These ±1,578 acres are located northwest of Douglas and lie in close proximity to the Bisbee-Douglas International Airport. The acreage is not contiguous but consists of four parcels. (Please refer to the map below) Parcel A, the largest, contiguous holding consists of ±1,000 acres. Parcel B consists of approximately ±320 acres, Parcel C is ±160 acres and Parcel D is ±114 acres.
Currently the property is used by a neighboring ranch to graze livestock and has no tillable or irrigated acreage. The property is located in the Douglas Irrigation Non-expansion Area and has no registered irrigation water rights. There are two registered wells located on the property in Section 25, T22S, R25E, both are designated for livestock purposes.
The property is located just a few miles from Douglas, Arizona, in Cochise County. Douglas is situated on the US/Mexico border and has a port of entry with Mexico across from the city of Agua Prieta, Sonora, Mexico. It is approximately 120 miles to Tucson, AZ. Government is the largest sector of the Douglas economy with the following main employers: Department of Homeland Security, Arizona Department of Corrections, Douglas Unified School and Cochise College. The population of Douglas was 17,378 as of the 2010 census
Douglas-Bisbee International Airport is a public airport located ten miles east of the central business district of Douglas. The airport is owned by the city of Douglas. It is not served by any commercial airlines at this time. Over recent years, there has been relatively little development activity at the Airport.
The larger surrounding area known as the Sulphur Springs Valley is popular for both ranching and farming. The mild climate and fertile ground support a variety of crops, both row crops and orchards. The abundance of native grasses and browse, combined with irrigated pastures, make this a productive area for cattle and other livestock.
The property is located within an easy drive to the popular attractions of the town of Tombstone; the mining town of Bisbee, home of the Copper Queen Mine; the Chiricahua Wilderness; and, Cochise Stronghold.
The property is priced at $500.00 per acre for all acreage. Smaller parcels will be priced at $650 to $700 per acre depending upon size, availability of water and access. Larger parcels will be offered at the lower price and smaller parcels will be offered at the higher price. Please consult with the listing agent.
This information was obtained from sources deemed reliable but is not guaranteed by the broker. Prospective buyers should check all the facts to their satisfaction. The property is subject to prior sale, price change or withdrawal.
|Price||$789,000 ($500/ac) for all; $650-$700 for smaller parcels|
|Property Type||Raw Land|
|Improvements||Fences, 1 dirt tank|
|Utilities||Electric is nearby to some parcels; There are 2 registered wells|
|Taxes||$237.26 (2020) Agricultural Status|
|Comments||Paved access to some parcels|
|Contact||Nancy Belt, 5520-221-0807|
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