The median home value in Baker, CA is $65,000.
the county median home value of $65,000.
The national median home value is $152,300.
The average price of homes sold in Baker, CA is $65,000.
Approximately 30.67% of Baker homes are owned,
compared to 27.3% rented, while
42.02% are vacant.
Baker real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
If you see a property you’re interested in, contact a Baker real estate agent to arrange a tour today! Learn more about Baker Real Estate.
±11.74 acres strategically situation on Baker Blvd & I-15 Freeway in Baker. Income Producing Property with 2 billboards. Right at the on and off ramp to I-15 Freeway - Excellent Location with over 650 feet of freeway frontage! Exceptional visibility from the I-15 Freeway with high daily traffic counts - ideal location to capture Las Vegas travelers. Close to Highway 127 and the Mojave National Preserve. Baker is the half way point between Los Angeles and Las Vegas where everyone stops for food and gas. Property is zoned Highway Commercial allowing for multiple uses. Great opportunity for investors or users - this commercial freeway property is priced to sell at less than $1.50 per square foot!! Central Baker location on Baker Blvd.
Built in 1962 during the Cuban Missile Crisis, this 3 story bunker was used as a communication repeater station between Washington DC, Los Angeles, San Diego and San Francisco during the Cold War and the Vietnam War. Hidden in plain sight, the small garage sits within the confines of a barbed wire industrial fence that encloses ±0.75 acres. On the surface only the ±875 SF garage, paved parking lot, air vents, escape hatch, three-phase power and nuclear blast detector are visible. Below the surface is the ±8,120 SF bunker constructed of 20,000PSI concrete with two-feet thick ceiling, walls and floor. The entrance and emergency exit are protected by 1,000 pound blast doors located at the base of a three-story metal stairwell. To construct this bunker today, it would cost over $20M.