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1.04 Acre Vacant Land in Grand Canyon, AZ!

Posted on 2 April  2024

Property Information

  • 1.04 Acre in Coconino County, AZ 

  • Grand Canyon Unit 17 Lot: 419 Sixteenth: NW Quarter: SW Section: 09 Township: 26N Range: 03E

  • APN: 501-61-048

  • Own for $179 down, $179 per month for 60 months. Total $10,740 or $7,900 cash. Pay off your balance at any time, no early payoff fees!

  • No extra fees, no interest, no credit checks, instant approval!

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1.04 Acre in Coconino County, AZ starts at $179 per month
(APN: 501-61-048)

No Doc Fees, No Interest, No Credit Checks,
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How it Works?

At KPA Land, we believe purchasing land should be simple and transparent. That’s why we have eliminated all the extra fees. No document fees, no hidden fees, and no early payoff fees. You can make your payments conveniently via ACH Bank Draft or by credit card. Plus, you have the flexibility to pay off the property early with no pre-payment penalties!

Step 1: Make the Down Payment

  • Your land-buying journey begins with a simple down payment. Just click the "Click Here to Purchase" button above to get started.

Step 2: Sign the Documents Electronically

  • ​Once you’ve made the down payment, we’ll create the necessary documents and send you an email with a link to sign them electronically. It's quick and easy, allowing you to handle everything from the comfort of your home.

(You will receive the full paperwork via email for your electronic signature within 1-2 business days)

Step 3: Start Using Your Property

  • The best part? You don’t have to wait until the property is fully paid off to start enjoying it. As soon you’ve made your down payment and the paperwork is completed, you’re free to start using your new property right away. Congratulations, that’s it!

Ongoing Ownership and Support

Each month, once your payment is processed, you’ll receive an owner’s statement detailing all the payments you’ve made. This ensures you always have a clear and transparent record of your investment.

Questions? Feel free to text or call us at (832) 674 0150 Monday to Friday 8 AM to 5 PM CST or email us at sales@kpaland.com anytime!

We strive to make the land-buying process as easy and stress-free as possible. If you have any questions or concerns, don't hesitate to reach out to us. We're always here to assist you in taking the first step toward owning your dream property.

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Property Description

Discover the magic of Grand Canyon Junction with this remarkable 1.04-acre vacant land parcel, nestled amidst awe-inspiring natural beauty. This pristine property is not just land; it's your gateway to a world of adventure and tranquility.

Imagine having access to a myriad of recreational activities right in your backyard. From hiking and biking to birdwatching and stargazing, there's something for everyone to enjoy. Picture yourself pitching a tent under the star-studded sky or setting off on a sunrise hike along the rim of the Grand Canyon.

With iconic tourist spots like Bright Angel Trail, Desert View Watchtower, and Lipan Point just a short drive away, you'll never tire of exploring the wonders of this UNESCO World Heritage Site. And when you're not out adventuring, immerse yourself in the rich cultural tapestry of Grand Canyon Junction, with its vibrant arts scene, charming shops, and delectable local cuisine.

Throughout the year, Grand Canyon Junction comes alive with special annual events that celebrate the region's unique heritage and natural wonders. From the Grand Canyon Star Party to the Grand Canyon Music Festival, there's always something exciting happening just around the corner.

Your land-buying journey begins with a simple down payment of $179. With a term length of 60 months, you have the flexibility to choose your preferred due date each month for your payments. We aim to make the process of buying your dream property quick, stress-free, and easy.

Don't miss out on this incredible opportunity to turn your real estate dreams into reality. To learn more about this fantastic property, call our friendly and helpful team anytime at 1-832-674-0150, or send us an email at sales@kpaland.com, referencing the Property ID: AZ_Coconino_501-61-048.

You can virtually explore the property at this link here!

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Property Specifications

Legal Description: Grand Canyon Unit 17 Lot: 419 Sixteenth: NW Quarter: SW Section: 09 Township: 26N Range: 03E

The property permits the use of an RV for up to 120 days during the construction of a new residence.

A minimum dwelling size of 500 square feet is required, with the exception of Manufactured Homes which require a minimum of 600 square feet.

The property allows for Single & Double Wide Mobile/Manufactured homes, subject to specific guidelines.

Access & Proximity

  • The access to the property is via E Silvery Valley Rd (Dirt Road).

  • The closest paved road is 3.6 miles away from the property. 

  • The closest freeway/highway is 3.6 miles away from the property.

  • Power pole is around 2.5 miles away from the property line.

