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Sacred Mountain


SacredMtnProperties.com Call Broker Kevin Smith today 661-330-7381 PROPERTIES Ranches and Land from 50k to 500k


Historic Twin Oaks


General Store & Center Outstanding business investment in an unregistered historic property. This historic 1935 school house educated youth of the western town of Twin Oaks until 1962. Converted into a restaurant and general store, the Twin Oaks General Store (TOGS) has been the hub of the Twin Oaks commu- nity; serving as the only grocery store and restaurant. It is very well established and operates under a one-year lease. The approx. 3.5 acres, zoned highway commercial (CH1) and agricultural (for a variety of uses), includes two rental homes (under conditional use permit), a rental mobile home and an automotive shop operating on a long-term lease. The property stands solid as a pillar of the community, while having the potential for endless possibil- ities. ONLY $375,000.


The Homestead


Horse Ranch On over 35 amazing acres includes an historical home, rich with California ranching history and the absolute perfect location to relocate a family and herd of critters! Solid 3BR/ 2BA, 1920’s adobe home with add-ons f om the 50’s, has a solid rustic feel, open kitchen, walk-in pantry, laundry room/ mud room, and a large fi replace in the living room which creates a perfect space to sit and talk aſt er a cool evening ride. The f ont porch is an awesome space to BBQ, entertain guests, enjoy the lawn and fantastic shade trees. Recent new roof and septic system, perimeter fencing, cross fencing, large-open pastures, large barn, and plenty of use-able acreage. While you’re visiting, there are beautiful old-time pictures for you to check out, taken almost a hundred years ago. Don’t miss your opportunity to own a piece of California legacy and history. ONLY $429,000.


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