1.25 Acre Lot in Small-Town Boron, CA San Bernardino, CA

Property type: Rural Vacant Land

Cash Price: $3,099   Terms Price: $6,500 

$500 Down Payment Secures This Property        

Closing Information

  • Back taxes: $41
  • Liens: None
  • Title: Clear
  • Closing Fee: $299 (Including Deed, Transfer Tax, notarization, and recording fees)
  • 90-Day-Guarantee: If you are not satisfied with your purchase within the first 90 days, we will buy it back for the same price.

Purchase Options

  • All-Cash Discount: 50%
  • Loan/Contract Length: 3, 5, or 10 years
  • APR: 6%

You’ll find this vacant, residential-zoned lot in the small town of Boron. Settled a couple minutes outside of the suburbs, this lot is just rural enough but not far from restaurants, stores, schools, parks and Highway 58 (a.k.a Barstow-Bakersfield Hwy). Of interesting note, Boron is named after their abundant supply of borates. The property is 14 minutes away from Rio Tinto Borates Mining Co. — a global leader in industrial mineral supply that provides 30% of the world’s supply of refined borates. A unique town ready for a small-town loving resident!



County: San Bernardino

City: Boron, CA

GPS Coordinates: 35.003378, -117.627412

Nearby Cities and attractions: Twenty Mule Team Museum and Rio Tinto Borates Mining.


Legal Information

APN: 0498-261-35-0000

Zoning: Residential

Annual Property Taxes: $39



Size: 1.25 Acres

Road Access: Dirt Road Access

Utilities: Nearby, to be determined by buyer

Terrain: Mostly flat with a small shallow valley



  • Park your tiny home
  • Build a custom home
  • Plant a mobile or manufactured home
  • Private Campsite
  • Investment property
  • Park your RV

Contact the Agent

Bart Waldon

Managing Partner
Bart Waldon is the Managing Partner of Golden State Investors. He’s always been an entrepreneur and loves the freedom that land gives you. As the lifeblood of Golden State Investors, he sets the example – always striving to be and do better for the investors we work with. As the proud husband of his partner, Dallas Waldon, Bart says, “It gives me a sense of patriotism and the American Dream – buying and selling land across America with my beautiful wife. I am happy to be a part of it all.” A little known fact about Bart: He knows a good thing when he sees it. He married Dallas a month after she turned 18.