Buying land in Navajo County, Arizona, is a GREAT investment. Navajo County exposes you to many outdoor activities including camping, hiking, boating, biking, fishing, golfing, and hunting. Navajo County is a true sportsman’s paradise! Disconnect from your busy work week and recharge! Now is the perfect time to own your stake in this popular tourist county of Arizona and experience the many outdoor activities Navajo County has to offer.
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It is just minutes from the Petrified Forest National Park, 20 miles from Holbrook, 110 miles from Flagstaff, 180 miles from the Grand Canyon, 200 miles from Phoenix, and 250 miles from Tucson. It is clear and flat, making it a great candidate for both building and recreational activities. You can park RVs, have mobile or modular homes, tiny homes, and more here! What an opportunity.
Use this as a pleasant retreat from the hot summer temperatures and escape the chaotic urban life.
There are many recreational things to do and explore in this area. There is golfing and the Concho Valley Country Club & Golf Course. Concho Lake, which is one of Arizona’a few spring fed lakes, is also nearby. For boating, fishing, camping and water sports, there is Lyman Lake State Park. The world’s largest and most colorful concentrations of petrified wood is also nearby. The Petrified Forest National Park & Painted Desert, which covers 93,000 acres, includes petroglyphs left behind by past cultures.
This property is great for recreation, and there are tons of activities nearby. You can golf, go hiking, visit Mt Lemmon, go horseback riding, use your ATV, and so much more! Wildlife is also abundant in the area with Whitmore Canyon Wilderness Study Area, Leslie Canyon National Wildlife Refuge, and Coconino National Forest all nearby. Natural vegetation of cacti, mesquite trees and grasses are on the property. Deer, coyotes, rabbits, javelina and a huge variety of birds live in the area. It is also close to Wilcox where you can experience wine festivals, rodeos, parades, and more!
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|Best Attribute||Near many major roads and interstate 40|
|General Location||Located in a historic county with great value.|
|APN or Other ID||106-02-066|
|Legal Description||Petrified Forest Estates No. 5 Lot 66|
|Terrain||Flat to Gently Rolling|
|General Elevation (in feet)||5401|
|Water||Would be by well or alternative system|
|Sewer||Septic or Alternative System|
|Time to Build||No Limit|
|Title Info||Clear Title|
|Annual Property Taxes (Approx)||$12.74|
|Terms||All Cash - Buyer assumes $9.18 back taxes post acquisition|
|Price (Before Fees)||$1313|