1 Acre For Sale in Golden Valley, Arizona by Kingman and Las Vegas, NV Just off Highway 93
Pretty Desert Setting With a Big Intermittent Stream Thru the Property, Lots of Wildflowers Blooming & Desert Cactus!
36 Miles to the Laughlin-Bullhead City Bridge Over the Colorado River and 58 Miles to the Hoover Dam by Las Vegas.
Gorgeous Views of the Black Mountains and the Cerbat Mountains in Mohave County, AZ.
Would Be a Great Spot for A Snowbird to Hang Out in Your RV With No One Around!
Close to Lake Mohave, Havasu, and Mead for Boating & Fishing!
Call Char Mon - Sun 360-550-8943
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Lake Mohave Vista Estates Block N Lot 7
1 acre in Golden Valley, Arizona by Kingman and Las Vegas, NV. It's a pretty desert setting with a huge intermittent stream thru the property, lots of wildflowers blooming and desert cactus sprinkled about! There's great views of the Black Mountains and the Cerbat Mountains. It's zoned for a home, manufactured home or RV. A great spot for a snowbird looking to be close to the Colorado River and Lake Mead, Havasu and Mohave for boating and fishing!
All of the photos were taken in June 2019 of the property and surrounding views. Mariposa Drive is a bladed sandy/graveled road along the E. Take Hwy 125 (Chloride Exit) NE off Highway 93 to Roosevelt Drive. There is a home with a historical marker on the corner here. Head S on Roosevelt to Rollo Road. Head E on Rollo to Mariposa Drive and N on Mariposa to the property. Mariposa is washed out to the N by the stream that runs thru this property so you will need to come in from the S. The road was a bit sandy in one spot and I suggest you take a truck. You would need to drop some gravel for easier access via a car.
Looking north across the wash that runs thru the property on Mariposa.
I noticed a stake at the SE corner of the property. The closest power sits about 6/10 of a mile SW at the SS corner of the section. You would need to contact the local power company for the cost to bring it to the property.
You can see the stake hidden in the bush in the left hand side of the photo.
The property is most flat along the south half and then slopes down to the north to the huge intermittent stream that flows thru the property. If you look at the aerial photos you can see how it runs thru the property. It's pretty big for the desert but was bone dry when Buddy and Fred visited!
There is a great variety of beautiful wildflowers blooming and cactus sprinkled about - oh what a pretty display! A few I had never seen blooming before!
There are a few neighbors sprinkled about in the distance but no one within probably 1/2 of a mile. One had a little lean to on their property for shade that looked like it hadn't been used in a while but still standing.
The property sits 1.8 miles from the intersection of Highway 93 between Las Vegas and Kingman. About 57 miles NW is the Hoover Dam by Lake Mead. To the south 18 miles is Kingman and Interstate 40. Kingman would be the closest big town for groceries, supplies and a hospital. It sits in the Sacramento Valley surrounded by gorgeous mountain views in all directions.
The Black Mountain run from the NW to the SW and offer some interesting peaks to look at! These rugged mountains are the home of the Warm Springs Wilderness and bighorn sheep and burros. They are bordered to the north by Lake Mead and Hoover Dam and the Colorado River on the west, and Kingman on the east.
About 28 miles NW off county road 135 on the W side of the Black Mountains is Cottonwood Cove at Lake Mohave on the Colorado River. This is part of Lake Mead National Recreation Area and offers several coves where you can go fishing and kayaking! I read about a couples adventure camping here! They pretty much had the place to themselves and the water is so clear! Click here to read about their adventure which shows gorgeous photos of Lake Mohave and fish in the super clear water! The Cerbat Mountains sit to the NE and the Hualapai Mountains to the SE. Hualapai means "People of the tall Pine" in the native Hualapai Indian language.
