Secluded Acreage Bordering State Land!

You own place to get away from it all!


This property has been sold

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This secluded 10 acre parcel is a blank canvas ready for your next project, or use as your own private get away until you’re ready to build. The property has a unique mix of juniper trees and geologic features that give the lot that authentic high desert Arizona appeal. This could be an excellent location for that well-deserved get-away home, or rest and relaxation spot, or simply an investment for you and your family.


The annual BestPlaces Comfort Index for Snowflake (one of the nearby towns) is 7.8 (10=best), which means it is more comfortable than most places in Arizona. September, May and October are the most pleasant months in Snowflake, while December and January are the least comfortable months. January has the coldest nighttime temperatures for Snowflake with an average of 21.0°. This is colder than most places in Arizona.

While July is the hottest month for Snowflake with an average high temperature of 90.6°, which ranks it as cooler than most places in Arizona. In Snowflake, there are 3 comfortable months with high temperatures in the range of 70-85°. The most pleasant months of the year for Snowflake are May, September and October.

Property Details

APN: 404-97-120D, Navajo County, Arizona – 10 Acres

GPS Coordinates

Center: 34.44060, -109.99045
NE: 34.625241, -110.060855
NW: 34.625249, -110.063816
SE: 34.623462, -110.060791
SW: 34.623479, -110.063387

Property Information

Parcel Size

10 Acres




Navajo County

Nearest Cities


Parcel #





Not in a Flood Plain


Level to Sloped

RV’s Allowed?

Yes, with some restrictions



Buildable Lot?


Manufactured Homes?

Yes, Allowed

Mobile Home?

Yes, must be certified

Can I live in my RV?

This is a common question for many looking to purchase land throughout the state of Arizona.  The answer is complicated and can be best answered [more…]


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Dirt Road

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Would be well or hauling/delivery

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34.44060, -109.99045

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5,942 ft

Driving Directions

To reach the property from HWY 77, follow the turn by turn directions on the map below. There are several other routes from the North, but they all traverse a couple seasonal washes and four wheel drive is definitely recommended if you plan to drive from that direction.

Did you know that you can click this link and open the map below on your phone or other device and then follow this map directly to the property?

Can I live in my RV?

This is a common question for many looking to purchase land throughout the state of Arizona.  The answer is complicated and can be best answered [more…]

Nearby Attractions/City

Show Low

In 1856, Show Low’s founder, Corydon Cooley, left Virginia at age 20 to come to the New Mexico Territory. After service in the Union Army and as a scout and interpreter for General George Crook, Cooley married into the White Mountain Apache Tribe. Chief Pedro became his father-in-law. The tribal center is located in White River and old Fort Apache approximately 40 miles from present day Show Low.

In 1873, Cooley moved his family to a small cabin on the banks of what is now Show Low Creek and became a ranching partner with Marion Clark. After the legendary card game of 1876, Cooley named his newly-acquired ranch “Show Low”. As you explore the area, you’ll quickly find that the community has a storied tradition rich in Western history.


Brigham Young, the Mormon prophet, and several men left their Utah residences in April of 1877 to establish a site in the Arizona region. William Jordan Flake, one of these men, and A.Z. Palmer, his brother-in-law, traveled to and from neighboring New Mexico, eventually finding themselves near the Silver Creek spring. The two followed the spring and stumbled upon James Stinson’s ranch, of which Flake ended up buying.

Soon after the families established residence, Erastus Snow, a Mormon apostle, suggested the area be named Snowflake after himself and Flake. Thus, the town of Snowflake was officially founded. Today, the community has seen a gradual growth in population and is the site for commerce and economic opportunity in the northeastern part of Arizona.


“What began as a town too tough for women and churches, is now too good to miss”

Holbrook began as a town of railroaders and cattlemen, outlaws and rugged lawmen. Today it is a city steeped in Native American culture, Hispanic roots and pioneers from all walks of life. In this community is the heart of Navajo County, the gateway to the stunning Petrified Forest National Park and the trip that needs to be taken along Historic Route 66. Rich in diversity and welcoming to all, Holbrook is where your adventure begins.

About Us

Plot and Parcels is a privately owned land investment firm with a strong reputation in the real estate investment community for our ability to find great investment opportunities. Honesty and integrity are the cornerstones that we’ve built our business on. We work hard to get the best possible price on vacant rural land, and offer it for sale at a steep discount. There’s no obligation to get in touch with us and see what we’re all about or to view our available land for sale.