have on this property is disclosed within the content of the listing page. Any and all other information on this property should be directed toward the city or county of which the property is located in. Your due diligence should be performed prior to bidding, to ensure the property meets your needs and criteria.