I have a new listing. It’s not one of my normal cute houses, though. It’s raw land up in the North Country. It’s just over 37 acres in Seligman, Arizona, which is part of Yavapai County. It’s currently owned by a California resident who bought the parcel several years ago with the plan of eventually building his dream ranch and retiring on it. He has since decided against this idea, for whatever reason, and thus a listing is born. We are asking $89,000. Contact me for more details, I’d be happy to email you the listing.
This is the county map of the piece of land. As you can see, it’s pie shaped and has a wash running through. The owner says it is a beautiful wooded area with nothing but gorgeous scenery as far as the eye can see. It’s in a subdivision called Sierra Verde Ranch. Here you can find a little bit more about the town of Seligman, which is, according to the Arizona Department of Commerce, the birthplace of the historic route 66.
So if you’ve ever thought about building a dream ranch and retiring up North, this might not be a bad place to start.