Lebec

Lebec is an unincorporated area and census-designated place in southwestern Kern County, California. As of the 2010 census, the population was 1,468. Lebec is named in honor of Peter Lebeck or Lebecque, a French trapper killed by a grizzly bear in 1837 in the area that later became Fort Tejon. He was memorialized in an epitaph at the site, found carved in a bare spot on an old oak tree.

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Rare opportunity to own land that is adjacent to Tejon Ranch's new development to build 19,300 homes! New, proposed developments will also include spas, hotels, commercial spaces, and additional homes. Be one of the first to purchase your own piece of land that will be close to one of the most environmentally friendly suburban developments ever developed in California! Breathtaking Views to create the ultimate escape. The commanding views of the mountains and surroundings are revealed once you drive onto the property. The floor plan reveals an intimate experience for your new family home. NO HOA! Enjoy the quiet location, total privacy, and views. Must see in person to truly appreciate all that this property has to offer. Assessor records shows 2 bedrooms and 2 baths, but the home has 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. The home also has an 850 square foot basement that can be used for additional living space or family space. This is your chance to live in a very special location. Come and enjoy the million dollar views! Welcome Home! $575,000 Active

993 Hayride Rd Lebec, California

2 Beds 2 Baths 1,518 SqFt 20.190 Acres

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