Active ADDRess:   1295 MEYERS RD, OJAI 93023
LP: $995,000
1295 MEYERS RD, OJAI 93023
$ 995,000

31,792 sq.ft. Highly prized, hard to find M3 zoned land in scenic Ojai.

Magnificent area, so much opportunity. Currently a Quonset hut and a house on the property. The Ventura County Planning Division has reconfirmed the zoning scenario and business opportunities. Your business belongs here.

The property features a nicely remodeled 2-bedroom + 1-bath cottage and a Quonset hut in need of rehabilitation or leveling. Currently much of the lot is being leased out for vehicle storage on a month-to-month basis. It is the perfect scenario if you are looking to live on site while you build your state of the art facility.

This is one of the oldest lots in the neighborhood, which is why it has this rare and highly desirable M-3 zoning. County of Ventura Planning Division has said, “If it is currently M3 it will stay M3.”

Ojai is a city located in Ventura County, California. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 7,862, making it one of the smaller towns in the county. The town of Ojai is situated in the Ojai Valley, (10 miles long by 3 miles wide, approximately) surrounded by hills and mountains.

The valley was home to Chumash Indians before becoming one of many Spanish land grants along the California coast. It became a cattle ranch in 1837, when it was granted to Fernando Tico. In 1853 he sold it to prospectors searching for oil, without much success. By 1864, the area had been settled, and in 1874, the City of Nordhoff was founded.

The city was renamed Ojai — a Chumash word — when the name Nordhoff was deemed too German post-World War I.

The main turning point in the development of the city was the coming of Edward Drummond Libbey. He saw the valley and fell in love, thinking up many plans for expansion and beautification of the existing rustic town. He helped design, finance and build a more modern and fitting downtown, including a Spanish-style arcade, a bell-tower reminiscent of the famous campanile in Havana, and a pergola opposite the arcade. His buildings still exist today in exquisite condition as the symbols of the city and its valley. To thank Libbey for his gifts to the town, the citizens proposed a celebration to take place on March 2nd of each year. Libbey declined their offer to call it "Libbey Day," and instead suggested "Ojai Day." The celebration still takes place each year.

Directions: CA-33 N toward OJAI. LEFT onto BALDWIN RD / CA-150. RIGHT onto S RICE RD. LEFT onto MEYER RD.



Awesome location!
Nearly ¾ of an acre.
Your business belongs here.
Live on site while you build.
Grind, melt, smelt – opportunity abounds.

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