|Processing Fee||$ 499|
|Deed Type||Grant Deed|
|Location||Coleman Ave., Felton, CA 95018|
|GPS Coordinates||37.110739, -122.0458 Open in Google Maps|
|Legal Description||Being lot 17, in Block 6, as the same is shown and designated on that certain map entitled. "Lompico Tract "A". A subdivision of a portion of Section 35, T. 9 S. R. 2 W.. M.D.M.. Santa Cruz County, California, " filed for record in the office of the County Recorded on March 20th. 1925 in Map Book 18, Page 58, Santa Cruz County Records.|
|Lot Size||0.11 Acres|
|Utilities||Power and Water on Street|
This is a 4,734 Sq Ft residential lot with lots of nice cabins on the street. This is a nice forested area with mountain terrain and wonderful natural beauty around. There is power and water on the street as well. For More Information Please Contact The Seller At 323-314-0596.
Felton, in the San Lorenzo Valley, offers up scenic redwood drives, Roaring Camp Railroads, and the beautiful San Lorenzo River. Biking, hiking and equestrian trails, campgrounds, picnic areas, and a combined 80 miles of trails are accessible at nearby state parks. While here, make sure to visit the famous Felton Covered Bridge and the Bigfoot Museum. Other features include local wineries, antique stores and galleries that adorn the nearby towns.
Lompico, Ben Lomond, Zayante, Loch Lomond, Santa Cruz, Los Gatos
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