This beautiful 10 acres sits .7 miles south of the intersection of 20 Mule Team Rd and Highway 58 in Boron CA. This area of Boron lies within the San Bernardino County 4 miles southwest of Kramer Junction near the Kern County line. Boron is 65 miles north of Palmdale, 85 miles east of Bakersfield and 40 miles west of Barstow in the Mojave Desert.
The borax mineral was discovered here in 1913 and other mining claims were staked in the area which led Boron to become a mining town. It is now home to the Rio Tinto Boron Mine, the largest borax mine in the world and California's largest open pit mine. The current mine opened in 1957 and supplies nearly half of the worlds supply of borates. The mine is approximately 1.7 miles wide, 1.9 miles long and 750 feet deep. The 20 mule team is well known in the area as these large wagons hauled borax across the desert from Death Valley to the railroad.
This property lies within the unincorporated area of the San Bernardino County within the 'Resource Conservation' zoning. According to the County this land use designation zoning district provides for open space and recreational activities and single family homes. It is also located within a shotgun only area 'firing no shot larger than 1/2 the diameter of the bore'.
Directions from Highway 58: 2.1 miles east of Kramer Junction turn left onto Sheep Creek Rd (34.994111, -117.579423) and head south .72 Miles, turn right at Utca Rd and follow it 1.7 Miles, Property is 660 feet north. Approximate property corners are marked with 10 ft white PVC poles and property has a sign.
Land for Sale in Boron, CA - Kristen L. Maley (Realtor, Land Pricing Strategist at LandCore Realty). LandCore Realty provides cutting edge technology and marketing to its clients. I specialize in helping land owners and those looking to invest in land in Oro Grande, Adelanto, Victorville, Hesperia, Apple Valley, Helendale, Yucca Valley, Joshua Tree, Twentynine Palms and surrounding areas.(760) 952-2345