Introducing an exceptional investment opportunity for seasoned developers and visionary investors. Presenting a meticulously assembled land package comprising two adjacent lots, strategically located in a highly sought-after area, primed for a remarkable residential development project. With the potential to construct up to 35 lots, this offering presents an unparalleled chance to create a thriving community in a desirable location. With the inclusion of one lot featuring comprehensive architectural plans and the other requiring entitlements, prospective buyers have the rare opportunity to develop the project in phases, ensuring flexibility and maximum return on investment. Capitalize on the potential to build up to 35 individual lots, allowing for various housing configurations, customization options, and market demands in a growing market of Victorville that is located in the high desert area of San Bernardino poised for major population growth over the next five years. Two Adjacent Lots totaling 9.56 Acres are being offered for sale as combined parcels in this listing agreement. Lot A (APN: 3091-141-02) consists of 4.78 acres and is planned for the development of 17 residential homes. The specific details of the planned homes, including architectural style, size, and design, shall be outlined in the approved development plans and shall be provided to potential buyers upon request. Lot B (APN: 3091-161-01) consists of 4.78 acres has the potential to be entitled for an additional 18 residential homes, subject to obtaining the necessary approvals, permits, and entitlements from the relevant authorities. The number of homes may be subject to change based on the final development plans and the requirements set forth by the local zoning ordinances and regulations. * Potential buyers are encouraged to independently verify their due diligence, including but not limited to reviewing the approved development plans, land use, availability of utilities, zoning, conducting feasibility studies, and consulting with relevant professionals such as architects, engineers, and land use attorneys, to assess the development potential, costs, and timelines associated with the development of both Lot A and Lot B.