Improved lot, 4 acres. Private road, fantastic views, hillside. Quiet. Installed: Well, water tank, solar pump, septic, building pad, fire hydrant, tiny house. Off grid. Great solar potential. SDG&E nearby. Zoned agricultural/residential. Wildlife habitat: quail, hummingbirds, deer, butterflies. Fruit trees, pesticide-free, commercial potential. 15-20 minutes to shopping. 30-45 min. to San Diego city. 45-60 min. to beach, 20-30 min. to mountains, 1 hr. to desert. Close to hiking/riding trails, fishing. 1. Building pad-- 49 feet by 35 feet, oval. Constructed 2008. Permitted by San Diego County. Soil engineer tested compaction and results were very good. See grading and septic map in photos. 2. Septic system permitted & installed 2009-- 1000 gallon concrete tank. Pumped and inspected July 2020. System as a whole is permitted for 1-2 bedroom house (potential to negotiate size with County). Leach field constructed of 270 feet of infiltration chambers, which are designed to recycle wastewater by subsoil irrigation of orchard. Also has 270 feet reserve area. 3. Water well-- 380 feet deep. Permitted and constructed 2004. Water flow at completion was 20 gallons per minute. Off-grid solar panel system energizes pump, but is not set up to energize other components at this time. Pump is highly efficient Lorentz, designed for DC solar energy. The pump is set at 300 feet depth. 4. Water storage tank-- 5,000 gallon capacity. Sited uphill from building pad for gravity flow to home and orchard. Excellent water pressure. Refills automatically from well. 5. Hut/tiny house-- papercrete and steel, approximately 9 ft. X 10 ft. X 10 ft. Quonset hut shell by Steelmaster. Hand-made papercrete end walls with recycled paper. Pressure-treated lumber legs protected with fire-proof paint. Loft. Doors orient toward prevailing cool breeze. Built 2015. 6. Fire hydrant—Installed 2009. Water source is the on-site water storage tank. 7. Property is located within San Diego County Multiple Species Conservation Plan Area (MSCP). Owner has certified property as wildlife/pollinator habitat. Native plant restoration in progress. Bird list available on request from owner. 8. Permaculture style organic fruit and nut orchard-- Rare varieties. Water-harvesting berms. Hand-watered. Plant/tree list available on request. Commercial potential. Site has been used as demonstration for permaculture teaching. 9. Driveway-- From Quail Haven Lane to building pad, with parking space. Also goes to well. Earth surface. 10. Water catchment was built uphill from pad in 2009. Has silted in with soil, but potential to reconstitute it. 11. Very low radio frequency pollution. Clean air. Low noise pollution. Great for social distancing. Neighbors are nice.