Product Description

Spread Your Wings on this 20 acre parcel just 7 miles from Ashfork, AZ and 2-1/2 hours North of Phoenix. Situated west of highway 89 and south of historic route 66. With road access directly off of Cattle Drive you will find this large parcel is convenient in every way. Located just 1 mile from paved road makes it super convenient to bring your RV and camp for the summer. There are no HOA fees and building codes for this property allow for alternate building options like tiny homes, container homes, straw bale and sand bag homes. This Arizona property would make a great off-the-grid location build your alternative home retreat that includes solar, composting toilet and cistern for water. Explore and enjoy the vast amount of natural beauty in the area including the Grand Canyon only 2 hours to North. Fish, hike, Kayak and boat in the nearby lakes in Coconino National Forest to the east or the Kaibab National Forest to north. Relax, revive and restore and find yourself at Red Rock Country located in Sedona “The Most Beautiful Place on Earth” located 1-1/2 hours east of property.

Property Details

Size (Acres)20
Best AttributeEasy Access and Mountain Views
General LocationAbout the Region:Explore Experience Escape to Beautiful Yavapai CountyThis property is situated about 7 miles from the town of Ash Fork. Located west of Hwy 89 and south historical route 66. Perfect area to build your dream cabin, home or summer RV recreational area. The mild climate provides lots of vegetation, plenty of wild life and easy accessible roads. The deer and elk are plentiful and easily spotted.​AREA: Ash Fork lies in close proximity to Kaibab National Forest and Coconino National Forest, and international attractions such as the Grand Canyon are approximately an hour’s drive away using major roads. Approximately 15 miles to the north of Ash Fork is Beale Road, which has the distinction of being the first federally funded highway. The internationally renowned U.S. Route 66 also runs directly through the town. Notably, the longest original, uninterrupted stretch of Route 66 still in existence (approximately 9.6 miles long) can be found between Ash Fork, Arizona, and Seligman, Arizona, beginning just beyond Ash Fork at Crookton Road. The surrounding geographical area and settlements served as inspiration for the 2006 Pixar film Cars.DINING: The historic town of Ash Fork has several dining options Lulu Belle’s BBQ 417 reviews at time of this posting and 4.6 stars, Red Raven Restaurant 515 reviews at time of this posting and 4.5 stars a Route 66 restaurant with an intimate artsy setting serves eclectic, globally inspired fare. Other local dining includes Pine Country Restaurant, El Corral on 66, and Station 66 Italian Bistro.OTHER AMENITIES: Local stores, Post Office, Ash Fork High School and various motels and gift shops and Museum in town.THINGS TO DO: Hiking, Hunting, Fishing and Sightseeing at The Ashfork-Bainbridge Steel Dam. Nearby Grand Canyon National Park and Grand Canyon Village, Devil’s Bridge Trail, Lava River Cave, Cathedral Rock and much more.
APN or Other ID302-07-107B
Legal DescriptionWest one half o f Parcel 81, Arizona’s Juniperwood Ranch, Unit 3, according to the Result of Survey recorded in Book 1 of Land Surveys, Page 95, Yavapai County, Arizona
GPS35.165480053287055,-112.50266478408969
Property TypeRural Land
ZoningResidential
TerrainFlat to rolling
General Elevation (in feet)5146
PowerAlternative
PhoneMobile/Satellite/Alternative
WaterWould be by well or alternative system
SewerSeptic or Alternative System
RoadsDirt/Gravel
Time to BuildNo Limit
Title InfoClear Title
Annual Property Taxes (Approx)$236.86
Doc Fee$0
TermsCash or Seller Finance