Imperial (IMPL) Real Estate

Imperial (IMPL) Real Estate

Welcome to Imperial (IMPL), a charming region located in Imperial County, California. Nestled in the heart of Southern California, Imperial offers a unique blend of natural beauty, rich history, and a thriving community.

Imperial County is known for its stunning desert landscapes, with vast expanses of sand dunes and clear blue skies. The region boasts a warm climate year-round, making it a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and nature lovers. From hiking and camping in the nearby national parks to exploring the local wildlife reserves, there is no shortage of activities to enjoy in Imperial.

In addition to its natural wonders, Imperial County is also home to a vibrant community with a rich cultural heritage. Residents and visitors alike can explore the region's history at local museums, enjoy delicious cuisine at family-owned restaurants, and shop at unique boutiques and markets.

For those looking to make Imperial their home, the real estate market offers a variety of options, from spacious desert estates to cozy suburban homes. Whether you're seeking a peaceful retreat or a bustling urban environment, Imperial has something for everyone.

Come discover the beauty and charm of Imperial (IMPL) in Imperial County, California. Experience the best of desert living in this unique and welcoming region.

Newest Listings in Imperial (IMPL)

219110513DA MLS Active Status
Imperial County - Rare opportunity to own 4 lots with 4 APNs totaling 73 acres, featuring a 25-acre parcel already zoned Heavy Industrial within the Mesquite Lake Specific Plan. This property is primed and prepared to serve as a Material Recovery Facility/Transfer Station, providing a robust platform for Transformation/Conversion Technology ventures. Fully permitted and entitled, it boasts a solid waste facility permit (SWFP #13-AA-0111) and conditional use permit (CUP#06-0008) with a permitted capacity of 1500 (TPD) Tons Per Day, operational 24/7, sanctioned by the Imperial County Planning Department. Comprehensive reports including transfer/processing, geotechnical, environmental impact (EIR), and regional solid waste feasibility studies have been diligently completed. Situated in a renewable energy-friendly county, it offers an ideal environment to expand and develop waste-related transformation facilities. Furthermore, its strategic location near Southern California waste feedstocks enhances its appeal, accommodating various transformation technologies. These technologies encompass the conversion of municipal solid waste, tires, agricultural waste, single-use plastics, municipal sewage sludge, and anaerobic digestion for organic waste, among others, into numerous value-added products. This forward-thinking approach to waste management redirects materials away from landfills, pioneering the production of usable biofuels and other valuable commodities.

194 Harris Road, Imperial

AR23206569 MLS Active Status
There is a 238-acre farm in Imperial County, California. A canal carrying water from the Colorado River flows through the area, providing a year-round supply of clear and abundant water, suitable for fish and turtle breeding. The farm is surrounded by lush pine forests, abundant with diverse bird species and honey-producing bees, making it a picturesque location. Water supply here is plentiful, and the cost of water is only one-fifth of that in the Los Angeles area. The farm is located in a basin, approximately 80 feet below sea level, with abundant sunshine and a mild winter climate, making it one of the best winter vegetable production areas in the United States. It is particularly suitable for growing Iraq dates, being the largest and best Iraq date production base in the country. It is also suitable for cultivating moringa, dragon's blood tree, Chinese medicinal herbs, and more. The government has issued permits for industrial hemp cultivation, making it a legal option. Due to the ample water source, it is an ideal place for building artificial lakes and channels for breeding ornamental fish, pet turtles, and crayfish. The land is classified as A3, with very few restrictions on land use by the government, allowing for activities such as poultry farming, deer, camels, dairy sheep, llamas, and pets. Additionally, you can build animal and plant processing facilities (slaughterhouses, food processing plants), shooting ranges, agritourism farms, and more. There is also a natural hot spring, which can be developed into a winter recreation area. Combining organic farming, aquaculture, shooting, off-road driving, vacationing, and rehabilitation, the prospects are limitless. Imperial County is a special district in the United States, offering various incentives. The farm is divided into six parcels, which can be leased together or separately. The farm already has fenced enclosures, roads, ten houses, seven double-layer plastic greenhouses.

Thistle canal, Imperial

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