How does this work? Easy!
Click the “Document Fee” or “Down Payment” button for the payment option that works for you. Pay the fee using your credit or debit card. Then watch your inbox for an email from me. I will follow up with you in 24 to 48 hours to complete the purchase process.
Need to see the property in person first? You can secure the property while you make you’re decision by clicking the “Reservation” fee button to make a non-refundable payment of $95. We will take the property off the market by changing its status to “Under Contract” for up to seven days. If you decide to go ahead with the purchase, we will credit the payment towards your purchase!
Questions? Give me a call and we’ll talk land!
The property consists of 13 acres with rolling hills just 4.2 miles south of Historic Route 66 and 11.5 miles north of I-40.
This rectangular lot is mostly flat with elevation changes above and below 5,600 ft above sea level of approximately 20 ft, which means there are areas on the property that are partially or totally secluded.
The property is approximately 1,275 ft by 445 ft and accessible from a well established two-track dirt road that runs south from Antelope Run Rd, which is 1,300 ft to the north. The dirt road has frontage along the shorter eastern edge of the property.
The property offers wonderful unobstructed views of the Aubrey Cliffs to the northeast, which are over 1,000 ft tall and form part of the southwest perimeter of the Coconino Plateau.
The property is heavily vegetated for the area. There are many mature juniper and pinion pine trees that range in height from a few feet to well over 15 feet, adding to the natural beauty of the property and providing additional privacy.
Ten or more properties immediately surrounding this one have been developed with the addition of homes or pads for RVs.
The closest homesite is about 2,500 ft due north. It appears to be a site-built single-family home. About 3,400 ft in the same general direction, there’s another homesite with a manufactured home and fenced in areas for horse training.
Wells are permitted but very few have been installed in this area presumably due to the depth of the water table. According to public records, a well was drilled on a property approximately 1.75 miles to the southwest to a depth of 1,280 ft (the record indicates that water was encountered at 1,130 ft). As a result, many water hauling companies service the area.
This property is within the Antelope Valley Ranches subdivision. There is no Home Owners Association (HOA) or Property Owners Association (POA). The annual taxes for 2020 were $112, meaning the cost ownership for this land is very low.
There is no time limit to build. Building permits, issued by Yavapai County, are good for two years.
This area is rich in wildlife. According to Arizona Game & Fish, there are antelope, though the population rises and falls depending on precipitation levels. Black bears are not common but they do live in or travel through the area on a regular basis. In addition, there are plentiful elk, javelina, mule deer, and mountain lion.
Approximate Distance to Nearby Cities & Points of Interest
39 minutes to Seligman, AZ
22 minutes to the Grand Canyon Caverns
1 hour 20 minutes to Williams, AZ
1 hour 34 minutes to Kingman, AZ
1 hour 51 minutes to Flagstaff, AZ
1 hour 36 minutes to Diamond Creek Beach on the Colorado River
2 hours 26 minutes to Grand Canyon National Park
Corner 1: 35.440490,-113.200411
Corner 2: 35.439319,-113.200496
Corner 3: 35.439319,-113.196076
Corner 4: 35.440525,-113.196141
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All transactions begin with the payment of a one-time $95 document preparation fee.
This non-refundable fee covers the cost of preparing the legal documents needed to complete the sale.
There is a $10/mo fee for owner financing purchases to offset the cost of servicing the note.
If you decide to take advantage of the owner financing option, a portion of the estimated annual property taxes will be added to each monthly payment.