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10ac.- 30ac.- Well/Pwr/Rd. Frontage - Financing Av
Horse Property Subdivision Acreage - Power/Water/Paved Road - Property is 3 - 10ac. lots at the corner of Kansas Settlement Rd and Doe Ranch Rd., 1mi. north of Rt. 191, 5mi. east of Pearce/SunSites and 25mi. south of Willcox in the historic Sulphur Springs Valley. The best kept secrect in the Arizona. All 30ac. for $4100.00 per ac. with financing available. Call for terms. 10ac. lots are $4600.00 per acre cash. Power/Phone/Water at lot line/Shared well with recorded agreement/One lot is fenced/CC&R's apply/Soil evaluation done for septic/Streets between lots in place/Paved road frontage/ Horses Welcome. Own a piece of history, where Cochise and Geronimo called home and the Clantons and Earps rode. Owner/Agent Financing may be available call Steve - 540-280-0100 Invest in Your Future - Buy Land - It's on Sale Today
Ad Type:For Sale
Status:Available
Property Type:Land
Category:Residential
Lot Size:10.00 Acres
County:Cochise
Country:United States of America
Price:$ 46,000
Location:Pearce, AZ 85625
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