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May 6, 2009 $749,000 3 BR, 2.5 BA, 2.28 Acres. $825,000- 4 BR, 2.5 BA, 12.85 Acres. ...... :::, " $349, 000 - Charming home in Santa Ysabel. J Jane Brown-Darch6 Broker Associate/Realtor Dennis Freiden Owner/Broker/Realtor (760) 765 0818 Land Opportunities Awesome 5.91 acres in Wynola. Great views. Pasture land. Well drilled in 2004. County approved 4 bedroom septic layout. $299,000. Pine Ridge Avenue 5.5 Acres with great views with water meter. $299,000 Pine Hills View Lot 1.74 Acres-great Building Site With Septic in. $120,000 Coulter Ridge 19.29 Acres With Panoramic Views $299,000 Pine Ridge With Ocean Views 3.14 Acres, Septic In, .. WaterMeter ,,,.-L-,o -,o,, o Reduced to $199,000 j $250,000 -Country Cabin, Walk to Lake Cuyamaca. Colleen Kaltenthaler Realtor/Notary Public The Julian News 9 $320,000- 2+ BR, 2 BA Pine Hills. 000 -- 1 1 BA Established Vacation r $380,000 - 3 BR, 2 BA, Cape Cod Style, 5 Acres.j Halley Ann Failer Realtor Deborah Jane Kerch Realtor Realtor 2127 Main Stre ',t (Next to Town Hall) Julian Realty Now Offers Professional Help on All Loan Negotiations and Short Sales. Apples On Parade This Year On July Fourth The Julian Fourth of July parade joins the town's Apple Centennial Celebration when it steps out on Main Street this year. The parade, an annual event for more than 15 years and dubbed by many as the "best little town parade in America," has adopted As American as Apple Pie as its theme. It celebrates the 100-year anniversary of the first Apple Day, a fall festival which was held in Julian in 1909 to celebrate all the awards Julian apples had won in previous years including the celebrated Wilder Medal for the best apples produced in an international competition. So, visitors will see apples everywhere during the event, starting with the Grand Marshal, Ray Meyer, a long-time apple grower and operator of one of Julian's most popular fruit stands in fall. Two of th many beautiful women selected to serve as Apple Day Queens during the fall celebrations, who still reside in the area, will also ride down Main Street. The parade typically draws 5,000 visitors who enjoy the hometown nature of the parade. You'll be standing side by side with local residents who wave to friends and neighbors astride horses, driving antique cars, members of the Tribal Mountain Gypsies belly-dancing the whole way. You can cheer the newly crowned Miss Julian and her court. There are drill teams, military units, animals of all descriptions, plus flags, bunting and marching bands. This year as always, the parade steps out from the parking lot at Julian High School promptly at noon on Friday, July 4. But the pre-parade, festivities highlighted by a screaming flyover by vintage airplanes, begin at 10. Plan to get there early not only for the flyover, but also for the patriotic speeches and town sing-along. Everyone gets a tiny flag to wave. The parade is the centerpiece of a collection of activities that celebrate Julian's unique heritage. Foremost is a weeklong quilt show in Town Hall presented by the Julian Woman's Club; it displays antique and new quilts primarily from Julian family collections. The town's American Legion always holds a barbecue following the parade. There will be entertainment, music and open shops throughout the event. For information contact Julian Chamber of Commerce, (760) 765-1857, A positive attitude may not solve all your problems, but it will annoy enough people to make it worth the effort. -- Herin Albright How To Enter Your Own Parade The Julian Fourth of July Committee is still accepting entries to march down Main Street. "We're looking for entries from Julian residents that honor our theme, are patriotic, or will make people laugh," says Mike Menghini, chair of the parade committee. In addition