Arizona Rancheros in Arizona

Arizona Rancheros

 

"Spectacular Natural Views In Beautiful Northern Arizona"

Bordered By Over 10,000 Acres Of State Owned And Bureau of Land Management Land

Very Private Location


These are huge 1.25 acre parcels that are located in Arizona Ranchero Units 95, 96, 97, 99, 100, 102, 103, and 104.  We are selling them in groups of six and above, so each group that we are selling is at least 7.5 total acres.  Some of these groups have all the parcels in a continuous block, in some groups not all of the parcels are connected.  These properties are located six miles east of Holbrook in Sun Valley, Arizona.  Sun Valley is made up of the many units of the Arizona Ranchero subdivision.  These parcels are on the north side of I-40 and this is some of the highest ground in the entire area, excluding the mountains. 

DRIVING DIRECTIONS: Exit off of Interstate 40 at the Sun Valley Exit, which is Exit 294. Drive north on Sun Valley Road for 1/2 mile. Turn right and drive east on Pima Road for 3 miles. Turn left on Sheri Road and drive north for 4.35 miles to the Intersection with Cash Lane. Turn left and drive straight west, from there exact directions will vary for each property.

These parcels are north of Liberty Road and are in a beautiful undeveloped area.  From here you can look to the south with views that must be 100 miles or more.  To the north you can see clear up into the Navajo Nation with its gorgeous rows of colorful mountain ranges. The area has scattered sagebrush, native grasses and massive green meadows that go forever with spectacular rock formations jutting up from the green floor.  It looks like a stagecoach should be going by any time.  When you look to the east you are looking straight into the Painted Desert and the Petrified Forest National Park with all of its glorious rock formations pointing skyward.

This subdivision is bordered by over 10,000 acres of state owned and "BLM" (Bureau of Land Management) land.  This is public land and will greatly add to your recreational opportunities and enjoyment.

Sheri Road is two lanes wide and is in generally good condition with only a couple of rough spots.  Once you get to the top there are a few rougher dirt roads leading in through these units.  The drive to the top is a gentle slope and has incredible views to the east.  Just to the side of the road is the beginning of the world famous Painted Desert.  We walked right over to it and for 30 minutes just stared in amazement.

Navajo County had owned a large number of these parcels for many years and has recently turned them over for private ownership and development.  this makes for very clean deeds and there are no liens or back taxes owed.  These parcels are in the final phase of the "Arizona Rancheros", which is the subdivision that is the Sun Valley community.  In the original parts of the subdivision there is a post office, a fire and medic rescue station, a school, several churches, RV sales and RV park, a livestock auction house, several businesses and about 100 to 150 homes.  This newer section sits in the northernmost portion and has the best views!

Every parcel fronts on a legally platted road.  Some of the existing roads are usable, however most of these roads are not yet graded in.  At this early stage you might not be able to drive the family sedan to the property yet.  With a 4-wheel drive or SUV, you can go everywhere. There are no homes in this area yet as most of the properties are just now being sold for the first time in many years. You would be comfortably close to things and to town but not in a fully developed subdivision. The present water, telephone, and power lines are close to the interstate. We were told that the power company will run power for the first 1/4 mile for free.  For 2 new customers this is 1/2 mile, for 4 new customers 1 full mile, etc.  The local Sun Valley water company was recently taken over by the City Of Holbrook's water company.  they are larger and better equipped and can provide better service. They recently ran a 4" main water line from Holbrook to the Hopi Travel Plaza, which is just a little over a mile west of the subdivision exit. This 4 inch water line adds to the future potential water supply for this subdivision.  The Hopi Travel Plaza has a Burger King, another restaurant, a western wear shop, gift shop, Native American art store, a general store, auto and truck service, etc., and is owned by the Hopi Indians.

You will be about an hour north of St. Johns and Showlow, which is the center of the White MountainsSnowflake is only about 30 minutes away.  The entrances to the Painted Desert and the Petrified Forest National Park are only minutes away!

In less than an hour's drive you can visit the Apache, Hopi, Zuni, and Navajo reservations.  Also in less than an hour you can visit archeological sites, Zion Reservoir, the fabulous White Mountains and the Apache Sitgreaves National Park.  The park offers forests, rivers, lakes, and streams, and is popular for hunting, fishing, hiking, camping, and many other outdoor activities.  Cholla Lake is only 10 minutes from Holbrook and offers water skiing, camping, swimming, boating, pickicking, and fishing.  Homolovi State Park near Winslow will give you fascinating archaeological insights into local history.  Just south of St. Johns is the Lyman Lake State Park with its 1,500 acre reservoir.  There are no boat size restrictions and it is a great place for fishing and all types of water sports.  St. Johns has one of the finest equestrian centers in the state and can entertain the real horse lover.  The Fool Hollow Lake Recreation Area near Show Low is a beautiful place for camping, fishing, picnicking, and boating.  You will only be a few hours' drive from the Grand Canyon, Lake Powell, Canyon De Chelly, Rainbow Bridge, Glen Canyon, and many more exciting places.

