Spectacular Natural Views In Beautiful Northern Arizona
Six miles east of Holbrook is Sun Valley, made up of the units of the Arizona Ranchero subdivision. This large property is approximately 2.5 acres. This is some of the highest ground in the area. The view of the Painted Desert area is spectacular. From here you look to the south with views that must be 100 miles or more. To the north you see gorgeous rows of colorful mountain ranges. The area has scattered sagebrush, grasses and green meadows that go forever with spectacular rock formations jutting up. It looks like a stagecoach should be going by any time. To the east you are looking straight into the Painted Desert and the Petrified Forest National Park with all of its glorious rock formations pointing skyward.
This subdivision is bordered by over 10,000 acres of state owned and Bureau Of Land Management land. In the original parts of the subdivision there is a post office, a fire and medic rescue station, a school, several churches, RV sales and RV park, a livestock auction house, several businesses and about 100 to 150 homes. This newer section sits in the northernmost portion and has the best views.
You would be comfortably close to town but not in a developed subdivision. The present water, telephone, and power lines are close to the interstate. You will be about an hour north of St. Johns and Showlow, which is the center of the White Mountains. The entrances to the Painted Desert and the Petrified Forest National Park are only minutes away.
In less than an hour's drive you can visit Indian reservations, archaeological sites, Zion Reservoir, the fabulous White Mountains and Apache Sitgreaves National Park. The park offers forests, rivers, lakes, and streams. Homolovi State Park near Winslow gives fascinating archaeological insights. Just south of St. Johns is Lyman Lake State Park with its 1,500 acre reservoir. Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area near Show Low is a beautiful place for camping, fishing, picnicking, and boating. You will only be a few hours' drive from the Grand Canyon, Lake Powell, Canyon De Chelly, Rainbow Bridge, Glen Canyon, and many more exciting places.
Holbrook offers all of the high quality facilities you could ask for. Nostalgic Route 66 runs right through Holbrook, which sits atop the largest water aquifer in Arizona. As a result water is very inexpensive and plentiful. The region has excellent air quality with very low humidity and averages almost 300 days per year of sunshine. Solar power is an excellent choice in this area. Only 18% of county land falls under individual and corporate ownership.
This would be an excellent spot for that get-away home, retirement spot, or just a savvy investment.
This property is Arizona Rancheros, Unit 102, Lot 98. The subdivision corners and boundaries were surveyed and staked, although individual lots were not. There are no restrictions on the property. It is zoned Ag-1 so built homes, mobiles, and modulars are allowed. Camping and RVs are allowed on an occasional basis. There are no time limits on when to build. There is no requirement that you must ever build. There are no association dues. There are no liens or back taxes owed on the property. For now water would be by storage or by well if you decide to have one drilled. Sewage would be by septic when you build. Cell phones work nearly everywhere out here.
This is your chance to save big as there are local sellers marketing similar properties for much more.
Finance Price: $3,975 + $195 document fee. First payment of $294 covers the document fee and $99 goes towards the property. Finance the balance for as little as $80.46 per month over 5 years. We do not run a credit check, everyone qualifies for financing.
Cash Discount Price: $3,772 (includes document fee)
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