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1 Acre Vacant Land near Power Lines in Meadview, AZ

Posted on 22 March 2024

$5,200.00        1             Arizona
USD                                   Acres                  Mohave County

Property Description

Discover the beauty of Meadview, Arizona with this stunning 1-acre vacant lot, your blank canvas in the heart of the American Southwest. Nestled between the breathtaking Grand Canyon and the tranquil Lake Mead, this property offers an unparalleled opportunity to build your dream home or vacation retreat.
Experience the thrill of adventure with a plethora of outdoor activities right at your doorstep. From exhilarating hiking trails in the Grand Canyon, boating and fishing in Lake Mead, to exploring the local flora and fauna, there's never a dull moment in Meadview.
Not to mention, you're just a stone's throw away from 'Skywalk at the Grand Canyon West', an engineering marvel that offers an unobstructed view of this natural wonder.
Meadview is not just about its natural treasures. The community is known for its vibrant annual events like the 'Meadview Days' featuring local art, food, and live music, and the 'Meadview Outdoor Expo' showcasing the best of outdoor recreational activities.
Don't just visit, live the Meadview experience. Own a piece of this paradise today!

With a down payment of $200 and an affordable monthly payment option, you can easily become the proud owner of this fantastic property. You can even choose a payment term between 12-60 months and select a preferred day of the month for your payments to be deducted. We aim to make the process of buying your dream property quick, stress-free, and straightforward.


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 1-832-674-0396or send us an email at, referencing the Property ID: AZ_Mohave_337-03-131.

You can virtually explore the property at this link here!


Property Specifications

Section: 11 Township: 28N Range: 18W Lake Mead Ranchos Unit 3 Lot 2681

The zoning designation for the area is Agricultural Residential, with no time limit imposed for construction. Site built, modular, mobile, and manufactured homes are permitted. Tiny homes are allowed with a special permit, classified as RVs or mobile homes. Full-time RV living is permitted provided the RV is connected to an approved wastewater disposal system and obtains a special permit. Additionally, RVs are allowed on the property during the construction phase, and camping in an RV is permitted for a maximum of 14 days per occupancy, with a total of 30 days allowed per calendar year.

Access & Proximity

  • The access to the property is via W Scanlon Dr (Dirt Road).

  • The closest paved road is 5.3 mile away from the property. 

  • The closest freeway/highway is 5.3 miles away from the property.

  • Power pole are approximately 170 meters away.

Purchase Information

Cash price: $5,200.00

Seller Financing Option 

  • Down payment as low as $200

  • Choose your preferred payment day between the 1st-28th of the month

  • Choose a payment term between 12-60 months

  • Sample computations at 12.5% interest rate:​

    • $182 for 36 months

    • $150 for 48 months

    • $131 for 60 months

Payment Information

  • The $250 document processing fee covers all closing costs for in house property closings. 

  • If title company is preferred, $250 document fee applies toward the land purchase price and the buyer pays closing fees.

  • The down payment can be paid within 7 days of processing the fee payment.

  • No prepayment penalty.


Payment Methods 

Wire transfer, cashier's check, ACH bank draft, credit card, debit card, or cryptocurrency (Bitcoin and Ethereum), or a combination of any of the methods listed.


Buying Process

  • To secure ownership of the property, all you need to do is pay a non-refundable $250 document processing fee to cover closing costs.

  • After clicking the blue "CLICK HERE TO PURCHASE" button and completing the easy checkout process, your $250 payment will be instantly confirmed.

  • If you choose to use a title company, the $250 will go towards the purchase price of the property, and the buyer will be responsible for paying closing fees.

  • The document processing fee, down payment and/or remaining balance may be paid using a variety of payment methods, including wire transfer, cashier's check, ACH bank draft, credit card, debit card, or even cryptocurrency such as Bitcoin and Ethereum. You can even use any combination of these payment methods, making it more convenient for you.

  • The purchase must be completed by paying the down payment or the remaining balance within seven calendar days of the date the document fee is placed. Our streamlined process means that we can complete your purchase in as little as one day, depending on the buyer’s pace. 

  • There are no additional closing fees for cash or terms sales if our business handles the closing process for you. Plus, there is no prepayment penalty, so you can pay it off at any time. 

