Parcel Number: 406-13-181
Legal Description:College Park Section 11
Location:El Espanto Drive (Dirt roads in development), Douglas, AZ 85607
Zoning:Single Family REsidential - RV's and Modulars permitted
Lot Size:0.19 Acres
Road Access:Desert Country Road ..hard dirt surfaces
Utilities:septic/well electric - solar or generator
Taxes:10 per year
At only minutes from Arizona State Owned Properties and the Mexican Border. Like beautiful desert views? 1,000?s of acres for you to explore on horseback, dune buggies, atvs, dirt bikes etc. The ideal vacation spot for those wanting to get away from it all while remaining only a few miles from the city for supplies, restaurants and entertainment. Drive your RV out there for the winter with 65-75 degree days and 40 degree nights. Only rains about 12 inches a year and is sunny 95% of the year. We are surprised that more people don?t know about this place. Perfect retirement living, excellent health care, golf courses all around. Top notch Police Department and home office of the Arizona Border Patrol. Douglas sits on the border of Mexico and USA.
As for things to do, there is Bisbee, AZ which is an Artistry Town filled with local Artists showing off their wares and if you went North your only 50 miles away from Tombstone / Wyatt Earp an where the gun fight at the OK Corral took place. Tucson is only 100 miles away. Or do nothing and just enjoy the scenery and sunsets in beautiful Southern Arizona.
These parcels are located in Douglas, AZ (population 17,378 as of the 2010 census) Douglas is situated approximately 120 miles East Tucson, 35 miles West of the New Mexico border, 5 miles North of Mexico. Douglas has a history of mining and is home to a border crossing to Mexico.
Douglas is located in Cochise county (also known as the ?Land of Legends?) in the Southeastern part of Arizona. The county is larger than the entire state of Connecticut and is rich in stories from days gone by of the true old west.
This region is geographically diverse, from winding rivers and mountain scenery to rugged desert canyon lands to the sprawling mesas, sand dunes, and thousands of acres for nature lovers in the Coronado National Forest to explore.