Details about 1,937ft HOUSE NEAR SHOW LOW AZ + $76K ASSESSED VALUE! NO RESERVE! CASH SALE1,937ft HOUSE NEAR SHOW LOW AZ + $76K ASSESSED VALUE! NO RESERVE! CASH SALE See original listing
May 05, 2012 19:00:09 PDT
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Show Low, Arizona, United States
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According to the Apache County Assessor's office, this property has a 1,937 sqft house built in 1989 on 1.21 Acres of land with an Assessed Value of $76,072. This property also has absolutely the best, incredible views in ALL directions as it is perched on a small bluff (DON'T MISS MANY PICS BELOW)! As seen in the many pictures the house needs a lot of work, but has a lot of potential. Feel free to go out and take a look yourself if you so desire. Great location close to Show Low, golf courses, airport, the city of Concho, and many recreation and development sites.
You are bidding on the FULL PURCHASE PRICE (NOT payments) for this beautiful parcel in the Show Low Pines Unit 8 subdivision. Show Low Pines Unit 8 is a site built/manufactured home subdivision and is located less than 20 miles northeast of Show Low Arizona.
Directions: From Show Low, AZ take US-60 East 11 miles and turn on to AZ-61 for an additional 0.2 miles and then turn left (north) on to Stanford Dr and then continue 7.5 miles to Shultz Rd (CO 8259) and turn left (southwest) and go 0.2 miles to property on the left (look for the driveway).
GPS Coordinates: 34.3944, -109.83293
AREA SUBDIVISION: Show Low Pines Unit #8
PROPERTY SIZE: 1.21 ACRES
SHORT LEGAL: Lot 403, Unit 8, Show Low Pines as recorded in Book 2 Page 17, records of Apache County, Arizona.
AREA ELEVATION: 6500 feet
ZONING: Residential; Stick Built, Mobile and/or Modular Homes and RVs. NO Association Fees or Time Limit to Build.
PROPERTY USE: 0123-SFR-010-2 RURAL SUBDIVIDED
POWER: Navopache Electric Cooperative. Their phone number is 800-543-6324. Their website is navopache.org.
PHONE: In the area, but not sure how close to property.
WATER: by well or delivery.
SEWER: N/A (septic system could be on property, but not known, or alternative system)
PROPERTY TAX: Approximately $388/year. All property taxes are current.
ASSOCIATION DUES: None
COUNTY RECORDING FEE: $12.00 - paid by purchaser. I can assist in the process if requested.
TIME LIMIT TO BUILD: None
TYPE OF TERRAIN: Flat to rolling with beautiful views, pine and juniper trees
PROPERTY PLAT MAP: Yes, see above.
TOPOGRAPHICAL MAPS: Yes, see above.
PROPERTY PHOTOS: Yes, see above.
Terms: CASH via PayPal, Certified Checks or Money Orders, and Personal Checks accepted!
CONVEYANCE DOCUMENT: Special Warranty deed
YOU ARE BIDDING ON THE FULL PRICE OF THIS PROPERTY (NOT PAYMENTS). The total and complete cost of this property is the very low $95.00 doc/prep fee plus the winning bid amount. Payment must be made within 7 days of the auction close date.
What's Happening in Apache County, Arizona?
Arizona is the second fastest growing state in the US. According to the 2000 census, Arizona's population increased by 40% in just 10 years! More and more people are moving to northern Arizona to escape the valley heat, own a retirement home, and enjoy the natural beauty. Here is an excerpt from a recent article in the Arizona Republic. “Down in the Valley, the Valley so low; hang your head over and hear people go - to Pinal County, or up to more-temperate areas of the state. More Valley residents than ever are waltzing off to that tune to live in Arizona counties with amenities ranging from affordable housing to peaceful retirement, and cooler climes to wide-open spaces.
Ranging from high desert to mountainous terrain, Apache County boasts a diverse geography with some of the most spectacular views in the state. Low cost of living, low crime rates, and communities where residents care about each other are the defining aspects of each of the local communities. From the southwestern ranch style of St. Johns, to the forested mountain communities of Eagar and Springerville, you'll find an exceptional quality of life. Activities include: Horseback riding, snow skiing/snowboarding, museums, cultural events, fishing, hunting, golfing, and boating.
60 acres. Elev., 6,300 ft. Ten miles west of St. Johns off Arizona 61. Use your favorite bait or lure for the rainbow, cutthroat, and brook trout here. A store and restaurant are part of the concession. Picnic area and restrooms on premises. No tent camping at the site, but RV'ers may stay at the trailer park nearby. More facilities in St. Johns.
Each year, millions of visitors, flock to this internationally famous destination. Here, visitors can drive into the park in private vehicles and camp in the park. A Visitor's Center provides food and areas for demonstration of native arts and crafts, many of which are for sale.
Big Lake Recreation Area/Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests
An integral part of Apache County is the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests, Home to one of the largest Ponderosa Pine stands in the world. The 2-million acre forest is home to more than 410 species of wildlife. Each year, the 35 lakes, 680 miles of streams, 36 campgrounds, and over 950 miles of trails are visited over 5 million times. The Big Lake Recreation Area is home to one of the largest newly developed recreation facilities, featuring improved campgrounds, hookups, and shower facilities. During the winter months, the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest is also home to one of the largest winter recreation areas in the southwest, where cross-country skiing trails, snowmobile rentals, and sledding areas are open to the public.
Sunrise Ski Resort
65 runs over three mountains, separate snowboarding area, cross country ski trails, and a special children's area make this resort one of the most popular in the southwest. Owned and operated by the White Mountain Apache Tribe, the high speed quad chairlifts, with a capacity in excess of 16,000 skiers per hour, are also open during the spring months for scenic viewing.
Petrified Forest National Park
Less than an hours' drive north of St. Johns is the internationally famous Petrified Forest National Park. The largest park where visitors can walk among giant fallen petrified wood.
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On Apr-06-12 at 16:19:00 PDT, seller added the following information: