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PROPERTY DETAILS


APN/Parcel #:152-01-099 

Address: Nogales, AZ, 85621
County: Santa Cruz 
HOA fees:  0
Parcel Size: 0.30 Acres
Subdivision: None
Elevation: 4059 ft

Parcel Dimensions:

   48.44 ft N, 160.46 ft E,

   83.20 ft, 126.64 ft W 
GPS Coordinates:

   31.358361, -110.801344

GPS Coordinates (4 Corners):
   31.358404, -110.801602
   31.358504, -110.801503
   31.358401, -110.801000
   31.358304, -110.801099
   31.358201, -110.801099
   31.358203, -110.801500

Google map link: https://goo.gl/maps/HtSUddDtxFAdt7HCA
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ONLY $50/month, 0% interest, no credit check.

or  Buy now for CASH & get a discount!    

County:  Mohave        Acres: .30 Acres (Raw Land)


Escape the city and settle on this pristine desert lot in Santa Cruz County, Arizona. This property is nestled in The Kino Springs Golf Course in an area filled with pinyon trees, perfect for your dream home where there is privacy and peace. Just 10.8 miles away west is the city of Nogales and 15.2 miles northwest is the city of Rio Rico. 

Kino Springs Golf Course is located on the historic Estancia Yerba Buena Ranch, right in the middle of ranching country. You’ll find waving grasslands studded with mesquite and oaks under a vast blue sky and cottonwoods along the Santa Cruz River. Lying on a major North American flyway, Kino Springs is well known to savvy birdwatchers. You’re likely to see flycatchers, orioles, kingfishers, gray hawks, and many more.

And for you old movie buffs, a half century ago, Stewart Granger and Jean Simmons owned the 5,280-acre Yerba Buena Ranch and had frequent guests such as John Wayne and Elizabeth Taylor. And just as the Granger’s did, we offer guests an earnest out-west hospitality.

Delve deeper into local history and culture here. The Pimeria Alta Historical Society and Museum contains a fascinating history on the area, including information on the military encampment “Camp Little” and Pancho Villa’s Battle of Nogales. Explore the Juan Bautista de Anza National Historic Trail, a route taken by a Spanish military leader of the same name on his late-1700s quest to establish a settlement at the San Francisco Bay.

Life here is easy and fun! What are you waiting for? Call us now to learn more about this offer! 

Call today at 888-277-2577 for more information.

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