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I am retiring and selling the last parcels in my inventory at bargain prices.
Here's a rare and beautiful 2.5 Acre parcel on W Camino Amistad, on the outskirts on Willcox, close to the Graham County line. The property is about an hour drive from Tucson, and only 15 minutes north of Willcox.
Willcox is a small friendly city where you can find Grocery Stores, Restaurants, Hardware Stores, Medical Service, Schools, etc...
The area is dotted with small and mid size farms and ranches...it's a beautiful area with a country-side feel to it.
The soil is fertile, and climate is good for growing most types of vegetables and fruits, as well as grapes.
Zoning is R-36 and horses are allowed.
This is an exquisite find for a small ranch or farm - and for only (Wow).... where can you find such value at this price?
The property is only a minute off a paved road (Fort Grant Road).
As mentioned, there are several neighbors in the close vicinity. The address of the home across the street is 5763 W Camino Amistad.
There is power right on the property.
The adjacent lot to the west (lot 179) has been sold.
This land area is pristine and peaceful, and has gorgeous panoramic views. Terrain is level.
Water would be by drilling a Well. Water is also commonly obtained via hauling to a storage tank, available locally.
Sewer would be by installing a septic system. Mobile Homes are allowed.
Permanently living in RV's on vacant land is not allowed in any county I know of... zoning codes do not allow that for obvious reasons. RV stays of up to 6 months per calendar year are possible in Cochise County, upon installation of a county approved waste disposal system.
I highly doubt you'll find nicer land in this area at such a low a price (and with owner finance).
Pictures at the parcel were taken by me last summer.
Picture 1 thru 11 are at the property, and of W Camino Amistad looking east and west.
Pictures 12 thru 15 are at the intersection of W Camino Amistad & Fort Grant Road.
Cochise County APN 201-04-180
Winchester Ranch Estates Lot 180
Coordinates to Southeast corner: 32.416626, -109.922742
Lot dimensions: 330' X 327' feet.
This parcel is offered under the following terms:
This is priced to sell at only
To get started: Buyer shall pay a Down Payment of + Closing Costs of via Paypal.
I will email the buyer an invoice upon being notified you are 100% ready and able to purchase this property, and make that initial payment promptly.
Buyer will simultaneously receive the contract for deed and the Paypal invoice for Payment will be deducted from Purchase Price.
I will owner finance the remaining balance of in 14 monthly payments of .
Buyer will add to monthly payment for prepayment of property tax.
A Warranty Deed will be issued upon completion of payments.
Annual taxes are only are No HOA or POA dues, and no time limit to build by.
Title is free and clear and my taxes are always paid on time.
DISCOUNTS: A Discount of is offered for paying in Cash / or for paying in full within 3 months.
When/if ready to purchase, below are the very simple steps / process:
1. Buyers email me their full name and address.
2. I then prepare the contract and email it along with the Paypal invoice for the initial amount to get started.
3. This initial payment must be submitted within 24 hours, and I then mark the listing Sold.
I am semi-retired and under no pressure to sell. Please take all the time you need, whether it's for doing your due diligence, or going see the property if possible, or consulting with all those you need approval from on buying, etc, etc...
PLEASE do not send an email saying you are ready to proceed, if in fact you're not..."Drills" are unwelcome and unnecessary.
I am selling "vacant Land" - not entering into a "Landlord-Tenant" relationship...
That being said, if your intention is to start developing / living on this land right away, and/or placing "objects" on it, then you cannot buy this land on contract, and must pay for it in full right away.... 100% use requires 100% ownership.
I need to mention this because I've had a few folks who presumptuously assumed since they paid a few hundred dollars to get into a land contract, they can now "move right in" and do as they please.