The offering is comprised of approximately 310 Acres of privately owned undeveloped land surrounded by U.S. Government owned land with the exception of the prehistoric Pisgah Crater now owned by a multi-national company engaged in the exploration of precious metals and minerals. The southwest portion of the property lies within the Lavic Lake volcanic field. The acreage is located approximately 15 miles west of the historic downtown area of Ludlow and the new town positioned north of Interstate I-40. Ludlow, CA is 165 mile northeast of Los Angeles with a 2.5 to 3 hour drive time. Business activity that surrounds the site/acreage includes mining exploration, broadband backbone infrastructure and energy companies. A rare opportunity to acquire the only privately held property of this size in the region. Historic Route 66 and Atlantic and Pacific railroad run through the northeast portion of Parcel/Section 28.