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LISTING: Navajo County, AZ T17N R16E Sec 25 2 Adj 5 Acre Lots in the NW4 Totals 10 Acres
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There's a view across the Colorado Plateau to the San Francisco Peaks which sit just to the N of Flagstaff with Humpherys Peak at 12,633 Feet, the Tallest Peak in Arizona!
Description: 10 Acres of Land For Sale in Winslow, Arizona Between Flagstaff and Holbrook.

There's a View of the San Francisco Peaks With Humpherys Peak at 12,633 Feet, the Tallest Peak in Arizona!

The Painted Desert Pops Out of the Colorado Plateau Across the Valley to the North!

Rural Off Grid Land With Very Few Neighbors by Babbit Tank Canyon, a Tributary to Chevelon Canyon!

There's Tons of Petrified Wood Strewn About This Area!

Fishing Close By at Clear Creek!

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T17N R16E Sec 25 E2SW4NE4NW4 (West Lot)
$4,500 Cash Or Best Offer. Available

T17N R16E Sec 25 W2SW4NE4NW4 (East Lot)
$3,500 Cash or Best Offer. Available
Status: Available
Sale: $7,000.00 Cash For All 10 Acres

See Pricing Above For 5 Acre Lot Prices.

State: AZ
County: Navajo
 
Parcels
APN: 108-12-035 Legal Description: T17N R16E Section 25 E2SW4NE4NW4
APN: 108-12-036 Legal Description: T17N R16E Section 25, W2SW4NE4NW4
City: Winslow Winslow is 20.3 miles NW
Holbrook is 42 miles NE
Flagstaff is 77 miles NW
Gallup is 148 miles E
Phoenix is 202 miles SW
Albuquerque is 285 miles E
Las Vegas is 327 miles W
Parcel Size: 5 Acres Each 2 adjoining lots totals 10 acres.
Roads: Dedicated Easement, Dirt There is a dirt road running along the western edge of the west lot.

There is an easement to the lot on the east side which needs to be bladed. The vegetation was low and I was able to easily drive in my truck to the east lot.
Power: Solar, Generator Needs installation.
Water: Well, Holding Tank Needs installation.

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: 14.96 Per Lot. 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: A-General Allows for homes and manufactured homes.

Allows for horses with required 600 sq ft corral space per horse.

Click here for a link to the zoning.

Allows up to 30 days RV use per year. A temporary RV permit is available when in the process of building.

Click here for a link to RV use.
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.

Click here for the Meteor Crater
 
PROPERTY PHOTOS

Photo Information

All of the photos were taken in March 2018 of T17N R16E Sec 25 E2SW4NE4NW4 & W2SW4NE4NW4 and the surrounding views.

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Make sure to check the map section to see where photos were taken in relation to the property being sold in case the above named property is not the property being sold in this listing.

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PROPERTY INFORMATION
 

2 adjoining 5 acres lot for sale in Winslow, Arizona in a rural off grid area near Chevelon Canyon and Clear Creek. There's petrified wood strewn about the property and views of the San Francisco Peaks in Flagstaff and the Painted Desert! It's close to Holbrook between Flagstaff and Gallup, New Mexico about 3.5 hours NE of Phoenix.

All of the photos were taken in March, 2018 of the property and its surrounding views. There is a bladed dirt road that leads along the west side of the properties. You would need to use the easement to access the property on the east side if you purchased it alone. However the vegetation was short and I was able to drive over it in my truck with no problem.

The property is mostly flat with a gentle roll from the south to the north. It's covered in native grass with a few scattered trees. There is a neighbor to the south of the east lot and another neighbor about 20 acres to the west. Otherwise there is no one around and it was very quiet.

From the N to the NE is a view of the Painted Desert hills popping out of the Colorado Plateau! To the NW is a pretty view across the valley of San Francisco Peaks which sit just to the N of Flagstaff with Humphreys Peak at 12,633 Feet, the tallest peak in Arizona!



One of the first photos I ever took of the Painted Desert near Holbrook!



It sits about 1.25 miles west of Babbitt Tank in Babbitt Tank Canyon which is a man made rock dam that catches the water runoff from this canyon into a pond area using the natural contour of the canyon. Babbit Tank Canyon is a tributary to Chevelon Canyon which is a tributary to the Little Colorado River! The colors along the sides of this canyon are stunning and my photos do not do any justice!





While talking to my friends from this area they sure educated me on just what this place is! Many are familiar with Chevelon Canyon which flows from the Apache Sitgreaves Forest near Heber north to the Little Colorado River near Winslow. There's an old one lane bridge that crosses Chevelon Canyon near Joseph City that really gives you a great idea of just how big this canyon is! A few people hunt antelope out in this area and have hiked this part of the canyon before.





McHood Park sits along Clear Creek about 6 miles SE of Winslow and is a favorite spot for the locals to float the river, climb the canyon walls and fish! I spent an afternoon out here floating this lazy creek!



A friend of mine who is really into local history told me about the Babbitt family who came to Flagstaff in 1886 and set up a ranching and mercantile empire that ranged from Dodge City, KS to southern California! Their family ventures have included cattle, sheep, trading post, automobile dealership, mining, mayor of Flagstaff, State Senator, and Arizona Governor. Still today they are known for their top quality cattle and their horses still carry the legendary Hashknife brand. In 2001 they set aside 41,000 acres for open space to create Arizona's largest conservation easement in agreement with the Nature Conservancy and Coconino County. A big shout out to Eric who is our day field trippers unofficial president and a vast wealth of local history!

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 on the right hand side!


One of the greatest adventures in my lifetime was my trip in 2017 to Monument Valley which sits about 200 miles NE of Holbrook. I met up with a Navajo guide Roger for a jeep tour of Mystery Valley and Monument Valley. At one point he beckoned me to sit beside him as he painted a Kokopeli with sand on a rock in front of one of the ruins. He first spent a moment touching the rock with his hands, feeling it. I sat quietly and watched so mesmerized by how quickly the image came to life.





Roger had been joking with us that if we listened we would hear the Kokopelis flute calling us to him. Apparently he calls all the ladies, a modern day Casanova. He was said to travel to villages bringing the change of winter to spring, carrying a sack of seeds and songs on his back. He is the source of human conception and everyone would sing and dance when they heard his flute. The next morning every maiden in the village would be with child.



When we were done I said we should say a prayer or something - it was so spiritual. And before we left Roger walked over to the rock and said a quick prayer then used a stick to erase the image. I asked him what he had said in his native tongue and it was something along the lines of "I did not have the right to draw on this rock and I have erased it to show respect."



I think this is an interesting big chunk of land for someone looking for a jumping off spot to go explore the fascinating Arizona desert! Enjoy! Char the Explorer : )

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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 SW corner of the W2.


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

Bing Maps link at the SW corner of the W2.

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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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