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On your personal piece of Arizona you’ll do what you want—when you want. Camp. Pitch a tent. Or build your dream home! It’s YOUR land. Your imagination is the limit!!
Although technically not in Petrified Forest National Park, you might as well be. Just take a look at the map here. Your area is almost completely surrounded on all sides by the national park. What property in this region offers is blessed privacy in a setting that’s envied the world-over for its natural beauty. You’re in the midst of Petrified Forest National Park which has petrified wood and 13,000 years of human history—plus activities like hiking, camping, and horseback riding. It’s one of the largest and most vibrantly colored loci of petrified wood, historic structures, and archaeological sites.
You are also VERY near to The Painted Desert. Here, in the towering, vividly-colored rock formations, 200-million-year-old fossils tell the tale of the prehistoric earth and its inhabitants.
These are just two of Arizona’s, numerous national monuments and pristine Tribal, State, and National Parks. And your new land is your “jumping-off-point/home base for taking in all that Arizona (and nearby New Mexico) has to offer.
About a mile and a half south of your property is the tiny ghost town of Adamana which was a railroad station from which tourists started on their trips to The Petrified Forest and The Painted Desert. The hotel has burned, the post office closed and it’s been pretty much deserted since the 60’s.
Even with all this seclusion and natural history, you’re within easy driving distance of multiple centers of commerce where you’ll find lots of restaurants, hotels, bars, cafes, churches, libraries, doctors, grocery stores, an airport, Amtrak, coffee shops, bakeries, schools, post offices, banks, Walmart, Home Depot (the list goes on). Anything you could need or want will be easily reached in these communities of Woodruff, Sun Valley, Holbrook, Adamana, Sanders, Chambers, and Winslow Arizona which are all within a 20-minute to 1-hour drive on historic Route 66 or Interstate 40.
And, if you ever find yourself in need of big city amenities and excitement, it’s 5 hours to Tucson; 4 hours to Glendale; 3 and a half hours to Phoenix, Mesa, and Scottsdale; 3 hours and 20 minutes to Albuquerque; and just 1 hour and 50 minutes to Flagstaff.
I MAKE BUYING LAND SIMPLE. It’s SO easy to finance. There will be NO credit check, income verification or qualification required. Financing will be via an Owner Financed Land Contract. Each month, you’ll make one $49 payment to me. I take care of the rest. There’s NO INTEREST. There’s NO PAYMENT PROCESSING FEES. And I take care of paying the property taxes until the property is paid for in full and is the deed is conveyed to you.
OR, you may wanna may pay cash up front for a discounted price of $1,399.
Either way, the deed you will receive is a WARRANTY DEED—the best, most secure type of property deed) which guarantees that your title is free and clear of any encumbrances or clouds.
Ready to buy today but can’t get out to see your new property right away? No problem! Go ahead and secure your investment now. Then, get out to your new property when you’re able to. My customers always have 3 months to change their minds FOR ANY REASON. If you’re not COMPLETELY satisfied with this beautiful Arizona land, I will refund all payments within the first 90 days, minus the original document fee (the document fee is non-refundable). I can make this guarantee because the land I sell is top notch, and my customers are always happy with the land and with the way I do business.
Legal Description of parcel: Subdivision: PETRIFIED FOREST ESTATES UNIT 3 Lot: 393 Section: 31 Township: 19N Range: 24E
Assessor’s Parcel Number (APN): 211-34-393
No H.O.A. fee.
Access: Platted, legal access.
Document Fee: $99
Down payment for financing: $99
Monthly Payment: Just $49 for 29 months.
No penalty for early pay-off (Pay off your balance at any time with no consequence!)
GPS coordinate (center of property): 35.0006, -109.8294
Google Maps (paste this link to see location in Google Maps): https://www.google.com/maps/place/35°00'02.2%22N+109°49'45.8%22Wfirstname.lastname@example.org,-109.8304979,15.05z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x0:0x0!8m2!3d35.0006!4d-109.8294
I am NOT a realtor. This is my property.
GPS coordinates are provided for the purpose of locating your property. A proper survey is highly recommended before building any structures on your land. For this, you would contact a licensed surveyor in Apache County. And, please—absolutely no building on or improving the property until all payments are completed and the property deed is recorded in your name. Thank you.
Here are more examples of the natural wonders you will see in your area:
Monument Valley is on the Arizona–Utah border near the famous "Four Corners" which is in your county (Apache County). This landscape is the epitome of the American West.
Ever been spelunking? Kartchner Caverns State Park has a massive limestone cave—only discovered in 1974—that boasts the world’s longest stalactite formation and has 13,000 feet of passages and two rooms as long as football fields. It’s just a short hop from Tucson, Arizona in nearby Benson .
Ever heard of a little place called THE GRAND CANYON??
Arizona is hailed for sunshine and blue sky, but it’s equally exciting when the stars come out! Arizona is the astrotourism capital of the United States and has brought in amateur stargazers as well as professional astronomers from all over the world since the early1900s.
Fun fact: Arizona is home to more certified Dark Sky Places than any other state. No other country in the world rivals the state's 14 dark-sky communities and parks. The reason for this is the good, stable weather, sound stewardship and mountainous geography that gets observers above the thicker portion of the atmosphere. On a clear night, you can see Mercury, Mars, Jupiter and the Andromeda galaxy. The sky is awash in stars, double stars and star clusters.
The list of natural wonders in Arizona state is unbelievable. Or, explore Hoover Dam, one of the Seven Wonders of the Industrial World. It crosses the Black Canyon along the Colorado River between Arizona and Nevada.
If you truly want to appreciate what it means to own land in The Great State Of Arizona, you may want to visit Arizona’s tourism website at www.VisitArizona.com since the benefits and attractions of Arizona are too numerous to describe here.
Apache County’s website is at www.Co.Apache.AZ.us