160 acres of secluded high desert land- Mohave County AZ- SOLD
SOLD- SOLD- SOLD
Amazing opportunity to own 160 acres of pristine land in North Western Arizona. This land is composed of three adjacent lots. Two 40 acre parcels and one 80 acre parcel.
PRICED AT LESS THAN 50% OFF THE 2013 ASSESSED VALUE OF $114,000!!
Great property to buy and hold for future development or future resale OR Build your home on it, set up a Manufactured home or RV. Gorgeous mountain view property off the beaten path, minutes from a wonderful wash perfect for hiking or horses. Amazing Views from this 160 Acre parcel on the Aquarius Mountain Range just East of Kingman.
Offers you clean, pollution-free air and ideal year-round climate. Mild, sunny, winter temperatures are the norm here. The mountain breezes and the low humidity keep even the hottest summer days pleasantly comfortable.
Owner Will Carry
Desire a different type of day? Visit the growing “Little Las Vegas” on the Colorado River, Laughlin, Nevada. Lake Havasu a short 30 minute drive to the West and Kingman, AZ to the North. At the end of your day, you can relax at your place – in peace and tranquility while viewing a high desert sunset.
LESS THAN 20% OF THE LAND IN ARIZONA IS PRIVATELY OWNED, SO IT CAN BE BOUGHT, SOLD OR DEVELOPED. THE OTHER MORE THAN 80% OF THE LAND IS OWNED BY THE FEDERAL OR STATE GOVERNMENT- SO DON’T MISS OUT ON THIS OPPORTUNITY.
One member of the selling LLC is a licensed real estate agent in the state of Arizona.
A tourist attraction in Lake Havasu City is the London Bridge which crosses a 930 ft (280 m) long man-made canal that leads from Lake Havasu on the Colorado River to Thompson Bay. It was bought for US $2.5 million from the City of London when the bridge was replaced in 1968. The bridge was disassembled, and the marked stones were shipped to Lake Havasu City and reassembled. It opened in October 1971.
The London Bridge is the second most visited tourist attraction in Arizona, behind only the Grand Canyon.
Lake Havasu City is an active destination for a wide range of people. During the spring months, the community is joined by university students during Spring Break. With its reputation as a party community, Lake Havasu has twice been featured during MTV’s Spring Break coverage For boaters, March to September are the prime months on Lake Havasu. The city is also home to the International World Jet Ski Final Races, multiple professional fishing tournaments, custom boat regattas, the Western Winter Blast pyrotechnics convention, Havasu 95 Speedway, the Chilln-n-Swilln Beer Festival annual charity event, the Havasu Triathlon, the Havasu Half Marathon and the Havasu Island Hot Air Balloon Fest & Fair.
During the winter months, the community is joined by retirees from colder regions of the country and Canada. During this period, multiple events are held on McCulloch Boulevard.
What’s Happening in Mohave County AZ?
Mohave County is one of 15 counties in Arizona. It is located in the northwestern
corner of the US state of Arizona. Its western border is with both California
and Nevada. On the north, it is bordered by Nevada and Utah. On the east, its
neighbor is Yavapai County. To the south, it shares a border with La Paz County.
The estimated population in 2004 was 179,981. This was an increase of 16.09%
from the 2000 census. The county seat is Kingman. The largest city is Lake Havasu
Mohave County contains part of Grand Canyon National Park, Lake Mead National
Recreation Area, and all of the Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument. The
Kaibab, Fort Mohave and Hualapai Indian Reservations also lie within the county.
There are 18 official wilderness areas in Mohave County that are part of the National Wilderness Preservation System. Most of these are managed by the Bureau of Land Management.
13,479 square miles with 186 square miles of this number
as water. Mohave is the second largest county in the state with most of the
land being desert. There are 1,000 miles of shoreline helping the area with
water recreational activities. Most of this activity occurs at the Colorado
River and several man-made lakes. In fact, the cities of Lake Havasu City and
Bullhead City owe their large growth to these water-related activities.
The Colorado River forms the county’s western boundary, and California, Nevada,
and Utah all border it.
Kingman is located in a desert climate on the edge of the Mojave Desert, but its higher elevation and location between the Colorado Plateau and the Lower Colorado River Valley tempers summer high temperatures and contributes to winter cold and rare snowfall. Summer daytime highs reach above 90 °F (32 °C) frequently, and summertime lows usually remain between 60 °F (16 °C) and 70 °F (21 °C). Winter highs are generally mild, ranging in the mid to upper 50s to lower 60s,. Kingman occasionally receives a dusting of snow in the winter though it rarely remains on the ground for longer than the mid-to-late morning.
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