Arizona land for sale- this one is ready to be built on! Great 1.25 acre lot in Maricopa county with electrical service nearby

White Tank Mountain

Property Description:  

Have a closer look at this 1.25 acre lot for sale in majestic Maricopa county. It is in an area that is surrounded by beautiful land and desert vegetation. What’s more, it is just a short 30 minute drive West of Downtown Phoenix. The property is also close to Salome Highway and 351st Avenue, with electricity approximately 400 feet distant from the property line. Do you want great views? Then look to the East, where you can see the White Tank Mountains. This lot is perfect for your new home!

Property Details:

  • Status:   Sold
  • Sale Price:  $3,496.74
  • State:  Arizona
  • County:  Maricopa
  • Closest Community/City To The Property:  Maricopa, AZ
  • APN (Assessor's Parcel Number):  504-33-043H
  • Size:  1.25 AC
  • Short Legal:  N2 of the NE4 of teh SW4 of the NE4 of the SW4 of Section 30, Township 1 North, Range 5 West
  • Zoning:  Vacant Land
  • Terrain:  Rolling hills Few Trees
  • Road Access:  Yes - Unknown
  • Electricity:  In Area (0-2 miles)
  • Water:  Please check with county
  • Sewer:  Please check with county
  • Annual Taxes/ HOA Dues:  $184.70

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What's Happening in Maricopa County, Arizona?

Maricopa County is located in the central part of the U.S. state of Arizona. As
of July 2006 its population was 3,768,123, which ranks fourth among the nation's
counties and is greater than the population of 23 states. The county seat is Phoenix,
which is Arizona's largest city and capital. The center of population of Arizona
is located in Maricopa County.
The population explosion is evident in a 2007 Forbes Magazine study which ranked
four of Maricopa County's municipalities in the top ten fastest-growing cities
in the nation
There are several Indian reservations located in the county. The largest of these
are the Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community (East of Scottsdale) and the
Gila River Indian Community (South of Phoenix).

County Profile!

Geography:
Total area: 9,224 square miles
Total land area: 9,203 square miles
Total water area: 21 square miles

4th most populous county in US, 14th largest county in the US
Demographics:
Demographic Make Up of Maricopa County (as of 2005)
Non Hispanic (71.0%)
Hispanic (29.0%)
Climate:
Average winter high temperature: 65.9 degrees
Average summer high temperature: 105.9 degrees
Average winter low temperature: 41.2 degrees
Average summer low temperature: 81 degrees
All of Arizona is on the Mountain Standard Time - year round. When other parts
of the country go on daylight savings time, Arizona remains on standard time.

Economy:

While the county was previously maintained by tourism and resource-based sectors,
it has evolved into highly technical manufacturing including electronics and
aerospace. It is also becoming well-known as a center for customer service,
distribution and other services. A large number of large corporation have re-located
their headquarters into this metropolitan area. The largest employers in the
private sector are varied industries such as health services, retail stores,
manufacturing, computer technology and grocery distribution.

Politics:

Maricopa County is one of the most conservative urban areas in the country.
While the city of Phoenix leans Democratic, the rest of the county tends to
vote heavily Republican. Every Republican Presidential candidate has won Maricopa
County since 1948.

Education:

Colleges in Maricopa County include American Indian Coll of the Assemblies of
God Inc, Arizona State University - East Campus, Arizona State University -
Main Campus, Arizona State University - West Campus, Chandler/Gilbert Community
College, GateWay Community College, Glendale Community College, Grand Canyon
University, International Baptist College, and the International Institute of
the Americas, among many others.

Local Hot Spots

Attractions & Other Information

There are many places to go and things to see in the area. Among these are:
Arizona Chamber Symphony
Arizona Opera (also in Tucson)
Arizona Science Center
Desert Botanical Garden
Chandler Center for the Arts
Heard Museum of Anthropology and Primitive Arts
Grady Gammage Auditorium (at ASU)
Nelson Fine Arts Center (at ASU)
Phoenix Art Museum
Phoenix Symphony
Phoenix Zoo
Shemer Art Center
Symphony Hall
Taliesin West, former summer home of famed architect, Frank Lloyd Wright

SPORTS & RECREATION

Outdoor recreation abounds in the area. Among the offerings are:
The Arizona Cardinals (NFL Football)
Phoenix Suns (NBA Basketball)
Phoenix Mercury (WNBA Basketball)
Arizona Diamondbacks (Major League Baseball)
Phoenix Coyotes (NHL Hockey)
Arizona Rattlers (Arena Football)
Cactus League (professional baseball spring training)
Professional golf tournaments during the season
Phoenix Greyhound Park Racing
Phoenix International Raceway
Golf Courses - 25 within 15 minutes
The Fiesta Bowl
Sun Devil Stadium


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