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2.27 Acre Land For Sale Near Flagstaff (Williams)

by Bob
(Mesa AZ)





2.27 acres Vacant Land $7,900


Lot Size 2.27 acres

APN: 206-12-060
Kaibab Knolls-West Jessie Way
2.27 Acres
50 miles west of Flagstaff, AZ to Ash Fork, AZ
From Flagstaff, take exit 340B to merge onto I-40 toward Los Angeles (48 miles);
Take exit 146 for I40 BUS/AZ-89 south toward Ash Fork/Prescott (0.6 miles);
Turn right at Interstate 40 Business Loop W. (0.4 miles);
Take the 1st right onto 1st St. and take the 1st right to stay on 1st St.;
Continue onto Double a Ranch Road (4.7 miles);
Turn left at Terry Ln, (2.6 miles);
Turn left at E. View Rd. (0.4 miles);
Take the 3rd right onto Jessie Way (3285 W. Jessie Way, Williams, AZ 86046) (0.3 miles).

Asking Price $7,900 terms, $200 down, $150 monthly payments for 5 years at 8% interest; or $5,500 cash.

Easy road access
Water can be trucked-in for 2-3 cents a gallon
Amenities nearby (4 miles) Piccaddilly Pizza, Zettler's Market, Ash Fork HS, and City Library.

Buildable land with no time limit to build
Set up your Manufactured home
Set up your RV
Great for camping

Bob
AZ Mobile Guy (480) 227-9940
For sale by individual owner



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