NORTHERN ARIZONA HIGHLANDS RANCHES
Great opportunity to own one of the Kohlhase Ranch’s select 38 parcels or the ruggedly scenic 153 acre tract in the cool-clear highlands of northern Arizona. Once a part of the historic Kohlhase Ranch, these outstanding properties are available for private deeding for the first time. The land is set amid the beautiful Arizona and New Mexico border country where outstanding year-round weather, soft loam garden soils and an abundance of groundwater combine to provide the critical elements for self-sustained living away from the crime, pollution, and crowing of the city. At a cool and clear 6,100 foot elevation, the comfortable temperatures allow ranch owners to enjoy their land year-round. The days here are sunny, the nighttime sky clear and the mountain air clean and refreshing. Occasional winter snowfalls are light, rarely exceeding more than two to three inches. Total average snowfall over the past 30 years has averaged between 18 to 20 inches annually. The summer days are warm and sunny, but never hot. Average daytime summer highs are in the mid to upper 80s. The seasonal July/August monsoon rains bring additional cooling and turn the native grasses lush green. Throughout the summer, colorful mountain wildflowers spread across the land’s meadows. This is an exceptionally quiet and peaceful land of sweeping mountain vistas and broad grassy valleys devoid of urban noise and teeming with free roaming elk, antelope and deer. Each of these properties border either BLM or State Trust lands. These vast wooded expanses provide a quiet and scenic backdrop to the land.
Ther is no homeowners association or restrictive covenants.
These tracts lie above the largest freshwater aquifer in all of northern Arizona. The abundance of groundwater in this area allows owners to install a private well without having to apply to the state for a drilling permit, although by law all well construction must be performed by a licensed driller. Owners may also irrigate the entirety of their acreage for orchards, grain fields and orchards. Actual drilling depth cannot be determined until drilling is completed, although nearby area wells are reporting depths between 300’ to 425’. The property lies 20 miles east of an historic mountain community founded in the 1870’s. Hardware stores, schools, churches, restaurants and other common town services are available within a short drive from the land. Zoning allows residential construction of the owner’s choosing, livestock privileges, camping and RV use.
All property corners are clearly marked by licensed surveyors. Construction of the road access to this land is completed. Road access is entirely along County recorded title insured easements. Prices for tracts a, b, c, & d range from $28,500 to $41,800. depending tree cover, views and terrain features and alignments with State and Federal lands. Tract D (153 acres) is available for $67,000. Financing terms are 10% down, 9% interest 15 years. Monthly payments begin at $260. Each property is title insured through First American Title Insurance Company which will also be the account serving agent for those wish to finance their purchase using the no qualifying seller financing. Seller will pay all escrow fees. Call First United Realty at 602.264.0000 for additional information. Arizonaland.com
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