|Processing Fee||$ 299|
|Deed Type||Warranty Deed|
|Location||998 East Lenny Circle, Willcox, AZ 85643|
|GPS Coordinates||32.232632, -109.818739 Open in Google Maps|
|Legal Description||Cochise Recreation Area, Section 2, Lot 142|
|Lot Size||0.25 Acres|
|Utilities||Private septic and well|
Sale- 1/4 acre lot in the Recreation Area - of Twin Lakes Subdivision
This land is in the Twin Lakes Subdivision 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 Vacant 0.27 acre lot located just off of the Twin Lake Country Club in the Cochise Recreational area. Perfect for camping, RV, and all private recreational activities. No POA
This land is located about 1 mile from Historic Downtown Willcox, 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.
Willcox Area Information
Willcox is located in the Southeastern portion of Arizona, in the northern half of Cochise County on I-10. Nestled at the northern end of the Sulphur Springs Valley near the Dos Cabezas and Chiricahua Mountains at an elevation of 4,167 feet Willcox is considered high desert which gives us Arizona's best year round temperate climate without the extreme summer heat of Tucson, Phoenix and Yuma. Established in 1880 and incorporated in 1915 Willcox is the trade center for the northern portion of Cochise County. Located only 1 hour from Tucson and 40 miles to New Mexico it is well placed.
Once known as the Cattle Capital of the nation, Willcox was is the middle of the hustle and bustle of the old west. With the railroad going through the center of town it was an ideal location for the shipment of not only cattle but any type of goods produced in the area that were shipped throughout the United States. Incoming trains brought goods that were needed in the northern part of the county. Fort Bowie and the local mining community of Dos Cabezas had many of their supplies come in via the railroad. The rough and tumble old west can be felt throughout the town and some it's old building, most of which are located on Railroad Avenue. The colorful history of the cowboy and the cattle that he lived with can be seen at the Hall of Fame which is located at the Rex Allen Cowboy Museum.
Southeastern Arizona is considered the birding capital of the world and just outside of Willcox you will find the Playa, an ancient seabed that is the winter home of a large group of Sandhill Cranes. Numerous other birds are found in this area also and in the nearby mountains. The Chiricahua Mountains is where you will see the Elegant Trogan. It's an easy drive to all of the premier birding spots, Ramsey Canyon Nature Conservancy which is famous for it's hummingbirds, Madera Canyon, Portal and the San Pedro Riparian Area National Conservation Area.