Heres an opportunity of a lifetime! Your chance to own the private and historic Una Lake with the scenic surrounding land. This parcel has over 62 acres of unspoiled beauty and is a place where raptors nest and migratory birds rest. Per Palmdale Planning Department, the prior owner went through preliminary plot planning for residential, a park site, and open space development. Build Idyllic lake view parcels or your own private estate. Newly proposed Equestrian Residential (ER) zoning allows 0.4 net density units per acre. Easy freeway access and provisions nearby. The seller will carry a first trust deed with very reasonable terms. In the 1870s, the Southern Pacific Railroad built a raised causeway for its tracks and roadway across the lakebed isolating the eastern part of the lake, now the current Una Lake. In 1897, the South Antelope Valley Irrigation Company built a dam west of the railroad causeway and built a ditch from Little Rock Creek to keep Una Lake full year-round for irrigation purposes south of Palmdale. The size of this reservoir of Una Lake and these works can also be seen on the 1915 U. S. Geological Survey, California, Lake Elizabeth Quadrangle Topographic Map. Later, the dam was improved and the larger Harold Reservoir, later Lake Palmdale, was created in 1924 and is located across the highway.