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SALE! Credit with Closing by 5/31 on this Super Homesite with Views, Utilities


Sale... Just reduced AND closing credit of $3500 with traditional financing or cash by 5/31. Dont wait!!! This is a perfect property to build a new home. It is located just minutes off of the I-17 making travel to the mountains or the Phoenix unbelievably convenient. Enjoy 360-Degree views of the surrounding mountain ranges with many beautiful hiking and riding trails nearby. This level lot has power and water available. Horses are welcome and there is no HOA! Great news - 12 months Same As Cash as well as conventional lending are available.

Why is Black Canyon City a great place to build and live?

Scenic Beauty and Outdoor Activities - The town is situated amidst stunning desert terrain and offers residents access to a wide range of outdoor activities. Whether you enjoy hiking, mountain biking, off-roading, or simply taking in the breathtaking scenery, Black Canyon City provides ample opportunities for nature enthusiasts.

Peaceful and Relaxed Lifestyle - As a small community, Black Canyon City offers a quieter and more peaceful lifestyle compared to larger urban areas. This can be appealing for individuals or families seeking a slower pace of life and a close-knit community atmosphere.

Proximity to Natural Attractions - The town's location provides easy access to nearby natural attractions such as Lake Pleasant, which offers boating, fishing, and water sports, as well as the Agua Fria National Monument and its ancient petroglyphs.

Small-Town Community - Living in a small town like Black Canyon City often means that you'll have the chance to know your neighbors and be part of a close-knit community. This can lead to strong social connections, a sense of belonging, and the opportunity to get involved in local events and initiatives.

Stargazing - The clear desert skies provide an excellent opportunity for stargazing. With less light pollution compared to larger cities, residents can enjoy a clearer view of celestial bodies.

Outdoor Events and Festivals - The town often hosts various outdoor events and festivals that celebrate the local culture, arts, and natural surroundings. These events can provide entertainment and opportunities for socializing.

Health and Wellness Focus - The serene environment and access to outdoor activities can contribute to a healthier and more active lifestyle. Additionally, the surrounding natural beauty can have positive effects on mental well-being.

Contact us today so this super lot doesn't slip away. There are very few options in this area.

Legal: Squaw Valley MP 6/23 The NW4 OF Lot 28 SEC 34-9-2E Cont 0.50Ac
Cash, Traditional or 12 Months Same As Cash.

Enjoy nice country living on a half acre of land in Yavapai County

Property Information

Parcel Size

.5 acre





Nearest Cities




Parcel Number(s)




MLS Number


Lot Square Footage



2000 feet






Squaw Valley



Annual Taxes


Road Access

S Caballo Terrace from Hwy 69

Road Type


GPS Coordinates

34.076411, -112.142226


Electric to lot


City water



Legal Description

Squaw Valley MP 6/23 The NW4 OF Lot 28 SEC 34-9-2E Cont .50Ac

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Kendall M. Weesner  | Long Realty Covey Luxury Properties

Nearby Cities and Attractions

Phoenix, Arizona

Phoenix is the capital of Arizona and 5th largest city in the United States. With over 1.6 million residents, it is also one of only two state capitals with a population of more than one million people. Phoenix is the anchor of the Phoenix metropolitan area, also known as the Valley of the Sun, which in turn is part of the Salt River Valley. Known for its warm temperatures and over 300 days of sun a year, you’ll be able to enjoy the abundance of activities here all year around. 

Phoenix holds the perfect climate for your outdoor adventures. If you enjoy hiking or biking, more than 41,000 acres of Phoenix desert and mountain parks and preserves offer everything from busy, arduous summit climbs to secluded, meandering valley walks. 40 trailheads provide access to more than 200 miles of trails. You can admire the displaying cacti and numerous native plants and fauna within the city limits or at the one of a kind Desert Botanical Garden. 

The tourist industry is the longest running of today’s top industries in Phoenix. With more than 500 hotels and 40 resorts, greater Phoenix sees over 16 million visitors each year, most of whom are leisure travelers. Sky Harbor Airport, which serves the Greater Phoenix area, serves about 40 million passengers a year, ranking it among the nation’s 10 busiest airports. One of the biggest attractions of the Phoenix area is golf, with over 200 golf courses. Some of the most popular sites in the city include: Japanese Friendship Garden, Historic Heritage Square, Phoenix Mountains Park, Pueblo Grande Museum, Tovrea Castle, Camelback Mountain, Hole in the Rock, Mystery Castle, St. Mary’s Basilica, Taliesin West, the Wrigley Mansion, Phoenix Zoo, and South Mountain Park. In addition to the sites of interest in the city, there are many attractions near Phoenix, such as Agua Fria National Monument, Arcosanti, Casa Grande Ruins National Monument, Lost Dutchman State Park, Montezuma’s Castle, Montezuma’s Well, and Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. Phoenix also serves as a central point to many of the sights around the state of Arizona, such as the Grand Canyon, Lake Havasu, Meteor Crater, the Painted Desert, the Petrified Forest, Tombstone, Kartchner Caverns, Sedona and Lowell Observatory in Flagstaff. Phoenix is also home to several professional sports franchises, and is one of only 13 U.S. metropolitan areas to have representatives of all four major professional sports leagues. 

The city contains many options for higher learning. Arizona State University is the region’s largest institution of higher education. While its main campus is in Tempe, ASU also has campuses in northwest Phoenix and downtown Phoenix. An independent, LCME accredited, four-year medical school of the University of Arizona College of Medicine is near ASU’s downtown Phoenix campus. The Maricopa County Community College District includes ten community colleges and two skills centers throughout Maricopa County, providing adult education and job training. Phoenix College, part of the district, was founded in 1920 and is the oldest community college in Arizona and one of the oldest in the country. 

