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Near Grand Canyon

Meadview, AZ 86444

Mohave County, Arizona

7.62 Acres
$49,975 USD
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Hualapai Highlands - Incredibly Beautiful, Very Remote, And Unspoiled Area Very Near the Grand Canyon.

The Hualapai Highlands Subdivision sits on a large plateau with the Grand Canyon to the North and East and the Grand Wash Cliffs to the West. This Subdivision is Bordered on All 4 Sides by BLM Land Containing 1,000'S of Acres. This Will Ensure Your Privacy and Offers Many Additional Recreational Opportunities.

This approximately 7.62 acre group is made up of six adjoining approximately 1.27 acre lots, totaling about 990 feet by a bit over 335 feet. Their legal description is Hualapai Highlands, Unit 23-30-16 Lots 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, and 24.

These properties are bordered on their east side by Bureau Of Land Management land. Grand Canyon National Park is less than 1 1/2 miles to the east, and the Grand Wash Cliffs are 3/4 mile to the west. The Grand Canyon itself is a little over 5.5 miles to the northeast. This is a remote, unspoiled, incredibly beautiful area.

Private property this close to the Grand Canyon is increasingly hard to find, and this is the highlands where elevation is about 5,400 - 5,500 feet. The average mid-summer highs are 90.8 degrees with average lows of 54.7 degrees. The winters are comfortable and the air is clean with very low humidity.

If you drive a sturdy 4x4 vehicle you can drive directly to this property if you can handle a brief uphill rocky patch. Otherwise, you should probably plan on hiking in the last two miles. There is platted access, but there has been no development of this gorgeous region.

The Grand Canyon has been proclaimed to be "The Eighth Natural Wonder of the World" and is "The Most Visited National Park". It is over a mile deep and up to 18 miles wide and stretches for 277 miles, covering 1,218,375 acres. You will be just a few miles from The Hualapai Indian Reservation, Guano Point and the Skywalk Glass Bridge. This glass bridge suspends visitors 4,000 Feet above the Grand Canyon floor. This is a view of the Canyon you will never forget.

The get to the subdivision you will drive down the middle of a very large canyon with breathtaking views of the Grand Wash Cliffs on your left and Iron Mountain on your right.

Meadview is the closest town, which is the entrance to the incredible Lake Mead National Recreational Area. You will only be about 85 miles to Las Vegas, 55 miles to Kingman, AZ, 120 miles to Lake Havasu City, and 80 miles to California. The new Hoover Dam Bypass Bridge has finally been completed, which drastically reduces the travel time to and from Las Vegas. This brings this area into commuter range of Henderson and Las Vegas.

There is 1,000 miles of shoreline in Mohave County alone. Here you will find an endless amount of outdoor activity available. You can go Horseback Riding, Camping, Hiking, Biking, Rock Climbing, as well as enjoy any Water Sport you desire.

The area is covered in various pinion, sage brush, native grasses, and other scattered trees.

You might consider these properties for investment. Mohave County is the second largest county in Arizona and is growing at an incredible pace. The population in the county has more than tripled since 1980 and was Recently Rated the Third Fastest Growing County in the Entire United States.

It should be noted only 17% of the land in Mohave County is available for private ownership. The rest is owned by the Government, Native Americans, or under the Bureau of Land Management. Get your Piece of this Wonderland while the prices are still at rock bottom. By the way, Mohave County's Motto is "How May We Serve You?" This shows the friendliness of the area.

The subdivision is completely un-developed for now and there are no utilities servicing this unit. For now power could be solar cells, generator, or wind power which is very common out here. Water would be by well or by refillable tanks. Water is available from community wells in nearby Dolan Springs. The price the last time we were there was 35 cents for each 85 gallons. And there are several springs right in the valley. Sewage would be by septic - if and when you build. As with all our properties, taxes are current and the titles are clean.

The property is "Zoned R-E" which is Single-Family Residence / Recreational. There are very few restrictions on the property. Mobile Homes, Modular Homes, and RV's are all allowed. There are no time limits on when to build and there are no association fees. You can also camp on your property while you visit the area. You are allowed to enjoy your property while it appreciates in value. And Horses are Welcome.

Special Adre Note: This Listing and subsequent sale is a bulk sale pursuant to Arizona Statute 32-2181.02 paragraph A1.

Finance Price: $49,975 + $195 document fee. First payment of $5,195 covers the document fee and $5,000 goes towards the property. Finance the balance for as little as $456.17 per month over 15 years. We do not run a credit check, everyone qualifies for financing.

Cash Discount Price: $45,172 (includes document fee)

More Land Details

Owner Will Finance
Mixed Use Zoning
Deeded Easement Access
Estimated Annual Taxes
$67
LANDFLIP ID
327645
MLS / Internal / Other ID
697
Assessor Parcel Number (APN)
338-09-019
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