±9.53 Acres of Tentative Map Track Map W/42 Lots

1608 W California Ave Fresno, CA 93706

Property Type:
Residential Land Development
Last Verified:
Apr 03, 2019


  • 42 Tentative Mapped Lots
  • Allows Reduction in Minimum Setbacks
  • Shovel-ready SFR w/ Utilities @ Site
  • ±9.53 (±415,126 SF) Gross Acres
  • Tentative Map Track Map W/42 Lots
  • Minimum Lot Size of ±6,000 SF
  • Flexibility W/Lot Size - Can Produce A Higher Lot Yield
  • $11K/Lot; $49K/Acre
  • Convenient and Close Highway Access
  • Regional Retail Developments just minutes away
  • Near Major Corridors servicing College, Airport, Downtown, &
  • Schools


Tentative Map Tract Map Number 5811 consists of ±9.53 (±415,126 SF) gross acres that are annexed in the City of
Fresno. The development has been designed to have 42 lots in total with the minimum lot size of ±6,000 SF. The current design consists of houses on larger lots, although each lot can be trimmed down to produce a high lot yield if desired. Once built out, the parcel as a whole has a net of ±5.1 acres. This property is priced at only $475,000 ($11,000/lot; $49/Acre).

This parcel is located north of W California Avenue, east of S Crystal Avenue, south of W Eden Avenue and west of S West Avenue in Fresno, California.

Lot Size: 9.53 acres

Map of 1608 W California Ave, Fresno, CA, 93706

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