Money-Back Guarantee

Buyers can get a refund within 30 days if they're not pleased with their land for any reason, or they may opt to exchange their parcel for another one within the same timeframe, no questions asked. 

 

Nonetheless, it's important to note that the buyer will be accountable for the fees associated with returning the property.
 

About Coconino County

Coconino County, situated in the northern region of Arizona, is a vast and expansive county that is celebrated for its magnificent natural surroundings, vibrant cultural legacy, and abundant recreational activities. The county is renowned for several of Arizona's most renowned attractions, such as the world-renowned Grand Canyon, the awe-inspiring Painted Desert, and the charming Oak Creek Canyon, which entice visitors from all over the globe to come and witness their beauty.

 

Apart from its mesmerizing natural charm, Coconino County is also famous for its thriving arts and culture industry, featuring an array of galleries, museums, and theaters that showcase the creative works of local artists and performers. The county is also home to some of the state's most renowned educational institutions, such as Northern Arizona University, which attracts a diverse and international student population.

 

Whether you are an outdoor enthusiast seeking to explore the county's natural splendor, a cultural connoisseur looking to immerse yourself in the art and history of the area, or someone who wishes to relax and enjoy the picturesque beauty of the American Southwest, Coconino County is an ideal place to settle down. With its stunning landscapes, vibrant communities, and boundless opportunities for adventure and exploration, this county truly has something for everyone.

Wildlife & Recreation

Coconino County is a nature lover's paradise, with its vast forests and expansive wilderness areas, stunning landscapes, and natural beauty. The region's recreational activities offer endless opportunities for adventure and discovery. The Grand Canyon, one of the seven natural wonders of the world, is a must-see destination that attracts millions of visitors each year.

The county's lakes and rivers, including Lake Powell, Lake Mary, and the Colorado River, provide ample opportunities for swimming, fishing, and boating. The mountain ranges offer a thrilling challenge for rock climbers and hikers, with trails suitable for beginners and experts alike.

In addition to the breathtaking natural scenery, Coconino County boasts several small towns and communities that offer modern amenities and rural charm. These towns host a variety of events and festivals throughout the year, showcasing the area's cultural diversity and community spirit.

When you invest in vacant land in Coconino County, you gain access to all of these incredible amenities and attractions. It's the perfect opportunity to build your own oasis in the midst of this natural wonderland. With so much to offer, it's no wonder that Coconino County is a top destination for those seeking a true outdoor adventure and a chance to connect with nature and wildlife.

Visiting the Property

You are more than welcome to visit the property. We recommend that you read all the information on the property posting before visiting, and bring the maps and location coordinates provided below. These links can be useful when driving to the property.

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Nearby Towns & Cities

  • Ash Fork: Located about 17 miles west of Williams

    • Ash Fork is a small town with a population of around 450 people. It is primarily known for its railroad history and is a popular stop for travelers on Route 66.

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  • Parks: Located about 15 miles east of Williams

    • Parks is a small community that is primarily residential. It is known for its scenic beauty and proximity to the Kaibab National Forest.

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  • Bellemont: Located about 16 miles east of Williams

    • Bellemont is a small community that is primarily known for its proximity to the Flagstaff Pulliam Airport. It is also home to the historic Route 66 Roadhouse.

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  • Flagstaff: Located about 30 miles southeast of Williams

    • Flagstaff is the largest city in Coconino County with a population of around 75,000 people. It is known for its proximity to the Grand Canyon and its outdoor recreation opportunities.

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  • Sedona: Located about 58 miles southeast of Williams

    • Sedona is a popular tourist destination known for its red rock formations, spiritual energy, and art galleries. It is a small city with a population of around 10,000 people.

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  • Prescott: Located about 69 miles southwest of Williams

    • Prescott is a historic city with a population of around 40,000 people. It is known for its mild climate, outdoor recreation opportunities, and charming downtown area.

Note: Distances are approximate and may vary depending on the exact location within Williams or the other nearby points of interest.

 

Nearby Points of Interest

  • Historic Route 66: Williams is located on Historic Route 66, and there are many historic buildings, shops, and restaurants to explore along the route.

  • Bearizona Wildlife Park: This drive-through wildlife park features North American animals in their natural habitats, as well as a walking area with more exhibits.

  • Grand Canyon Railway: Take a historic train ride from Williams to the South Rim of the Grand Canyon.

  • Kaibab National Forest: This nearby forest offers opportunities for hiking, camping, fishing, and wildlife viewing.

  • Bill Williams Mountain: This mountain near Williams offers hiking trails, scenic drives, and opportunities for wildlife viewing.

