Once you click the “Reserve Now” button and complete the Checkout Process, we will receive an instant notification that your deposit has been made. This deposit is non-refundable and will be credited towards your purchase. You will then be given the option to close through a local title company or in-house. Please contact us with any questions.
When closing in-house we complete the transaction in less than 5-7 business days and is a flat rate of $300. When closing through a local title company, expect the transaction to be completed in ~30 days and can cost between $700-$1200, depending on the area and property. If you choose to close through a title company that is to be paid by you, the buyer.
This property is just waiting for you to build your dream home or vacation spot. Located in the low-key Clear Lake Riviera subdivision nice and convenient to everything you need.
This is an excellent property for someone looking to make an investment in a growing area or build a beautiful home in an established lake community. This community is served by Mt. Konocti Water District with no moratoriums.
This property is within the Clear Lake Riviera subdivision at the eastern base of Mt. Konocti and is situated overlooking the lake. Living in a HOA community ensures your neighbors will upkeep of their properties and ultimately raises property values for all.
Looking for a community with low fees? At $103 per year, Clear Lake Riviera ensures your neighbors will maintain a peaceful and beautiful community at the lowest fees around. The HOA website is www.clrca.com
Santa Rose, Sacramento, San Francisco
9065 Bannock Court, Kelseyville, CA 95451
Lake County is home to Clear Lake, the largest natural freshwater lake within California and possibly the oldest lake in North America. The elevation for Clear Lake is 1,326 feet. The region is rich with historical and cultural resources, as well as recreational opportunities.
With over 100 miles of shoreline, Clear Lake is a popular spot for watersports enthusiasts. Visitors enjoy fishing, swimming, sailing, wind surfing, parasailing, waterskiing, boating, and riding jet skis. There are 11 free boat launch ramps around the lake that are open to the public. Individuals may rent boats and personal watercraft from many businesses around the lake.
Anglers will enjoy testing their luck on Clear Lake, known as the “Bass Capital of the West.” Largemouth bass, crappie, catfish, bluegill, and rainbow trout can be found in the county’s lakes. Fishing boats can be rented, and many stores and facilities around the lake specialize in fishing equipment. Numerous fishing tournaments and derbies are held through the year.
Adventurous visitors will enjoy Lake County’s national forests and other public lands with trails for hiking, dirt biking, off-highway vehicle riding, rock and stone collecting, and bird watching, plus areas for hang gliding, fishing, and hunting.
History and genealogy buffs will find several “treasures” at the two county museums, the Lake County Museum in Lakeport and the Lower Lake Historical Schoolhouse Museum in Lower Lake.
Art lovers will find the work of local artists displayed in many places including galleries, civic buildings, restaurants, banks, and other businesses.
Area wineries with tasting rooms include Guenoc and Langtry Estate Vineyards and Winery, Ployez Winery, Steele Wines, and Wildhurst Vineyards. Winery events often feature wine tasting, art, and music.
Outdoor recreation include the many watersports enjoyed at the county’s lakes and streams, plus hiking, soaring, skydiving, and bicycling. Five golf courses, including one championship 18-hole course, are located in the county.
Car racing fans can enjoy competition between winged midgets, modified, street and mini-stocks when the Northern California Racing Association presents races every Saturday night, beginning in April and continuing into October, at the Lakeport Speedway at the county fairgrounds.