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Julian Living: Cozy Mountain Home just 2 blocks off the main road in Historic Julian perfect for living year round, or as a vacation home or potential VRBO. Walk to fresh apple pie/shopping. Garage converted into caretakers studio many years ago is ready for your personal touches as ADU or additional storage space. Has muni water/sewer/electric. True pride of ownership. Both buildings in good shape w/ dual pane windows, new appliances, newer roofs, fresh paint. Gorgeous lilac trees and mature fruit trees., Julian is located in a mixed pine-oak woodland at 33Â°4'15?N 116Â°35'8?W (33.070930, -116.585601), 4,235 feet (1,219 m) above sea level. Precipitation averages 26 inches (660 mm) per year, notably higher than rainfall totals in coastal and desert areas of San Diego County, due to the orographic effect. According to the United States Census Bureau, the CDP has a total area of 7.8 square miles (20 km2), all land. Soils in and around Julian are mostly dark brown, slightly to moderately acidic sandy loams which are well drained and of variable stoniness. Less stony areas, which underlie most of the townsite, are in the Holland series. The hills around town have rocky soils of the Crouch series. Somewhat poorly drained alluvial loam occurs along Coleman Creek. Julian experiences more extreme temperatures and greater precipitation than much of southern California. It also receives snow in winter, which accumulates the most in March and can occur as late as April or even May. As is typical in southern California, the summer time has the driest months, but with a number of monsoonal storms from the southeast. This attracts people from San Diego and other coastal cities, where it does not snow. Average yearly snowfall from 1893 to 2012 has been 22 inches (56 cm). Living in Julian, you may see a wide variety of wildlife including, deer, coyotes, opossum, raccoon, owls, eagles, mountain lions and wild turkeys.