Maricopa, AZ Pinal Country Land 1. acre for sale in Maricopa, AZ

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1.25 Acres in Maricopa, AZ for only $27,988.00 or pay only $329.00 per month. This parcel last sold for $125,000 in 2006 so when the market comes back around you can make a HUGE profit!

This land is in the Pinal County, Arizona and a great investment or retirement lot. Amazing views and location for this lot. There is a custom home build adjacent to this 1.25 acres on it another 1.25 acre lot. This parcel is the Land ONLY. This has electricity right to the lot line with mountain views from every angle standing on the lot. The site address is 54560 W Quail Run Rd Maricopa, AZ 85139.

Harrahs Casino is on Maricopa with a resort hotel. All stores/schools are within a 10 miles from this lot. Easy access as you can drive your car to this lot.

Property Profile

Zoning- Residential

GPS- 32.964032,-112.154876

Lot size- 1.25 acres

APN# 510-47-007S

Legal Description- COM @ E CORNER SEC 28-5S-2E TH W-659.45 TH N-30 TH W-164.86 TO POB TH W-164.86 TH N-330.3 TH E-164.87 TH S-330.3 TO POB AKA LOT 1 OF SUR BK-12 PG-262 1.25 AC

Elevation: 1,359

Water- Well- (Water lines are in the area but not to the lot)

Sewer- Septic (Sewer lines are in the area but not to the lot)

Power- In front of lot

Phone- In area but not to the lot

Time limit to build- None, but once you begin construction must be completed within one year. Modular, mobile and custom homes allowed.

Association Fees- None

Taxes- about $200.00 per year and are current

Title- Free and clear with No liens- (We guarantee this land has a free and clear title we will give your money back)

Please do your own due diligence as you should do with any land purchase. This land is sold as is and all information provided is at the best of our knowledge. ALL PROSPECTIVE BUYERS ARE URGED TO RESEARCH THIS INFORMATION TO THEIR OWN SATISFACTION PRIOR TO BUYING THIS PROPERTY.

  • Price: $27,988

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