  • The best part is - you don't need to wait until the property is fully paid off to begin using it. As soon as the paperwork is done and you've made your down payment, you are free to start enjoying your new property.


We strive to make the land-buying process as easy and stress-free as possible. If you have any questions or concerns, our friendly and helpful team is always here to assist you in taking the first step toward owning your dream property!

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 Meadview, Mohave County

Meadview, located in Mohave County, Arizona, is a small, unincorporated community nestled amidst the stunning landscapes of the American Southwest. Situated in the northwest corner of the state, Meadview boasts panoramic views of rugged desert terrain, including the iconic Grand Canyon to the east and the vast expanse of Lake Mead to the south.

Originally established in the 1960s as a retirement community, Meadview has evolved into a diverse mix of retirees, vacation homeowners, and outdoor enthusiasts attracted by its tranquil surroundings and proximity to nature.


The town's population remains relatively small, contributing to its tight-knit community atmosphere.

One of Meadview's main draws is its access to outdoor recreational opportunities. The nearby Lake Mead National Recreation Area offers boating, fishing, and swimming, while the rugged terrain surrounding the town provides ample opportunities for hiking, off-roading, and wildlife viewing. The area's clear skies and minimal light pollution also make it a prime destination for stargazing enthusiasts.

Despite its remote location, Meadview offers essential amenities to residents and visitors alike. The town features a handful of businesses, including a general store, gas station, and restaurants, catering to the needs of its inhabitants and tourists passing through.

The pace of life in Meadview is decidedly relaxed, with residents enjoying a peaceful, laid-back lifestyle away from the hustle and bustle of urban centers. Its remote location fosters a sense of tranquility and connection with nature, making it an ideal retreat for those seeking solitude and natural beauty.

While Meadview may not boast the amenities and attractions of larger cities, its rugged charm and scenic surroundings make it a hidden gem for those looking to escape the trappings of modern life and immerse themselves in the splendor of the desert Southwest.


Whether you're exploring the depths of the Grand Canyon or simply taking in the breathtaking vistas from the comfort of your own backyard, Meadview offers an unparalleled opportunity to experience the beauty and serenity of Arizona's high desert.

Wildlife & Recreation

In the vast expanse surrounding Meadview, wildlife thrives in the rugged desert landscape, creating opportunities for residents and visitors alike to observe and appreciate the natural world. The region is home to a diverse array of species adapted to the arid environment, ranging from iconic desert dwellers to migratory birds.

One of the main attractions for wildlife enthusiasts in Meadview is the Lake Mead National Recreation Area, which encompasses vast stretches of desert, rugged mountains, and the sparkling waters of Lake Mead. Within this protected area, visitors can encounter an abundance of wildlife, including desert bighorn sheep, coyotes, bobcats, and a variety of reptiles and birds. Birdwatchers will particularly enjoy the sight of bald eagles, hawks, and other raptors soaring overhead, especially during the winter months when migratory birds flock to the region.

Hiking and off-roading are popular activities in and around Meadview, allowing adventurers to explore the area's pristine wilderness and encounter wildlife in its natural habitat. Numerous trails wind through the desert landscape, offering opportunities to spot wildlife while immersing oneself in the beauty of the surroundings. For those interested in a more leisurely experience, scenic drives provide panoramic views of the rugged terrain and opportunities for wildlife viewing from the comfort of a vehicle.

Lake Mead itself offers a wealth of recreational opportunities, including boating, fishing, and swimming. Anglers can try their luck catching bass, catfish, and other freshwater species, while boaters can explore the lake's secluded coves and sandy beaches. Wildlife enthusiasts may also catch glimpses of aquatic species such as desert pupfish and the occasional bighorn sheep descending to the water's edge for a drink.

In addition to outdoor activities, Meadview and its surrounding areas offer opportunities for cultural and historical exploration. Nearby attractions include the Hoover Dam, the historic mining town of Chloride, and the Native American petroglyphs at Grapevine Canyon. These sites provide insight into the rich history and diverse cultures that have shaped the region over the centuries.

Overall, Meadview and its surrounding wilderness offer a haven for outdoor enthusiasts and wildlife lovers seeking to connect with nature and experience the beauty of the desert Southwest. Whether exploring rugged trails, casting a line in Lake Mead, or simply taking in the sights and sounds of the desert, Meadview provides endless opportunities for adventure and discovery in one of America's most stunning natural landscapes.

