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Near Petrified Forest

Sun Valley, AZ 86029

Navajo County, Arizona

10 Acres
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Near Petrified Forest : Sun Valley : Navajo County : Arizona

Ranch Description

This parcel is approximately 10 acres, over 435,000 square feet. Its in Sun Valley, Arizona, about 8 miles northeast of Holbrook. It is bordered on its west side by S 32nd St, so access is very easy. State owned land is about 113 yards away. This is about 11 minutes from Exit 294 of Interstate 40.

The Petrified Forest, a fascinating area of the Painted Desert, is less than 4 miles from here. The mineralization and other geography of the area make a unique and beautiful landscape. It is less than half a mile from Bureau Of Land Management land. The Atchison, Topeka, & Santa Fe line is about a fifth of a mile away. The Puerco River, a seasonal tributary of the Little Colorado River, is about a third of a mile away.

In addition to the Petrified Forest National Park, there are dozens of square miles of BLM land nearby and much more state owned land. This adds to your recreational opportunities and enjoyment. The entrances to the Painted Desert and the Petrified Forest National Park are only minutes away.

In less than an hour you can visit Apache, Hopi, Zuni, or Navajo reservations; archeological sites; Zion Reservoir; White Mountains; or Apache Sitgreaves National Park. The parks forests, rivers, lakes, and streams, are popular for hunting, fishing, hiking, and camping. Homolovi State Park near Winslow will give you archaeological insights into local history.

Holbrook has all the high quality facilities you could ask for. There are 3 community parks, a public library, museum, recreation center, swimming pool, 8 tennis courts, 8 racquetball courts, 6 softball fields, community centers, a golf course, bowling alley, shooting range, and the county fairgrounds. There is an array of medical care facilities, schools, grocery stores, banks, restaurants, etc., as you would expect in a county seat. It is the economic hub for northeastern Arizona.

Holbrook is atop the largest water aquifer in Arizona. The region has excellent air quality with very low humidity and averages 320 sunny days per year. 5,400' elevation makes for excellent weather temperatures the year round. Only 18% of county land falls under individual and corporate ownership. The rest is owned by Native American Reservations, the U.S. Forest Service, the Bureau Of Land Management, and the state of Arizona.

This small percentage of land available for private ownership is leading people to invest in the area. Recently a large wind turbine project was approved for north of town.

This beautiful 10 acre parcel is S2-N2 of Sect 21, T16n, R22e, Navajo County, AZ. There are homes in the area, but not in the section where this property is. Power is less than two thirds of a mile away along S 32nd Street, but solar power is becoming more popular. There is no requirement that you ever build. There are no association dues. Water would be by storage or well. Sewage would be by septic. Cell phones work great. Taxes are about per year. Zoning is A-General; single family homes, agricultural use, barns, and corrals are fine. This is horse country.

The old satellite photos show an RV on the property. It is no longer there, those people have left.

Finance Price: With an initial payment of down payment + document fee) we can finance the balance for as little as per month over 11 years. We do not run a credit check, everyone qualifies for financing.

Cash Discount Price: (includes document fee)

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