38.93 Acres of Your Own Private Recreational Oasis in Tonopah, AZ — Recreation Land

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Discounted Cash Price

$37,995 $59,995
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Seller Financing

$499 Per Month 72 Months
$7,500 Down Payment

Payment Notes

Monthly payment amount based on $7,500 down payment and 0% interest. $15 prorated property taxes and $20 loan service fee will be added to the monthly payment. One-time $250 reservation/document fee.

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Close to Phoenix but a world away from city life! This 38.93 acre recreational property proves you can have it all in Maricopa County with stunning mountain views, lots of space, and a ton of vegetation perfect for hunting, camping, and riding ATVs. This area is one of the last few undeveloped places just west of the metro area. This is raw, vacant land that lies in a floodway. Ideal for recreational use, not for building a house.

Just an hour and fifteen minutes from Phoenix and only 20 minutes off of I-10, this is a very convenient location to get away from the world, see the stars, and become one with nature. If you love to hunt and camp, this is the place for you! Legal access is provided via easement

With an asking price roughly 30% of market value, this property will not last long. You heard that right. The average price for 20-40 acre desert properties in Maricopa County is $3,613 per acre. This property is ONLY $976 per acre. So why am I listing is for so much less?

This property lies in the Centennial Wash which is why there is so much lush vegetation on this prized piece of land. It also means the county will not approve any permanent fixtures to be built on this property. However, the good news is that this property, and much of the surrounding land, will remain undeveloped so you will always have your own private nature reserve indefinitely protected from urban sprawl. Now that’s money well spent!

Land prices are going UP, especially in this area, so don’t miss your chance to own this land while it fits in YOUR budget! No banks, no credit checks, no hassles. This is a rare find close to Phoenix and it won’t last long, so contact me today to make it yours.

Property Information

Parcel Size

38.93 Acres





Nearest Cities

Buckeye, Phoenix

Parcel #


Legal Description

LOT 2 OR SW4 NW4 38.93 AC







Unimproved/Off Road









33.473649, -113.228966






1,197 ft

Purchase Information/Fees


Reserve Now/Document Fee

You may reserve this property right now to begin the purchase process. This will hold the property for 72 hours and allows sufficient time for the paperwork to be completed. This fee is non-refundable.

Nearby Attractions/City

Eagletail Mountains Wilderness

The 100,600-acre (407 km2Eagletail Mountains Wilderness is part of the Eagletail Mountains of central-west Arizona, about 65 miles west of Phoenix. The wilderness is of moderate size, with the Eagletail Mountains forming its northeast perimeter, and the much shorter Cemetery Ridge section, forming its southwest border. The wilderness covers nearly all of the Eagletail Mountains and the plains on its southwest. The wilderness lies at the southeast of the Ranegras Plain, the headwater region of Bouse Wash, and lies adjacent to the northwest border of the extensive Gila Bend Mountains, the mountain range causing the great Gila Bend excursion of the Gila River in Arizona.

Estrella Mountain Regional Park

For the first five or six years Estrella Mountain Park was considered as a community park. However, this perspective of the park began to change in the late 1950’s. A National Recreation Association study completed in 1958 prompted the Maricopa County Parks and Recreation Department to begin applying the concept of Regional Parks to their young parks system. Estrella Mountain Park was one of the parks to be designated as a regional park. By 1962, Estrella Mountain Regional Park, had grown considerably in size and during that fall the first nine holes of the Sierra Estrella Golf Course were opened.

Even though there has been a steady growth and expansion of facilities in the park, development is still limited to a very small portion of the park. Most of the landscape of the park today remains pristine desert, very similar in appearance to the landscape seen by the first European explorers who traveled past these mountains and foothills. These factors that have worked to resist development have preserved a very valuable resource for the Maricopa County Parks system. Estrella Mountain Regional Park contains many untapped resources and excellent potential for providing a greater variety of quality recreation opportunities.


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