Wilcox, AZ Cochise Country Land 0. acre for sale in Willcox, AZ

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Title:Warranty Deed

Listing ID:LC-1608-055520

Parcel Number:203-42-302; 203-42-303; 203-42-304; 203-42-305;

Location:E Thorton Dr, Wilcox, AZ 85643

Zoning:Residential Acreage

Lot Size:0.93 Acres

Road Access:Gravel

Utilities:Electric close by or solar, sewer and water private

Taxes:$48 per year totalLocated just off of the Twin Lake Country Club in the Cochise Recreational area.

Four contiguous quarter acre lots make this over one acre in size and able to be built, however, the highest and best use for the land remains recreational. Perfect for camping, RV, and all private recreational activities. The properties are over an acre in size in total and are just off the lake and roughly 200 feet from the intersection of Rex Road and E 4th Lane in Wilcox. Very close to shopping, downtown, and of course just near Interstate 10 which makes Tuscan, Mexico, New Mexico and Texas a close drive.

Lot close to lake in Arizona on Golf course subdivision with amazing mountain views sits with road frontage and near walking distance to Lake Cochise. We do have the lot next to this one if you want a bigger double lot you can buy both.

This land is in the Twin Lakes Subdivision sits in front of Lake Cochise so a wonderful view of the lake and walking distance to the 9 Hole Twin Lakes Golf Course that is fully operational. It's in Southern Arizona and just an hour east of Tucson, Arizona. This is lot is on 5th Lane located in Twin Lakes Subdivision Wilcox, Arizona.

This land is located about 1 mile from Historic Downtown Wilcox, Arizona right off of Interstate 10 and about an hour drive from Tucson, Arizona. The Twin Lakes Subdivisions are undeveloped at this time but the road to the Twin Lakes Country Club is already paved. The lot is VERY close (walking distance) to the Twin Lakes Club House/ Golf Course and also close to Cochise lake. This is a great chance to get in on the ground floor!


  • Price: $2,500

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