Willcox, AZ Cochise Country Land 4. acre for sale in Willcox, AZ

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Whether you're looking for mountains, lakes, desert or rivers, Arizona has what you want to see within a reasonable distance. Settle in this awesome 4-acre lot in Cochise County! Build your home and stay away from the hostility of city living.



You can have access to a lot of cities in the area through South Anderson Road, the nearest road in the property. In Benson, just a 56-minute drive from the property, there is Walmart Supercenter where you can complete your shopping list. At Willcox, just a 26-minute drive from the property, there's also a school, a hospital, a gas station, a grocery store, and a post office!



Have your dinner at Big Tex BBQ. They serve the best foods in Willcox. Not only does it look cool but, wow, it smells good too! There is also a wide-range of activities in Arizona. You can go hike, camp, fish, or even just stroll in the desert.



The northern half of Arizona is full of forests brimming with pine, Douglas fir, and spruce trees. Mountain ranges such as the San Francisco Mountains and Humphrey's Peak are going o inspire you. And you can go skiing at resorts in Flagstaff, Alpine, and Tucson because, yes, it snows in Arizona, too. So don't be so quick to judge this place.



Feel free to inquire now. Call us for the info! Don't miss the awesome opportunity!



Asking Price: $1,500

Size: 4 acres

APN: 205-28-005 Parcel A

Legal Description: SW SW SEC 8 16 25 40.00 AC MAP REF:PM 205-28

State: Arizona

County: Cochise

GPS: 32.053671, -109.829629

General Elevation: 4,157 ft.

Zoning: RU-4

Power: by alternative system

Water: Would be well or Alternative System

Sewer: Alternative System

Roads: Paved to dirt

Property Tax: $70.428

Time Limit to Build: None

Closing/Doc Fee: None

  • Price: $1,500

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