This Parcel is Located roughly 8 miles North of the town of Mojave, has beautiful views of the valley and is accessible via Paradise Way. There are other dwellings in the area.
Kern County, often referred to as the Golden Empire due to its rich history of gold, oil, and agricultural production, is the third-largest county by area in California. It ranges as far north as the Sierra Nevadas and as far south as the Antelope Valley.
This Parcel is perfect for those looking for something off the beaten path, but still close enough to civilization. It is located 3.5 miles from Hwy 14, 8 miles from California City and 15 miles from Mojave. Nearby is the Hyundai/Kia and Honda testing facility as well as the Boron borax mine (Californias largest open-pit and the worlds largest borax mine).
The county relies heavily upon agricultural, oil production and mining for its strong economy.
Aviation is also a major contributor to the economy. With Edwards Air Force Base (home of the Air Force Test Center, Air Force Test Pilot School and NASA's Armstrong Flight Research Center), China Lake Naval Air Weapons Station and Mojave Air and Space and Space Port, it is one of the fastest-growing areas in the US in terms of population growth.
Given its blue skies and moderate climate, Kern County hosts an abundance of outdoor activities including camping, rafting, kayaking, fishing, mountain biking, golfing, rock climbing, skydiving, glider flights, water sports, dirt biking and off-roading.
Some of the most visited destinations in Kern County include Lake Isabella, Sequoia National Monument, Red Rock Canyon State Park and the wild and scenic Kern River.