Price: Another SOLD!
Closing costs: $195 cash/$295 terms
Address: White Mountain Shadows
Size: 9.24 ac.
Dimensions: 660' x 610'
Utilities: Elec. available, well, septic
Taxes and Dues: $91 annually
Zoning Info: AG-General
This Property Has Been SOLD
Confidentially, when we bought this property we thought about keeping it. As you can see in the video it’s beautiful country. Unlimited views from the low, tree dotted ridge across the property, painted cliffs to the south and elk and pronghorn roaming freely. It’s also close to town for necessities, has electricity nearby, and great Verizon LTE reception . . .
Are you ready? Ready to relax and enjoy your privacy, broad grassy valleys devoid of urban noise teeming with free roaming wildlife. This is Apache County. Imagine putting a cabin here with decks and picture windows experiencing spectacular views of the land’s rich meadows and trees.
This acreage is ideal for a tiny house or sprawling compound, a small ranch with livestock and/or horses, gardens, orchards or just for recreation. There is peace and quiet here – away from city life. Camp, hike, ride or park your RV here and just explore your own property.
What a nice sunny place for a getaway near the White Mountains (the second highest mountain range in Arizona). The land is situated at a cool and clear 6,082 feet where the comfortable temperatures allow ranch owners to enjoy their land year-round. The days here are sunny, the nighttime sky clear and the mountain air clean and refreshing.
Occasional winter snowfalls are light and summer days are warm and sunny, but never hot. Average daytime summer highs are in the mid to upper 80s. The seasonal July/August monsoon rains bring additional cooling and turn the native grasses lush green. Throughout the summer, colorful mountain wildflowers spread across the meadows.
There are endless recreational activities surrounding this acreage. There is the White Mountain Country Club, which is to the west near Concho Lake, one of Arizona’s few spring fed lakes. For boating, fishing, camping and water sports, there is Lyman Lake State Park. The world’s largest and most colorful concentrations of petrified wood are also nearby in the Petrified Forest National Park & Painted Desert, which covers 93,000 acres.
The property is only about 4 hours from Phoenix, about 2 hours to Gallup, NM, and just about an hour down I-40 to Holbrook or south to St. Johns.
One item you may run across if you research the area is water contamination. During the Cold War, uranium mining was prevalent on the Navajo Indian Reservation, mostly north of the I-40 and Hwy 264 up to the four corners. There was also a spill in 1979 into the Puerco River about 50 miles upstream near Church Rock, NM.
This property is well south of the I-40, the Puerco River and Sanders and is actually near the northern border of the Bidahochi Aquifer which flows over from the east. There are two existing wells less than a half mile from the property that each hit water in this aquifer about 100′ down. If you are concerned about ground water quality, water can also be captured and/or delivered and stored. You might also check with local drillers or call the Arizona Dept. of Environmental Quality (ADEQ) 602-771-2300.
The property is zoned A-General. This zoning designation allows for the building of homes, manufactured homes, camping, RV’s and livestock. There are no restrictions and no time limit to build either. There is also no HOA or association fees and property taxes are really low. With 275 days of sunshine, this is an ideal property for horses and cattle or to go 4-wheeling, camping, exploring, etc.
And, if you want to park a tiny house or build a sprawling ranch house there is a beautiful, flat ridge running from the NE corner to roughly the SW corner, basically where you see the trees. The property is generally flat, not varying much more than 6′ to 8′ in elevation which is minimal over nearly 10 acres. This ridge is at elevation 6089′ and gradually slopes down to about 6083′. A beautiful vantage point to enjoy the surrounding vistas.
The property is easily accessed via county road 7396, which by the way, also has power poles running alongside it as you can see in the picture. This is a bladed road maintained by the county year-round.
This is a platted subdivision with property boundaries layed out in plat maps filed with Apache county. These maps also show 25′ wide road easements leading up from CR7396 along either side of the property for legal access.
In Apache county, most land for sale is either between 1 and 5 acres or around 40 acres or more. Not much nice property available around 10 acres in this price range.
A recent trend too is prices being driven upwards by the urban populations of Phoenix, Tucson and even Albuquerque, NM who have discovered this nearby area as a pleasant retreat from the hot summer temperatures and as an escape from chaotic urban life.
We do our best to pass our savings along to you, giving you instant equity in your new property. With electricity close by, easy road access and proximity to the city of Sanders, acreage in this area is becoming very valuable so lock in our best pricing today! You’ll be happy you did.
Our Super Affordable Terms Are . . .
$495 down / approx. $250/mo. 3 yrs.
$? you tell us, down / $? monthly payment customize!
plus a $295 one time, non-refundable doc prep fee.
plus a $15/mo. loan service fee and 1/12 of annual taxes escrowed.
To put a hold on this property, all you need to do is pay the $295 one time, non-refundable doc prep fee and sign the simple purchase agreement and loan docs and nothing more for 30 days.
Down payment is not even due for 30 days! Cancel anytime.
What have you got to lose? Or gain?
This Property Has Been SOLD
CASH purchases will receive a 10% discount ($800)
plus a $195 one time, non-refundable doc prep fee.
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