Looking for a property to build your dream vacation home? Look no further, as this lot in Yavapai, Arizona is perfect for you! This 38.65-acre lot is elevated from the road which gives it absolutely stunning views of mountain ranges and national forest in the distance. Its perfect for residential home, hunting, agricultural, or weekend getaway to enjoy cool crisp air, pine trees, and serene mountain living. A great investment and retirement plan, this lot will be gone before you know it so check it out today!
CASH PRICE DETAILS:
Cash Price: $19,990 + Title Closing Fee
HOW TO SEE THE LAND:
Simply click on this interactive map or enter any of this GPS Coordinates in your favorite maps software to find it: 35.2695278, -112.9383889 Center Coordinates (Approximate)
Size: 38.65 Acre
Address: Unnamed Rd, Seligman, Arizona, 86337
Coordinates: 35.2695278, -112.9383889
Title: Conveyed w/ Title Insurance via Warranty Deed
Access: Dirt Road
Terrain: Gentle Slope
Legal Description: Sierra Verde Ranch Unit Vii Tr #393 Sec 21-22-6w Cont 38.65ac
Power: Source of electricity could be Solar panel or generator.
Water: 2 Community Wells provided by our Property Owners Association - Anvil Rock Well - Water System ID# 13259 , Jolly Well - Water System ID# 13283
Gas: Would need to use propane gas.
Sewage: Would need to install Septic disposal system.
Internet: Internet and Phones services on the subdivision are often serve by Verizon Wireless.
Camping: No, Camping is not allowed to the property.
Mobile Homes: No, mobile homes allowed on the property.
Residential: Yes, Allowed to be constructed on the lot.
Yearly Tax: $323.08
The property is nestled in Yavapai County. Yavapai County is near the center of the U.S. state of Arizona. The county seat is Prescott. Yavapai County comprises the Prescott, AZ Metropolitan Statistical Area. Fun Fact: The county was named after the Yavapai Tribe, whose name means the "hill people."
As of the 2010 census, there were 211,033 people, 90,903 households, and 57,597 families residing in the county. The population density was 26.0 inhabitants per square mile (10.0/km2). There were 110,432 housing units at an average density of 13.6 per square mile (5.3/km2).
Of the 90,903 households, 22.8% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 50.3% were married couples living together, 9.0% had a female householder with no husband present, 36.6% were non-families, and 29.1% of all households were made up of individuals. The average household size was 2.28 and the average family size was 2.78.
The median income for a household in the county was $43,290 and the median income for a family was $53,499. Males had a median income of $40,854 versus $31,705 for females. The per capita income for the county was $25,527.
THINGS TO DO:
The property is surrounded by different national forests. One popular destination is the Prescott National Forest, which is just 2 hours drive away. Prescott National Forest, "Where the Desert Meets the Pines," boasts of pine-clad mountains, lakes, and rivers which you can best enjoy through primitive camping, RV camping, or cabin rental. With over 450 miles of scenic trails, this forest offers diverse outdoor recreations for all ages. You and your family can go hiking, backpacking, horseback riding, OHV riding, rock hounding, or wildlife watching. There are water activities to enjoy too like fishing, boating, and kayaking. Or if youre the daring type, the Forest also offers extreme adventures like hang gliding, technical rock climbing and bouldering, whitewater rafting, and mountain biking.
Another great place to explore is the town of Seligman, which is just 27 minutes away from the property. This iconic little town can proudly say that its the birthplace of Americas main street, Route 66. You can visit Return To The 50s Museum and find vintage cars, motorcycles, and old converted gas station; here, you can learn about the history of Seligman and Route 66. You might even get to see Tow Mater and other characters from the Disney-Pixar movie Cars. There are also several special gift shops that offer Route 66 souvenirs and memorabilia.
Your stay in Arizona is never complete until youve visited the famous Grand Canyon National Park! Just 2 hours drive from the property, youll be awestruck at the sight of the Grand Canyon's massive expanse of gorges, ridges, and rock formations. Simply enjoying the view from a variety of vantage points is an activity that could take hours! One of the best ways to admire the canyon is to join hike tours, bus tours or bike tours on nearby trails. Or if youre adventurous enough, rafting in the Colorado River is another option.
Enjoying serene mountain living doesnt mean you have to leave behind the city life convenience youre accustomed of. In fact, the property is just an hour away from malls and outdoor markets, so shopping and attending to your other daily needs is a breeze. When you need to do groceries, pay for your bills, or simply want to catch a movie, you can head to Ranch Plaza, Bill Williams Shopping Plaza, Prescott Gateway Mall, Frontier Village Center, Flagstaff Mall, Sherwood Forest Shopping Center, and University Plaza Shopping Center.
Or if you love bargains, unique finds, unusual gift items, or arts and crafts, you can visit specialty shops like the Shops at Prescott Gateway, Bashford Courts, Fashion Show, Old Town Shops, Great Western Center, Village At The Boulders, Tlaquepaque Arts & Shopping Village, The Newstate Shops, and The Grand Canal Shoppes.
Love to dine out and explore new flavors? Arizonas food favorites are a must-try! Youll love their burrito, Chimichanga, Navajo Taco, Sonoran hotdog, posole, and menudo. You can easily taste these favorites as the property is near local eateries like the Chipotle Mexican Grill, Westside Lilo's Caf, Grand Canyon Caverns Grotto, Delgadillos Snow Cap, Pizza Joint, The Roadkill Cafe/O.K. Saloon, Juanhijos Burritos, Copper Cart, Black Cat Bar, Route 66 RoadRunner, Lulu Belles BBQ, Ranch House Caf, Piccadilly Pizza & Subs, Historic Seligman Sundries, El Charro Norte, Caf 10, and Olive Garden Italian Restaurant. And if you miss your favorite fast food, theres also Subway and A&W Restaurant.
POINTS OF INTEREST:
Seligman (8.3 miles), Prescott National Forest (65.1 miles), Coconino National Forest (78.5 miles), Kaibab National Forest (96.4 miles), Humphreys Peak Trail (106 miles), Lake Mead National Recreational Area (109 miles), and Grand Canyon National Park (112 miles).
NEARBY TOWNS FROM THE PROPERTY:
Chino Valley (66.5 miles), Prescott Valley (83.0 miles), Prescott (83.3 miles), Dewey-Humboldt (93.4 miles), Clarkdale (107 miles), Sedona (109 miles), Cottonwood (110 miles), Jerome (102 miles), Camp Verde (118 miles), and Las Vegas (184 miles).
ABOUT US: We are Drehle-Ewan Bros. Land, LLC a land company that is based in Colorado. We pride ourselves on delivering an experience like no other. Unlike other land companies, we stand out by sharing as much information with you, that way you can reach out to our company when you are ready with specific questions and or move forward on the property of your dreams. When you choose our business, you are dealing with the owners of the company, two farm boys that stand on the principles of small town USA; not some big corporation based in New York that doesnt care about you and your unique land investing needs. When you do business with us, you can count on us giving you our 1000% to you every single time, so what are you waiting for?
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