If you are interested in reserving this parcel, click “Reserve Now” button for any of the payment options. You will be redirected to our payment page to make the initial reservation payment.
Cash: $300 down and a one-time $250 doc fee to hold the property. Sign purchase contract. Send final payment within 21 days. Deed is notarized to you. Enjoy!
Owner Finance Terms: $300 down and a one-time $250 doc fee online to hold. There is a $10/mo loan servicing fee along with prorated taxes. Ask about our 6mo same as cash option as well.
**Owner financing available! No credit checks and low monthly payments.**
*Clear title with no back taxes or liens*
If you live in the Phx Metro area, you know how many people head up North to Payson and Concho on the weekends. Find out for yourself why this area is so precious!
No time limit to build! Camping allowed!
Over an acre of land to call yours!
Close to many lakes and reservoirs!
Houses, RVs, manufactured homes, barns, garages, tiny homes, and sheds are allowed in Apache County.
This property is zoned AG, so farming and animals are allowed.
Parcel ID: 201-40-126A
Please look at map below to see location. We suggest you plan on alternate routes and or map recon before looking for land.
Important: You cannot build or permanently live on the land until its paid off.
Solar or Pole
Well or Haul
Petrified Forest National Park is an American national park in Navajo and Apache counties in northeastern Arizona. Named for its large deposits of petrified wood, the park covers about 346 square miles. The site extends into the Painted Desert, was declared a national monument in 1906 and a national park in 1962.
Drew is the actual owner and not a realtor. DiTina (pronounced dye-teena) is Drew’s rockstar Land Specialist and General Manager and she is an expert on answering all your questions about vacant land.
Google maps on your phone has an option for 3D. You can see any property line in the US. It’s a faint grey line. This does not count as an official survey but is very helpful.
Please go prepared if you are looking at properties. Print a map and know a few different ways to get there. Google is not always accurate in rural areas. Kindly give us notice when you are going to view a property. We do not meet people on the land. Also, we can offer you what we have listed here on our website as well as anything we have not listed yet- so ask us what other land we might have!