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April 18, 2012 The Julian News 9 j IJ We have our own private parking lot behind the office... entrance off 'C" Street . ORNER WWW. ,AIN& 1an-pro TREET les.com P.Oi Box 1000 Julian, CA 92036 Especially nice custom 4 bed/3 bath home in the historic village of Julian. Located on a choice 2/3 acre site on the edge of town within walking distance ][[ CHARMING 3 BEDROOM home with garage of everything! BUilt in 2007, 2361 sq ft, gourmet ~[ and bonus room. Nice views of Volcan Mountian, kitchen, two car garage, beautiful southern views Ill lovely mature oaks, located on a quiet street in off the balcony. Don t miss this one. ill Kentwood. Priced below the cost to build at II $315,000 $549,000 CHARMING AND IMMACULATE - Mountain Home in the trees above Lake Cuyamaca with a view of the lake. Cozy Living room has fireplace with pellet insert, 2 bed rooms, deck and an extra room downstairs. Cedar wood iiLside and out. PRICED AT $279,000 ESPECIALLY NICE! 7.41 Acres: 3-Bedroom home witha massive rock fireplace & wrap-around deck, meadows, a couple hundred apple trees (room for more), great views, mature trees, & seasonal pond. PRICED RIGHT AT $475,000 AWARD-WINNING contemporary country design NEW QUALITY CUSTOM HOME on 1.97Ill featuring a peaceful, open view of a mountain wooded acres in Pine Hills. Much attention tollI meadow and pond. Three bedroom, open-beam details. 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, dream.kitchen, withllI ceilings, mahogany details, custom windows and large center isle and Granite counter topS, large Ill lighting. Scenic 9.6 acres with mature oaks. Truly a front yard, double attached garage and views! ]~ exquisite, unique and private property. was REDUCEDTO$640,0001 $1,150,000 Juli Zerbe, Broker Associate email: julinjoe@gmail.com WHISPERING PINES Lovely 2 bedroom/2bath Pleasant home with lots of light, open floor olan, Ill . - hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, warm wood I]] home with vaulted pine ceilings, custom details, large gardens, studio bmldlng and pretty views of stove and skylights. Two bedrooms, two baths and I]] l Vo can Mountain A reat home for retirement or inside laundry room. Deck and balcony with views " " g " of the wooded lot and neighboring hills. ] for an artist tO utilize the extra studio and gardens. A great buy at $199,000 Offered at $325,000 SIXTEEN ACRE JULIAN RANCH - MEADOWS, TREES, VIEWS This ranch is located in a very desirable area of Julian : with easy access off a paved road with choice 16 acres - some quite level and some sloping, with fencing and cross-fencing. The farm house has been upgraded and remodeled. There is a separate guest cottage, a barn/workshop, outbuildings, mature oaks, cedars, ~Lnd four large English Walnut trees in the front yard. This ranch has been in the same family for many years. PRICED AT $540,000 AVAILABLE LAND 2.2 Level Acres. All usable land, well, water storage tank electricity and gorgeous views. Easy to build on: $139,000 Desert Views from this One Acre, $22,000 Kentwood - .62 Acre big views.S49,000 Nice Site - .62 Acre, has septic layout, views, trees. Priced at $75,000 Cuyamaca: 4.32 Acres, great views, has septic layout $125,000 i Harrison Park: 5 Acres, well, electricity. l septic in, views. $165,000 CHOICE PARCEL IN JULIAN ESTATES - 4.24 Pine Hills: 1.28 Acres, septic layout, Acres at the end of the road. Many large oaks and pines, views, underground power and phone, trees, views. $159,000 paved roads, gated community. Julian Estates: 4.7 Acres, has a well and REDUCED TO $157,000 fantastic views. $179,000 Rose Steadman, Broker / Owner Kirby Winn, Realtor Associate Melo-de Savage, Realtor Associate emai]: kirbylwinn@gmail.com email: melo-de@sbcglobal.net Local Mexican-Era Maps by Albert Simonson During the 1830's and 1840's, the government of the Mexican Republic, of which San Diego was part, granted land to rancheros. These grants were similar to later homestead grants, but covered larger parcels of 4000 acres or more. One of the requirements was that a map, called a disefio. should be submitted. Some were sloppily drawn; others were artistic or rich in detail, often in color. These maps are usually the most fascinating part of any land case legal file. The Julian Historical Society and the Pioneer Museum have embarked on a project to make these wonderful vignettes of our past accessibl e to people so they won't have to squint at strange Spanishmhandwriting. and Valle de San Jose (Lake Henshaw to Warner Springs, e/"v" , also called Ta-Wee from a AI a C~ j~ "E F 'O i- ' i] ........ "~o%.~ .... village near the present lake). The originals are at the National The Julian Branch of the San ~.