Land for Sale in Arizona
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Arizona ranks among the country's ten largest states in terms of size, covering an area of 114,006 square miles (73 million acres). Of its total landmass, 113,594 square miles (100 percent) is land, while the remaining 396 square miles comprises water. Home to the Grand Canyon and a number of other epic desert landscapes, land in Arizona is ripe for exploration, with popular outdoor recreation activities including hiking, climbing and canyoneering. Big game here includes antelope, black bear, buffalo, javelina and mountain lions, along with other small-game species like blue grouse, cottontail rabbit, dove and pheasant. Fishing is another popular pastime in Arizona. Lands of America research shows that 17 percent of land in Arizona is privately owned. Arizona's current price-per-acre average places it 13th in the country in terms of land value. This data represents $244 million of land for sale in the state covering a total of 369,923 acres. Farmland was the most common type of land for sale in Arizona. Of Arizona's 15 counties, Cochise County had the most land and acreage for sale.
Land for sale including Residential Property in Fredonia Arizona
This would be a great place to have some cows and camp and be away from the city but pretty close. BLM on two sides the North and West. It has highway frontage on FS22. About 2 miles southeast of the sawmill property.
This property is located in the white sage area. BLM and National Forest Service land in near by. This Parcel is perfect for livestock, off road vehicles, camping and much more. There is no power, or water.
Great place to live back in a cove just off 89A With rocks and boulders on the back of the parcel and within a few 100 feet of State land .In the process of being able to get a building permit. City water and electricity to property line. Road repaired for access and waterline safe and secure.
Lot in Fredonia on Dobson Street with partial fencing and utilities to the property. At one time a home was on the parcel, but has been taken down. The lot is vacant so stop by and view! The Fredonia City Office would be the individuals to contact for permits, utilities, etc..