It's home of the 40,000 acre Wabayuma Peak Wilderness where you will find bear, elk, mule deer, and mountain lions. This wilderness is dominated by the 7,601-foot with Wabayuma Peak at 7601'. It's a series of massive ridges that extend from the peak in a semicircle to the north, south, and west, plunge nearly 5,000 feet to the desert floor below. The sheer size and scale of this rugged terrain guarantees a variety of challenging and interesting hikes, backpacking trips, horseback rides and nature study, and encourage extended overnight camping. Visitors can travel through desert shrub and ponderosa pine in one day and are afforded the opportunity for exceptional botanical and wildlife sightseeing within a relatively small geographic area.
The bridge at Laughlin and Bullhead City sits 36 miles west. Bullhead City, population 39,500, is located on the Arizona side of the Colorado River and across the river in Nevada, Laughlin's gambling industry supplies much of the employment to residents who live here. The surrounding communities of Laughlin, Fort Mohave, Mohave Valley and Needles, CA bring the Bullhead area to about 100,000. It's home to an international airport, two hospitals, and serves as the shopping hub of the tri-state area.
About 52 miles NE is Meadview which sits on the easterly end of Lake Mead and the Grand Canyon. Lake Mead National Recreation Area is believed to be the only town anywhere that actually is inside a National Park and has access to Lake Mead and the Grand Canyon by personal watercraft. South Cove has a boat ramp and Pearce Ferry has a ramp into both Lake Mead and the Colorado River!
In March 2017 we visited Meadview and oh what a beautiful drive thru the giant Joshua Trees. It sure turned out to be a stormy day! We stopped at Pearce Ferry and I asked the men in the big trucks with strange equipment on the back what they were doing. They said they were from the Hualapai River Runners and were waiting to pull the white water rafters out that were coming down the Colorado River from Peach Springs.
So I spent time exploring with Buddy while waiting and marveled at the ridge of the canyon, watched the sandy dirt crash down into the river and spotted a heron on a rock outcropping! The thunder got loud and I was getting nervous about the time the rafters came zooming down the river. Looks fun to me and one more thing on my bucket list!
In addition to gambling, fishing and boating, the area offers hiking, gold mining, and 4-wheeling and is home to wild horses, coyotes, burros, jackrabbits, quail and road runners.
The property is zoned for a home or manufactured home and it is also zoned for year round RV use with special permits.What a great spot to hang out and enjoy the sunny warm desert! Enjoy! Char the Explorer : )
Financing Price: $5600
Terms with $100 down payment: $5500 at 8% interest with approximately 52 monthly payments of $125
Any down payment made over the required $100 Smile4u will match off of the balance.
90 Days Early Bird Payoff with $100 down! If $2800 is paid toward the property within 90 days from the contract date Smile4u will waive the remaining balance!
180 Days Work Like A Dog Early Payoff with $100 down! If $3500 of principal is paid in the first 180 days from the contract date Smile4u will waive the remaining balance!
The down payment applies to the 90 & 180 day early payoff amounts but we do not match it for the early payoff amounts.
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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All of these photos were taken on our journeys thru Tehachapi, Red Rock, the Mojave Desert, California City, Aerial Acres, Mojave, Barstow, Las Vegas, Lake Mead, Meadview, Lake Havasu, Yucca, and the Pacific Ocean. Whew!
I started traveling through this part around 2002. I saw towns like Victorville and Lancaster improving major roads. Then I started seeing lots of employees standing on street corners on the weekends with shaker signs pointing potential home buyers to come check out their new developments. I notice that Highway 14 which goes through Mojave to the Bakersfield-Barstow Highway had improvements being made to it in January 2007. I noticed quite a bit of new businesses in California City.
In May 2011 I was stunned to see the number of windmills that covered hillsides and valley floor as I made my way down to Mojave. The windmills came right to the western edge of the town. I also saw quite a few solar projects down on the valley floor in Barstow! Holy cow is this place ever hopping with energy! We have had quite a few people asking us if we have any land for development there. I read in September 2011 that there is currently several planned solar projects in this area!
The Colorado River, Lake Mead, Lake Havasu and Lake Mohave make this the hot spot place to be for water sports in greater Southern California, Western Arizona and Southern Nevada!
A video of our journey to Meadview and the Pearce Ferry Landing in March 2017! We watched the Hualapai River Runners pull white water rafting boats coming from Peach Springs out of the Colorado River!