Owner Finance Terms
Owner Finance Terms
Option 1: $275 Down + $249 Doc Fee, then $123.79 for 45 months, includes: principle ($108.33), note fee ($15) and pro-rated yearly taxes ($0.46). Option 2: $400 Down + $249 Doc Fee, then $147.40 for 36 months, includes: principle ($131.94), note fee ($15) and pro-rated yearly taxes ($0.46). Option 3: $515 Down + $249 Doc Fee, then $169.96 for 30 months, includes: principle ($154.50), note fee ($15) and pro-rated yearly taxes ($0.46).
5 Acres of Rugged Adventure. This Property Is Only For Those Tough Enough to Handle It!
Description: Perfect location for recreation or off-grid living. This piece of land is a rugged piece of paradise. It is for someone who wants more than flat, unimaginative land.
Surrounded by the Petrified Forest National Park, this property offers a nice quiet place to getaway. Enjoy the amazing views from nearby Lacey Point and enjoy the outdoors horseback riding, fossil hunting or just relaxing on your own private 40 acre property. There are mountains in the distance, washes and valleys in the area but the land itself is pretty flat. There are no roads in the area, so access would be via off-road vehicle, foot or by horse. There are no neighbors to bother you here. Lots of outdoor activities to do in this wide open space with easy access to the Petrified Forest National Park. Own this land today!
Petrified Forest National Park is a United States national park in Navajo and Apache counties in northeastern Arizona. Named for its large deposits of petrified wood, the park covers about 230 square miles, encompassing semi-desert shrub steppe as well as highly eroded and colorful badlands. The park’s headquarters is about 26 miles east of Holbrook along Interstate 40, which parallels the BNSF Railway’s Southern Transcon, the Puerco River, and historic U.S. Route 66, all crossing the park roughly east-west. The site, the northern part of which extends into the Painted Desert, was declared a national monument in 1906 and a national park in 1962. About 800,000 people visit the park each year and take part in activities including sightseeing, photography, hiking, and backpacking.
Option 1: $275 Down + $249 Doc Fee, then $123.79 for 45 months, includes: principle ($108.33), note fee ($15) and pro-rated yearly taxes ($0.46).
Option 2: $400 Down + $249 Doc Fee, then $147.40 for 36 months, includes: principle ($131.94), note fee ($15) and pro-rated yearly taxes ($0.46).
Option 3: $515 Down + $249 Doc Fee, then $169.96 for 30 months, includes: principle ($154.50), note fee ($15) and pro-rated yearly taxes ($0.46).
County: Apache County
Address: Petrified Forest, AZ 86028
Size: 5.0 Acres
Access: No Access
Conveyance: Warranty Deed
Coordinates: 35.01571, -109.78892
HOA/POA Fees: NA
Yearly Tax: $5.48
Legal Description: Legal Description: Section: 27 Township: 19N Range: 24E S2 SW4 NW4 SW4
Apache County is located in the northeast corner of the U.S. state of Arizona. As of the 2010 census its population was 71,518. The county seat is St. Johns. Part of the county is assigned to the Fort Apache Indian Reservation.
As of the census of 2000, there were 69,423 people, 19,971 households, and 15,257 families residing in the county. The population density was 6 people per square mile (2/km²). There were 31,621 housing units at an average density of 3 per square mile. There were 19,971 households out of which 43.80% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 49.30% were married couples living together, 21.40% had a female householder with no husband present, and 23.60% were non-families. 21.20% of all households were made up of individuals and 6.90% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 3.41 and the average family size was 4.04.
According to the U.S. Census Bureau, the county has a total area of 11,218 square miles (29,050 km2), of which 11,198 square miles (29,000 km2) is land and 21 square miles (54 km2) (0.2%) is water. The county is the third-largest county by area in Arizona and the sixth-largest in the United States (excluding boroughs and census areas in Alaska).
Apache County contains parts of the Navajo Indian Reservation, the Fort Apache Indian Reservation, and Petrified Forest National Park. Canyon de Chelly National Monument is entirely within the county.
Apache County has the most land designated as Indian reservation of any county in the United States. (Coconino County and Navajo County are a close second and third.) The county has 19,857.34 km2 (7,666.96 sq mi) of reservation territory, or 68.34 percent of its total area. The reservations are, in descending order of area within the county, the Navajo Nation, the Fort Apache Indian Reservation, and the Zuni Indian Reservation, all of which are partly located within the county.
THINGS TO DO
There are a multitude of outdoor recreational activities available in Apache County.
- Fishing: Apache trout, brook, brown, cutthroat, and rainbow trout, bass, crappie, arctic grayling, northern pike, and walleye!
- Hunting: Elk, deer, antelope, javelin, bear, turkey, sheep, mountain lion, squirrel, and water fowl
- Hiking (especially throughout the White Mountains!)
- Recreational mountain biking (miles of trails through White Mountain and Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest)
- ATV/UTV riding
- Golf (Hidden Cove, Snowflake Municipal, Pine Meadows Country Club, among many!
- Pioneer home tours
- Museums (Show Low Historical Society, Apache County Historical, Little House)
- Horseback riding
- Community Events (Still Cruizin’ Car Show and Mountain Festival, Taylor Sweet Corn Festival, Chrome in the Dome Classic Car Show, ATV Outlaw Trail Jamboree, Native American Art Festival, Fall Artisans Festival)
- Skiing/snowboarding (Sunrise Ski Resort in the White Mountains)
Nearby Towns: Concho, St. Johns, Show Low, Holbrook, Chambers, Sanders, Springerville
Points of Interest: Canyon de Chelly National Monument, Navajo National Museum, Petrified Forest National Park, Red Mesa, Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests, Four Corners Monument, Monument Valley Navajo Tribal Park, Wheatfields Lake, Hubbell Trading Post National Historic Site, Navajo Nation Zoo and Botanical Park, Window Rock Navajo Tribal Park, Apache County Historical Society Museum, Big Lake, Casa Malpais Ruins, Lyman Lake State Park, Springerville Heritage Center, Sunrise Ski Resort, 26 Bar Ranch (John Wayne Ranch)
What makes us different? We are Sandy Land, a land company that prides itself on providing you a professional and caring experience on your land investing journey. You are doing business with the owners of the company, a mom and her daughters who believe that integrity and caring come first in everything we do. We are not a large corporation who only looks at the bottom line and doesn’t care about your unique land investing needs. We offer a wide variety of payment options including: credit card, PayPal, money order, check or ACH transfers. Every purchase comes with a 60-day money back guarantee, because we stand behind our land offerings.
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