Do you dream of warm fresh air on your very own 60 acres of America? A place where you can live and enjoy some peace and quiet, maybe a place to getaway from the city. Maybe you want to have some cattle or just live off the grid. Take advantage of the great panoramic views, spectacular sunsets and starry nights. The lot is covered in high grasslands with scattered trees throughout. Experience the fantastic views of the surrounding countryside. This property is ideal for the remote enthusiast who want to be off-grid, enjoy the outdoors, raise cattle, four wheel, hunt or just live life!
Travel just 8 miles north on HWY 191 out of St. Johns, AZ to an unnamed road off of Hwy 191 to access the property. The NW and SE corners of the property are on the hill on the southside of the railroad tracks. The property is slightly sloping on the southeastern side. You can expect several washes around the edges property, on the northwestern side running north to south and on the southeastern side running west to east. There vegetation cosists of low brush including cactus, grass and sagebrush. Some juniper trees can be found on the southeastern side of the property with more trees along the wash on the northwestern side. There is a tunnel that goes under the railroad tracks to access the property. The only neighbor in the area is about a mile to the northeast.
The Carrizo Ranch HOA/POA maintains the access roads. The water table generally high in this area and water wells allowed with permits.
This region is increasingly being utilized by the urban populations of Phoenix and Tucson as a pleasant retreat from the hot summer temperatures and an escape from chaotic urban life. Arizona’s growth rate is among the highest in the nation. Census reports show the state grew by nearly 1.5 million residents from 1990, when it had more than 3.6 million residents, to more than 5.1 million in 2000. 7.3 million residents are expected by in the next decade.
There are many recreational to do and explore around this lot. There is Concho Valley Country Club & Golf Course, which is located in the area along with Concho Lake, which is one of Arizona’a few spring fed lakes. For boating, fishing, camping and water sports, there is Lyman Lake State Park. The world’s largest and most colorful concentrations of petrified wood is also nearby. The Petrified Forest National Park & Painted Desert, which covers 93,000 acres, includes petroglyphs left behind by past cultures.
Come to Apache County and enjoy the warm weather, the beautiful high desert and this nice affordable lot in Northeastern Arizona.
|Street Address||N/A, St Johns, AZ 85936|
|County||Apache County, AZ|
|Legal Description||CARRIZO RANCHES LOT 238|
|Lat/Long Coordinates||NW Corner: 34.611703, -109.296673
NE Corner: 34.611679, -109.288139
SE Corner: 34.606121, -109.288236
|Google Maps Link||https://goo.gl/maps/nugV7TX6Bvp|
|Annual Taxes||Approx. $291.36 per year|
|HOA fees||approx. $150 annually|
|Access||Dirt road access via an unnamed road off of Hwy 191|
|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|
Apache County APN: 204-67-238 is located in St. Johns within the Carrizo Ranches subdivision. The approximate longitude & latitude coordinates for this property are shown on the map below. (34.611703, -109.296673)
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