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Posted 05/15/2024 by Bear Fruit Properties

13450 W GOLDWATER RD, TUCSON, AZ Land for Sale

Desert Retreat Awaits: 1 Acre Near Tucson!

$6,995.00 Rural Owner Financed Land
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Desert Retreat Awaits: 1 Acre Near Tucson!

Embark on a journey to your desert retreat with this 1-acre property in Pima County, positioned near Tucson and Phoenix. Offering tranquility close to a county-maintained dirt road with easy car access, it’s an invitation to escape the hustle and bustle. Only 31 miles from Tucson and 2 hours and 20 minutes from downtown Phoenix, it’s a haven for those seeking both serenity and city proximity. Discover the nearby attractions, including the Three Points Veterans Memorial Park, Coyote Mountains Wilderness Area, and the Titan Missile Museum. Your desert retreat is ready for discovery—make it yours.

  • $̶8̶,̶5̶0̶0̶    $6,995  (Discounted Cash Price)


  • $250 Down, $200 Per Month for 40 Months

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All property is secured by a down payment and a $250 non-refundable document fee.  All Property is first come-first served.  The Down Payment and Document fee is 1-time use.  If it is open, it is still available.  If you like it we strongly suggest you don’t delay.  Our property moves fast.  

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Property Specific Information

Apn: 301622890

Parcel Size: 1.04 Acres


Elevation: 1047.5 m or 3436.5 feet

Terrain Type: Desert / slightly sloped

Power Status: Would have to contact Mohave Electric Coop or UniSource Energy Services

Septic Status: Would need to install to live on the property.

Water Status: Would need to drill a well.

HOA: None

Closest Towns

Oro Valley: Located to the north of Tucson, Oro Valley is known for its beautiful scenery and upscale neighborhoods.

Marana: Situated northwest of Tucson, Marana is a rapidly growing town with a mix of residential and commercial development.

Sahuarita: South of Tucson, Sahuarita is a smaller town known for its family-friendly atmosphere and proximity to outdoor activities.

Green Valley: Located further south of Tucson, Green Valley is a retirement community with a focus on active senior living.

Vail: To the southeast of Tucson, Vail is a growing community known for its scenic beauty and access to outdoor recreation areas.

Nearby Attractions:

Mount Lemmon: Located in the Santa Catalina Mountains just north of Tucson, Mount Lemmon offers scenic drives, hiking trails, camping areas, and even skiing in the winter months. It's a great destination for outdoor enthusiasts seeking cooler temperatures and stunning views.

Sabino Canyon: This scenic canyon is located in the Santa Catalina Mountains northeast of Tucson. Visitors can enjoy hiking, birdwatching, picnicking, and guided tram tours through the canyon's beautiful landscapes.

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum: As mentioned earlier, this museum offers a combination of zoo, botanical garden, and natural history museum experiences. It's a great place to learn about the diverse plants and animals of the Sonoran Desert region.

Pima Air & Space Museum: Located in Tucson, this museum is one of the largest aviation museums in the world. It features over 350 historic aircraft, spacecraft, and exhibits detailing the history of aviation and space exploration.

Biosphere 2: Situated north of Tucson in Oracle, Arizona, Biosphere 2 is a unique research facility and ecological experiment. Visitors can take guided tours to learn about the facility's history, research projects, and the diverse ecosystems contained within its glass domes.

Discover Tucson, Az

Historic Downtown: Explore Tucson's historic downtown district, where colorful adobe buildings house an eclectic mix of boutiques, galleries, restaurants, and cafes. Stroll along Congress Street and Fourth Avenue to discover local shops, vibrant street art, and live music venues.

Mission San Xavier del Bac: Marvel at the architectural splendor of Mission San Xavier del Bac, a historic Spanish Catholic mission located just southwest of Tucson. Known as the "White Dove of the Desert," this beautifully preserved mission showcases intricate artwork, ornate decor, and a rich cultural heritage.

Saguaro National Park: Experience the beauty of the Sonoran Desert at Saguaro National Park, which encompasses the iconic saguaro cactus and diverse Desert Landscapes. Hike along scenic trails, enjoy panoramic views from scenic overlooks, and witness breathtaking sunsets over the desert horizon.

Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum: Immerse yourself in the wonders of the Sonoran Desert at the Arizona-Sonora Desert Museum, a world-renowned attraction that combines a zoo, botanical garden, and natural history museum. Encounter desert wildlife, explore native plant habitats, and learn about the region's ecology and conservation efforts.

Mount Lemmon: Escape the desert heat by taking a scenic drive up Mount Lemmon, the highest peak in the Santa Catalina Mountains. Enjoy cooler temperatures, breathtaking views, and outdoor recreational opportunities such as hiking, picnicking, and wildlife watching.

Tucson Botanical Gardens: Discover an oasis of tranquility at the Tucson Botanical Gardens, where lush gardens, exotic plants, and colorful blooms create a serene escape in the heart of the city. Explore themed gardens, attend educational programs, and admire the beauty of nature.

Cultural Attractions: Dive into Tucson's rich cultural scene by visiting museums like the Tucson Museum of Art, the Museum of Contemporary Art Tucson, and the Pima Air & Space Museum. Attend cultural festivals, art fairs, and performances showcasing the city's diverse heritage and artistic expression.

Nearby Attractions:

Themed Gardens: Explore a variety of themed gardens showcasing diverse plant collections, including a cactus and succulent garden, a butterfly garden, a herb garden, a shade garden, and more.

Butterfly Exhibit: Step into the Butterfly Exhibit, a screened enclosure where you can observe hundreds of native butterflies fluttering among tropical plants. It's a magical experience for visitors of all ages.

Educational Programs: Participate in educational programs, workshops, and guided tours led by knowledgeable staff and volunteers. Learn about desert plants, pollinators, sustainable gardening practices, and other topics related to botany and ecology.

Art Exhibits: Discover rotating art exhibits featuring local artists and artworks inspired by nature. From sculptures to paintings, the gardens provide a picturesque backdrop for artistic expression.

Events and Activities: Attend special events, concerts, and seasonal celebrations held throughout the year. From plant sales to holiday lights displays, there's always something happening at the Tucson Botanical Gardens.

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