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Homes for sale in Dinuba California

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$990,000 11 acres 2408 sqft
9104 Avenue 420, Dinuba, CA 93618 - Tulare County

11 acres Dinuba, CA

18.981 acres located in the City of Dinuba's Sphere of Influence. Open land with 4 residences (currently rented out for a total of $4,350 per month). Alta Irrigation District. Submersible pump and well. Domestic well and pump. Property is located in the Williamson Act.
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$650,000 10 acres 4 Beds | 3 Baths | 1 ½ Bath | 2350 sqft
11210 Avenue 424, Dinuba, CA 93618 - Tulare County

10 acres Dinuba, CA

Seller has applied for lot line adjustment, fabulous opportunity with 10 acre parcel. Front house custom built features 2350 sq. ft., 4 bdrm, 2.5 baths, open floor plan, living room, family room, pool, solar, porch, oversize shop (30 x 80) with high ceiling, pull through. Second home features 3 bdrm, 1.5 baths, approx. 1700 sq. ft. To the rear of second home is studio 1 bdrm, 1 bath and a barn for additional storage (the sq. footage does not include home and studio). Call agent for details!
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$442,000 17 acres 740520 sqft
0 Avenue 406, Dinuba, CA 93618 - Tulare County

17 acres Dinuba, CA

Excellent location on a quiet road just outside of Dinuba. Owner will complete the lot line adjustment prior to the close of escrow. There may be some private financing available. /-5 Acres August Fire Nectarines planted approx. 15 years ago, /-5 acres Owen T and Friar Plums grafted approx. 10 years ago, /-2.5 acres Red Pearl Nectarines planted approximately 15 years ago. Balance is open (Seller is in the process of pushing out some trees.) 15HP ag pump, well is /-200 ft. deep, well is located on adjoining property and is a shared well with the neighbors domestic pump. Owner will provide easement prior to COE. Flood irrigation system.
$225,000 2.12 acres 4 Beds | 2 Baths | 2020 sqft
1428 N Crawford Avenue, Dinuba, CA 93618 - Tulare County

2.12 acres Dinuba, CA

Excellent roadway frontage - great exposure - property is zoned M-1. The seller originally owned a large acreage and subdivided their land to M-1 zone lots. The city, upon sale, is enforcing the M-1 zoning so home cannot be used as a residence. It can be converted to an office for the M-1 business.