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11 Acres of Peaceful Easy Living in Ash Fork, Arizona! Recreational Site or Homesite – You Decide!!







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Interested in this listing? Contact the seller for more information:

Michael Aillon (617) 433-7758 Email Seller

Property Details

This amazing 11-acre parcel is located in Ash Fork, AZ and a short drive to the Grand Canyon and several other National Forests!

This property features 11 acres of level and buildable land and it lies in close proximity to Kaibab National Forest, the Coconino National Forest, the internationally renowned historic Route 66 and other amazing attractions like the Grand Canyon.  With such attractions like these there is something for everyone.

This beautiful piece of land will make a great location for camping, building your dream home OR a weekend getaway – there are many options – so you can decide! No matter how you spend your time here, you’ll enjoy breathtaking views and convenient access to the many area attractions.  This is an awe-inspiring place to get away from it all.

The Kaibab National Forest borders both the north and south rims of the Grand Canyon, in north-central Arizona and the forest as a whole is headquartered in Williams, AZ.

The Grand Canyon is a natural boundary between the North Kaibab and the South Kaibab and elevations can vary from 5,500 feet in the southwest corner to 10,418 feet at the summit of Kendrick Peak on the Williams Ranger District.

The Coconino National Forest is another great attraction and covers 1.856-million acres and is located in northern Arizona in the vicinity of Flagstaff. The amazing thing about the Coconino National Forest is that it contains quite diverse landscapes, including deserts, ponderosa pine forests, flatlands, mesas, alpine tundra, and ancient volcanic peaks. The forest surrounds the towns of Sedona and Flagstaff and borders four other national forests; the Kaibab National Forest to the west and northwest, the Prescott National Forest to the southwest, the Tonto National Forest to the south, and the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest to the southeast. The forest contains all or parts of ten designated wilderness areas, including the Kachina Peaks Wilderness, which includes the summit of the San Francisco Peaks.

So come today see this great piece of land, take in the many sites located a short drive away and see for yourself how you can begin building memories that will last a lifetime!

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Property Details:

APN: 302-07-139d
Property Type: Vacant Land
Address: Juniperwood Ranch Unit 3 Juniper Park LS 1/90-105
(Juniperwood Ranch #3 LS 1/91 NW4 PCL 30 AKA NW4NW4NW4 SEC 30-21N 2W CONT 10.92AC 3992/280)
Subdivision Name: Juniperwood Ranch
Lot Size: 11 Acres
County: Yavapai County
Zoning: Residential (RTU-10A Residential rural 10-acre minimum)
Terrain: Level
Power: Solar/Alternative
Phone: Cell/Satellite or Alternative
Water: Well or Delivery, Water Catchment
Sewer: Septic
Roads: Dirt
Access to Property:  Cattle Drive Road
Time to Build: 2 years to complete the construction once started
Title Info: Clear Title via Special Warranty Deed or General Warranty Deed if closed with a title company
Annual Property Taxes (Approx.): $218.62
Terms: Cash Sale – Buyer to pay documentation or Closing costs if closed with a title company

GPS: 35.179192, -112.539211

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The Area:

Yavapai County is one of the 4 original Arizona counties formed in September of 1864, one year after the Arizona Territory was established. The County was named after the Yavapai Tribe, whose name means the “people of the sun.”

Yavapai County reflects the history of the old west and the new.  There are remnants of Indian dwellings, abandoned mines, large areas of uninhabited public lands, ranches all existing side by side with new modern housing developments.

You may see people living a quiet and rustic lifestyle, a cowboy, along with growing young families throughout the county.

There is something for everyone things to see and do!