LandCentral
Well over five acres of desert perfection in an old mining town | LandCentral

Today - Choose monthly payment or 20% Pay in Full Discount

Today - Choose monthly payment or 20% Pay in Full Discount

  • Img 10
  • Img 1
  • Img 2
  • Img 3
  • Img 4
  • Img 5
  • Img 6
  • Img 7
  • Img 8
  • Img 9

$28,997.00

5.75 acres | Agricultural Zoning

Sitting on 5.75 acres this property is full of potential. The historic town is considered a ghost town to some with just over 1,000 full time residents but was once so much more. In 1860’s gold and copper were discovered here and camps began setting up for miners. Come 1908 the camp was officially declared a town and while it was originally named Brayton it is the same as what it is now Bouse. Then, during World War II it was used as a top secret tank training camp. Soldiers who trained there were not allowed to discuss anything that happened with their training with outsiders giving the town a sense of mystery. Come experience it for yourself and make this property your own.

Land Specifics

Property Number 14781
Size 5.75 acres
Dimensions 967.61' x 238.4' x 959.51' x 259.89'
Road Access Dirt Road
Slope Description Mostly Flat
Zoning Agricultural
Zoning Code RA-5 (Rural Agricultural)
Zoning Definition

RA-5 (Rural Agricultural): The RA, Rural Agricultural Zoning Districts are intended to apply to rural areas, on large parcels, for permanent dwellings with agricultural uses and to support agricultural and open space uses. Two (2) residential single family dwellings, including site built homes, park models and manufactured homes, with a building or placement permit and provided all applicable development standards can be met, including those related to wastewater and wastewater disposal. Two (2) Recreational Vehicles per lot occupied by the property owner/renter, provided the vehicles remain licensed and operative and provided all applicable development standards can be met, including those related to wastewater and wastewater disposal. Agricultural Uses: Commercial agriculture and two (2) animal units per acre with the exception of horses. There shall be no limit on the number of horses allowed. Building set-back requirements for accessory structures shall be consistent with current zoning set-backs.

On Property Usage/Potential
  • Farming
Nearby Usage

Location

County La Paz
State Arizona
Property Video Tour
Other Maps

Additional Information

Assessor Parcel Number (APN) 307 02 028
Estimated Annual Taxes $394.98
Legal Description

Subdivision: CABALLO FARMS Lot: 28 Section: 31 Township: 6N Range: 15W

Monthly HOA Dues $0
HOA
HOA Dues $0
HOA Info

Buy this property today!

Select to finance or pay in full.

Finance Terms

Purchase Price $28,997.00
Interest Rate 7.7%
Loan Term 10 years
Total Monthly Payment 0

Due Today

Down Payment $149.00
Document Fee $0.00
Transfer Tax $0.00
Total Due Today: $149.00

Pay in Full Terms

Purchase Price $28,997.00
Your Pay in Full Discount -$5,799.40
Your Price Today = $23,197.60
Document Fee + $0.00
Transfer Tax + $0.00
Total Due Today $23,197.60
Proceed to Payment

100% Secure Transaction

Authorize.Net Merchant - Click to Verify Payment Processing

SSL site seal - click to verify

Compare Properties


Popular Land

View additional popular land in the same area
$35,665.22
Original Price 42000.00 Foreclosed

Begin your Investment Journey with this Easy Beginner Investor Pack

  • Property # 14418
  • Size 0.95 Acres
  • County Pinal
  • State Arizona
View Details
$58,662.23
Original Price 75600.00 Foreclosed

9 Gorgeous Lots in Affordable Investor Pack

  • Property # 14419
  • Size 1.71 Acres
  • County Pinal
  • State Arizona
View Details
$6,800.00

Beautiful lot in a developing community between two major cities

  • Property # 14450
  • Size 0.19 Acres
  • County Pinal
  • State Arizona
View Details

Recent Blog Posts

Where to Invest: Raw Land Market Trends for 2024
By LandCentral

When it comes to real estate, raw land is the foundation upon which dreams are built. But before you can become the next real estate mogul, you first need to understand the market. What’s trending? What’s projected? How to make sure you get that return on investment. But don’t worry, we got you covered. Check out LandCentral’s Where to Invest: Raw Land Market Trends for 2024.

Read More


Return to Land Search