~J Archives in Washington, DC. Diego County library is hosting a These organizations strive to seminar in recognition of National reach back as far as they can into Crime Victims' Rights Week on Saturday~ April 28, 2012 from L~ our still vivid heritage. 9:00 am to 1:00 PM. "Refuse To Be A Victim" is a four hour safety program where you will learn the ' " Historical most effective defenses against " . - ro ,. burglars, sexual predators, "~":,1,~, " . * .... Society Gala identity thieves, abductors, , Gop' .. ~_~ .~'4rqR~. ~,~Nr4 " , \\ _~ ~otv, o. ~m)~ robbers, pedophiles, cyber \,\ ..a,~~" *' ' .... ~,~r~ "~--,.-., J. The Julian Historical Society is delighted to present their annual bullies and other crimes. ~,~~- ..... ~ =l~ -I~. :l~ ,. i, / .,J~_-.k] ,~ ~.l~. a~i~ ~/" You, your family, friends and \ Ok--.- _ WATER ,. '~ .... :L "L~ In;,'t,\~...._ ,a~:~ .i~.n ,~ -,,..-j / Wine, Cheese and Much More" employees can minimize the risk N'~l,~ GRAESYMESA -"1~ OUNT IN // Party on Sunday April 22, 2012 of becoming crime victims by not N.~'~>,,~ - UESa //" at 5:pm which will include an only increasing your awareness, o(e ~5! -'~'~ O~NANO roVER ,~=o.-2. // exceptional Silent Auction. but learning about many other (3L~N o ~.R OF SECU - -- ~ .... --UAN _ It will be held in the beautiful personal safety options. Blum Lodge at, Camp Stevens. As you learn to take 1108 Banner Grade, (Hwy #78) one and a half miles east of Julian, CA. In addition to the many rare cheeses and delicious wines from various Southern California wineries, there will be ham sandwiches,vegetables, dessert and coffee all for only $20 per person! The proceeds will be used for completing their Stageline Museum and their many archival projects. To reserve your tickets call: Judy Halliburton (760) 765- 4736 or Jan Mattias (760) 765- 0436. If you are unablr to attend but wish to donate you can mail your checks to the Julian Historical Society, P.O. Box 513, Julian, CA 92036 Special Seminar At Library For Crime Victims Rights Week David Lewis has already digitized a grant map for the Viejas/Alpine area, using advanced computer technology to faithfully render drawn details like trails, hills, a grain field and river. The next project is San Felipe, our neighboring valley to the east. This shows an Indian village and also the future trail of the 1857 San Antonio and San Diego Mail Line and Butterfield stages, on the map denoted "Camino Real para Sonora." Ed Huffman has studied the diary of French rancher Fred Grand, who carted off the lumber of the old Butterfield stage stop for his ranch in Arkansas Canyon, now only ruins. Rancho San Felipe was granted in 1834 to Felipe Castillo, thought to be an Indian. In any case, the map indicates in one of the side canyons a "smal mine 'belonging to an Indian." Indian huts are shown near Scissors Crossing. The mine was likely a gem mine. Gems were highly prized by Indians. Under Mexican law, Indians retained prior rights even after a land grant was approved by all governmental levels and the mission priest. The valley was known as San Felipe as early as 1821. It eventually became part of the cattle empire of John Forster from Liverpool, for whom we have a handsome portrait. The society and museum, working together, hope to continue their efforts with maps of the ranchos of Cuyamaca responsibility for your own safety, you are m,nimizing your risk of victimization and providing a valuable contribution to your home, your workplace and your community. You will learn about elements of the criminal mind and the most current safety strategies to use while you're at home, at work, at school, shopping, traveling, or in-between.., plus some very simple, extremely effective, and easy hand-to-hand self-defense techniques. Staying truly safe today is more than being able to simply avoid a physical attack; even more than equipping yourself with the skills for physical battle. Our current everyday challenges require defenses for high-tech intrusion, identity theft, crimes against juveniles and seniors, financial scams, and other intelligent well- planned crimi nil tactics. In some circumstances, a defensive physical fight is unavoidable. However, experts agree that you will be better off if you rely on your own carefully crafted safety plan which covers your entire lifestyle. Having a working safety plan means real safety when it is needed. Advance registration is required and there is a $15 materials fee per student packet. (The packet can be per individual, or shared by a couple or a family.) For more information, please e-mail mail@icandefend.com or call 760-789-0987 or check the website at www.icandefend.com. You may also contact the library at 760-765-0370 and speak with Colleen. The library is located at 1850 Highway 78, Julian, next to the high school. The class will be in the library's community room.