For Sale

Spectacular Rio Rico Lot with Amazing Views

Beautiful Views with Power Available!

Cash Price (20% Discount)

$10,500 $13,125 (Financed)
$199 doc fee (+$10.5k) Buy Now

Financed Plan

$277/mo for 36 months
$199 doc fee (+$4k 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

Find respite from the sweltering heat of nearby Tucson and Phoenix, enjoy the iconic nearby Patagonia Lake, or simply take in the majesty of the surrounding landscape from your hilltop enclave. The top of the hillside offers you unbeatable views of the surrounding valley, and it’s only 3.4 miles from I-19 and a short 10 mile trip to Rio Rico for supplies.

This 2.41 acre lot in Southern Arizona has incredible mountain views overlooking the picturesque valley all the way down to the historic Santa Cruz river basin. This property features dirt road access and power poles, making it a perfect place for your hilltop sanctuary.

Climate
Santa Cruz County is the perfect place to escape the Arizona heat, with cooler climates than Phoenix or Tucson. Residents and visitors are attracted to its history and close proximity to Mexico, which bring an eclectic ambiance on top of the already beautiful landscape. The county seat, Nogales, is 20 miles to the south, and has a population of around 20,000 people, and access to amenities such as grocery stores and gas stations, as well as recreational attractions like art galleries and museums. The town of Rio Rico even has a luxury Four Diamond Resort and one of the finest golf courses in the state.

Santa Cruz County

Thousands of years ago, before European explorers ever dreamed of sailing across the Atlantic, this area was part of a migratory path and trade route much later called the El Camino Real (The Kings Highway). Regiments of armor clad conquistadors forayed north along this very valley in a quest for precious metals and gems. Today missions built by the Spanish colonials still dot the valley’s landscape.

Santa Cruz County is located the southernmost central part of Arizona, bordering Mexico and serving as the gateway to North America’s most important port of entry, Nogales, Sonora, Mexico. Santa Cruz County is also one of Arizona’s most diverse and interesting destinations, offering an eclectic blend of history, culture, art, recreation, shopping, cuisine and entertainment in a beautiful and relaxing setting.

Property Address: 1595 Palometa Ct, Rio Rico, AZ 85648

Lot Dimensions:
154.39 feet North
461.37 feet West
303.84 feet South
476.11 feet East

GPS Coordinates (4 corners):
31.5282, -110.9874 NW
31.5284, -110.9870 N
31.5270, -110.9870 SW
31.5273, -110.9861 SE

Property Information

Parcel Size

2.41 Acres

State

Arizona

County

Santa Cruz County

Nearest Cities

Nogales/Tucson

Parcel #

133-02-100

Address

1595 Palometa Ct, Rio Rico, AZ 85648

Taxes

$98/year

Floodplain

Not in a Flood Zone

Terrain

Desert / Hill / Slope

Buildable Lot?

Yes

RV?

Not allowed

Mobile Home?

Not allowed

Septic

Required to build

Power

Yes, available

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

2.41

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County

Santa Cruz

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Subdivision

Exists

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Access

Gravel Road

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Power

Yes, Available

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Water

May be available. TBD

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Coordinates

31.5277, -110.9869

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Zoning

Single Family Residential – R2

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Elevation

3822 ft

Driving Directions

This property is easily accessed via paved roads. Just follow the Google driving directions below.

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

Tucson, Arizona

Step back through the history of Tucson to see how the city today unifies Hispanic, Native American and Anglo cultures. Mission San Xavier del Bac has seen the region transition from New Spain to Mexico to Arizona. Explore the remnants of the 1775 Presidio San Agustín del Tucsón, from where the City of Tucson was established. Wander the colorful adobes in Barrio Viejo, one of Tucson’s first neighborhoods. Every February, the rodeo shows off with horse and cattle events, and the world’s longest non-motorized parade. And in November, the All Souls Procession unites cultural traditions — like Dia de los Muertos — to memorialize and celebrate love and loss. But nowhere combines Tucson’s cultures better than the menus of local restaurants.

Flavors here are centuries in the making. A driving force behind Tucson’s designation as a UNESCO City of Gastronomy was the embracing of native ingredients such as tepary beans, chiltepin and prickly pear, chefs here use them creatively and boldly fuse the region’s cultural influences. The Tucson Meet Yourself festival lets you sample dozens of traditional dishes. If you have to choose one item to try: Sonoran hot dogs are a claim to fame.

Santa Cruz County

Thousands of years ago, before European explorers ever dreamed of sailing across the Atlantic, this area was part of a migratory path and trade route much later called the El Camino Real (The Kings Highway). Regiments of armor clad conquistadors forayed north along this very valley in a quest for precious metals and gems. Today missions built by the Spanish colonials still dot the valley’s landscape.

Santa Cruz County is located the southernmost central part of Arizona, bordering Mexico and serving as the gateway to North America’s most important port of entry, Nogales, Sonora, Mexico. Santa Cruz County is also one of Arizona’s most diverse and interesting destinations, offering an eclectic blend of history, culture, art, recreation, shopping, cuisine and entertainment in a beautiful and relaxing setting.

Tubac Presidio State Historic Park

The Tubac Presidio is a central site in the history of the Native-American, Spanish, American Southwest, and the quintessential Arizona experience in the town “where art and history meet.” Our Park allows you to explore this spectacular history, bringing relevance and the power of history to today’s global society.

Tubac Presidio State Historic Park is the home of many firsts: the first fort in Arizona; the first European settlement in Arizona; the first American mining community in Arizona; the first printing of a newspaper in Arizona. Tubac Presidio proudly boasts being the very first Arizona State Park. In addition to a notable museum, Tubac Presidio is home to three historic buildings, all on the National Register of Historic Places. The Park is filled with informative and provocative displays with ever changing special exhibitions. Stories abound with 2,000 years of history including native peoples, Spanish colonials, Mexicans, and United States pioneers.

About Us

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