to the traditional categories, Theme, Best Musical Entry, Best Motorized Entry, we've add a category for the Best Humorous Entry. Applications are available at the Julian Chamber of Commerce. MNP Offl,[ PINE ttlll.E 0.Z$ Acres  Your horses will love this fabulous view site with ompluted proposed t PP, septic layout. P, eeetly surveyed ..... ......................................... '0,000 S.I Acres  Preathfaking Panoramic View Lot. Completely Surveyed. Has proposed Sand Piece County Health Pepartmet softie layout for t itF, resideme. Seller will provide county approval with acceptable offer ................ Z6i,000 Z.06 Acres - Fam'asti View Lot ,eady To o! Overlooking Hills Mootaim. reat Surest Views.Sel'ie in  Certified for 4 edrm home, Paved Priveway, Pad, Lots of Trees, Water Meter, Water Tank & Fire Hydrant lralled, Surveyed .... Z,O00 5/lres on Piso  eite Slope to Oeldle Steep. Pemely reed 10t with great views. Suller will provide pore test, septic payout upo aeptod offer. ..................... qi,000 WIOLA E, qfAfE, q .i Acres - Approved Ram for tPE, Z*PA, 1400 g.F. esidenee, teeny Approved radi Plan, Approved lpg Septic Layout, Water Muter, Eeady To iuild ................ Z| 9,000 /ll41WA Y 79 ,l Acres  0rear horse property with well and 700 gallon wafer storage tank. Adjacent to Aza-rrego State Park. [leetris ad Telephone available ............... iTi,000 tiAJ, COH tag( .49 Acre  Ten'So all usable level to gentle lot with approved septis layout for Z E. residence. Manufactured home OIL Water shares to survey. Survey oplute. All utilities available ............................ Pries Eedueed to $8,000 PAUL IOANIC Ower-roker Plecrty of FE Parking 4470 HIGHWAY 7 76 Mr. Lagua Cabi, Entreat - Over I000 s.f. with l bedrooms plus loft. Large atural stoe fireplace. Located on U.S. Forestry lad at AI IPahr Shrie Camp. .1t9.000 Large Custom . ZA. over 000 S.F. on .9 Acres. Open Floor Plan. Central Heat - Air. #oorut Kitchen with #ranite Counters and Cherry Cabinets. Hardwood and Slate Flooring. Highly motivated Seller. Exeeptiol Value. 79,900 Large eusto  IPE BA.,.. Over 000 Sq. Ft.... Original Owner - Wonderfully aitained on over t.7 acres in Wyola Estates. .49,000 Kenfwood 1.9 acres, septic approved, water meter .199,000 LAN OFFIOE ttAEElgON PAK .6,, = Acre  All usable overlooking Kenner lamh. Has approved septic layout. Water shares to convey. Easy access to couWo/ maintained road ............................. 9,000 Z.77 Acres -- Irregularly shaped sold "as-is" Owned by harrison Park Water Pistriet. geetri at property, itKINP ALL OFFEKS ................................... 90,000 Terrific Views -- Two legal Paresis, Two Addreues for the Pries of Oriel 1.l 6 res. Septic in for one. Two SuTs of Water Shares, Eleeh'ie Pole on Twin Oaks Property. Electric Pole on Pine Tree Lane. Must gee TO Appredato. 19 Twin Oaks Z Pine Tree Lane ......... Priced To Sull at q 9,000 ! 0 Acres with #faded Pad, Surveyed, 10,000 gal water tank, graded aeeees road. Spectacular Views. Ideal for vineyard, orchard, great horse property. Agent must asoompany ..... Offered at 'Z7,O00 ,UYAMAO,4 WO08 Properties are "OH the rid" (He ,#tE). There is telephone uMeroroud to each parcel. 8oe have wafer meter, ome ,,d w, ll,. All oriaiallg approved for  g residences. Suilable for anufaetored hexes. .7t Acres -- Panoramic View Property. Priveway and pad roughod in. Has water meter. Telephone available., q $,000 Z.61 acres  The best ocean  mouain views in the couwry. Underground telephone, septic installed for  I, residence. Eeellewr well with ! 0,000 gallon storage ................. .................. Eedueed from 69,000 How $199,000 .J Acres - Septic in for  lklrm, raded Usable Lal, Nice View, Well I0,000 gal-wator storage tank ....... #! 99,000 J Sales-Associates i Sttl;It, YLL STlt, ICKLANPEIOK PYEP. I