This unique 320 acres is comprised of two 160 acre parcels in Helendale, CA. The property has a 1,152 sq ft structure with 2 bedrooms and 1 bath. The home is not currently in livable condition. A single wide manufactured home is also on the property but is not in liveable condition. The property also is equipped with 2 privates wells and a septic tank in unknown condition. The property sits within the Alto district of the Mojave Basin and is subject to the Adjudication of January 1996, which allows for 10 acre feet of water use per parcel. Seller Financing Available! Not many owners willing to finance, but with $350,000 down the owner will carry a $430,000 First Trust Deed at 6% interest only payments of $2,150 for 5 years. This property lies within the unincorporated area of the San Bernardino County. According to the County, the property has approximately 173 acres of Rural Living (RL-5Ac)zoning, approximately 97 acres of Floodway (FW)zoning and approximately 50 acres of Agriculture (AG). According to the County Development Code, the RL, AG and FW zoning allows for the following uses with an approved County Permit: Commercial renewable energy facility, Commercial Agriculture Operations, Agriculture Support Services, Crop Production, Composting Operations, Equestrian Facility, Commercial Kennel, Livestock Operations, Animal Keeping, Grazing, Vineyard/Winery, Campgrounds, Single Family Residential, Rural Sports & Recreation, Guest Housing, Broadcasting antennae & Towers, Wireless telecommunications Facility. Helendale is an unincorporated community of approximately 7,000 residents. Approximately 1 mile southwest of the property is the home owners association, Silver Lakes, which offers their residents a 'Vacation where you Live' lifestyle, consisting of two lakes totaling 277 acres for boating, fishing, swimming, 27 hole championship golf course, RV Park, Equestrian Center and a 20,000 square foot Clubhouse with tennis courts, pool, gym, library, meeting and event halls. In Silver Lakes most homes front on the lakes or golf course. Many residents who live outside of the HOA have homes on acreage, with ranches ranging between 2 to 20 acres. The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) owns large acreage in the area. BLM ground can have Public Off Highway access via marked trails for dirt bikes, quads and 4x4 vehicles. Please see the BLM website for maps, use and restrictions.