Under Contract

Beautiful Treed Lot in Ash Fork

Your own gateway to the Kaibab National Forest!

This property is under contract and is in the process of closing. If you’d like to take backup offer position on this property, in the event that the buyer can not close. Please contact us here and let us know.

Cash Price (20% Discount)

$9,100 $11,375
$199 Doc Fee (+$11,375) Buy Now

Financed Option

$265/mo for 36 months
$199 Doc Fee (+$2,500 down) Buy Now

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Buying Process

When purchasing land from us, you have several choices; pay in full for immediate title transfer and ownership, or pay over time (seller financing) receiving title after all payments are made [more….]   

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Description

Whether you are getting out of the heat of summer or planning that Arizona vacation this could be your home away from home nestled in with beautiful Kaibab National Forest.  You could almost get lost on this heavenly property. This charming parcel is the perfect blank slate providing you peace and quiet without being too far from civilization. Boasting elevation above 5700 feet and peppered by juniper trees, you can easily escape the brutal heat of the desert low lands with this amazing lot! This property is the perfect blank slate waiting for your dreams.

This really is a great place to go to where you can enjoy the elements and relax. Where you and your loved ones can do whatever you please on your own acreage. Whether you build your forever dream home or a use it as a family getaway. Isn’t now the time to unwind and spend more quiet moments on this beautiful treed property. Bring your RV or Trailer, go camping, hunting, and so much more. What more could you want or need? Don’t miss this opportunity! It won’t last long.

Climate
This acreage is a short 8 miles north of Ash Fork Arizona. Close to the historic Route 66, the Grand Canyon Caverns, and the wide open spaces of northern Arizona. Approximate 5400′ elevation makes for cooler summers then those experienced in the desert low lands. The best months to visit are between June and September.

Williams, Arizona
Is a small town nestled in the pine country of Arizona, Williams offers countless things to see and do. The train enthusiast can ride the Grand Canyon Railway through Arizona’s high country. Route 66 history buffs can explore more than six blocks of historic buildings and shops bursting with memorabilia. Arizona tourists can discover yet another reason to love the state. World travelers will find a charming resting place at the Gateway to the Grand Canyon.

Outdoor adventurers will have trouble deciding between the numerous outdoor activities, from fishing and hiking to camping and horseback riding. And wildlife devotees will discover a whole new world as they traverse the roads and trails through Bearizona Wildlife Park. Travelers of all walks of life will find welcoming accommodations in the historic motor lodges that line Route 66 as well as the recently refurbished Grand Canyon Railway Hotel. Restaurants offer myriad choices from the home-cooked to the deep-fried and showcase delicious Mexican, Italian and American fare.

Address: 5042 N. AL CIR, WILLIAMS, AZ, 86046

Can I live in my RV or Travel Trailer?

This brochure provides guidance and best practices for living in an RV or travel trailer in Coconino County. https://coconino.az.gov/DocumentCenter/View/21332/RV-as-Residence-Best-Practices-2020

Property Information

Parcel Size

2.5 Acres

State

Arizona

County

Coconino County

Nearest Cities

Ash Fork & Williams

Parcel #

206-08-063

Address

5042 N AL CIR, WILLIAMS, AZ, 86046

Taxes

$35/year (2021)

Floodplain

Not in a Flood Zone

Terrain

Level

Buildable Lot?

Yes

RV?

Yes, allowed

Mobile Home?

No, not allowed

Septic

Can be installed

Travel Trailer

Yes, allowed

Camping

Yes, allowed

Tiny House

Yes, allowed

Buying Process

When purchasing land from us, you have several choices; pay in full for immediate title transfer and ownership, or pay over time (seller financing) receiving title after all payments are made [more….]   

