Minimum of $249 as document/set up fee Monthly payment is $119.
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 me at [email protected] or you can call or text Kristy at 971-248-6715.
Ever wanted to live at the end of a dirt road with no one around? Well check out THIS property…… You’ll feel like you are in the middle of nowhere, but you aren’t far from town and you’ll have great cell service too! This property has great views of the mountains in the distance and is scattered with an array of natural desert flora.
Spend your days soaking up the Arizona sun and enjoying the panoramic views of the desert. There is plenty of space to explore the local flora and fauna in this breathtaking landscape. The property is overall flat and in a great area if your goal is to truly get away from it all. Live at the end of the road and forget the rest of the world exists!
Want to see more pictures and a video? Email, call or text Kristy! [email protected] 971-248-6715
This property is just minutes to the entrance of Petrified National Forest and under an hour to the Painted Desert! You can take a day trip right from your property, or rent out your cabin on AirBnB or VRBO to local tourists. When you need to stock up Holbrook is under 30 minutes away!
Apache County Arizona is a fantastic place to get away from it all and enjoy the life of an outdoorsman! Home to Canyon de Chelly National Monument and Four Corners Monuments, Sunrise Park Ski Resort, Mt Baldy, Crystal Forest and Spider Rock, you will never have a shortage of things to do. Family and Friends will BEG to come out for the weekend and have some fun! You can camp, bring your ATVs and motorbikes, hike, explore, and start enjoying your weekends again!
Here is what our Photographer had to say:
All four corners of the property were able to be walked to easily. The land is flat and grassy, with somewhat soft dirt. Both power and cell phone towers are visible from the property, and cell phone signal was excellent. I was able to make a phone call as well as use Amazon’s app, and the speed was comparable to being at home with a wifi connection.
The property has power lines and cell towers close by, but otherwise has no other resources or utilities. The nearby neighbors are primarily trailers or small fabricated buildings (e.g. sheds, etc) that have been adapted for use as a primary dwelling. There are no signs of trash service, propane, or other amenities. The ground seemed to have many hoof prints and coyote tracks, so it is likely that cattle have grazed in this area.
Zoning: SD Residential – One single-family dwelling or one modular or mobile home per parcel. No minimum square footage. Mobile homes are allowed
Camping/RVs: Camping is allowed. no time limit. If you want to live year round in your RV you need to have an approved septic system from the Dept of Health
Google Map Link: https://goo.gl/maps/ppSbGcouNbyjp5vRA
Address: N7909, Holbrook, AZ 86025
4 Corner GPS Coordinates:
NW GPS: 35.014354 -109.843644
NE GPS: 35.014357 -109.843148
SW GPS: 35.013524 -109.843636
SE GPS: 35.013528 -109.843137
Holbrook 25 min./26 miles
Scottsdale 3 hrs 31 min.
16 miles to Petrified Forest
Phoenix 3hrs. 35 min./212 miles
Tucson 4 hrs. 45 min./259 miles
Check out the pictures of the proeprty….. Imagine its YOURS!! Want to see more pictures and a video? Email, call or text Kristy : [email protected] 971-248-6715
- PRICING: Discount Cash Price: $2,999.00 plus a one time $249 document fee or alternatively…
Owner Financing Price: $3,999.00, $249 down payment for the doc fee (non-refundable). Monthly payment: $119/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]
Holbrook and Sanders
N7909, Holbrook, AZ 86025
LOT:320 UNIT:4 TR#:Z SEC/TWN/RNG/MER:SEC 30 TWN 19N RNG 24E SUBDIVISION PETRIFIED FOREST ESTATES UNIT 4 LOT 320 SECTION 30 TOWNSHIP 19N RANGE 24E MAP REF:PM 211-35
Solar or Generator
Delivery to a Cistern is the best option
SD Residential – See above for description
$.50/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.
