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Plain View Ranch is zoned for SD-RES (Special Development)
Plain View Ranch photos show the breathtaking views. Come visit to get the full experience.

Plain View Ranch is zoned for SD-RES (Special Development)
This opens the opportunities up to many development possibilities.
Here are a few ideas.

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This lot is a short distance from some of the best schools in Phelan, Restaurants, Grocery stores, Shops, Gas Stations, Police and Fire Station. The lot is zoned as a SD-RES making this open to many possibilities. Examples: Commercial Entertainment – Indoor Conference/Convention Facility, Restaurant, Cafe, Coffee Shop, Retail, Lodging, Place of Worship, Medical Services, Fitness/Health Facility, Residential Care Facility, 55+ community, Crop Production, Horticulture, Orchard, Agriculture Support Services, Auto and vehicle sales/rental, Lodging – Hotel/Motel Bed and Breakfast inn (B&B) or General Professional Services. Phelan Land For Sale with incredible views. Phelan Land For Sale – TIME TO AIM HIGH and DREAM BIG – 90+ prime acres right off of the heavily trafficked HWY 138 centrally located in the Tri-Community area of Phelan, Pinon Hills, and Wrightwood. Paved roads on both Beekley Rd and Nielson Rd. make this a great opportunity for residential or commercial development. Plots for sale of this size are hard to come by.

Spread across the desert foothills of the eastern San Gabriel Mountains, between elevations of 3,000 and 4,000 feet, is Phelan California, an unincorporated San Bernardino County community enjoying many sunny and beautiful days each year.

Only 90 minutes from Los Angeles, 30 minutes from San Bernardino and 15 minutes from Victorville, Phelan stands out as a down to earth community filled with pride.

This Phelan land for sale is at the base of the rugged San Gabriel Mountains that reach into the sky and provide a dramatic backdrop. Individual peaks, such as Wright, Pine and Table mountains are absolutely beautiful when snow falls on them.

The Mormon Trail cut through the plains and crossed over the edge of the Mojave Desert foothills of the West Cajon Valley to the south. Here the pioneers took apart their wagons and lowered them down into the canyons. They would camp at the Mormon Rocks before the final leg of their journey to San Bernardino and points beyond.

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