|Cash Sale||$ 749|
|Processing Fee||$ 299|
|Deed Type||Warranty Deed|
|Location||Lot 5240 S Railroad Ave, Willcox, AZ 85643|
|Legal Description||Twin Lakes County Club Lot 5240|
|Zoning||Vacant, Residential, Mobile home and manufactured homes allowed|
|Lot Size||0.25 Acres|
|Utilities||Please contact County Assessor|
Vacant 0.25 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 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.
Originally known as “Maley”, the town was founded in 1880 as a whistlestop on the Southern Pacific Railroad. It was renamed in honor of a visit by General Orlando B. Willcox in 1889. In the early 20th century, Willcox had the distinction of being a national leader in cattle production. Agriculture remains important to the local economy, but Interstate 10 has replaced the railroad as the major transportation link, and much of the economy is now tied to the highway, which runs immediately north of the town. Willcox is the birthplace of Rex Allen, known as “The Arizona Cowboy”, who wrote and recorded many songs, starred in several Westerns during the early 1950s and in the syndicated television series Frontier Doctor (1958–1959). Willcox was among the locations of 26 Men (1957–1959), another syndicated series that depicted true stories of the Arizona Rangers starring Tristram Coffin and Kelo Henderson. Geography Willcox is located in northern Cochise County at 32°15′20″N 109°50′8″W (32.255622, -109.835520) in the Sulphur Springs Valley. Interstate 10 serves the city with three exits and leads 35 miles (56 km) southwest to Benson, Arizona, and 74 miles (119 km) east to Lordsburg, New Mexico. Willcox High School’s mascot is a cowboy because of the rich ranching history of the area According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 6.3 square miles (16.3 km2), of which 6.1 square miles (15.9 km2) is land and 0.12 square miles (0.3 km2), or 2.13%, is water.
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