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The ranch consists of a mixture of private, state and blm lease lands with nearly three miles of the Little Colorado River running through the ranch. Two miles of the river are on deeded land with 140 acres irrigated farmland lying on both banks of the river. There is an additional 260 acres of sub-irrigated meadow and riparian land within the ranch. The meadow and irrigated farm are planted in improved permanent pasture and utilized for livestock grazing during the summer months. The Little Colorado River is a live, year-round running stream which provides bountiful livestock water. Decreed surface water rights are utilized to irrigate pastures and supplemented with two irrigation wells in dry periods. The farm is watered primarily with gravity flow ditch and flood irrigation by gated pipe. Cattle have historically been grazed on the farm during the summer months and moved to the native rangeland in the winter. The ranch headquarters includes a historic adobe home overlooking the main farm with several barns and outbuildings. Additional buildings include a managers house, shop, tack barn and hay barn. There is a full set of steel working corrals near the manager’s house. The winter pastures on the ranch are primarily native range on the State grazing lease surrounding the farm. The ranch is fenced and cross-fenced for a simple rotational grazing system.
The ranch also includes significant rock and gravel resources including basalt, limestone and sand/gravel. This resource has the potential to provide significant income to the property.
Granite View Ranch sits in one of northern Arizona’s most exclusive ranch areas northwest of Prescott. Sitting tucked back in a private corner with a 2,400’ National Forest boundary and the beautiful riparian corridor of Mint Wash, Granite View Ranch arguably has one of the most private and scenic locations in the Long Meadow Ranch subdivision. Whether you’d want to keep the ranch’s 253.76 acres intact or split it into smaller parcels, there are multiple building sites with remarkable views of Granite Mountain. This is an opportunity to acquire a sizable property in an exclusive area that would offer many options for a new owner.
La Paz County
Located in La Paz County in western Arizona at Vicksburg, 100 miles west of Phoenix and 40 miles south of Parker, the La Paz County Seat.
42,328 acres (BLM & State); 216 AU.
Pearce, Cochise County, Arizona
219.9 acre parcel with 3 wells – 2 irrigation and 1 domestic well. Beautiful mountain views! 50 acres are under pivot with 3 other fenced native grass pastures. Current owner has developed a sturdy 280 bunkspace pipe pens/feedlot. Property also includes a newer shop building with covered hay storage and an old homesite. Existing home has a portion which was the original adobe homestead, but would require a complete rebuild, the add-on portion is likely beyond being remodeled. Parcel includes an approximate one acre pond with trees and fish.
This property has been used as a horse ranch, cattle ranch, and flood irrigated crops. Peace, quiet, beautiful views! Come and develop into your own dream!
119 Acre Horse Property/Hilltop Home
Pearce, Cochise County, Arizona
119 acre horse property/hilltop home near Pearce, Cochise County, listed. This wonderful property is full of possibility and could lend itself well to being developed into a horse breeding/training facility, a vineyard, Bed and Breakfast, or even just a comfortable family home or retreat. Additional 20 acres available.
The property consists of 104.511 surveyed acres. Approximately 2/3rds of the property is located northeast of I-17 with the balance being located southeast of I-17. The property adjoins State Trust lands on its western, southern, eastern and northeastern property boundary. The Agua Fria River runs through the middle of the property. Elevation is approximately 3,700’ with level to gently rolling topography.
Reduced to $365,455 from $400,000
19.83 acres – the Hackberry Patented Mining Claim is completely surrounded by Prescott National Forest only a few miles off of Highway 69 near the Prescott Quad-City area. The property was surveyed in 1893 and though inactive since the 1950s it was a significant part of the early Twentieth Century mining history in central Arizona.
Topock Village – 169 Acres near Colorado River
Mohave County, Arizona
Topock Village is a great development opportunity with 169.32 acres located near the Colorado River and the Havasu National Wildlife Refuge just three miles north of I-40 on the Oatman-Topock Highway. The property is adjacent to the Topock and Golden Shores communities, Lake Havasu City is 35 miles south, Bullhead City, AZ and Laughlin, NV are about 30-35 miles north and Needles, CA is about 15 miles west.
The property has a preliminary plat approval for 205 lots on approximately half of the property known as Topock Village. ADWR has issued a 100 year supply of Colorado River Water for the 205 lots totaling 85.11 acre feet annually provided by the Golden Shores Water Company. ADEQ has issued an Aquifer Protection Permit for a 0.154 million gallon per day wastewater treatment plant. Some site grading has previously been completed and natural gas and electrical utilities are available to the property. There is approximately one mile of paved frontage on Oatman-Topock Highway and other access is from Tule Drive and Golden Shores Parkway.