This lot is amazing for a bunch of reasons. First off, it’s one lot from the Tonto National Forest / Superstition Mountain Wilderness, and it’s one of only a handful of undeveloped lots this close to the mountain.
(The view from the center of the West property line)
Secondly, it’s only a few hundred feet from the Siphon Draw trailhead into the Wilderness from the Lost Dutchman State Park, and it’s easy walking distance from The Mining Camp Restaurant.
Finally, and maybe the most amazing thing, is that it was split before the current CR1A zoning took effect. That means that it is certified for nonconforming use, and each .63 acre lot can be built on and sold separately, as long as you meet the other requirements of CR1A (setback, accessibility, etc).
The owner is willing to sell the smaller lots separately for $70,000 each, or he has both lots listed at $119,000.
A great price and some of the best views in Arizona. What else could you ask for?
Sunset looking West
You can see the MLS listing here.
And the parcel map from Pinal County here.
And here’s a link to The Mining Camp Restaurant website just for good measure!