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$121,500

Residential - Heber, AZ

173.05 acres
Sec.29 T14N R17E:Parcel 6 per survey Heber AZ 85928
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Huge 173.05 acre parcel with lots of trees; Juniper, Pinion and even a few Ponderosa pines. Build a home or place a manufactured home, power by generator or solar and haul water from the co-op well. ...
Lee Larson, Coldwell Banker - Road to the Rim
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$239,000

Manufactured/Mobile - Winslow, AZ

40 acres
6657 May Road Winslow AZ 86047
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Opportunity to own your own self sufficient 40 acre ranch. There is a 30x34x14 /Arched Rib Quonset Building with a concrete slab and 15 chain tie downs on each side. A 12x12 block stgorage building wi...
Lee Larson, Coldwell Banker - Road to the Rim
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$65,000

Manufactured/Mobile - Heber, AZ

30 acres
Sec.5 T14N,R17E:NE4,NW4 Lane Heber AZ 85928
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RIGHT ON BLACK CANYON! Immaculate mobile set up with 5 panel solar system and solar hot water system, plus wind generator, high end dry chem toilet system, 2500 gal water storage with 1978 truck to ha...
Lee Larson, Coldwell Banker - Road to the Rim
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Navajo County, AZ Land Info

Navajo County is a large urban county in Arizona. It is situated close to a metro region that helps drives economic activity and employment for residents of the county. Of the 15 counties in Arizona, Navajo County ranks ninth in terms of its population (108,277, according to 2015 Census estimates). Based on its natural assets, tourism and recreation define the economic landscape of Navajo County. The county is also considered popular among retirees. At 9,960 square miles, Navajo County is Arizona's fourth biggest county (covering nine percent of the state). Recent internal data place the average per-acre value of land for sale in Navajo County at $2,205, with an average list price of $13,288 for land and farms for sale in Navajo County. The main agricultural staple here is crops. Farming activities in Navajo County generate annual revenues of $65 million, nine percent of which is from livestock products and 91 percent from crop harvests.

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