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    0000 N Chicory Lane

    Globe, AZ 85501
    • $240,000
    • STATUS: Active
    • ID#: 6174364
    UPDATED: 37 min ago
    $240,000
    • 0
      BEDS
    • 40.2
      ACRES
    • 0
      BATHS
    • 0
      1/2 BATHS
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    Vacant Land / Lots
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    Description

    Don't miss this rare opportunity to own 40-acres of rolling undeveloped woodland that backs up to the Tonto National Forest below 7500' high Pinal Mts. The parcel is situated at AZ's perfect 5000' climate elevation - similar to Payson or Prescott, but at the fraction of the cost of AZ's Mogollon Rim Country at $6K per acre! Enjoy off-the-grid 4 season living with Cool summers, Monsoon season rains, and enough Winter snow to play in. Washes carry runoff and the water table remains high even during drier times. Be amazed at stunning near-360-degree 100-mile views across a mixed oak, manzanita, juniper wooded valley to 9100' high Mt. Lemmon, 11,000' high White Mts, and 10,000' high Mt. Graham's observatory.Land is situated a an easy access off AZ-77, only a 90 minute-drive from Phoenix and Tucson, only 20 minutes from Globe and the Apache Gold Casino, and 45 minutes from San Carlos Lake. Own a piece of history too! The property is located in the El Capitn Pass area between the Gila and Salt Rivers. A marker on AZ-77 at the top of the Pass explains the unique history of the area. It was traversed by the 1300s Salado Indians (large village ruins are near Globe), the Spanish in 1600s-1700s, and American fur trappers such as Kit Carson and James ''Ohio'' Pattie in the 1820s. General Stephen Watts Kearny used it during the 1846-1848 Mexican-American War, as did the US Army vs. the Apache in the 1870s. After US control, ranchers and miners settled the area. Numerous hiking trails in the Tonto National Forest lead to springs and old mine shafts. Indians used the land to hunt, and grind pinion nuts and oak acorns. The spacious 40-acre parcel affords a lot of elbow room for a no-HOA home site, subdivide, or just to escape urban living. Must see to appreciate!

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    © 2021 Arizona Regional Multiple Listing Service, Inc. All rights reserved. All information should be verified by the recipient and none is guaranteed as accurate by ARMLS. The ARMLS logo indicates a property listed by a real estate brokerage other than Long Realty Company. Data last updated 2021-01-27T10:13:21.217.
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    0000 N Chicory Lane Globe, AZ 85501

    • Price: $240,000
    • Status: Active
    • Updated: 37 min ago
    • ID#: 6174364
    0
    Beds
    0
    Baths
    0
    ½ Baths
    40.2
    Acres
    County:
    Gila
    Area:
    Globe
    School District:
    000 - Out of Area
    Property Description
    Don't miss this rare opportunity to own 40-acres of rolling undeveloped woodland that backs up to the Tonto National Forest below 7500' high Pinal Mts. The parcel is situated at AZ's perfect 5000' climate elevation - similar to Payson or Prescott, but at the fraction of the cost of AZ's Mogollon Rim Country at $6K per acre! Enjoy off-the-grid 4 season living with Cool summers, Monsoon season rains, and enough Winter snow to play in. Washes carry runoff and the water table remains high even during drier times. Be amazed at stunning near-360-degree 100-mile views across a mixed oak, manzanita, juniper wooded valley to 9100' high Mt. Lemmon, 11,000' high White Mts, and 10,000' high Mt. Graham's observatory.Land is situated a an easy access off AZ-77, only a 90 minute-drive from Phoenix and Tucson, only 20 minutes from Globe and the Apache Gold Casino, and 45 minutes from San Carlos Lake. Own a piece of history too! The property is located in the El Capitn Pass area between the Gila and Salt Rivers. A marker on AZ-77 at the top of the Pass explains the unique history of the area. It was traversed by the 1300s Salado Indians (large village ruins are near Globe), the Spanish in 1600s-1700s, and American fur trappers such as Kit Carson and James ''Ohio'' Pattie in the 1820s. General Stephen Watts Kearny used it during the 1846-1848 Mexican-American War, as did the US Army vs. the Apache in the 1870s. After US control, ranchers and miners settled the area. Numerous hiking trails in the Tonto National Forest lead to springs and old mine shafts. Indians used the land to hunt, and grind pinion nuts and oak acorns. The spacious 40-acre parcel affords a lot of elbow room for a no-HOA home site, subdivide, or just to escape urban living. Must see to appreciate!
    Exterior Features

    Lot Size Dimensions Unknown Parcel Size 40.00 - 79.99 Acres

    Property Features

    Electric None Existing Land Use Ranch For Sale Or Lease Sale Gas Other (See Rmks) Hoa YN N Hoa2 YN N New Financing Cash Sewer Septic Special Listing Conditions N/A Tax Year 2020 Taxes 35.00 Water None Zoned Presently Ranch Zoning Ranch

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