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Apache County , Arizona

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This is a great opportunity to own your own property in beautiful scenic Apache County, Arizona. These parcels are secluded, lush, high country property with spectacular mountain and/or plain views, ideal year round weather and is surrounded by many recreational opportunities, convenient shopping and services nearby.

Land ownership opportunities of this quality in the West are rare. These lots provide an excellent short to long term investment in an area that has all the conveniences of an urban development but located in a private and rural lake setting.

Close by is the town of St. Johns, Arizona, a charming country town with ample shopping, services, restaurants and medical facilities. The pioneering town stays close to its roots with many country festivals, along with annual rodeo and a spectacular Fourth of July celebration. St. Johns is the County Seat of Apache County.

This area is renowned for finding artifacts such as: petrified wood, fossils, arrowheads, and many other treasures that the area has to offer.

Land such as this is being sold as fast as it can be placed for sale and will not last long. Only 17% of Apache County has land available for private ownership. There are thousands of acres of State and Federal land in the immediate area, so you can go horseback riding, hiking, etc.

White Mountain area activities include but are not limited to A-1 Lake; Becken Lake; Big Lake; Bunch Reservoirs; Concho Lake; Crescent Lake; Hawley Lake; and numerous other lakes and reservoirs.

The City of St. Johns has a population of 3,865 and is located in the Northeast portion of Arizona, approximately 18 miles West of the Arizona/New Mexico border, at an elevation of 5,730 feet. St. Johns is a jumping off point for numerous prehistoric dwellings, Petroglyph Trails, and archaeological finds. The Petrified Forest, 43 miles Northwest of St. Johns, is the largest forest of petrified wood from the Triassic time on earth. Nearby, the Painted Desert attracts thousands of visitors each year.

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