Holbrook offers all of the high quality facilities you could ask for.  There are 3 community parks, a public library, museum, recreation center, swimming pool, 8 tennis courts, 8 racquetball courts, 6 softball fields, community centers, a golf course, bowling alley, shooting range, and the county fairgrounds.  There is also an array of medical care facilities, schools, grocery stores, banks, restaurants, etc., as you would expect in a county seat.  It is the economic hub for northeastern Arizona.  Holbrook also has an airport with a 6,700 foot lighted runway.

Nostalgic Route 66 runs right through Holbrook.  The city and the local businesses have done a great job preserving this memorable road and its surroundings.  There are gift shops, petrified wood shops, restaurants, and the famous Wigwam Motel for you to visit.  One of the largest rock and gem shops in the country is Jim Gray's Petrified Wood Shop.  There is even the Dinosaur Park here.

Holbrook sits atop the largest water aquifer in the state of Arizona and most of the southwest. This aquifer can supply excellent water in almost any quantity. As a result water is very inexpensive and is plentiful. The region has excellent air quality with very low humidity and averages 320 days per year of sunshine. Solar power is an excellent low cost choice in this area.  5,400' elevation makes for excellent weather temperatures the year round.  As the Navajo County Approved Comprehensive Plan (PDF link) points out, only 18% of county land falls under individual and corporate ownership.  The rest is owned by Native American Reservations, the U.S. Forest Service, the Bureau Of Land Management, and the state of Arizona.

Each of these large properties would make an excellent building site and offers beautiful 360 degree views of the surrounding mountains, mesas, and flatlands. You would have a convenient location off of the Sun Valley Exit of Interstate 40, and yet enjoy the pleasures of rural living including stunning natural views. You will be just a short distance from Holbrook and from the Little Colorado River.

This would be an excellent spot for that get-away home, retirement spot, or just a savvy investment.

The subdivision corners and boundaries were surveyed and staked.  However, the individual lots were not.  You may eventually want to have your property surveyed.  There are no restrictions on the property.  It is zoned AG-1 so built homes, mobiles, and modulars are all allowed.  Camping and RV's are allowed on an occasional basis, which would be great when visiting the area.  There are no time limits on when to build.  There is no requirement that you must ever build.  There are no association dues.  There are no liens or back taxes owed on the property.  Power is in the area near the highway exit, but not to these parcels yet.  Power is also along Route 77 which is about 2 miles west of the subdivision.  For now water would be by storage or by well if you decide to have one drilled.  Sewage would be by septic when you build.  Cell phones work nearly everywhere out here.  Taxes are only about $30 per year.

This is your chance to save big as there are local sellers marketing similar properties for much more.

We also have more properties available in the area.

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Available Properties

Property Acres Water Electric Sewage Phone Price
Unit 83 Lot 14 2.5 +/- Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell $5.975.00 Details »
Unit 95, Lot 38 1.25 +/- Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell $1,975.00 Details »
Unit 96, Lot 57 2.5 Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell $3,975.00 Details »
Unit 96, Lots 89 & 90 2.5 Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell $3,975.00 Details »
Unit 97, Lots 58, 59, 60, 61, 80, 81, 82 & 83 10.00 Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell $14,975.00 Details »
Unit 99, North Half of Lot 2 0.63 Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell $1,275.00 Sold!
Unit 100, Lots 12, 13, 16, 17, 72 & 79 7.50 Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell $11,975.00 Sold!
Unit 103, Lot 82 1.25 Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell $1,975.00 Details »
Unit 103, Lot 102 1.25 +/- Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell Adjoining Property Available $1,975.00 Details »
Unit 104, Lots 68, 69, 92, 93, 94 & 95 7.5 Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell $11,975.00 Sold!
Unit 107, Lots 32, 33, 34, 35, 50 & 51 7.50 Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell $11,975.00 Details »
Unit 110, Lot 27 1.25 +/- Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell $1,975.00 Details »
Unit 116 Lot 98 2.5 +/- Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell $5.975.00 Details »

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Available Properties

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Property Acres Water Electric Sewage Phone Price
Unit 83 Lot 14 2.5 +/- Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell $5.975.00 Details »
Unit 95, Lot 38 1.25 +/- Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell $1,975.00 Details »
Unit 96, Lot 57 2.5 Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell $3,975.00 Details »
Unit 96, Lots 89 & 90 2.5 Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell $3,975.00 Details »
Unit 97, Lots 58, 59, 60, 61, 80, 81, 82 & 83 10.00 Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell $14,975.00 Details »
Unit 99, North Half of Lot 2 0.63 Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell $1,275.00 Sold!
Unit 100, Lots 12, 13, 16, 17, 72 & 79 7.50 Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell $11,975.00 Sold!
Unit 103, Lot 82 1.25 Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell $1,975.00 Details »
Unit 103, Lot 102 1.25 +/- Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell Adjoining Property Available $1,975.00 Details »
Unit 104, Lots 68, 69, 92, 93, 94 & 95 7.5 Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell $11,975.00 Sold!
Unit 107, Lots 32, 33, 34, 35, 50 & 51 7.50 Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell $11,975.00 Details »
Unit 110, Lot 27 1.25 +/- Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell $1,975.00 Details »
Unit 116 Lot 98 2.5 +/- Storage or Well Solar Septic Cell $5.975.00 Details »

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