  • Williams Depot: This historic train station in Williams is the starting point for the Grand Canyon Railway and offers exhibits on the history of the railroad.

  • Pete's Route 66 Gas Station Museum: This museum in Williams features vintage gas pumps, signs, and other memorabilia from the heyday of Route 66.

  • Thunder Eagle Native Art: This gallery in Williams features Native American art, jewelry, and crafts from local artists.

  • Historic Williams Walking Tour: This self-guided walking tour of Williams features historic buildings, museums, and landmarks.

  • Cataract Lake Park: This park near Williams offers a lake for fishing and boating, as well as picnic areas and hiking trails.

Nearby Essential Places

  • Schools:

Williams Elementary-Middle School:

This school serves students from kindergarten through eighth grade and is located in Williams.

Williams High School:

This school serves students in grades 9-12 and is located in Williams.

Maine Consolidated School District:

This school district serves students in the Williams area and includes Maine Elementary School, a K-8 school located in Parks, AZ.

Ash Fork Joint Unified School District:

This school district serves students in the Williams area and includes Ash Fork Elementary School, a K-8 school located in Ash Fork, AZ, and Ash Fork High School, a high school located in Ash Fork.

Grand Canyon School District: This school district serves students in the Grand Canyon area and includes Grand Canyon School, a K-12 school located in Grand Canyon Village.

Northland Preparatory Academy: This public charter school serves students in grades 6-12 and is located in Flagstaff, AZ, approximately 35 miles from Williams.

Coconino Community College: This community college is located in Flagstaff, AZ, and offers a variety of associate degree programs, as well as certificates and workforce training.

  • Food Places:

Pine Country Restaurant: 107 N Grand Canyon Blvd, Williams, AZ 86046 (located in Williams)

Goldie's Route 66 Diner: 425 E Route 66, Williams, AZ 86046 (located in Williams)

Rod's Steak House: 301 E Route 66, Williams, AZ 86046 (located in Williams)

  • Grocery Stores:

Safeway: 637 W Route 66, Williams, AZ 86046 (located in Williams)

Family Dollar: 1001 W Route 66, Williams, AZ 86046 (located in Williams)

Circle K: 901 W Route 66, Williams, AZ 86046 (located in Williams)

  • Gas Stations:

Mobil: 1301 W Route 66, Williams, AZ 86046 (located in Williams)

Chevron: 1300 W Route 66, Williams, AZ 86046 (located in Williams)

Shell: 801 E Route 66, Williams, AZ 86046 (located in Williams)

  • Banks:

National Bank of Arizona: This bank is located in Williams and offers a range of banking services, including personal and business accounts, loans, and investment services. (Distance: within Williams)

  • Airports:

Flagstaff Pulliam Airport: This airport is located approximately 30 miles southeast of Williams and offers daily flights to and from several major cities in the Southwest. (Distance: approximately 30 miles southeast of Williams)

  • Hospitals:

Flagstaff Medical Center: This hospital is located approximately 35 miles southeast of Williams and is the largest healthcare provider in northern Arizona. It offers a range of medical services, including emergency care, surgery, and cancer treatment. (Distance: approximately 35 miles southeast of Williams)

Note: Distances are approximate and may vary depending on the exact location within Williams or the other nearby essential places.

 

Helpful Resources

 

Coconino County Website: https://www.coconino.az.gov/

Williams Planning and Zoning Department: (928) 635-4451; planning@williamsaz.gov

Zoning Ordinance:  https://bit.ly/CoconinoZoningOrdinance

 

Permit Applications: https://bit.ly/CoconinoPermitApplications

 

Conditional Use Permit: https://bit.ly/ConditionalUsePermit

 

RV Permanent Residence Permit: https://bit.ly/RVResidencePermit

 

Residential Permit: https://bit.ly/ResidentialBuildingPermit


Tiny Home Matrix: https://bit.ly/TinyHomeMatrix

Utility Providers

Water:

  • City of Williams Water Department: 928-635-4451

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Power:

 

Sewer/Septic:

  • City of Williams Public Works Department: (928) 635-4471

  • Coconino County Environmental Health Services Department: (928) 679-8750

 

Internet Service:

 

Natural Gas:

Contact Information

 

To see more about our company or our listings, please visit our website at www.kpaland.com, or check us on social media to read our customer reviews. https://www.facebook.com/kpalandproperties/reviews.

 

For inquiries, please call us at 1-832-674-0150 or email us at sales@kpaland.com.

 

Note: Please note that this vacant land is being sold directly by the owner, and as a buyer, it is your responsibility to perform your own due diligence and research on the property.

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