Show Low, AZ

Show Low is a city in Navajo County, Arizona. It lies on the Mogollon Rim in east central Arizona, at an elevation of 6,345 feet. The city was established in 1870 and incorporated in 1953 with a current population around 12,000.

According to a legend, the city’s unusual name resulted from a marathon poker game between Corydon E. Cooley and Marion Clark. The two men were equal partners in a 100,000-acre ranch; however, the partners determined that there was not enough room for both of them in their settlement, and agreed to settle the issue over a game of “Seven Up” (with the winner taking the ranch and the loser leaving)] After the game seemed to have no winner in sight, Clark said, “If you can show low, you win.” In response, Cooley turned up the deuce of clubs (the lowest possible card) and replied, “Show low it is.” As a tribute to the legend, Show Low’s main street is named “Deuce of Clubs” in remembrance.

In 2002, a large forest fire, the Rodeo–Chediski Fire, threatened the city and forced an evacuation. The fire was extinguished less than a half mile from the city’s border, and Show Low was completely spared. The city is near extensive forests, and is a popular recreational area.

Mountain lakes and streams. The forests of the White Mountains and the Mogollon Rim. Four seasons of scenic beauty in an outdoor enthusiasts paradise. Meadows of wild flowers in the spring, cool refreshing summers, the changing colors of fall, and crisp winters of fresh fallen snow. At an elevation of about 6,400 feet, Show Low is the popular high country vacation hub and it shares the astounding beauty and outdoor recreation paradise of Arizona’s White Mountains country with its neighbor towns of Pinetop Lakeside, Taylor, Springerville, Heber-Overgaard, Eagar, St. Johns and the White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation.

Show Low is located in Central-Eastern Arizona about 175 miles northeast of Phoenix and Scottsdale, and about 195 miles from Tucson, so it is a favorite vacation getaway place of the desert-dwellers to escape the heat of summer and to ski the slopes of the nearby Sunrise Ski Resort.

Read the 15 Best Things to Do in Show Low according to The Crazy Tourist HERE

Camp Verde, AZ

Camp Verde is a town in Yavapai County, Arizona with a population of 11,241. With nearly 10,000 years of human habitation by a diversity of cultural groups, the Verde Valley has a long and rich history to share. Archaeologists identify the Valley’s first human inhabitants as belonging to the nomadic Clovis culture, followed by the Hohokam and then the Sinagua who constructed the Tuzigoot Pueblo and the cliff dwelling at Montezuma Castle. Later, the Yavapai and the Apache made their entrance, with white settlers establishing a 200-acre settlement in 1865. Although many of the settlers came to the Valley to farm and ranch, a rich mineral strike in the Black Hills attracted a wave of newcomers to the area. Today, Fort Verde State Historic Park, the Yavapai-Apache Cultural Department, the Camp Verde Historical Society Museum, and the Verde Valley Archaeology Center have all made it their mission to preserve and protect the legacies of these various cultures.

 Along with visiting these historic sites, Camp Verde’s central location, temperate year-around climate, abundant outdoor recreational opportunities, and bucolic setting on the banks of the Verde River make it one of Arizona’s premier tourist destinations. Less than an hour from Phoenix, Flagstaff, Prescott, and Payson, Camp Verde and the surrounding Verde Valley offer numerous venues for visitors interested in history and cultural heritage, boating, hiking, biking, wine tasting, or just taking in the landscape. Add to that mix the Out of Africa Wild Animal Park and Cliff Castle Casino and you can see why Camp Verde caters to all ages and every taste.

About Camp Verde – Visit Camp Verde

Prescott National Forest

The Prescott National Forest established in 1907 is a 1.25 million-acre United States National Forest located in north central Arizona. The forest is located in the mountains southwest of Flagstaff and north of Phoenix in Yavapai County, with a small portion extending into southwestern Coconino County. The forest has 8 designated wilderness areas encompassing over 100,000 acres. There are developed family campgrounds and over 90 undeveloped dispersed campsites which make it easy to enjoy the gentle trails, rock climbing, bouldering, or rafting. This incredible land provides something for everyone to see and do. In addition to its outstanding recreational opportunities, it is a repository of clean water, diverse wildlife habitat, and many historic and prehistoric sites. The scenic landscapes range from cactus-studded desert to pine-clad mountains. This variety, coupled with a wide range in elevation (from 3,000 to 8,000 feet), offers outstanding recreational opportunities all year long.

Arizona Snowbowl Winter Resort

Perfect corduroy on bluebird days, untracked powder in the upper bowl, drinks on the deck of Agassiz Lodge, and epic views of the Grand Canyon. This is what you love about skiing and riding at Snowbowl. Home to Arizona’s longest ski season, over 260 inches of annual snowfall on average, and a state-of-the-art snowmaking system, Snowbowl offers the premier winter experience from mid-November through the end of April. The resort continues to undergo impressive capital improvements, including three new chairlifts in the past three years, an expanded rental shop, a new restaurant, and a pedestrian overpass. With the best learning terrain in the west and certified, bilingual instructors, Snowbowl is the perfect place for first-timers learning how to ski or snowboard. Plus, avid winter enthusiasts enjoy the 2,300 ft vertical rise, a variety of trails, three terrain parks, and premier tree skiing.