Ranch 751: 36.50 acres
The eastern half- of this land is heavily treed throughout with mature stands of fragrant evergreens. The western acreage is a mix of trees and level grassy meadows that end at the propertys boundary with 640 acres of wooded State Trust land. The northern boundary of this land borders another 640 acres of beautifully wooded State land. A prominent elevated ridge runs the entire length of the acreage from north to south for approximately one quarter of a mile. Outstanding wooded cabin sites lay across the brow of the ridge with sweeping views of the lush Blanco Canyon Valley below and distant snow capped mountains filling the horizon in all directions. This is a prime groundwater area. The Arizona Department of Water Resources registered report indicates groundwater from near surface to 250. This very private property is situated at 6,200 feet and has outstanding solar exposures The sandy loam soil is garden and orchard ready . This land is positioned in an outstanding climate zone. Spring, summer and fall months see average highs in the low 60's to upper 80's in bright sunshine. Several light winter snowfalls produce an average of 16 inches of snow. Annual rainfall averages 11 inches. . An exceptional buy at $26,800 with $2,680 down, $258 per month p.i.
Here is where you can truly live self sufficiently on this lush northern Arizona land. With a mild four season climate and rich sandy loam soil base, the land is ideal for growing a wide range of vegetables and fruit trees.
There is no surface rock on this land. A soft sandy loam soil covers the entire acreage providing an excellent growing base for a wide range of self-sufficiency vegetables and fruit trees. Rich evergreen tree cover throughout the land affords outstanding privacy and seclusion from a variety of high set building sites. Cabin decks and picture windows will view out across rugged mountains and creek fed valleys. The land is off grid, although it offers exceptional southern and western solar exposures for solar power. Propane delivery is also available from the local supplier. Water wells in the area produce clean abundant water at accessible depths. Arizona's top hunting and fishing destinations are minutes away in the nearby national forest. Residents herds of elk and antelope are frequent visitors to the land. Zoning allows freedom of use for residential, agricultural and recreational use. There is no requirement to build. Camping and RV use are at the pleasure of the owners. Road access to the property is constructed on title insured easements and is maintained. No qualifying seller financing is available. Seller will pay all escrow fees including title insurance and recording fees. Monthly payments account serviced by First American Title, one of the nations largest title companies. All corners have been clearly monumented by licensed surveyors. Registered survey provided to buyer. Call First United Realty at 800.966.6690 for a free photo brochure including additional area properties, topographical map, monthly weather chart, and info on nearby historic town.
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