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40.75 acres in Apache County, Arizona

Apache County, AZ is a great place to live. Not only is it surrounded by national parks and stunning landscapes, but it’s also home to some of the best sunshine in the country.

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$39,900 total price
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40.75 acres in Apache County, Arizona

Here’s your chance to get away from it all.

You’ve been fantasizing about moving to the great outdoors for a while now, but you’re not quite ready to make the leap. Maybe you need to find a place that’s more affordable or closer to work? Maybe it’s just a matter of finding the right spot?

Whatever the case may be, this 40.75-acre lot in Apache County, Arizona is about as close to nature as you can get without actually being in nature. It’s got plenty of room for your family and pets—and plenty of space for you to build your dream home.

Easy access off County Rd 5020 on a well maintain rd

Utility box on the norther side of the lot

Comes with the camper you see in the pictures. Cell service available

If you’re looking for a quiet place to call home and raise a family, then Apache County might just be the right place for you!

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County Road , Concho, AZ 85924



Apache County was created in 1879 and lies in the northeastern corner of the Territory. Until March, 1895, it also embraced what is now Navajo County, but at that date the latter was set apart and established as a separate county. Apache County is justly noted for its great natural resources and advantages. It is destined some day in the early future to have a large agricultural population. Now, immense herds of cattle and flocks of sheep roam over its broad mesas and its fertile valleys. The Navajo Indians occupy the northern part of the county-in fact, occupy much of the remainder of the county, as they refuse to remain on their reservation, preferring to drive their sheep and cattle on lands outside their reservation, where the grazing is better. The southern part is a fine grazing country, while the northern part is cut up into picturesque gorges and canyons by the floods of past centuries.

In the late 1880s, the county sheriff was Commodore Perry Owens, a legendary Old West gunfighter. At that time, the county covered more than 21,177 square miles (54,850 km2) in territory. In September 1887, near Holbrook in what is now Navajo County, Owens was involved in a famous gunfight: he killed three men and wounded a fourth while serving a warrant on outlaw Andy Blevins/Andy Cooper, a participant in a raging range war, later dubbed the Pleasant Valley War.

In 2015, Apache County had the highest rate of deaths due to motor vehicles in the United States, with 82.5 deaths per 100,000 people.

The Fort Apache Indian Reservation occupies part of the county, as does the Navajo Nation, whose territory extends well beyond it. The Apache and Navajo Nation are federally recognized tribes that long occupied territory here.


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