40 full acres, right out of a masterful work of wild western art. All gently rolling with native yerba santa, sage, and incredible boulders and rock formations scattered about the surface of the terrain. It is said there are three water wells on this property, but only two are easily found. It would be worth a hike and a hunting expedition for the 3rd. The parcel is situated on the little-traveled road to Indian Flats campground, one of San Diego County’s well-kept secrets. To continue on this road, you would wind up at the small airport in Warner Springs proper, though access is primarily off Chihuahua Valley Road. The entire southern edge of this parcel borders Bureau of Land Management, or BLM, open space. Property has been perc tested and has a tentative parcel map to divide the parcel into 4 or 5 smaller parcels. So much natural, raw beauty. It would be a fine ranch as it stands or as 5 to 10-acre mini ranch sites. Community boasts outstanding, sweet tasting, abundant well groundwater, miles of horse riding and hiking trails, mild four seasons, clean mountain air, and unbelievable night skies.