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0.60 acres | Residential Zoning

Don’t miss over half an acre in the hills of southern Arizona. This property is located in the southeast portion of the small village of Rio Rico, on a dirt cul-de-sac which branches off of Paseo Mascola, a gravel road. There are several houses in the area, and power lines located at the entrance to the cul-de-sac. This property has a rolling terrain, mostly flat near the road, then with a gentle slope that falls toward the back of the property. You will enjoy fabulous mountain views from this land, which is also a short drive to many amenities. You can be in the center of Rio Rico in less than 10 minutes, or in the town of Nogales in twenty minutes. The trip north to Tucson will take you a little over an hour.

Land Specifics Foreclosed

Property Number 6931
Size 0.60 acres
Dimensions 76' x 271' x 131' x 258'
Road Access Dirt Road
Slope Description Rolling
Zoning Residential
Zoning Code MDH (Medium-Density Residential)
Zoning Definition

MDH (Medium-Density Residential): Single-family dwellings and accessory structures are allowed per county regulations. Buildings are not to exceed 35’ in height.

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Location

County Santa Cruz
State Arizona

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Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 116 13 316
Estimated Annual Taxes $103.42
Legal Description

Lot 110, Block 26, Unit 1, Rio Rico Ranchettes, according to the Plat thereof recorded in Plat Book 3,Page 3, of the Public Records of Santa Cruz County, Arizona.

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