Features

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Acres

2.5

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County

Coconino

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Subdivision

Exists

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Access

Dirt Road

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Water

Would be by well, delivery, or hauling

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Coordinates

35.296948, -112.520598

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Zoning

AR – Agricultural Residential

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Elevation

5413 ft

Driving Directions

This parcel is relatively easy to find and is only 8 miles North of the I-40 in Ash Fork. The shortest route to route to the property traverses Terry Ln near Garden Tank. This part of the road is in very bad condition and we do not recommend using it. The map below will route you around that problem area and to the property via a more navigable route.

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?

Buying Process

When purchasing land from us, you have several choices; pay in full for immediate title transfer and ownership, or pay over time (seller financing) receiving title after all payments are made [more….]   

Nearby Attractions/City

Williams, Arizona

Is small town nestled in the pine country of Arizona, Williams offers countless things to see and do. The train enthusiast can ride the Grand Canyon Railway through Arizona’s high country. Route 66 history buffs can explore more than six blocks of historic buildings and shops bursting with memorabilia. Arizona tourists can discover yet another reason to love the state. World travelers will find a charming resting place at the Gateway to the Grand Canyon.

Outdoor adventurers will have trouble deciding between the numerous outdoor activities, from fishing and hiking to camping and horseback riding. And wildlife devotees will discover a whole new world as they traverse the roads and trails through Bearizona Wildlife Park. Travelers of all walks of life will find welcoming accommodations in the historic motor lodges that line Route 66 as well as the recently refurbished Grand Canyon Railway Hotel. Restaurants offer myriad choices from the home-cooked to the deep-fried and showcase delicious Mexican, Italian and American fare.

Bearizona

Bearizona is a drive through Wildlife Park nestled amongst the pristine Ponderosa Pine forests of Northern Arizona. Bearizona offers visitors to Northern Arizona a new and exciting way to enjoy wildlife the way it was meant to be, in a natural environment. Bearizona Wildlife Park is the only park of its kind in the southwest. Bearizona is located at the gateway to the Grand Canyon in historic Williams, Arizona, just one hour from Grand Canyon’s south rim, three hours southeast of Las Vegas, and two and a half hours northwest of Phoenix. Bearizona is located off of Interstate 40, at exit 165 and is a convenient stop for visitors wanting to experience the Grand Canyon and the beauty of Northern Arizona..

Bearizona invites guests to drive into the Arizona Wilderness and witness herd and pack life from the comfort and safety of their own private vehicle or motor coach. The drive through portion of the park is approximately three-miles long and allows visitors to see larger North American mammals up-close. Enjoy the wide variety of animals ranging from rugged rocky mountain goats, and majestic bison to stealthy Alaskan tundra and Arctic wolves and comical black bears. Guests can also enjoy the parks complimentary Wild Ride Bus Tour, which offers a window-free way to view the animals. Bearizona staff drive and guide during this tour educating passengers on Bearizona facts as well as fun and interesting information about the animals that call Bearizona home.

Ash Fork, Arizona

The town of Ash Fork began when the Atlantic and Pacific Railroad, later known as the Santa Fe Railroad, pushed through in October 1882. However, long before the railroad arrived, the area had been roamed by Native Americans, as evidenced by numerous pottery shards and arrowheads found in the area, as well as pictorial writings on rock. In their search for the elusive Seven Cities of Cibola, the Spanish came near the area in the late 1500s. Though this terrain had been crossed since the early 1800s by fur trappers and traders on their way from Santa Fe to Los Angeles, the trails were in poor condition, and the region was known to be wild, unexplored, and dangerous. From 1857 to 1860, Lieutenant Edward F. Beale, a crew of 100 men, and 22 camels built the first federal highway in the southwest — the Beale Wagon Road. Later highways, including Route 66, would be paved across portions of this historic trail.

Beyond Ash Fork, the longest stretch of unbroken Route 66 highway begins at Crookston Road. This historic pavement is approximately 92 miles long, meandering parallel to the Santa Fe Railroad bed. This old alignment provides numerous peeks of vintage Route 66 and is steeped in Native American, mining, and Old West history.

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.