Size: 5.21 Acres
Access Gravel/Dirt roads
Zoning: Mobile, Manufactured, camping, RV, site-built
Terrain: Rolling Hills
Bring your horses to the high country west of Seligman. This 5.21-acre lot is a blank canvas, ready for your house, barn, and corrals. At almost 6,000 feet above sea level, you’ll escape the brutal heat of the desert valleys and have some of the most stunning views in Northwest Arizona from your front porch. If you’re not ready to build yet, bring your portable corrals and living quarters trailer because you can use this land as your private campsite for short visits.
Horses are expensive, but cost of living is low when you make this lot your permanent residence. Taxes are less than $60/year. Install solar panels for electricity and never pay an electric bill again. Hauled water and propane can be delivered to your door. Seligman (population 450) is only 16 miles away with basic supplies and services, including a livestock feed store. Flagstaff or Prescott are less than two hours away with expanded options.
Northwest Arizona has endless trails to explore. This property has only a few nearby neighbors, so you can explore the scenic mountain terrain right from you front door. Apache Creek Wilderness between Seligman and Prescott has 5,666 acres of U.S. Forest Service Land with mountain equestrian trails winding through junipers, pinons, and ponderosa pines. Or, venture to the Kaibab National Forest north of Flagstaff near the Grand Canyon. Dead Horse Ranch State Park near Cottonwood also welcomes equestrians.
34535 El Charro Ln, Seligman, AZ 86337