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23 listings found out of 417,251

1,888 acres Eloy, AZ $8,500,000

1,888 acres Eloy, AZ

Pinal County Jack Doughty Three Rivers Ag Investments

Type: Acreage

Pearce Farm This farm, consisting of 1,888 fee acres and 200 state ag lease acres, is located between Phoenix and Tucson and lies on the desert floor of the Central Arizona Farming Region. Access is approximately 13 miles south of I-10 on the west side of Sunland Gin Road. Tucked up against the eastern slope of the Sawtooth Mountain Range, and lying adjacent to government land, this property offers unobstructed mountain views. As Pinal County grows, this property will fast become a highly sought after community development parcel similar to other high-end, mountain-view properties in Pima and Maricopa Counties. This farm is located within the Central Arizona Irrigation and Drainage District and receives gravity flow CAP water and pump water delivered to 1,667 net cropland acres. Typical crops in the area include cotton grain and alfalfa. Farm fields have been leveled to natural grade. Improvement work is needed to ditches and residences on this farm.
 

2,633 acres Willcox, AZ $790,000

2,633 acres Willcox, AZ

Cochise County Con Englehorn Headquarters West

Type: Acreage

P Lazy P Ranch Cochise County, Arizona General Description The P Lazy P Ranch is located approximately 100 miles east of Tucson, Arizona in Cochise County. Access is via Apache Pass Road from the Bowie exit on Interstate 10. Apache Pass Road provides paved access to the ranch. The Ranch lies on the eastern side of the Dos Cabezas Mountains. This area has a fascinating history. Just to the south lies the famous Apache Pass where early travelers and the Butterfield Overland Mail crossed the mountains. There were many battles fought with Chiricahua Apaches in this Pass. After Geronimo made his final surrender in 1886, the Army escorted him and his tribe through this Ranch to board the train for their journey out of Arizona. There are still signs of long Native American habitation throughout the Ranch. Land Tenure Tenure Acres Deeded Land 2,633 State Grazing Lease 453 BLM Grazing Allotment 4,034 Total 7,120 The BLM Allotment specifies an annual carrying capacity of 74 cattle for the entire Ranch. Climate, Elevation and Vegetation The Ranch has a mild climate with Summer highs in the mid 90s and Winter lows in the mid 30s. Precipitation averages 10 inches per year. The elevation ranges from 4,000 to 6,580 feet above sea level at Government Peak. The lower elevations consist of Chihuahua Desert with Creosote, Mesquite and perennial grasses. The upper elevations transition into Desert Grassland with Juniper, Oak and perennial grasses. Water The P Lazy P Ranch has two wells, one with a windmill (Sheep Canyon) and one with a submersible pump (adjacent to Apache Pass Road). There are several dirt stock tanks and a seasonal spring in Sheep Canyon. Improvements The Ranch is fenced and cross fenced into several pastures. There are a couple of small corrals in Sheep Canyon and the lower elevations. Utilities The Ranch has electricity and telephone service in some areas adjacent to Apache Pass Road. Remarks The P Lazy P Ranch has a nice deeded land base in a desirable area of southeastern Arizona. It has easy access to Interstate 10 via paved road. It also has a good balance of upper and lower elevations for diverse livestock use. This is one of the best small ranches in the area. Price $1,000,000
 

1.25 acres Meadview, AZ $29,900

1.25 acres Meadview, AZ

Mohave County Kent Taylor 1881.com Investments

Type: Acreage

Lake Mead city Unit 11 lot 470 On Tamarisk Street. Between Glen Road and Covina Drive. DRIVING DIRECTIONS: From Pearce Ferry Hiway Turn East on Glen Road. Go 1 block turn South (right) on Tamarick. go approx 1500 ft. parcel is on right side of road. GENERAL ELEVATION: 4500 ft. TYPE OF TERRAIN: rolling ZONING: residential POWER: yes WATER: no. must install well or holding tank. SEWER: No. Only needed when/if you build. ROADS: dirt GENERAL INFORMATION: Lake Mead City is located right in the center of the areas thickest and densest Joshua Tree Forest. It is a very pretty subdivision, high up with views of the end of the Grand Wash Cliffs. It is composed of 512 lots measuring 165'x330' (1.25 Acres) each. Pierce Ferry Road runs right alongside this subdivision. Pierce Ferry Road being part of the original Mormon Trail taking pioneers across the desert during their journey west. The property along the Pierce Ferry Road is zoned C-2 . The other lots are zoned RE (residential). The restrictions are minimal. You can put in a mobile home or build a conventional home. You can also do an In/Out RV while using the property part time for your recreational vehicle. The area uses septic tanks. Lake Mead City is about 30 miles off Highway 93 (The Highway that extends from Las Vegas to Kingman) on the Pierce Ferry Rd. It is at an elevation of around 4200'. It is surrounded by Government (BLM) land which is preserved for the Joshua Tree Forest. You are a short drive to Lake Mead. Meadview is 10 miles. The turnoff to the Grand Canyon West is just 1 mile away. It is a perfect area to ride horses and have animals. Most of the lots have power and phone. Water is hauled or delivered from the communities well which is less than 2 miles from all lots. If this idea is new to you. It is easy to do. Most homes have a 1000 gallon or larger underground tank that holds the water which is pumped into the house. Whenever the storage tank gets low you go to the well with a water trailer or small tank in the back of a truck. You fill the small tank with water by placing quarters in the coin box. You then bring the water back to your home and release it into the underground storage tank. If you don't want to get it yourself you can have it delivered directly to your home. The water is from underground springs and tastes as good as bottled water. OWNER FINANCING is available
 
4.18 acres Tucson, AZ

4.18 acres Tucson, AZ

$750,000 Pima County

1 acres Springerville, AZ

1 acres Springerville, AZ

$699,995 Apache County

155.75 acres Bisbee, AZ

155.75 acres Bisbee, AZ

$550,000 Cochise County

160 acres Bisbee, AZ

160 acres Bisbee, AZ

$400,000 Cochise County

120.18 acres Bisbee, AZ

120.18 acres Bisbee, AZ

$300,000 Cochise County

4.77 acres Parks, AZ

4.77 acres Parks, AZ

$299,000 Coconino County

6.93 acres Parks, AZ

$289,900 Coconino County

4.87 acres Parks, AZ

4.87 acres Parks, AZ

$289,000 Coconino County

160 acres Wikieup, AZ

$179,900 Mohave County

10 acres Morristown, AZ

10 acres Morristown, AZ

$179,000 Yavapai County

154.17 acres Vicksburg, AZ

$135,000 La Paz County

39.98 acres Bisbee, AZ

39.98 acres Bisbee, AZ

$100,000 Cochise County

23 listings found out of 417,251
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