Lot 49 N Old Javelina Trail (unit 49), Saint David, AZ

$60,000

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37.04

Acres

About Lot 49 N Old Javelina Trail (unit 49)

37 Scenic acres near Tucson, AZ in the Dragoon Mountain Ranch subdivision in St David AZ. The ranch consists of approximately 14,000 acres and adjoins 52,000 acres of the Coronado National Forest wilderness area. The ranch is also adjacent to thousands of acres of State Trust lands. Both the National Forest and State Trust lands provide a wildlife sanctuary. Originally the Horse Ranch was established in the 1800's. Cochise Stronghold is in the Dragoon Mountains and is where the famous Apache chief Cochise is buried. The adjacent Dragoons as well as the Rincons range to an elevation of over 7000 feet. Nearby towns and cities are Benson, Bisbee, Tombstone, Willcox and Sierra Vista all in Cochise County. Tucson is about an hour drive from the ranch and has a population of over a ½ million The elevation of the lots in the ranch average 4700 feet. Dragoon Mountain Ranch is a gated community and has HOA's to protect property owners. Lots in the ranch are all approximately 36 acres. This lot has 37 acres and Owners have private ranch access to the nearby Coronado National Forest & conservation greenbelts.

Features of Lot 49 N Old Javelina Trail (unit 49)

MLS® # 6252995
Price $60,000
Bathrooms 0.00
Acres 37.04
Type Land
Status Active

Community Information

Address Lot 49 N Old Javelina Trail (unit 49)
Subdivision DRAGOON MOUNTAIN RANCH UNIT 1
City Saint David
County Cochise
State AZ
Zip Code 85630

Amenities

Is Waterfront No
Has Pool No

Interior

Fireplace No

Exterior

Lot Description Mountain View(s), Gated Community

School Information

Elementary Stanfield Elementary School
Middle St David High School
High St David High School

Additional Information

Zoning Cochise RU-4
Foreclosure No
Short Sale No
RE / Bank Owned No

Listing Details

OfficeUnited Country RE AZ Life Home

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