Here you see the property lines as laid over a recent Google map.
Here is how the two adjacent available parcels look together. The neighbor's lot #8 on the left is 5.318 acres and is for sale for $75,000. This lot #9 on the right is 6.641 acres and is for sale for $150,000. The red lines are approximates, taken from the Calaveras County tax assessor map and simply superimposed over a Google Earth map. Access to the mountaintop of lot #8 is by vehicles is via an unimproved dirt road through lot #9, under California Civil Code Section 1008.
Property relationship to Murphys
Its is about 3 miles to downtown Murphys via an improved and maintained gravel road & paved asphalt.
This property is in block 02 near the lower left, under the "hyphen-five" (-5) of the bottommost "RR-5".
Survey of the property
This original survey shows the locations of the corner pins and other features.
Well and road to the 3000 gal wate tank
The blue dot shows the location of the well, situated on the east side of the deeded easement for easy access and use. The red line follows a dirt road that ascends 110 vertical feet above the building pad to the 3000 gallon water tank that is in place just below the crest of the mountaintop.
Deeded utility easement vs. existing road to top
Three separate surveys confirm the deeded utility easement and the existing road to the neighboring property's mountaintop do not coincide. However, the road does access the top and is available for indefinite use under California Section 1008, Civil Code: Right to pass by permission, and subject to control, of owner.