This property is for those who want a sense of getting back to nature and enjoying the outdoors. Living on remote land that is pristine and untouched by development. Land that has potential and is only limited only by your imagination. The possibilities are vast, tap into your inner explorer. This land is the place where traditions are made and generations are born. Something tangible for your children to walk on. Touch the dirt and breathe the clean warm mountain air and say to themselves this must’ve been what it was like in the Old West. Let them experience a simpler way of life. A time when we weren’t all on our iPhones, iPads and laptops.
We believe this property provides an excellent short to long-term investment in an area that has all of the conveniences of an urban development but located in a private and rural setting. Coconino County is one of the most beautiful and spectacular areas of Arizona and has enormous potential for future growth and development.
Coconino is Arizona’s largest county. Known for natural beauty, like that seen in the Prescott National Forest, the Coconino National Forest, and the Sunset Crater National Monument.
It has varied landscapes from the high desert near Sedona, to the ponderosa pine forests of Flagstaff, to the high mountain landscapes of the San Francisco Peaks. Coconino County enjoys plenty of sunshine and 4 distinct seasons. Some of the many activities include: Horseback riding, fishing, hunting, hiking, camping, snow skiing/snowboarding, museums, cultural events, golfing, and boating and more.
Flagstaff is the closest major city (and largest city in Northern AZ-population 68,667) at around 60 miles to the southeast. The city has a reputation as a magnet for outdoor enthusiasts, and the region’s varied terrain, high elevation, and amenable weather attract campers, backpackers, climbers, recreation and elite runners, and mountain bikers from throughout the southwestern United States. There are 679.2 acres of city parks in Flagstaff, the largest of which are Thorpe Park and Buffalo Park. Wheeler Park, located adjacent to city hall, is the location of summer concerts and other events. The city maintains an extensive network of trails, the Flagstaff Urban Trails System, or “FUTS” includes more than 50 miles of paved and unpaved trails for hiking, running, and cycling. The trail network extends throughout the city and is widely used for both recreation and transportation.
|Subdivision||Clear Air Estates|
|Street Address||N/A W DEER FOREST DR., Williams, AZ|
|Legal Description||Lot: 147 of CLEAR AIR EST UNIT 02 Sixteenth: SW Quarter: SE Section: 29 Township: 26N Range: 2E according to the plat thereof recorded in the office of the Coconino County Recorder in Case 2 of Map 314.|
|Lat/Long Coordinates||35.6004, -112.2004|
|Annual Taxes||Approx. $35 per year|
|Zoning||Agricultural/Residential - single family houses, manufactured home, modular homes, RVs & camping limited to 100 consecutive days, limited agricultural allowed.|
|Access||REMOTE - dirt roads, about 11 miles from nearest paved road|
|Sewer||Would be by Septic|
|Water||Well, holding tank or other similar option|
|Utilities||Power by Solar or generator, Phone by cellular, Satellite TV/Internet/Phone|
Coconino County APN: [APN] is located in Williams, AZ within the Clear Air Estates subdivision. The approximate longitude & latitude coordinates for this property are shown on the map below. (35.5999, -112.1992)
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