Bonito Valley Ranch in northeastern Arizona is an extraordinary setting for a secluded mountain cabin. Lush native vegetation covers each Bonito Valley Ranch property. Purchasers can select from a variety of terrains, landscapes and solar facings. The ranch is accented by broad grassy valleys, gently rolling wooded hill country and towering rock mesas which dominate the ranch’s landscapes. Each Bonito Valley Ranch property has been custom surveyed in concert with these natural features. The result is an outstanding selection of building sites providing both secluded privacy and sweeping wilderness views. Foreclosures here are rare and when available represent an unusually good value.
Ranch 15 - 38.45 acres
This ranch offers an excellent combination of both wooded acreage and level grassy pasture with a soft sandy loam topsoil ideal for the growing of fruits and vegetables or the pasturing of
livestock. The property is bordered on the north by the scenic-untouched natural landscapes of a 640 acre section of State Trust land. The acreage within this parcel gently terraces higher from its northern border through approximately 25 acres of grassy meadowland. The elevation continues to increase as the pastures give way to a series of treed ridges with sweeping views of the valley below and the pink cliffs that surround the property. These ridges offer high set view building sites for a cabin with full southern exposure. Although quiet and secluded, paved road access is nearby. The property is mostly level and is carpeted with a variety of five native range grasses and mountain wildflowers growing in a soft sandy loam soil. Area growers produce abundant harvests of corn, apples, peaches, pears tomatoes, and peppers as well as many other backyard garden vegetables and fruit trees. The ranch is bordered by 640 acres of scenic State Trust lands which are free of homes and neighbors. Bonito Valley Ranch overlies the largest fresh water aquifer in northern Arizona, the Coconino Sandstone Aquifer. This massive groundwater supply produces abundant domestic quality water for both residential and agricultural uses. The AZ Dept. of Water Resources reports that water tables range from 0 to 200’ below the surface. These shallow water tables result in inexpensive well installations that can easily pump with conventional windmills. Road access to the property is via maintained dirt roads that have been constructed along recorded easements. Zoning allows owners to utilize their land for residential, agricultural, and recreational uses. RV’s are used at the discretion of the property owner. No qualifying seller provided financing is available. The seller will pay all First American Title closing costs. $22,500 with $2,250 down, $218 per month p.i.
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