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11.4 acres lot in Cochise County, Arizona (Douglas/McNeal) - Cash or financing

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Seller: grindisgood (1,129) 100%, Location: Clemmons, North Carolina, Ships to: Free Local Pickup, Item: 371832711144 INVEST IN THE WEST! We are constantly adding to our inventory of quality, cheap vacant land in the Western U.S. We take pride in offering you properties priced well under the competition. We offer prompt, professional and friendly customer service, easy and flexible payment terms, and we never charge you any processing fees or interest. It's time to invest in the west! You're bidding on the down payment for 11.4 acres of land in Cochise County, Arizona, just 13 miles from downtown Douglas. Property has easy access off Highway 80 and is just 3 miles away from Leslie Canyon Wildlife Refuge. Power lines run next to the property. This property is priced to sell quickly and is a great investment opportunity. This auction is for the down payment ONLY! Please read the full description and terms below and be sure that you fully understand before bidding. If you have any questions at all, please don't hesitate to contact me. Payment options: FINANCING: $5,950 Property can be financed on a contract for deed for just $125 down (the auction starting price) and 36 monthly payments of $162 ($5,950 total). If you need more time to pay, I'm willing to do a 48 month payment plan ($121/month). Payment terms are flexible. If you have a different scenario in mind that suits your needs, please contact me and we'll see if we can work it out. NO INTEREST! NO PROCESSING FEES! NO PENALTY FOR PAYING OFF THE BALANCE EARLY AT ANY TIME! Upon receiving the full amount for the property, the deed will be transferred to you at NO COST! CASH SALE: $5,400Purchase the property in full for the discounted cash price of $5,400. Winning bidder should pay the deposit within 24 hours. I will invoice you to make a secure payment by credit or debit card. County assessed value in 2016 = $10,260 Property information: This large 11.4 acre property with beautiful views can be reached easily off of highway 80 (less than 1 mile away). Downtown Douglas is just 13 miles away. The towns of Elfrida, Sunizona, and Sunsites are also nearby. It is just minutes away from Leslie Canyon National Wildlife Refuge and the Swisshelm mountain range. Neighbors have power lines at their property. According to Cochise County planning and zoning, this property can be subdivided easily, so it's your choice if you want to keep all 11.4 acres for yourself or divide it into smaller lots to sell. Lots in the area only need to be 3/4 acre to build on, so this property has endless potential. Again, this is a fantastic investment opportunity! County: Cochise GPS Coordinates: 31.471857, -109.458466 APN: 405-77-020D Taxes: Approximately $230 per year and paid current Conveyance document: Special Warranty Deed POWER: Power lines next to property. You'd need to confirm with local power company if they can extend to this property. Otherwise, solar or alternate system. PHONE: Satellite or Mobile WATER: water haul is most common in the area SEWER: alternate system Please conduct your due diligence to ensure that this property suits your needs. The information here is meant to serve as a general guideline to the best of our knowledge, but you should always research a property on your own. Winning bidder acknowledges that the property is being sold "AS IS" at online auction. Taxes on the property are paid current. There are no liens. Photos: 1) Swisshelm Mountains 2) Leslie Canyon National Park 3) Street view from Highway 80 looking towards the property (less than 1 mile from this vantage point)4-8) 3D Earth views showing the marked property and topography9-11) Misc. other maps showing the marked property. Nearby attractions: Leslie Canyon National Wildlife Refuge About 16 miles north of Douglas, Arizona, you'll find the 2,770 acres of Leslie Canyon National Wildlife Refuge. Most of the property is a canyon area with Leslie Creek running down the middle (think lush riparian area lined with velvet ash, cottonwoods and willows). What earned the National Wildlife Refuge designation is the presence of several endangered species of fish and plants: the Yaqui longfin dace, the Yaqui chub, the Yaqui topminnow and the rare Huachuca water umbel. This is relatively rough mountain terrain, mostly covered with a mix of desert grasses and Chihuahuan desert shrubs. The San Bernardino Valley used to be a luxuriant grassland with many springs, creeks and wetlands but "modern" farming and livestock-raising practices lowered the water table and many areas went dry. That allowed imported and invasive plant species to move in and take over, which further reduced the ability of local native species to survive. Fish & Wildlife is now working to reverse that process by restoring the wetlands, the ponds, the streams and the springs to what they were before the Europeans arrived in the New World. Leslie Canyon National Wildlife Refuge doesn't get the high visitor counts that bigger NWR's often see, so it's a nice place to get away from it all and enjoy some solitude. Birders like the place because of the more than 270 species of birds who frequent the area in different seasons. Wildlife photographers like it because there's no people in the way. But this is a good place to see a Lucy's warbler, summer tanager, yellow-breasted chat, varied bunting, black-capped gnatcatcher, Bell's vireo or a violet-crowned or broad-billed hummingbird. There are also white-tailed deer, coatimundi and Cockrum's shrew on the property. There are also a number of lizards and other reptiles but you'll want to watch out for the rattlesnakes mixed in. There's 1.5 miles of moderate-to-difficult hiking trail available, all to the north of Leslie Canyon Road. All areas south of Leslie Canyon Road are closed to the public (that's probably where the endangered fish hang out). There's no hunting, fishing or camping allowed on the property. Swisshelm Mountains:The Swisshelm Mountains are a small mountain range adjacent to the southwest corner of the Chiricahua Mountains of eastern Cochise County, Arizona. They are separated from the Pedrogosa Mountains to the southeast, the Chiricahua's to the northeast, and by Leslie Creek, bordering the south and east; the area is now notable for the Leslie Canyon National Wildlife Refuge.The mountain range is named for John Swisshelm, a miner, a local settler of the late 1900s Seller State of Residence: North Carolina, Type: Homesite, Lot, Zoning: Residential, Acreage: 11.4, State/Province: Arizona, City: Douglas

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