After 11 years the house got built and is ready to move in, but life seems to have its own path. So up for sale is my new home never been lived in. its 2240 sqft on just under 1 acre in Deer Creek Canyon. its has very easy access from the road. the well is zoned commercial and puts out better than 10gal per minute. the septic is also zoned commercial and the health department has it zoned for a 4 bdrm house or a restaurant, which has the highest usage for commercial. the property is zoned MR3 so it can have a business. if you want a store or dispensary you would have to rezone for a planned district. i have already done the pre-zoning for this and is ready to send in the application for conversion.
the house has an open floor plan for personal expansion. currently it has a just under 1200 sqft master suit with a very large master bath upstairs. the walk in closet is 14x13. fully carpeted. The down stairs is a full kitchen half bath and the largest living room you'll find and/or dinning room or open space for store/dispensary. the lower level is a Pergo type flooring. the land gets sun all day long and would be great for your green house garden. there is plenty of space for a garage and sheds with the last purchase of property from the previous neighbor. there is an historical 2 store building on site that once was the fire department water truck. this would be very easy to close in and make a shed or your green house into (second story, lower level to store supplies or process)
The house was engineer via California standards as a column style construction so if we ever get earth quacks (never know with fracking allegations) or at the very least very strong winds.
the house is setup for garbage disposal, laundry room, stove, refrigerator, etc. it has a 93% efficient central furnace (all duct work is within the house to save on energy cost) the utility room has the water system and water heater along with the furnace. the windows are double pain and the highest efficiency home depot sells (special order). the exterior doors are fiber glass the most efficient over steel you can get.
the house has 8" of insulation in the walls. 10" under the house with the underside plastic as well as on the ground. the roof has 1/2 ply wood, tar paper and steel roofing with 2' of insulation. the back of the house is also steel for cheaper insurance. the back of the house would be very easy to put in a second story deck and large french door into.
the plumbing is all pex so not to freeze. the septic system is 4" to accommodate a business. with several clean outs for low maintenance.
i put in every consideration for higher altitude and over built the house beyond any standard.
the house is fully gfi and arc fault wired (breakers and plugs) with a 200 amp service.
Back in 2007 had a professional put together a report to determine what the potential income could be if i put in a general store. I have the report and the findings are astonishing. all estimates are based on a 10% population. if a person only had local traffic, based on the Census at that time with only a $3 purchase the annual income would potentially be well in the 300k. if we include everyone, local and tourist traffic based on the county counters the same $3 would potentially be well in the 800k. Again i still have the reports i can share with the buyer.
The prices of realist is going up quickly and there is not much land left to build on in this area, only being a few miles from town on a well maintained road. yearly running stream and fully wooded mountain views here. the pics are from the fall but come spring the property is very green and beautiful. Zillow has the property priced based on local sells at $630,000 it has gone up 3x in the last 3 months. So i know im very close to market value for the area. after reviewing the comps, this property is just about the only one you don't have to worry about sliding off a cliff while driving down your driveway.
FYI i already have a realtor.
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