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

  • Kingman: Located approximately 60 miles southeast of Meadview, Kingman is the county seat of Mohave County. It's the largest city in the region and offers a range of services, including shopping centers, restaurants, and medical facilities. Kingman is also known for its historic Route 66 heritage, with attractions like the Route 66 Museum and the iconic Route 66 murals downtown.

  • Bullhead City: Situated about 70 miles southwest of Meadview, Bullhead City lies along the Colorado River. It's a popular destination for water recreation, with opportunities for boating, fishing, and other water sports. Bullhead City also offers shopping, dining, and entertainment options, including casinos and riverfront parks.

  • Lake Havasu City: Roughly 80 miles southwest of Meadview, Lake Havasu City is renowned for its namesake lake, which features crystal-clear waters and scenic shorelines. The city is famous for the London Bridge, which was relocated here in the 1960s. Visitors can enjoy boating, fishing, and swimming on Lake Havasu, as well as explore parks, hiking trails, and cultural attractions.

  • Las Vegas, Nevada: While not within Mohave County, Las Vegas is a major metropolitan area located approximately 100 miles northwest of Meadview. Known for its vibrant nightlife, world-class entertainment, and iconic casino resorts, Las Vegas offers a wide range of dining, shopping, and recreational opportunities for visitors seeking a larger urban experience.

  • Henderson, Nevada: Situated adjacent to Las Vegas, Henderson is a suburban city known for its family-friendly neighborhoods, parks, and outdoor recreational amenities. It's about 120 miles northwest of Meadview and offers a more relaxed atmosphere compared to the bustling Las Vegas Strip.

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


Nearby Points of Interest

  • Lake Mead National Recreation Area: This expansive recreation area surrounds Lake Mead, offering opportunities for boating, fishing, swimming, hiking, and wildlife viewing. Visitors can explore scenic overlooks, hike along desert trails, and enjoy water-based activities on the lake.

  • Grand Canyon National Park: One of the most iconic natural wonders in the world, the Grand Canyon is located to the east of Meadview. Visitors can marvel at the breathtaking vistas from the rim, hike along trails descending into the canyon, or enjoy scenic flights over its vast expanse.

  • Grand Canyon West: Closer to Meadview than the South Rim, Grand Canyon West is home to the Hualapai Tribe and features attractions such as the Skywalk, a glass-bottomed bridge extending over the canyon, offering thrilling views of the Colorado River below.

  • Hoover Dam: Situated on the border between Arizona and Nevada, Hoover Dam is an engineering marvel that harnesses the power of the Colorado River. Visitors can take guided tours to learn about the dam's history and construction or enjoy panoramic views of the surrounding landscape.

  • Colorado River: Meandering through the desert landscape, the Colorado River offers opportunities for recreational activities such as rafting, kayaking, and scenic cruises. Visitors can embark on guided tours or rent equipment to explore this iconic waterway.

  • Chloride: This historic mining town, located northwest of Meadview, offers a glimpse into the region's past with its well-preserved buildings and mining artifacts. Visitors can explore ghost towns, visit local art galleries, and learn about the area's mining history.

  • Valley of Fire State Park: Just across the border in Nevada, Valley of Fire State Park is known for its stunning red sandstone formations, petroglyphs, and scenic hiking trails. Visitors can marvel at the park's unique geological features and ancient rock art.

  • Joshua Tree Forest: North of Meadview, travelers can find stands of iconic Joshua trees dotting the landscape. These unique trees thrive in the high desert environment and provide a picturesque backdrop for hiking and photography.

Nearby Essential Places

  • Schools:

Meadview Elementary School: Located at 29100 Pierce Ferry Rd, Meadview, AZ, this elementary school serves students from kindergarten through sixth grade.

White Cliffs Middle School: Situated at 3550 Prospector St, Kingman, AZ, approximately 60 miles southeast of Meadview. White Cliffs Middle School provides education for students in grades six through eight.

Lee Williams High School: Found at 400 Grandview Ave, Kingman, AZ, approximately 60 miles southeast of Meadview. Lee Williams High School serves students in grades nine through twelve.

  • Food Places:

Meadview Market & Diner: Located at 27705 N Pierce Ferry Rd in Meadview, this market and diner offers a variety of food options including burgers, sandwiches, salads, and breakfast items.

