GOLF COURSE OR 160 ACRES DEVELOPMENT SITE STALLION SPRINGS TEHACHAPI
Listing was updated at: 07/15/2019
Property Overview
Price/Rent PSF $ 1,700,000.00
Asset Type Land
Trade Type Sale
Acres Available 160.00
Date Available 07/15/2019
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Location
North on Hwy 5 to 14 North to 58

Sale
Exclusive Offer For A Golf Course In Stallion Springs Tehachapi, CA
brought to you by Melinda Bonini and Lou Lollio.
Huge Potential with 2 possible Exit Strategies:
1) Redo the grounds and remodel the clubhouse.
2) Seller has proposal for 110 Sr Living dwellings and 244 Lots for Single Family Homes on the land with Costs and Projections.
OPPORTUNITY HIGHLIGHTS
Nestled in a quiet valley at 4000 ft. elevation,
Stallion Springs is an outskirt community of
Tehachapi CA. This is a location dream with
4 distinct seasons, and only 2 hours from Los
Angeles.
Tehachapi is known for being a historic
Native American village, one-of-a kind
locomotive stop -The Tehachapi Loop, an
equestrian haven, and favorite spot of
cyclists, hikers, and award winning wineries.
The course is closed and ready for
refurbishing, yet at a price much less than
typical surrounding land value. Refurbish as-is, or you have hotel approval as well.
It’s across the road from world class training
Woodward West skate facility.
Ability to establish a world class destination
point, and acquire national pro tour status.
Location has additional opportunism for
neighboring land and home purchases.
Direct connection to additional local interests; adult
activities, family activities: breakfast (no one in Stallion
offers), lunch/dinner (only 2 in Stallion), music, equestrian
events, car shows, establish secondary Wedding Planner
locale for ceremony/photo ops, all event meeting place in
lodge, currently unofficial wildlife preserve: Seen to date,
elk, deer, eagle, hawk, condor, song birds, duck, Egret,
Blue Heron, 6 ponds with fish, more. Historical importance to area, Native American Indian
artifacts on site, multiple mealing stones to view; tie in
with Kawaiisu tribe elders for various Native American
events and government support.

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