This large parcel is over 22 acres with BEAUTIFUL VIEWS of the mountains that are within dirt bike distance! It already has dirt road access. It's the equivalent of 547th Ave. It is raw land with no improvements, but has access from both the west and east roads. This section of Tonopah is in a flood zone, this property is right on the edge of that zone. Most people use mobile homes are allowed or use as a recreational property for motor biking, agricultural growing farms, camping, snow birds vacation spot, investment for future gains, etc... Call today to get more information! Video of property available upon request!!
Large 22+ Acre Lot For Sale In The Growing Township of Tonopah, AZ
MARKET VALUE UP TO $45,000.00 BUY TODAY For as Little as $24,500.00
Thats 45% off!!!!
OR OWN IT TODAY FOR JUST $26,500.00 (With Seller Financing) Check out our affordable payment options below...
OR PAY IN FULL...and get it for only $24,500.00 (that is another 10% discount off the already reduced seller financing price)
FULL PAY TODAY: Just $24,500.00 Reduced Closing Fee: $250.00 OR, CALL US!
OR FINANCE IT (No credit checks)... Down $1000 11.9% $565.95 60 months $1,500.00 $2500 10.9% $520.62 60 months $3,000.00 $5000 8.9% $445.26 60 months $5,500.00
*You may pay off the property at any time with no pre-payment penalty.
*A doc fee of $500 is added to all down payments.
*Down Payment/Earnest Money can be made by credit card
CALL US AT: 928-487-5778
Area Information: What's Happening in Maricopa County, Arizona? Phoenix is a rapidly growing city and the capital of the southwestern U.S. state of Arizona. Known for its year-round sun and warmer climate, it boasts the 5th largest multi-city metropolitan area known as the Valley of the Sun. It's known for high-end spas and resorts, Jack Nicklausdesigned golf courses and vibrant nightclubs. Other highlights include the Desert Botanical Garden, two wildlife zoos, and amusement parks around the Valley. All of this and more is just a short car ride away and will only get closer. The cost of living in Phoenix is 4% lower than the Arizona average.
The cost of living in Phoenix is 7% lower than the national average.
The cost of housing in Phoenix is 9% lower than the national average. Further expansion west includes the city of Belmont, AZ. This new concept smart-city will be adding 80,000 housing units, retail locations, public schools, and office, retail, and industrial areas. With Arizonas low-regulation policy, Belmont will be at the forefront of technological testing and advancement, drawing residents from around the country. The new plans also call for a 5-mile corridor of the proposed Interstate 11 expansion running from Phoenix to Las Vegas to cut through Belmont, creating additional opportunities for those in the area.
The area will only continue to grow and expand, making Tonopah right on the edge of Phoenix of tomorrow.
Local Hot Spots
Attractions & Other Information
There are many places to go and things to see in the area. Among these are:
Arizona Chamber Symphony Arizona Opera (also in Tucson) Arizona Science Center Desert Botanical Garden Chandler Center for the Arts Heard Museum of Anthropology and Primitive Arts Grady Gammage Auditorium (at ASU) Nelson Fine Arts Center (at ASU) Phoenix Art Museum Phoenix Symphony Phoenix Zoo Shemer Art Center Symphony Hall Taliesin West, former summer home of famed architect, Frank Lloyd Wright
SPORTS & RECREATION
Outdoor recreation abounds in the area. Among the offerings are:
The Arizona Cardinals (NFL Football) Phoenix Suns (NBA Basketball) Phoenix Mercury (WNBA Basketball) Arizona Diamondbacks (Major League Baseball) Phoenix Coyotes (NHL Hockey) Arizona Rattlers (Arena Football) Cactus League (professional baseball spring training) Professional golf tournaments during the season Phoenix Greyhound Park Racing Phoenix International Raceway Golf Courses - 25 within 15 minutes The Fiesta Bowl Sun Devil Stadium