30+ acres, zoned "Community Commercial." Ready to be developed. Water, roads and some grading plans on hand. Prime commercial development at the NE corner of State Route 41 and County Road 200, both roads being major access roads in eastern Madera County, California. The development site is approximately at the midpoint between Fresno and Yosemite National Park just north of Rio Mesa, a new city being developed in Madera County. The site features a 240 GPM water well, a second 35 GPM well, 3 phase power, LPG supply, Fiber Optic, no known endangered species or Native American Indian Cultural issues. Approved access to all four sides, adjacent to new 525+ student Minarets High School. Large residential population near the project. 20,000+ traffic movements per day on Hwy 41, 5,000+ traffic movements on Road 200. Level to rolling land with views of the High Sierra and local area. A great location for locals and travelers to visit, dine, rest, shop, stay, refuel etc. Call, text or email now for a tour.
Total population of , which has changed by % since 1990.
The median age of the population is , while the median
age of dwellings is .
Out of households, are families.