Beautiful, level, buildable parcel located on a quiet and lush neighborhood street in the Nice hills ready to place your new home overlooking the beauty of Lake County. The property is approx. 58 x 100 lot. There are no immediate neighbors but there are houses couple of lots down. Close to Hwy 20, shopping and Worldmark Resort. Easy access and the perfect location with beautiful tall trees and open space to get away from it all without being too far. Snag your property at the lake while it’s still affordable!
This level, wooded lot is located in an unincorporated area of Nice.
Zoned R1 – Residential
Single Family Dwelling
Small family Home
Family Home Care
Terrain – Level
Build your forever home or getaway on this beautiful lot.
Or purchase today for a future investment.
Buy today for only $9,000 cash or $12,500 financing with $3000 down and low monthly payments,
Enjoy the benefits of nearby lake, fishing, boating, restaurants, wineries and more.
Call/text us today at 916-547-7581 for more information
No HOA dues, Property taxes are $124.74
Utilities available in the area
Water – Nice Mutual Water Co: (707) 274-1149
Electricity – Big Valley Electric: (707) 279-2430
Sewer – Would need to install septic system
Trash – Lake County Transfer And Recycling Facility: (707) 234-6400
Only 1 mile drive to the lake. Clear Lake is a natural freshwater lake in Lake County California, north of Napa and San Francisco.
Known as the “Bass Capital of the West,” Clear Lake supports large populations of largemouth bass, crappie, bluegill, carpand catfish. Two-thirds of the fish caught in Clear Lake are largemouth bass, with a record of 17.52 pounds (7.95 kg).In addition to fish, there is abundant wildlife within the Clear Lake basin. There are year-round populations of ducks, pelicans, grebes, blue herons, egrets, osprey, and bald eaglesand the basin supports sizable populations of deer, bear, mountain lion, raccoon and other animals.
With over 100 miles (160 km) of shoreline, Clear Lake is a popular spot for water sports enthusiasts; fishing, swimming, sailing, wind surfing, waterskiing, boating. There are 11 free boat launch ramps around the lake that are open to the public. Individuals may rent boats and personal water craft from many businesses around the lake. Note: Boats do require Lake County inspection before entering the lake to avoid inadvertently introducing non-native invasive species.
Area wineries with tasting rooms include Guenoc and Langtry Estate Vineyards and Winery, Steele Wines, Brassfield Wines, Vigilance Wines, Six Sigma Winery, and Wildhurst Vineyards among others.