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Posted: Saturday, December 17, 2016 12:21 PM

Total Price for 7.6 Acres $6,995. $995 Down Payment, Owner will carry $6k for 5 years @ 7.5% interest Payments $120.23/Month.
No Qualifying
No Prepayment penalty
No closing Cost

APN# 111-22-570B
Property address: 6276 Mesa View Dr

This 7.6 Acre Ranch Property is located in the much sought after CHEVELON CANYON RANCH UNIT 4 subdivision North of Heber-Overgaard AZ.  There are two fully-automated water wells providing free water to both visiting and resident POA members or of course private wells can be drilled instead if the owner desires.  Maintenance of of dirt/gravel roads within the subdivision to assure access to every property.  Community Park and Ramada, and central trash dumpster service (residents don’t have the exorbitant expense of hauling their trash to town, and visiting members need not haul their trash home).  This property should provide an excellent short to long-term investment in an area that has all of the conveniences of an urban development nearby but located in a private and rural like setting.  This is one of the most beautiful and spectacular areas of the state. 

The parcel is located in the secluded high county of the Colorado Plateau in Arizona. Grasslands punctuated with stands of pinon-juniper pines that grade into Ponderosa Pine and Aspen at higher elevations are characteristic of the region. The terrain of the region is typically flat to rolling with frequent outcrops of ancient sandstone and deeply incised river canyons. Nearby are the dramatic geological formations of the San Francisco Peaks, the Grand Canyon, the Petrified Forest/Painted Desert and Monument Valley.

APN:    111-22-570B
SIZE:    7.6 Acres±
COUNTY:    Navajo
ZIP CODE:    85928
LEGAL DESCRIPTION:    That part of Section 30, Township 16 North, Range 17 East of the Gila and Salt River Base and Meridian, records of Navajo County, Arizona, described as follows: Parcel “2” according to the record of survey in the office of the county recorder of Navajo County, Arizona, recorded in Book 62, Page 38.  AKA: CHEVELON CANYON RANCH UNIT 4: Portion of LOT 570 BEG NE COR LOT 570; TH S01*10'52 E 372.82' TPOB; TH S01*10'32 E 372.82'; TH S81*29'41 W 951.02'; TH N00*12'53 W 332.17'; TH N79*01'13 E 951.54' TPOB. OUT OF 111-22-570
Property address: 6276 Mesa View Dr
How Do I Get To Chevelon Canyon Ranch?

From Phoenix

Drive highway 87 to Payson. Once in Payson, turn right onto highway 260 to Heber about I mile into Heber, bear left onto highway 277, continue approximately 8 miles to Jct. 377 and turn left onto the 377, continue on for approximately 15 miles to Hutch Road (just past mile marker 15) and turn left on Hutch Road (a county maintained dirt rd.), stay on Hutch Road for about 14 miles to the Chevelon Canyon Ranch entry signs.      

PROPERTY TAX:    Approximately $70/year.  (completely up to date)
ASSOCIATION DUES:    $250/yr.  visit for much more information.
POWER:    In the area but not to the lot line (solar, wind or alternative system)
WATER:    Community Wells - haul water or drill private well or alternative system
SEWER:    N/A (septic or alternative system)
PHONE:    Mobile or Satellite
ROADS:    Maintained Gravel/Dirt
TIME TO BUILD:    There is no time limit to build.
ZONING:    A-General - SINGLE FAMILY: Single family dwellings, agricultural, barns, churches, commercial feed lots*, contractor's yard*, corrals, educational religious charitable or philanthropic institutions, farms, feed stores (5 acre min), fire & police stations, golf courses & driving ranges, guest houses*, home occupations, hospitals, libraries, museums, nurseries, parks, playgrounds, post offices, public schools, public & private forests & wildlife reservations, public riding & boarding stables , quarters for servants & caretakers*, roadside stands, tennis courts, utility facilities.
GPS COORDINATES:    Lat/Lng --> 34.754710, -110.581984
GENERAL LOCATION:  ~ North of Heber, AZ
TYPE OF TERRAIN:    Flat to rolling with beautiful views

Property Area Description:

Chevelon Canyon Ranch (CCR) is located in an off-grid wilderness area in Navajo County, Arizona, 14 miles off Arizona Route 377.  The area is considered “high desert” (about 5800 feet in altitude on average) with most trees being Utah Junipers (6 to 20 feet in height), and there are lots of them.  The area is inhabited by elk, pronghorn antelope, coyotes, rabbits, and occasional cattle, among others, and is considered a “getaway” alternative to the city environments, and that’s how our property owners want to keep it.  The nighttime sky has more stars than most of us have ever seen. 

There are no commercial electrical power or sewer services available, but the CCR Property Owner’s Association (POA) provides free water to members from two community wells. Each well site has a 10,000 gallon storage tank with a well house that contains a propane-powered, auto-start generator to run the well pump that automatically maintains water in the tank.  Members need only bring their trailered tanks and a special fill hose to dispense as much water as they need, any hour of the day. 

The “Ranch” comprises 32,000 acres, subdivided into approximately 840 lots, varying in size from about 5 acres to 200 acres.    All property owners are automatically members of the CCR POA, which is a registered, non-profit Arizona corporation.  Since we have an Association, we naturally have recorded Declarations of Covenants, Conditions, and Restrictions (CC&Rs), along with Bylaws. Although not very restrictive, these “rules” keep us legal; establish guidelines for property use, Board elections, and assessment collections; document Board policies, procedures, and schedules; and more.  These assure fair and equitable opportunities for all members to enjoy a high quality of life and maintain property values.
The POA collects assessments on each lot, which, as of January 2015, are $250 a year.

Assessment revenues are used for the following services that the POA provides:
• Maintenance of our 125 miles of dirt/gravel roads within the subdivision to assure access to every member’s property (this alone is about 50% of our budget each year)
• Operation and maintenance of two fully-automated water wells providing free water to both visiting and resident POA members
• Publishing, processing, and mailing of annual Board nomination applications, annual Board ballots, annual newsletter, and our annual budget and Year-End financial statement
• Retention of services of a Management Company for assessment management, accounting, and new-owner information kits as required by law
• Legal services on an as-needed basis for disputes, lawsuits, and collections
• POA Liability insurance
• Maintenance of our website, which is our official real-time communications instrument
• Maintenance of our community park and Ramada, and central trash dumpster service (residents don’t have the exorbitant expense of hauling their trash to town, and visiting members need not haul their trash home)
• An Annual Meeting (required by law), usually in the Phoenix area, and two BBQ/pot-lucks at our park each year.
Buyer/s are encouraged and responsible to do their due diligence thoroughly, including a physical inspection of property if at all possible and make sure that property is suitable to their needs. All information and pictures in this listing comes from accurate sources and is to the best of my knowledge but is not guaranteed.
Here is my contact information:, Or Call:602 550-5656
First go see the property and do all the research you need. When you*re ready to make the deal there are a few options you can chose from. If your in Phoenix area or willing to travel close to me we can meet in person. I do have a business account with Wells Fargo Bank. If you make a small deposit in my account or send a deposit directly to me by mail I will delete my ad and secure the property for you. I can prepare all the documents at no additional charge to you or you can use a title company of your choice and pay them all the closing cost. This option will require a minimum $2,000 for the down payment. Final option is to use a escrow service. We use an escrow service called Safefunds (read how it works on their website). Basically we will open an escrow account into which you transfer the funds. The money will then be held in that account until you have received the documents  from us, whereupon Safefunds releases the money to us. This option is also very cheap but it will require you to open a free account at their website. My user ID with Safefunds is BIBI12.

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