Be a modern-day pioneer with this Arizona land for sale. 40.39 acre piece of vacant land for sale in Navajo County.


Property Description:  

The American Southwest was built by pioneers who relied on their own ingenuity and wits to carve a living out of a wild country. This Arizona land, located just 23 minutes from the historic town of Holbrook, can give you the opportunity to relive a bit of history. Measuring over 40 acres, this lot is perfect for whatever you are looking for. Would you like to grow some vegetable in the semi arid climate? Would you like to build a house a just be surrounded by peace and quiet? Would you like to hunt or ride your ATV on the property? You can do it all with this land.

When the time comes to explore the surrounding areas, you can drive 45 minutes to the Petrified National Forest, trek down Route 66, or expore the rich history of Holbrook. This Arizona land for sale in Navajo County is priced to move, so don’t let someone else snatch this one away from you. Be a modern-day pioneer and relive the glory days of the American Southwest with this 40 acre piece of vacant land for sale.

Property Details:

  • Status:   Sold
  • Sale Price:  $14300
  • State:  Arizona
  • County:  Navajo
  • Closest Community/City To The Property:  Holbrook, AZ
  • APN (Assessor's Parcel Number):  109-42-009
  • Size:  40.39 AC
  • Short Legal:  SECTION 13,T18N,R20E:NE4 SE4
  • Terrain:  Flat - No Trees
  • Road Access:   Unknown - Please check with County
  • Electricity:  Unknown - Please check with County
  • Water:  Unknown - Please check with County
  • Sewer:  Unknown - Please check with County
  • Annual Taxes/ HOA Dues:  $



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What's Happening in Navajo County, Arizona?

Navajo County Arizona is experiencing a very high, steady growth rate. 2000
census, Navajo County's population increased by more than 25% in just
10 years! Now, current numbers show that it is on pace to reach similar growth
numbers in the 2010 census. More and more people are moving to Navajo County
to escape the valley heat, own a retirement home, and enjoy the natural beauty.
Here is an excerpt from a recent article in the Arizona Republic.
Down in the Valley, the Valley so low; hang your head over and hear people
go - to Pinal County, or up to more-temperate areas of the state.
More Valley residents than ever are waltzing off to that tune to live in Arizona
counties with amenities ranging from affordable housing to peaceful retirement,
and cooler climes to wide-open spaces.

County Profile!

The county is divided into two distinct parts by the Mogollon Rim.
The high country in the northern part of the county is arid and desert-like
with mesas and plateaus.
The southern part is a rugged mountainous area, and is heavily wooded
with pinon, juniper, and ponderosa pines.
The Interstate 40 corridor communities of Holbrook and Winslow in the
county's center are areas of growth tied to the cross-country transportation
The county's southern half is characterized by dynamic growth related
to tourism and an increased demand for housing.
Principal industries are tourism, coal mining, manufacturing, timbering
and ranching.
Activities include: Horseback riding, snow skiing/snowboarding, museums,
cultural events, fishing, hunting, golfing, and boating.

Local Hot Spots


Is a part of the dynamic
economic development of Arizona.
It offers many resources such as pollution free air, plentiful clean
water, forest products, abundant recreational activities, access to major metropolitan
areas, a refreshing four-season climate, and a well-planned rural business atmosphere
to serve the needs of the people in its region.

Show Low

Show Low is the commercial
and tourism hub of the White Mountains.
Offers many year round recreational opportunities and points of scenic
The Apache Sitgreaves National Forest with 58 campgrounds, trails, and
pristine lakes surround the city.
The scenic White Mountain and Mogollon Rim areas are nearby for campers
and fishermen.

Sunrise Ski Resort

Less than an hour from Show Low and Pinetop-Lakeside.
65 runs over three mountains, separate snowboarding area, cross country
ski trails, and a special children's area make this resort one of the most popular
in the southwest.
Owned and operated by the White Mountain Apache Tribe, the high speed
quad chairlifts, with a capacity in excess of 16,000 skiers per hour, are also
open during the spring months for scenic viewing.
Petrified Forest National Park
Less than an hours' drive north of St. Johns is the internationally
famous Petrified Forest National Park.
The largest park where visitors can walk among giant fallen petrified

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