- down (plus the doc fee)
- /Mo for 36 months (plus prorated taxes and note maintenance fee)
Explore Willcox, a city in Cochise County, Arizona. The city is located in the Sulphur Springs Valley, a flat and sparsely populated drainage basin dotted with seasonal lakes. Enjoy being surrounded by Arizona's most prominent mountain ranges, including the Pinaleño Mountains and the Chiricahua Mountains.
At 0.25 acres the lot is easy to manage, but if you crave more space, no problem because there are five adjoining lots of the same size available. You could have up to 1.25 acres. You'll be just over an hour from the big city of Tucson in the southeastern corner of the state. The area takes its name from the legendary Chiricahua Apache war chief Cochise. Cochise was a popular setting for many a television show and even a movie back in the 1950'S, when cowboys and indians were all the rage.
Cochise County is all about natural beauty & adventure. Here you can hike, rock climb, camp, picnic & bird watch until your heart's content. This area also offers opportunities for visitors to rest and relax at the many Inns, B&B's and guest ranches. Once this property is yours, you'll have your own camp to catch some R & R whenever you want. So, whether it's adventure or tranquility you seek, you can find it here. Explore the Chiricahua Mountains where Cochise, and later, Geronimo once hunted and sought protection for their people. Ramsey Canyon Preserve and the San Pedro River, are home to many a wild critter, including black bear & coatimundi, and dozens of rare bird species.
Visit vineyards & wineries, from Sonoita to Dos Cabezas to Willcox or take a cave tour just south of Benson is Kartchner Caverns State Park. Don't miss the fabled area ghost towns like Gleeson and Pearce, and of course the infamous town of Tombstone. For the history buffs, don't miss a visit to Fort Huachuca, home of the Buffalo Soldiers, or Fort Bowie, built to protect the Butterfield Stages that carried mail & passengers through the danger of Apache Pass on their way from St. Louis to San Francisco.
The property is in a Flood Zone A, which means the area has a 1% annual chance of flooding and a 26% chance of flooding over the life of a 30-year mortgage. There is a proposed road on the northern and western portion of the lot, but it is not built yet. Your lot has no time limit to build and you can build anything for residential purposes. While you can set up camp, permanent RV's or mobile homes are a no go. Utilities are powered by solar, wind or generator, and you can set up satellite tv along with your cellular phone service. Set up septic and a well and you're good to go.
Subdivision: Twin Lakes Country Club
STREET Address: N/A, near Willcox, AZ 85643
COUNTY: Cochise County, Az
Size: 0.25 acres +/-
Lot Dimensions: 97 feet (Northern Leg 1) x 97 feet (Northern Leg 2) x 136 feet (Eastern Leg) x 136 feet Western Leg) x 32 feet (Southern Leg)
Legal Description: Twin Lakes Country Club Unit 12 Lot 6427 in Cochise County Az
Nw: 32.238019, -109.836664
Ne: 32.238250, -109.836198
Sw: 32.237835, -109.836284
Se: 32.237873, -109.836212
Elevation: 4,160 ft
ANNUAL Taxes: Approx. per year
ZONING: Residential - Temporary occupancy of one RV in conjunction with a permitted principal use up to six months in a calendar year with a required Temporary Use Permit; stays of 15-consecutive days or less do not require a permit. Any building/use permit issued shall be valid without renewal, for a period of 24- months; however, the County Zoning Inspector may, upon written request of the permittee prior to the expiration of the permit, extend the time limit for the permit once for an additional 12-months provided substantial progress has been made. You can build anything for residential purposes such as Single Family, Mobile or Manufactured home. Please contact Cochise County Planning & Zoning for additional information.
Flood Zone A: Areas with a 1% annual chance of flooding and a 26% chance of flooding over the life of a 30-year mortgage. Because detailed analyses are not performed for such areas; no depths or base flood elevations are shown within these zones.
ACCESS: There is a proposed road on the Northern and Western portion of the lot but it was not yet built.
WATER: Would be a well, water haul and holding tank or other similar option
SEWER: Would be by Septic
UTILITIES: Power by solar, wind or generator, Phone by cellular, satellite Tv/Internet/Phone