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10 ACRES NORTHERN ARIZONA RANCH - WELL TREED - NO RESERVE CASH SALE!

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Listing ended Sun, August 19, 10:00 pm EDT

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NO RESERVE, You are bidding on the very low FULL PURCHASE PRICE. This 10ac property has a high assessed value of $18,500 with the Apache County Assessor due to the great location, and nice tree coverage. It is located about a 39 mile drive northeast of Show Low, AZ and a convenient 14 miles from Concho, AZ. This property should provide an excellent short to long-term investment in an area that has all of the conveniences of an urban development but located in a private and rural like setting. Show Low, AZ is located about 2.5-3 hours northeast of Phoenix, AZ. APN: 201-03-029 SIZE: 10 Acres± COUNTY: Apache CITY: 39 miles northeast of Show Low, AZ. 14 miles southwest of Concho, AZ STATE: AZ ZIP CODE: 85924 LEGAL DESCRIPTION: Tract: Z, The Southeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of the Southeast quarter of Section 11 Township 12 North, Range 24 East, records of Apache County, Arizona. CONVEYANCE DOCUMENT: Special Warranty DeedRECORDING FEE: $17 (we can assist in recording process if requested) PROPERTY TAX: Approximately $193 (completely up to date) ASSOCIATION DUES: 0 POWER: In the area but not to the lot line (solar, wind or alternative system) WATER: N/A (well or alternative system) SEWER: N/A (septic or alternative system) PHONE: Mobile or Satellite ROADS: gravel/dirt TIME TO BUILD: There is no time limit to build. PROPERTY USE: (201, 212) ALL METES & BOUNDS & NON-UNIFORM SUBDIVISIONS 5.01 TO 10.00 ACRES - PER ACRE (see county for details) GENERAL ELEVATION: ~6000' TYPE OF TERRAIN: Flat to slightly sloping to the northwest (see topo map) DRIVING DIRECTIONS: Please see the map with directions in the picture area above. YOU ARE BIDDING ON THE FULL PRICE OF THIS PROPERTY (NOT PAYMENTS). The total and complete cost of this property is a $95.00 doc/prep fee plus the winning bid amount. Payment must be made within 7 days of the auction close date. Buyer/s acknowledge the land is being purchased "AS IS", at public online auction, in whatever physical condition, including topography and/or location the parcel may be found at the time of sale, subject to all existing covenants, conditions, restrictions, reservations, exploration rights, easements, rights of way, or lack of same, assessments, zoning of record and any land use restrictions. Buyer/s acknowledges having inspected the property and investigated its suitability and usability prior to placing a bid, including availability of access and utilities or lack of same, and by placing a bid, hereby accepts real property "AS IS". Seller reserves the right to end auction early since property is also for sale outside of ebay. Buyer/s are encouraged and responsible to do their due diligence thoroughly, including a physical inspection of property if at all possible and make sure that property is suitable to their needs. All information and pictures in this listing comes from accurate sources and is to the best of my knowledge but is not guaranteed; There is no warranty expressed or implied and all sales are final. Bidders with feedback less than 5 please contact me ahead of time to confirm your interest in this property and understand and promise to fulfill the terms of this auction. Property Area Description: Big Lake Recreation Area - Located on the 2 million-acre Apache-Sitgraves National Forest, Big Lake Recreation Area is home to one of the largest recreation facilities, featuring improved campgrounds, hookups, and shower facilities. Casa Malpais Ruins - Just 30 minutes south of St. Johns, this 17-acre ruins site was occupied in the 13th century and has been carefully preserved. Unusual features such as the Great Kiva, a catacomb burial area, stairways, astronomically aligned shrines, and petroglyphs provide visitors with a distinct view into the regions ancient past. Concho Valley Golf Course - 18-hole golf course in the high desert surrounding St. Johns, just a few minutes southwest of the community and open to the public. Lyman Lake State Park - Just minutes from St. Johns, this 1,180-acre park includes one of the largest lakes in northeastern Arizona. Paved boat ramps, speed boats, water skiing, and a small herd of buffalo that reside in the park make the park a unique destination for residents and visitors. Meteor Crater - 50,000 years ago, with an explosive force greater than 20 million tons of TNT, a meteorite slammed into the earth just a half-day’s drive from Southern Apache County. The crater is 550 feet deep, 2.4 miles in circumference, and is open to the public. Navajo Nation and Hopi Villages - Tour the breathtaking beauty of the Navajo Nation, famous for the “signature” southwestern scenery of Canyon de Chelle and Monument Valley, a favorite location for classic western movie producers. You’ll also find the Hopi Villages, where artisans and craftsman display jewelry and the world famous Kachina dolls. Petrified Forest National Park & Desert - Less than an hours’ drive north of St. Johns is the internationally famous Petrified Forest National Park, the largest park where visitors can walk among giant fallen petrified wood. The Painted Desert, adjacent to the Petrified Forest, comes alive with a brilliant palette of desert colors for a sunrise or sunset that you won’t want to miss! Raven Site Ruins & Petroglyphs - Home to the Anasazi and Mogollon people, the prehistoric pueblo lies less than a half hour’s drive from St. Johns. Participants can help excavate a habitation that is more than 800 years old, alongside trained archaeologists. Guided tours and hiking paths include both petroglyph and ethnobotany trails. Sunrise Ski Resort - Owned and operated by the White Mountain Apache Tribe, Sunrise Ski Resort offers 65 runs over three mountains, separate snowboarding area, cross country ski trails, and a special children’s area. The resort is also open during the spring months for scenic viewing.