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LISTING: Apache County AZ Cedar Ridge Unit 2 Lot 11 is 1.07 acres by Show Low AZ
<B>Oh I love this photo of my boyfriend Buddy who walked thru the melting snow and mud! Good thing we had a bottle of water with us to wash his paws! When I told Amber I was going to use this photo as the preview picture she said no because it doesn
Oh I love this photo of my boyfriend Buddy who walked thru the melting snow and mud! Good thing we had a bottle of water with us to wash his paws! When I told Amber I was going to use this photo as the preview picture she said no because it doesn't show case the property the best! What is she talking about?!? I'm sure you can see the tons of trees behind the truck doors! : )
Description: 1.07 Acres Heavily Treed Land For Sale in Vernon, Arizona by Show Low, Concho and Springerville!

Only 2 Miles From the Sitgreaves National Forest and 1/2 Mile From Paved Highway and Power!

Beautiful Rural Country Side Property With Lots of Privacy It's So Hidden in the Trees!

It's a Quick Commute to the Busy Town of Show Low and the Abundant Record Setting Fishing Lakes in the White Mountains!

Located in East Central Arizona on the Mogollon Rim Where I've Spotted Herds of Elk and Antelope!

Call Char & Buddy Mon - Sun 360-550-8943
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Cedar Ridge Unit 2 Lot 11

Status: Available
Sale: $3,500.00 Cash or Best Offer

See Listing For Owner Financing Price and Terms

State: AZ
County: Apache
 
Parcels
APN: 106-27-011 Legal Description: Cedar Ridge Unit 2 Lot 11
City: Vernon 14 Miles E of Show Low
32 Miles SW of St Johns
33 MIles NW of Springerville
95 Miles NW of Reserve, NM
128 Miles SW of Gallup, NM
145 Miles SE of Walnut Canyon National Monument in Flagstaff
186 Miles NE of Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport.
258 Miles S of Monument Valley, Utah
Parcel Size: 1.07 Acres See Parcel Map
Roads: Dedicated Easement County Road 3320 is a bladed dirt along the south of the property.

The best access to the property is to go south on 3320, E on 3324, S on 3314 and west on 3320 to the property.

It sits only 1/2 mile SE of paved Highway 61 but coming in from the west would need to have the dirt road better bladed for easy access. Coming in the way above is 1.3 miles but the roads are nicely bladed.
Power: Area, Solar, Generator Sits about 1/2 mile NE at the intersection of 3323 and 3314.

You would need to contact the local power company for the cost to bring it to the property.

Several neighbors in this area use solar.
Water: Well, Holding Tank There are some areas out here that have water in the street. We were told that you would need to mark the property and then contact the water company. They will come out and do a physical inspection to let you know how close the water runs and the cost to bring it to the property. We attempted to get maps but apparently they don't have any.

If no water is in the street you have the right to drill a well.

Click here to visit the Arizona Department of Water Resources website for information about well permits.
Sewer: Septic, Holding Tank Needs installation.

Click here to visit the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality website for waste water (Septic) treatment facilities.

If you scroll to the bottom there is a link called Design Critera, Septic Tanks.
Liens: No
Deed Type: Special Warranty Deed
CCRs: No
Title Marketable: Yes
Property Tax: 79.20 Annually. Paid current. Future tax notices are buyer's responsibility.
Doc Prep Fee: 150.00 To be added to the purchase price for document preparation.
Zoning: Agricultural - Residential Allowing for homes, manufactured homes 15 yrs old and newer.

This county has unrestricted RV use, however, you can't live in your RV full time and must comply with state septic regulations.

Click here to read the Apache County Zoning ordinance. Scroll down to Article 4 on page 23.
Time Restrictions: No
Other Information: Recreation: Click here to visit The Petrified Forest National Park and Painted Desert

Click here for fishing in the White Mountains on the Arizona Game and Fish website.

Click here for recreation in the Apache and Sitgreaves National Forests. There are more than 400 miles of rivers and streams and 50 lakes in the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest and White Mountain Apache Reservation.

Click here for the White Mountain Apache Tribe Game and Fish website.

 
PROPERTY PHOTOS

Photo Information

All of the photos were taken in March 2018 of Cedar Ridge Unit 2 Lot 11 and the surrounding views.

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PROPERTY INFORMATION
 

1.07 acres heavily trees land for sale in Vernon, Arizona about 180 miles NE of Phoenix in the White Mountains! Between Show Low and Springerville, it sits only 2 miles from the Sitgreaves National Forest, home of some of the record setting fishing lakes in the State! As I sit at my desk writing this I look across the valley for miles to the foothills of the White Mountains!

All of the photos were taken of the property in March 2018. The best access to the property is to go south on 3320, E on 3324, S on 3314 and west on 3320 to the property. County Road 3320 is a bladed dirt along the south of the property. It sits only 1/2 mile SE of paved Highway 61 but coming in from the west would need to have the dirt road better bladed for easy access. Coming in the way I suggested is 1.3 miles but the roads are nicely bladed.

