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This parcel places you in an ideal location halfway between Kingman and Lake Havasu City. It is in a rural, off the grid area and is about 450 feet south of the closest road. If you are looking for a private piece of land where you can get away from it all, this might be the place for you.

  • Foreclosed
  • Property Number: 4282
  • Size: 10.00 Acres
  • Dimensions: 660' X 660'
  • County: Mohave
  • State: Arizona
  • Annual Taxes: $47.54
  • Annual HOA Dues: $0.00
  • Homesite
  • Hunting Nearby
  • Recreational
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Land Specifics

  • Assessor Parcel Number (APN): 121 03 023
  • Road Access: Access Nearby
  • Slope Description: Sloped
  • Legal Description: The NW 1/4 of the SE 1/4 of the SW 1/4 of Section 11 Township 13 North Range 15 W in Mohave County, Arizona.
  • Dimensions: 660' X 660'
  • Zoning: Residential
  • Zoning Code: A-R-36A (Agricultural Residental)
  • Zoning Definition: One single family dwelling per building site, 36 acre minimum, site built and manufactured homes are allowed.

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