Development Opportunity In Reche Canyon 241 Acres

Dated: 04/02/2018

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EQUESTRIAN DREAM… 241 Acres, Reche Canyon. Zoned Park & recreation. Approx. 25 acres of level terrain for you ultra private estate, your personal “Ponderosa” or for the entrepreneur there’s endless opportunities for recreational sports, health and fitness or zen-based body and mind experience. Rolling hills, dirt roads, breathtaking views elevated to approx. 2,400 feet and lots of fresh air! 

Great opportunity to create an equestrian center with corrals, riding arenas, trail rides, evening “ho-downs” and artist’ retreat. Just off the freeway with easy access this country paradise is one of a kind. $1,080,000. Seller says bring in all offers.

For more information visit https://goo.gl/uCkAt8

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Co-listed with Kenneth Patterson | Redlands CA | Keller Williams Realty.

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Michael Hilgenberg

Michael has over 40 years in the Real Estate industry. He developed one of the top producing Teams in the Palm Springs area, ranking in the top 25 Teams in Keller Williams International. Michael is cu....

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