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407 Properties:

$299,000

SONOITA CREEK RANCH

37.18 acres
250 Camino Las Barrancas Rio Rico AZ 85648
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Incredible 37 acre parcel bordering the spectacular Sonoita Creek to the north with numerous level building sites throughout. The sites on the point overlook provide a breathtaking drop-off and a view...
Rick Peagler, First United Realty
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$1,200,000

Rural - Elgin, AZ

300 acres
307A Vaughn Loop Elgin AZ 85611
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A unique large parcel in southeastern Santa Cruz County in the Elgin Wine Country. Perfect location for many uses including a vineyard, farming, equestrian development, guest ranch, private retreat o...
Charles Kentnor, Keller Williams Southern Arizona
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$175,000

Rural - Patagonia, AZ

42.71 acres
Rail X Ranch Estates Patagonia AZ 85624
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Are you looking for privacy, views and accessibility? Then this is the lot for you. Just minutes from Patagonia, 30 minutes to Nogales and about an hour to Tucson International Airport and Tucson. Mul...
Charles Kentnor, Keller Williams Southern Arizona
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$8,000,000

SOUTH MILL RANCH

1224 acres
1266 Morning Star Drive Rio Rico AZ 85646
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SOUTH MILL RANCH is 1,224 /- deeded acres of sensational dramatic beauty which boasts of an absolutely magnificent main house, two very attractive guest houses and a stable complex with a conference ...
Rick Peagler, First United Realty
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Santa Cruz County, AZ Land Info

Santa Cruz 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. The most common type of land for sale in Santa Cruz County recently was farms, while Rio Rico featured the most land for sale. Recent internal data places the average per-acre value of land for sale in Santa Cruz County at $13,011, with an average list price of $1.3 million for land and farms for sale in Santa Cruz County. Of the 15 counties in Arizona, Santa Cruz County ranks 12th in terms of its population (46,461, according to Census data from 2015). Government and state-level services are the main economic drivers in Santa Cruz County. The county is also considered popular among retirees. Size-wise, Santa Cruz County is Arizona's 15th biggest county (1,238 square miles, which represents one percent of the state). Farming activities in Santa Cruz County generate annual revenues of $15 million, five percent of which is from livestock products and 95 percent from crop harvests. The main agricultural staple here is crops.

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