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YUCCA, AZ, 86438 County: mohave county State: AZ Parcel Size: 0.59 acres

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Live in the fifth-largest county in the United States with this .59-acre land in Mohave County, Arizona Description: Enjoy some peace, quiet, and an occasional thrilling adventure with this 0.59 acres of wonderfun in northwest Arizona, Mohave County. Beautiful scenery and rich history are within your reach with the county’s desert landscapes and cacti. With its many square miles of various landscapes, lots of available industrial land, easy access to rail, air, and highway transport, a pro-business government, a ready and able workforce, multiple recreational and cultural activities, and 300-plus days of sunshine a year, Mohave County, Arizona is a prime place to live, work, and play. 58.3 miles away from your property, Bill Williams River National Wildlife Refuge is waiting for you. Situated in central-western Arizona along the Lower Colorado River, the refuge offers a glimpse into what this landscape looked like hundreds of years ago. Today the refuge holds one of the last stands of naturally regenerated cottonwood-willow forest along the Lower Colorado River and is one of the last ecologically functioning river habitats in the southwest United States. Depending on where you go on the refuge there are great opportunities for viewing wildlife so make sure to explore. Have a joy ride and step on the gas for that 170-mile drive to the Bill Williams Overlook. It is an excellent spot to get away from any lake crowns and enjoy some peace and views. The overlook provides scenic views of the dam and the lake so you can have a nice picnic while appreciating the scenery, wind, and wildlife in the area. Just 30.4 miles away, the city of Kingman awaits you. Known as the Heart of Historic Route 66, the city is the perfect stopping point to see historical landmarks in town and explore surrounding destinations like Hualapai Mountain Range or Cerbat Mountain ranges. The historic road’s role in American history is celebrated at the Route 66 Museum, set inside the Powerhouse Visitors Center. While murals, dioramas, and a library can be enjoyed at the Mohave Museum of History and Arts trace local history. This welcoming city is growing and becoming more accommodating to the younger generations and visitors while still maintaining its traditions and uniqueness. Don’t miss this chance. Call us now!

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