Diamond Bell Ranches: Where 1 Acre of Land is All You Need – Unless You Want the Adjoining Property Too! – Landopia

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Property Summary

Your new home in the Tucson area gives you access to some of the area’s most beautiful natural wonders. Enjoy the cascades of Seven Falls at Sabino Canyon, the amazing cacti of Saguaro National Parks, the pine and aspen forests of Mt. Lemmon, and the cool caves of Colossal Cave Mountain Park or Kartchner Caverns State Park. Hike the mountain ranges around the Old Pueblo or stroll through wilderness preserves and parks. The beauty of the Sonoran Desert surrounds you, up close and personal.

Need more room? No problem, the lot next door is available too!

Located in Pima county, Tucson consists of six distinct districts, all connected by the 3.9-mile Sun Link Tucson Streetcar. You can ride through the heart of Tucson, from Main Gate Square at the University of Arizona, along Fourth Avenue, and across Downtown Tucson to Mercado San Agustin and back. Step off and on at streetcar stops to explore a wide range of shops and restaurants.

In addition to the amazing natural beauty of the area, you’ve got a full city of art and culture at your disposal too. Visit Kitt Peak National Observatory and the Fred Lawrence Whipple Observatory, or check out Tucson’s museums and art galleries. The art and architecture of Mission San Xavier del Bac and the vintage-to-modern aircraft at the Pima Air & Space Museum are worth the trip.

With 350 days of sunshine a year here, the area is an athlete’s training paradise. In fact, it’s a top-ranked winter training destination because of the weather and the world-class pools, fields, gyms, equipment shops, and sports medicine experts. Tucson has created its own unique mountain biking culture with varied terrain, an abundance of trails, and something for every skill level.

The area is known for it’s beautiful landscape of mountainous peaks. You can access your property via Stoval Avenue and S Farrar Avenue. If you’re looking for a little more room to grow, the adjoining property is also available. The Diamond Bell Ranch community is a desert area with very dense vegetation. Thorny Mesquite, Palo Verde trees, Ocotillo, Prickly Pear, Cholla, Beehive cactus and iconic Joshua trees dot the area terrain. It’s the best of both worlds – off the beaten path, with civilization just around the corner.

  • Grab your bike and explore a variety of terrain for all skill levels 
  • Take in Tucson riding the Sun Link Streetcar 
  • All your shopping needs in the greater Tucson area
  • Check out the caves of Colossal Cave Park, 59 miles away
  • 51 miles to Seven Falls 
  • 38 miles to Kitt Peak National Observatory
  • 34 miles to Tucson International Airport 
  • 39 miles to the Tucson ER & Hospital
  • 37 miles to University of Arizona
  • Less than 2 hours to the border of Mexico
  • 134 miles to Phoenix
  • 277 miles to Flagstaff

Property Details

Street AddressN/A, Piablo Ave, Tucson, AZ 85736
CountyPima County
Size1.09 Acres
Legal DescriptionLot 386, DIAMOND BELL RANCH-TUCSON UNIT 12, according to the plat of record in the office of the Pima County Recorder, Arizona, in Book 21 of Maps, page 81;EXCEPT all coal and other minerals as reserved in the Patent from the United States of America.
Google Mapshttps://goo.gl/maps/5Ye6QCeVP2MPHyt86
Lat/Long CoordinatesNW: 31.959515, -111.310732
NE: 31.959391, -111.310113
SW: 31.958973, -111.310963
SE: 31.958730, -111.310270
Elevation3,343 feet
Annual TaxesApprox. $95 per year
ZoningCR-1 (Single Residence) zone - Site built, manufactured & tiny home homes are allowed. No minimum home size requirement but, must be a residence with living space and area to do cooking. No time limit to build. Camping, RV's and mobile homes are only permitted after the issuance of a building permit for a residence. Permit allows for 1 year while a house is being built. A 180 day extension may be applied for through public hearing with the Board of Adjustment (may or may not be approved). Contact Pima County Planning and Zoning Department at (520) 724-6675 for any additional details.
AccessProperty can be accessed via Stoval Avenue.
SewerWould be by Septic
WaterWould be a well, water haul and holding tank or other similar option
UtilitiesPower by solar, wind or generator, Phone by cellular, satellite TV/Internet/Phone

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