The property is heavily treed with lots of junipers and a few pines. Years ago the junipers here were incorrectly called cedars but they are indeed junipers with little blue berries on them! The property is mostly flat with a slight slope to the north which is the bottom part of a hill. You can see this in the aerial photo that shows Dutch Mountain and Dobbins Knoll. You can see Dobbins Knoll thru the trees but the trees are so thick you really got to position yourself between the trees to see her! She is pretty though and we got a few good shots of her from the road!



The snow was melting and wow was the mud clay thick and Buddy tramped thru the melting snow and onto the sort dirt roadway! Good thing we had a bottle of water with us to pour into a cup and wash all four feet! He was so perplexed and I couldn't help but laugh at him - oh I love this little man!



There is a neighbor to the east hidden in the trees and a few others sprinkled about and the trees make for some great privacy as you can't see anything once you step off the road! The wind was a bit louder in the trees which I found peaceful and Amber and I both commented that sun sure was hot when it hit you, nice!

The property sits 2 miles east of the area the locals call "the Y" which is the intersection of Highway 60 & 61. It connects the communities of St. Johns, Concho, Vernon, Springerville and Eager all to the busy town of Show Low which is 10 miles west.

The Stanford General Store at the Y has been a community cornerstone here for many years. It's a 20 to 30 mile commute to some of the outlying areas and this store has really grown over the past few years. It recently opened the Y Bar which is a hot spot for us "older folk" to listen to live music, enjoy good food and drink, and dance. It starts early and ends early just the way us older folk like and I've watched the sun go down on their outside patio a few times now! I've been stopping by this store since I first saw it over 15 years ago and it's nice to see it be such a success to the community. The Dollar Store sits next door to it.



14 miles NE is the Concho Elementary School which is K - 8 and kids that live out here are bused here. Concho is a small, quiet community of about 4800 people. The surrounding area is mostly ranching and agricultural. The town has a few small convenient stores, bar/restaurants, public school, and a park. I hang out in Concho and have fun on the weekends donating money to the dart tournament at the Screamin Chicken! I also enjoy the live bands the old golf course brings in frequently on the weekends which is now called the Bull Market.

For the most part though its a quiet area and most who live here commute to Show Low or St Johns for work. I snapped a photo of the Family Dollar Store that opened in December, 2017 which was one of the big events of the year!



Show Low is the largest city in the White Mountains and is one of the fastest growing cities in northern Arizona. The population is about 12,000, but seasonal spikes in the population from tourism activity and the second home market causes the trade area population to swell to well over 170,000.



The White Mountains are the playground for people in the Phoenix and Tucson areas who wish to escape to the cooler temperatures of the higher altitude and also home of Smile4u! This past year I've fished a few lakes, hiked a few canyons, found Native American pottery shards and petrified wood, taken quad rides, harvested a Christmas tree from the forest, driven over a few one lane bridges, seen a few waterfalls, floated the creek, seen a couple hundred beautiful sunsets, adopted a homeless cat we named Winslow, explored pueblo ruins of the Native Americans, and spotted herds of elk and antelope.



The Apache/Sitgreaves National Forests, often called the White Mountains, and White Mountain Apache Reservation is the second highest mountain range in Arizona. It is home to more than 400 species of animals including antelope, elk, deer, fish, big horn sheep, mountain lions, black bears and gray wolves. With over 450 miles of streams and 2000 surface acres of cold water lakes, many fisherman, bird watchers and hunters are drawn to the area. It also offers winter time recreational fun like skiing and snowmobiling. Here are a few of my fishing adventures these past few years:

Big Lake is considered one of the best fishing lakes in the state because of its size and amount of trout caught! I asked these guys what they were catching and they said catch and release trout because they had so many fish already.



Fishing at Black Canyon Lake on my 52nd birthday!
I caught my face and my middle finger!



The only fish I've caught so far in the White Mountains was this giant blue gill on the Fort Apache Reservation near the Salt River Canyon! I let him go!



The property sits about 45 miles from the south entrance into the Petrified Forest National Park, home of the Painted Desert.





Within two or three hours are some of the most interesting Indian ruins and parks to explore including Canyon de Chelly, Window Rock, Monument Valley, Walnut Canyon and Wuptaki National Monument. My favorite spot to take visitors is to the Wukoki ruin which is part of the Wuptaki National Monument. It resembles an old castle and is enormous and makes me marvel at how they made it by hand!

If you look closely you can see Buddy standing on the steps. It gives an idea just how gigantic these ruins are!


People often ask me if I miss living in Washington State with her tall pine trees and its an easy answer - NOPE! I love looking across the wide open valley covered in juniper trees, sage brush, native brush, cactus and desert grass. I love watching the colors of the seasons and there's sun for miles no matter what time of year! Home! Char the Explorer : )

Financing Price: $9,000

Terms with $250 down payment (required): $8,750 at 8% interest with approximately 52 monthly payments of $200.

90 days early bird payoff with $250 down, if $4,500 is paid toward the property within 90 days from the contract date Smile4u will waive the remaining balance!

180 days to work like a dog to pay it off early with $250 down! If $5,625 of principal is paid in the first 180 days from the contract date Smile4u will waive the remaining balance!

We will write both of the early payoff options into the contract. If at any time during the 90 or 180 day period you hit those amounts we will waive the remaining balance and deed the property to you. Dream big!

