Own your share of historic Julian!

This property consists of two lots combined.  This property is perfect for a small get-away cabin!  A Majestic Pines Water line is close-by!  A water meter and line extension are needed.  Power is available at this centrally located property.  The historic gold mining town of Julian, California is located approximately one hour east of the city.  It’s located at the intersection of California Highways 78 and 79, about 50 miles northeast of downtown.  The historic town is nestled among pine forests between the north end of the Cuyamaca Range and the south slope of Volcan Mountain.  This picturesque mountain retreat is situated at 4,235 feet above sea level, with a population of 1,502 people.  The four distinct seasons feature an average low of 30 degrees Fahrenheit and an average high of 82 degrees Fahrenheit.  Visitors travel to Julian year-round for the famous local apple pies and cider, music festivals, scenic drives, hiking, shopping, fishing, hunting, sledding, snowball fun, or just to breathe the clean mountain air!  With cattle grazing on the hillsides, apple orchards dotting the landscape, roadside stands selling homemade jams and fresh produce—it’s truly a peaceful, pastoral scene nested between two mountain ranges.  This is your chance to own a potentially buildable lot in this historic community!


Several oak varietals including Scrub, Black, Coast Live, and Engelmann are found throughout the area.  Lush Manzanita and White Sage are abundant, creating a fragrant and colorful serenity.  Mature Cedars add to the native beauty and fragrance.  The surrounding area is sparsely populated with custom homes and ranches, blending into a landscape of rolling hills and valleys.  Wildlife is abundant in the area.  There are deer and turkey, bobcats and fox roam freely, while raptors and other rare species of animals can still be found here because of the abundance of water and cover in this rural area.  Migratory birds are a part of the native fauna as are a large number of song birds that visit the property each spring.


Tourism and agriculture are still the dominant economic activities in the Julian area. Horse and cattle ranches are the backdrop for this beautiful mountainous and rural area. There are many fine restaurants and lodging accommodations in the surrounding area of this centrally, yet privately located property. Major shopping and resources are less than 40 minutes away.