Sandy's Restaurant: Situated at 300 Meadview Blvd in Meadview, Sandy's Restaurant serves American cuisine with options such as burgers, sandwiches, and comfort food dishes.

Meadview Pizzeria: Found at 27540 N Pierce Ferry Rd in Meadview, this pizzeria offers pizza, wings, and other Italian-inspired dishes for dine-in or takeout.

  • Grocery Stores:

Meadview Market: Located at 27705 N Pierce Ferry Rd, Meadview, AZ, Meadview Market is a local grocery store offering a variety of food items, household essentials, and convenience goods.

Dollar General: Situated at 28727 N Pierce Ferry Rd, Meadview, AZ, Dollar General provides a selection of groceries, cleaning supplies, personal care items, and more at affordable prices.

Lake Mead Foods: Found at 230 E Meadview Blvd, Meadview, AZ, Lake Mead Foods offers groceries and other household items for residents in the Meadview area.

  • Gas Stations:

Meadview Market: Located at 27705 N Pierce Ferry Rd, Meadview, AZ, this market also offers gasoline for vehicles.

Meadview Gas & Grill: Situated at 26515 N Pierce Ferry Rd, Meadview, AZ, Meadview Gas & Grill provides gasoline and convenience store items for travelers passing through the area.

Shell: Found at 26495 N Pierce Ferry Rd, Meadview, AZ, this Shell station offers fuel and convenience items for locals and visitors alike.

  • Banks:

Wells Fargo Bank: Located at 3940 Stockton Hill Rd, Kingman, AZ, approximately 60 miles southeast of Meadview. Wells Fargo offers a range of banking services, including checking and savings accounts, loans, and investment products.

Chase Bank: Situated at 4095 Stockton Hill Rd, Kingman, AZ, approximately 60 miles southeast of Meadview. Chase Bank provides personal and business banking services, including checking and savings accounts, credit cards, and mortgage loans.

Mohave State Bank: Found at 2202 Stockton Hill Rd, Kingman, AZ, approximately 60 miles southeast of Meadview. Mohave State Bank offers personal and business banking services, as well as mortgage loans and financial planning.

  • Airports:

McCarran International Airport (LAS): Located in Las Vegas, Nevada, McCarran International Airport is approximately 130 miles northwest of Meadview. It is a major airport serving domestic and international flights.

Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport (IFP): Situated in Bullhead City, Arizona, Laughlin/Bullhead International Airport is approximately 75 miles west of Meadview. It offers limited commercial service but primarily serves general aviation and charter flights.

Kingman Airport (IGM): Located in Kingman, Arizona, Kingman Airport is approximately 60 miles southeast of Meadview. While it primarily serves general aviation and military operations, it does not have commercial passenger service.

  • Hospitals:

Kingman Regional Medical Center: Located at 3269 Stockton Hill Rd, Kingman, AZ, approximately 60 miles southeast of Meadview. It is a comprehensive medical center offering emergency services, surgical care, diagnostic imaging, and specialized medical treatments.

Havasu Regional Medical Center: Situated at 101 Civic Center Ln, Lake Havasu City, AZ, approximately 75 miles southwest of Meadview. Havasu Regional Medical Center provides a range of healthcare services, including emergency care, outpatient procedures, and diagnostic testing.

Western Arizona Regional Medical Center: Found at 2735 Silver Creek Rd, Bullhead City, AZ, approximately 75 miles west of Meadview. Western Arizona Regional Medical Center offers emergency services, inpatient care, surgical procedures, and diagnostic imaging.

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


Helpful Resources


Mohave County Website:

Mohave Planning and Zoning Department:

Zoning Ordinance: 


Permit Applications:

Mohave County and Arizona Resources

Mohave County Resources - Google Docs.pdf - Google Drive


Utility Providers


Mohave Electric Cooperative


Phone: (928) 763-1100


Mohave County Water Authority


Phone: (928) 763-1108



Vegas Valley Septic Service: Phone: (702) 346-5400

Scotty's Septic Service: Phone: (928) 768-5935



Solar Technologies:


Phone: (480) 256-2117

Titan Solar Power:


Phone: (623) 745-1589

Satellite Internet:



Phone: 1-855-463-9333



Phone: 1-844-779-8932

Contact Information


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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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