Can you picture yourself relaxing on this beautiful 20 acres of extremely well priced property in Navajo County, AZ? This remote location offers, nice dirt roads, Juniper/Pinon tress and desert terrain. All of that with a trap & skeet club located nearby! Located northeast of Show Low, Arizona in White Mountain Lake Ranches subdivision, the property has good access via dirt roads.
Enjoy the warm sun and a get away near the White Mountains (the second highest mountain range in Arizona) zoned for a home, manufactured home or RV use. This is a remote opportunity for off the grid living. With 275 days of sunshine, install your solar system, drill a well and relax. Ideal property for horses and cattle or go four wheeling, hunting, exploring, etc. Enjoy endless recreational activities. Choose from the Trap & Skeet gun club just a few minutes from the property or travel a little further to Fools Hollow Lake Recreation Area, DoBell Ranch, Unity of the White Mountains, Show Low Museum, the White Mountains, and more. After a long day of recreation you can cool down at the Black Horse Brewery for some food and a beer.
Considered the playground for many people from the Phoenix & Tucson areas who wish to escape to the cooler temperatures of the higher altitude enjoyed by northern AZ. Many people think that Arizona is a vast, open desert without vegetation. However, Navajo County offers not only the Monument Valley, but Keams Canyon, part of the Petrified Forest National Park, and the largest stand of Ponderosa Pines in North America. Many fishermen, bird watchers and hunters flock to the area. Navajo county is home to more than 400 species of animals including antelope, elk, deer, fish, big horn sheep, mountain lions, black bears and gray wolves.
This lot is level on the northern side and is sloping slightly uphill to the south side. The property has nice views to the south. The vegetation is low with some sage brush and the soil is soft dirt with rock. The road in to property is very smooth and well made until you turn onto Raven Rd it then is heavily rutted all the way down through Texas Ln but still passable. The Skeet and Trap club is about a half mile to the north of Texas Ln and the property. To access the property from Highway 60, turn on Bordon Ranch Road which is a paved two lane road. You then turn right on Mazatzal St which is a red gravel road, there are then several ways to get to the property; We took Mazatzal St which turns into Coronado Drive to Cibola Road, then a left onto Raven Rd then right onto Texas Lane (you can actually follow the signs for the Skeet club). The roads are well built red gravel roads until Raven Rd it then is a heavily rutted dirt road which takes some maneuvering around, but is still passable by any vehicle. The property itself off of Texas Lane was a red gravel road with no ruts, they begin before the property.
|Subdivision||White Mountain Lake Ranches|
|Street Address||Texas Ln, Snowflake, AZ 85937|
|Legal Description||TRACT NO. 117, SECTION 27, TOWNSHIP 12 NORTH, RANGE 23 EAST OF THE GILA AND SALT RIVER BASE AND MERIDIAN, NAVAJO COUNTY, ARIZONA, ACCORDING TO THE SURVEY PLAT RECORDED IN BOOK 1, PAGE 75, IN THE OFFICE OF THE COUNTY RECORDER EXCEPT THE WEST ONE HALF THEREOF. EXCEPTING THEREFROM ALL OIL, COAL, GAS AND MINERALS AS RESERVED IN INSTRUMENT RECORDED IN DOCKET 68, PAGE 430|
|Lat/Long Coordinates||NW Corner: 34.40706, -109.89842
NE Corner: 34.40709, -109.89622
SW Corner: 34.40345, -109.89854
SE Corner: 34.40346, -109.89649
|Google Maps Link||https://goo.gl/maps/Z6hSC4Johw12|
|Annual Taxes||Approx. $163.44 per year|
|Zoning||RU-20 (Rural 20 Acres) - SINGLE FAMILY: Single family dwellings, accessory bldgs, churches, contractor's yard*, corrals, farms, feed stores (5 acre min), golf courses & driving ranges, home occupations, hospitals & institutions, libraries, parks, plant nurseries & green houses, private clubs & fraternal organizations, public & private forests & wildlife reservations, public utility buildings, public riding & boarding stables (10 acre min), roadside stands, schools. RVs ok for 30 consecutive days per year or if you are building a home can get a special use permit for up to 1 yr and apply for extension if your construction takes longer.|
|Access||Dirt roads (right off Texas Ln. / Big Iron Ranch Rd.). The roads are well built red gravel roads until Raven Rd it then is a heavily rutted dirt road which takes some maneuvering around, but is still passable by any vehicle. The property itself off of Texas Lane was a red gravel road with no ruts, they begin before the property.|
|Sewer||Would be by septic system|
|Water||Would be a well, water haul and holding tank or other similar option|
|Utilities||Power by Solar or generator, Phone by cellular, Satellite TV/Internet/Phone|
|HOA/POA RESTRICTIONS||nothing recorded at the recorders office|
Navajo County APN: 404-64-013b is located in Snowflake, Arizona within the White Mountain Lake Ranches subdivision. The approximate longitude & latitude coordinates for this property are shown on the map below. (34.40706, -109.89842)
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