Minimum of $249 as document/set up fee as a down payment. Monthly payment of only $59!
Keep in mind these are just the minimum payments. You can put down more or increase monthly payments to save the cost of interest and shorten the term of your loan. Make sure to check out this blog post on how we charge interest on our sister company’s website.
To Get Started, Click the Pay Now, or Reserve Now Option. Have questions? Email Kristy at [email protected] or you can call or text me at 971-248-6715.
Get off grid and enjoy this 1.07 acre property in Lake Mohave Ranchos. There is so much to do in this area, and the price of this property is just right for an investment or a weekend getaway. Enjoy having some free time in the great outdoors and ride horses, dirt bikes, go camping, and hiking. The possibilities are endless in Mohave County NM. This off grid property allows for Tiny Homes and RV living, so get ready to enjoy the simple life! Its the perfect basecamp for a weekend of fun!
Check out the pictures of a similar property in the area that we recently sold and imagine getting to spend as much Time here as you want! The GIS map shows the outline of the property and the seasonal wash that runs through it.
This area is full of history and charm and once you get a taste of it you won’t want to leave! Visit the Route 66 Museum, check out the areas ghost towns, cool off in a secret fresh water spring called Fish Bowl Spring, and the Laughlin Labryinths that are great for some desert meditation.
Mohave County is FULL of fun outdoor activities….. Visit the Grand Canyon Skywalk, tour the London Bridge, get lost for the day in Bat Cave Mine and kayak down to Black Canyon and take in the gorgeous scenery! Look below for a detailed description of many of the key attractions that are within an easy drive of this property.
Far enough away to get the privacy that you want, but close enough to visit all the time!
Zoning: Ag/Residential: 178 sq ft Minimum to build. Mobile homes ARE allowed
RVs: 14 days max each occupancy, 30 days total for calendar year. If longer is desired, the RV shall be connected to an approved wastewater disposal system, and obtain a special permit.
Address: 16250-16424 Colorado Dr, Dolan Springs, AZ 86441, USA
Google Map Link: https://goo.gl/maps/noDaD3gE6GFQSUXw7
4 Corner GPS Coordinates:
NW GPS: 35.599026° N, 114.321895° W
NE GPS: 35.599024° N, 114.321002° W
SW GPS: 35.598538° N, 114.321892° W (road)
SE GPS: 35.598538° N, 114.321002° W
Dolan Springs, AZ 4.8 mi 14 min
Kingman, AZ 36.5 mi 45 min,
Flagstaff, AZ 182 mi 2hr 50 min,
Phoenix, AZ 230 mi 3hr 46 min
- PRICING: Discount Cash Price: $1,499 plus a one time $249 document fee or alternatively…
Owner Financing Price: $1,899.00, $249 down payment. Monthly payment: $59/mo.
- NO prepayment penalties and NO hidden fees! We are flexible and can make this fit any budget if you can meet our minimum downpayment and monthly payment for this property. Eric and I are family men and enjoy making land ownership available to families like ours who want to make memories for years to come. we can owner finance with a land contract. If paying in cash, we can transfer with a warranty deed and guarantee a clean title
- CONTACT KRISTY TODAY! Tele: (971) 248-6715 [email protected]
16250-16424 Colorado Dr, Dolan Springs, AZ 86441, USA
Section: 33 Township: 26N Range: 19W LAKE MOHAVE RANCHOS UNIT 5-B LOT 133
Power is Available at the Road!
Wells or Cistern
$4/mo pro-rated is included within the monthly payment for owner financed properties
There’s no HOA for this property
Note Servicing Fee
Monthly bookkeeping cost for owner financed properties.
Mohave County is a must visit place when you are on your Arizona journey! This area is FULL out things to do for the whole family. Whether you love the outdoors, awe inspiring natural landmarks, history, or man made wonders, Mohave County has it all!
First, a little history and some general facts…. Mohave county is in the northwestern corner of the state and was one of the four original counties created. This area has a population of over 200,000 people that call it home. The Kiabab, Fort Mojave and Hualapai Indian reservations all lie within the county lines. There are 18 official wilderness areas that are managed by the Bureau of Land Management.
Now for the fun stuff!!! What to do when you visit…. Well get ready, there are tons of things to keep you busy in this beautiful area!
If you Love nature and hiking, there is a fantastic mountain not far from the property that you can enjoy. Hualapai Peak Trail is a 13.0 kilometer moderately trafficked loop trail located near Kingman, Arizona that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and nature trips and is best used from March until November. Dogs are also able to use this trail.
Grand Canyon- Parashant National Monument
Grand Canyon-Parashant National Monument is located on the northern edge of the Grand Canyon in Mohave County. The monument was established by Presidential Proclamation 7265 on January 11, 2000. You will experience some scenic drives and viewpoints all throughout the area. The park roads lead to some truly stunning views of the Grand Canyon from Mt. Logan. Camping here is free and there are no reservations needed. You can wake up, open your tent and enjoy the views with no one else around for miles!
Enter the park and take a lonely and rocky two-track road in a 4×4 to the edge of the Grand Wash Cliffs. Find a stunning solitary vista deep into the Grand Canyon. Relax in the shade of ponderosas at Mt. Trumbull. Touch ancient waters at Pakoon Springs in one of the driest places in the world. Parashant Monument is remote! There are no crowds here, so be equipped to leave pavement, cell service, and the 21st century behind. Sounds fun doesn’t it!
Black Canyon of Colorado River
The Black Canyon of the Colorado is the canyon on the Colorado River where Hoover Dam was built. The canyon is located on the Colorado River at the state line between Nevada and Arizona. The western wall of the gorge is in the El Dorado Mountains, and the eastern wall is in the Black Mountains of Arizona.
Here in Black Canyon the river is moving, flat water that is a clear, emerald green that is drawn from the bottom of Lake Mead. The only way to reach all the hidden trails, hot springs and caves dotting this river playground is by boat. As you are kayaking down the river, keep an eye out for the bighorn sheep that call the area home! Plant to make a stop at the hot springs, Lone Palm Canyon Waterfall, and Mexican Fan Palm along the way! Camping is permitted on any available beach or canyon, free of charge.
Lake Havasu State Park
Lake Havasu State Park is a state park located on Lake Havasu in Mohave County. The park provides outdoor numerous recreation opportunities such as hiking, camping, boating, swimming and fishing. There are 5 boat ramps in the park, and a large designated swimming area that has a beach with beautiful white sand. You will find some of the best bass fishing in the state here in Lake Havasu!
The Arroyo-Camino Interpretive Garden is a great place for the whole family to visit and learn about the flora and fauna of the area. This interpretive area showcases the diverse life that exists within the park and this area of the desert. Birds, lizards, and desert cottontails are common sights.
If you love to hike make sure to check out the Mojave Sunset trail. Its is only 1.75 miles long and winds it way through the lowland desert and along the shoreline. Please note that this trail is pedestrian traffic only, no bicycles. Pets are allowed, but must be leashed.
Lake Havasu National Wildlife Refuge
Havasu National Wildlife Refuge is a U.S. National Wildlife Refuge on the lower Colorado River in Arizona and California. It preserves habitat for desert bighorn sheep to the endangered southwestern willow flycatcher, birds and other animals.
The refuge provides opportunities to hunt a variety of wildlife, including a waterfowl lottery hunt at Pintail Slough. Remaining Pintail Slough waterfowl blinds are available for purchase on a first-come first served basis beginning October 15th, through the hunt season until all Pintail Slough waterfowl blinds are filled.
The refuge provides important habitat for many species, including 318 documented species of birds that rest, nest or feed on this important