2 nicely treed lots combined for a 160 x 640 ft property totaling 2.36 acres. Amazing views of the Black Mesa, clear skies and no traffic. Sounds nice, huh? Only 16 miles to Snowflake, 18 miles to Concho and 33 miles to Show Low.
Enjoy all of the outdoor activities….there’s plenty of places for off-roading adventures. Explore nearby Indian ruins or visit the petrified forest national park. There’s plenty of recreational opportunities in the nearby White Mountains. Hunting, Fishing, kayaking, hiking, skiing, biking ..….it’s truly an outdoor playground.
Easy access about 2.2 miles off pavement with good roads. Power is available. Water by well or haul. Septic required.
Hurry and grab this one…won’t last long with summer on the way.
Navajo County planning and zoning: http://www.navajocountyaz.gov/Departments/Planning-and-Zoning
About the area:
Snowflake and Taylor (16 miles from property)
The combined population of Snowflake and Taylor is about 9800 residents and the towns have plenty of grocery stores, shopping, gas and other necessities. Further to the South is Show Low (see below)
Show Low/Lakeside/Pinetop area (35 miles from property)
Show Low is The Gateway to Arizona’s White Mountains and the quality of life here is unequaled anywhere. The area is famous for its world class hunting and fishing opportunities.
Show Low also offers a wealth of dining and shopping opportunities from the national chains to more regional fare. Hospitals, Wal-Mart, Home Depot, Lowes, Northland Pioneer College are all here along with a multitude of grocery stores, restaurants and hotels. It is truly a city that blends the charm of a small town with all the comforts of a larger city.
Wildlife & Outdoor Recreation
Wildlife common to the area includes deer, elk, bear, antelope, mountain lion, and turkey. There are over 2 million acres of National Forest land adjacent to Show Low and over 40 lakes and streams in the immediate area. Camping and hiking are popular activities.
Trails & Mountains
The Show Low and White Mountains Trail Systems are the pride of the community and provide over 120 miles of trails for hiking and biking. ATV riding is quickly becoming a very popular activity in the surrounding forests. The White Mountain Open Trails Association and the Apache County Roughriders Club maintain many miles of trails for ATV’s in the White Mountains.
Skiing buffs can take advantage of Arizona’s premier skiing destination Sunrise Park Resort. The resort is located a short 36 miles from Show Low and offers 65 runs and 10 chair lifts. The resort also offers separate snowboarding and cross country ski areas.