Apache County is unique among all U.S. counties. Running 211 miles from the Utah border to just south of Alpine, Arizona, Apache County is the longest in the United States. It is land rich in natural resources and breathtaking landscape. It has proud Native American roots and culture that continues to thrive in the Navajo Nation, which represents two-thirds of Apache County’s population and over half of the land area. Check out more below to discover Apache County and its many scenic and recreational opportunities.
Petrified Forest National Park
Discover a landscape like no other. Drive through, take a backcountry hike, or learn how this all came to be at our visitor center museums. Petrified Forest National Park is in northeastern Arizona. In its south, the Rainbow Forest is full of colorful petrified wood. It’s home to the Rainbow Forest Museum, with its paleontology exhibits and many trail access points. In the park’s center are the petroglyphs of Newspaper Rock and the ruined village of Puerco Pueblo. To the north, the Painted Desert Inn, a 1930s adobe building, is a museum with Hopi murals.
Lyman Lake State Park
Near the White Mountains is Lyman State Park, an irrigation district reservoir popular for a variety of recreational activities. Enjoy camping, hiking, fishing, and water sports at an elevation of 6000 feet. There’s also a visitor center and park store where you can pick up day use and camping permits, hunting and fishing licenses, grocery items, and supplies for all your boating and fishing needs.
Canyon de Chelly National Monument
Canyon de Chelly is home to Navajo families who raise livestock and farm the canyons. The national monument was authorized in 1931 by President Herbert Hoover to preserve important archeological resources that span more than 5,000 years of human occupation.
Canyon de Chelly National Monument is a vast park in northeastern Arizona, on Navajo tribal lands. Its prominent features include Spider Rock spire, about 800-feet tall, and towering sandstone cliffs surrounding a verdant canyon. Inhabited by several Native American peoples for millennia, the area is dotted with prehistoric rock art. The White House Ruins and Mummy Cave are remains of ancient Pueblo villages.
Four Corners Monument
Part of the Navajo Nation Parks & Rec system, the Four Corners Monument marks the only point in the United States shared by four states: Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico, and Utah. Take home a momento from your visit by purchasing authentic native art directly from the artisan at the thriving vendor market. When making plans, keep in mind that this is a rural area without accommodations and limited services.
Monument Valley Tribal Park
The Navajo Nation Monument Valley Park is one of the most photographed points on earth. Located on the Arizona-Utah border, the breathtaking red sand desert region is known for its towering sandstone buttes up to 1,000 feet high and miles of mesas and buttes, shrubs, trees, and windblown sand
On a scenic road trip through Northern Arizona, Monument Valley’s iconic landscapes inspire visitors.
Located in Northern Arizona, Monument Valley’s collection of crimson mesas and towering sandstone buttes captures colors that appear only in nature. The astonishing scenic beauty of the pristine desert landscape also reflects the reverence Arizona’s tribal communities have for the land. Please be respectful of Navajo Nation regulations when visiting Monument Valley to help preserve this ancient site.
Monument Valley is maintained as a visitor attraction by Navajo Nation Parks & Recreation. Visitors are welcome to drive the 17-mile dirt loop, Valley Drive, on self-guided tours of the valley. Multiple parking areas along the way bring many of the park’s most spectacular rock formations into view. Or set off on the only public hike in the valley, an easy 3-mile loop trail that takes visitors to Mitten Butte, one of the most iconic landmarks of the American West. Visitors can also join guided Jeep tours for up-close views of ancient cliff dwellings and natural arches in more isolated locations.
Located in the heart of the Navajo Indian Nation near the base of the Chuska Mountains, Wheatfields Lake offers abundant cold-water fishing, camping, and picnicking opportunities. It is a scenic lake on a paved road just east of the head of Canyon de Chelly. The lake is at a high altitude (7300 feet)
Navajo Nation Museum
The Navajo Nation Museum is a museum and library on Navajo ground in Window Rock, Arizona. Its collections, exhibits, and other activities focus on the cultural history of the Navajo people. The Navajo Nation Museum located in Window Rock offers an immersive experience into the history of the Diné culture and language. Hours vary by season, so check ahead before arriving