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PROPERTY MAPS

Property Maps


Google Maps and Bing Maps links for those customers who would like to research the street and aerial views further:

Google Maps: We suggest clicking on the "Tilt the view" button located on the bottom right side twice so it rotates the earth until you see the blue sky.

Google Interactive Map at the SE corner of the property.


Bing Maps: We suggest clicking the "Bird's eye" link on the top and then aerial.

Bing Maps link at the SE corner of the property.

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ADDITIONAL PHOTOS

Apache and Navajo County Area Information

Apache County has a population of about 69,423 and encompasses 11,216 square miles. The Apache and Navajo Indian Reservations cover more than 65.4% of the county and more land is designated Indian Reservation than any other county in the USA. Approximately 21 percent is public land and 13.2 is privately owned so majority of the land is not for sale. Its also home of the Petrified Forest National Park and Canyon de Chelly National Monument.

Adjoining to the west is Navajo County with a population of about 107,500, encompasses 9,960 square miles. Many people think that Arizona is a vast, open desert without vegetation but Navajo County offers Monument Valley, Keams Canyon, part of the Petrified Forest National Park, and the largest stand of Ponderosa Pines in North America.

The counties offers extreme diverse regions with the forested White Mountains and green pastures in the south and high, dry, colorful plateau regions to the north. The Petrified Forest National Park and Painted Desert that we learn about in our elementary school geography books, offer visitors a spectacular journey into prehistoric times.

The dinosaurs originally came to the banks of the Little Colorado River and then the Indians. Pioneer families arrived from the east in the early 1880's. Scattered over the greater portion of the county and especially along the Colorado Chiquita River are many ruins of a prehistoric people. There is plenty of pure spring water in every town and village in the county, constantly fed by the rains and melting snow in the mountains.

The area is gorgeous and not what you would typically think of when you think of the desert. With elevation ranging from 4,000 to 10,000 feet, plush green pastures with animals grazing in the plateau region to the north and the snowcapped ski slopes in the White Mountains to the south offer a picturesque setting.

The area has four seasons with warm summer months and a few snow days in the wintertime. The snow usually melts in the lower altitudes in a day or two but the White Mountains become a wintertime playground.

Excellent fishing, hunting and skiing make the White Mountains a year-round recreation area for many living in the hot Phoenix sun. It is home of the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests with 8 notable cold water lakes and numerous lakes and reservoirs: Aker Lake, Big Lake, Woods Canyon Lake, Willow Springs Lake,Black Canyon Lake, Chevelon Canyon Lake, Luna Lake, Bear Canyon Lake, Crescent Lake, and Blue River. There are over 680 miles of rivers and streams and the headwaters for the Black, Little Colorado and San Francisco rivers are in the White Mountains.

Click here for the White Mountain Apache Tribe Game and Fish website.

Click here for Arizona Game and Fish

Click here to visit The Petrified Forest National Park and Painted Desert.

Click here for the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest.

Click here for the White Mountains Arizona website for recreational opportunities.

Click here for Walnut Canyon National Monument's website.

Click here for Canyon de Chelly National Monument's website.

Click here for Wupatki National Monument's website.

Click here for Rainbow Bridge National Monument's website.

Click here for information on Lake Powell.

Click here for information on Horseshoe Bend.

Click here for information on Monument Valley.

Click here for information on Antelope Canyon.

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SALE TERMS & DISCLOSURES

Sales Process and Terms

Please conduct your due diligence research and be sure to ask all questions prior to hitting the "Buy Now" button below.

All of the maps and information provided in this listing are intended to assist you in your due diligence research. We try and include many resources that we use ourselves. Over the years we have found information to be incorrect like a road that shows on an aerial photo or street map that we can't find because it is overgrown or doesn't exist or a difference in GPS settings. So while we try and include as much of this information as possible we greatly encourage you to carefully do your research to be sure the property suits your needs.

If you would like to purchase this property click on the "Buy It Now" button at the bottom of the listing. A form will ask for your name, email address and phone number. There is a box to indicate if you are purchasing if for cash or financing. Once you click submit it will change the Status at the top of the listing from "Available" to "Sale Pending". We will hold it for you for 3 days. We will then send you an email that confirms our agreement and our process to complete the transaction. Please contact us within 24 hours of receiving that email from us and we will continue to hold the property for you.

Payment is due within 3 days unless prior arrangements are made. You can either send a cashier's checks or money orders, or you can call the office with a debit or a credit card. We often have several interested buyers in the same property and in fairness we keep the property available until someone is 100% prepared to complete the transaction.

If purchasing for cash, once we have received payment we will prepare all documents necessary to transfer ownership and even include a check to cover all recording fees and transfer taxes as well. It's all part of the non-refundable $150 doc prep fee!

If purchasing a Contract for Deed Click Here to view the highlights of our owner financing. PLEASE READ THIS DOCUMENT PRIOR TO CLICKING THE BUY IT NOW BUTTON FOR CONTRACTS!

With our sincere thanks,

Charlotte and Amber : )

Please feel free to call Char at 360-550-8943 with any questions!

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