Goshen, CA Tulare Country Land 0. acre for sale in Visalia, CA

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Approved Tentative Parcel Map for Three Residential Lots

Build One to Three Houses!

18,584 square feet in the heart of Goshen, at the edge of Visalia, in Tulare County, California 93291. Property is currently one legal parcel, with an approved tentative map in place to allow division of the property into three single family residential lots. Newer homes have been constructed in recent years at various locations throughout the neighborhood, making this a great infill location for your three house construction project or simply for investment while land values increase.

Water, sewer, and natural gas utilities are in place and available in the alley behind the property. Overhead electricity is located within a few hundred feet, making for an easy connection onto the property.

Property is currently ready for buyer to complete the off-site improvements to finalize the lots and obtain three separate parcel numbers. One finaled, the site will be suitable for three single family residences. Or, if buyer so desires they may construct a single family residence and accessory structures on the property as-is, without completing the lot split at this time.

The adjacent 7,431 SF corner lot is also available separately, APN 075-206-004.

Goshen is located on the west edge of Visalia in Tulare County, adjacent to Highway 99 in California's Central Valley. Visalia has grown all the way west into Goshen. With all the agricultural, industrial, and commercial development occuring in Visalia and adjacent communities, combined with easy access to State Highway 99, Goshen is well located for continued growth.

APN 075-206-005

GPS 36.347092, -119.413816

Directions: Exit Highway 99 at Betty Drive and proceed east across the freeway overpass. Turn right on Robinson Rd. Turn left on Avenue 310. Turn right on Commercial Road. Turn left on Wills Ave. Property is 0.1 miles ahead on your right.

  • Price: $52,900

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