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Three Contiguous 1.03 Acre Lots in Concho Valley – Apache County, AZ (PID #128-130)

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$4,500

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Description

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Property will be conveyed via Special Warranty Deed.

Property Information

Parcel Size

1.04 Acres

State

Arizona

County

Apache

Nearest Cities

Phoenix – 203 Miles

Parcel #

201-29-049A | 201-29-049B | 201-29-049C

Legal Description

Lot 1 (2) (3), Block 49, Concho Valley Unit Three, as shown on the plat thereof recorded in Book 4 of Townsite Maps, Pages 43 and 44.

Features

Acres

1.03

Acres

County

Apache

County

Access

Property can be accessed via Juniper Lane Via Dirt Road

Access

Power

There is a power post on the NW corner of the lot. You have also an option to use solar or generator.

Power

Water

You need to dig a well

Water

Coordinates

34.413579, -109.608912 | 34.413151, -109.608875 | 34.412800, -109.608851

Coordinates

Zoning

Agricultural

Zoning

Elevation

6,398 FT

Elevation

Additional Fees / Costs

$99.00

Downpayment

$99.00

Closing & Document Fee

$27.02/year

Annual Taxes

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What can be built on the property?One single-family dwelling or one modular or mobile home per parcel. Guesthouses are allowed.
Time limit to build?A conditional use permit shall lapse and shall become void one year following the date on which the use permit became effective, unless prior to the expiration of one year:
a. A building permit is issued and construction is commenced and diligently pursued toward completion on the site that was the subject of the use permit application, b. A certificate of occupancy is issued for the structure that was the subject of the use permit application, or c. The site is occupied if no building permit or certificate of occupancy is required.
What can you do on/near property?You can do soil crops, raising animals or guest ranches.
Can you camp on the property?Yes
Notes on camping?Tent and recreational camping is okay for the property owners.
RV’s allowed on the property?Yes
Notes on RV’sCamping & RV’s are okay as well (permits required for long-term stay, more than 30 days). It should be at least four hundred (400) square feet, constructed to be towed on its own chassis and designed so as to be installed with or without a permanent foundation for human retail occupancy and/or dwelling residence.
Camping in an RV’s must be inspected by the Planning and Zoning office to ensure all plumbing and electrical is in working order prior to application approval. It could long term as long as it was approved by the Apache Health Office.
Mobile homes allowed on property?Yes
Notes on mobile homes?There is an age restriction they can’t be older than 15 years old and they have to be set up by a licensed Mobile set up person that is licensed by the State of AZ. This is regulated through the State on set ups.
Water?You need to drill a well.
Sewer or Septic?Septic can be installed.
Electrical?Nearest power post is about 300 feet from the NW corner of the lot. You have also an option to use sollar or generator.
Waste?You have to contact private hauler.
Is property part of an HOANo HOA/POA information found for the property online.
Is so how much are the dues?N/A
Any deed restrictions?None found on deed.
Access to property:Property can be accessed via Juniper Lane.

#PID 128-130