1.59 Acre Off Grid Cut-de-Sac Lot with Scattered TREES & Great Views Near Seligman Arizona – Invest in This Growing Area for Only $169/Month!

Altair, Yavapai County, Arizona

This gorgeous 1.59 acre lot is remote and has TONS of large trees throughout. Its the perfect spot to call home, or just have a home away from home in the Arizona wilderness. Nearby Seligman has some amenities available, including shopping, a general store, and limited dining and auto services. The small town is quaint and has embraced its Route 66 roots. If you are looking to simplify life and get away from the concrete jungle this is the place to do it!

Invest in something that will help you keep up with inflation….. LAND! Curious about the buying process?  Check out this short YouTube video!!! to see just how easy it is!

Ready to escape the city… do it here! This lot is the perfect spot to get away from the city on weekends and enjoy time with friends and family!  Spark up the campfire and chat about your adventures of the day!  Hike around Red Rock State Park, kayak and picnic under Devils Bridge, Climb Bell or Cathedral rock, or just relax and enjoy the stunning views all around!

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Seligman is only 30 minutes away and was once a sleepy railroad town, and is now the famous start of the iconic Route 66 drive.  The town was even the inspiration for the storyline and topography of the little town in Pixar’s animated feature Cars!  The town is filled with nostalgic treasures like classic cars and retro neon signs.  Its a history buffs dream come true!  Step back in time and enjoy the simple life before headed back to the chaos of the city. Check just a few of the things Yavapai county has to offer down below.

You will also only be an hour from the amazing Grand Canyon, and an hour from Kaibab and Coconino National Forests!

This property is perfect for someone who wants to get off-grid and disconnect from the busy city life. There’s no better climate than Northern Arizona— a perfect temperature for snowbirds during the winter and a fantastic playground during the summer for locals due to being 20 or 30 degrees cooler than Phoenix over the summer.

Yavapai County, Arizona, offers a range of attractions and activities for visitors. Here are some things you can do while you’re there:

  1. Grand Canyon National Park: While the majority of the Grand Canyon is in Coconino County, Yavapai County borders it to the west, offering easy access to the South Rim. Experience breathtaking views, hiking trails, and visitor centers that provide information about the canyon’s geology and history.
  2. Prescott: Explore the historic downtown area of Prescott, known for its Victorian architecture, Whiskey Row, art galleries, shops, and restaurants. Visit the Sharlot Hall Museum to learn about Arizona’s territorial history.
  3. Jerome: This former mining town turned artist colony is perched on the side of Cleopatra Hill and offers stunning views of the Verde Valley. Explore the town’s historic buildings, art galleries, shops, and restaurants. Don’t miss the Jerome State Historic Park, which includes the Douglas Mansion and offers insights into the town’s mining history.
  4. Sedona: While Sedona is primarily in Coconino County, parts of it extend into Yavapai County. Known for its red rock formations, Sedona offers outdoor activities like hiking, mountain biking, and jeep tours. Visit art galleries, enjoy the scenic beauty, and experience the spiritual vortex sites.
  5. Verde Valley Wine Trail: Discover the vineyards and wineries of the Verde Valley, which produce a variety of wines in a beautiful desert setting. Many wineries offer tastings and tours.
  6. Watson Lake: Located just outside Prescott, Watson Lake offers opportunities for fishing, kayaking, canoeing, hiking, and picnicking amidst stunning granite boulders and clear blue waters.
  7. Tuzigoot National Monument: Explore the ruins of a Sinagua pueblo perched on a hilltop overlooking the Verde Valley. The visitor center provides information about the archaeological site and the Native American history of the region.
  8. Outdoors Activities: Enjoy outdoor activities like hiking, camping, fishing, and birdwatching in the Prescott National Forest, the Bradshaw Mountains, or along the Verde River.
  9. Wildlife Viewing: Yavapai County is home to diverse wildlife, including mule deer, elk, javelina, and a variety of bird species. Consider visiting wildlife refuges or scenic spots known for wildlife viewing opportunities.
  10. Stargazing: With its clear desert skies and minimal light pollution in many areas, Yavapai County offers excellent stargazing opportunities. Consider visiting observatories or finding a remote spot for a night under the stars.

Zoning: RCU35- rural residential – No minimum square footage to build and no time limit. Maximum sq footage for a home is 10% of the property.
Manufactured homes are allowed but not mobile homes.
Yavapai Planning & Zoning Ordinance PDF

– Dwelling unit (site built) for one (1) family on any one (1) lot

– 1 Guest Home with a minimum parcel size of seventy thousand (70,000) square feet.

– Multi-Sectional Manufactured Homes. To be permitted, Multi-Sectional Manufactured Homes must conform to all provisions.

DESIGN/PERFORMANCE STANDARDS for Multi-Sectional Manufactured Homes:

Manufactured Homes:

1. All manufactured homes located within the unincorporated area of Yavapai County shall have an affixed “HUD” label certifying that the unit has been manufactured in accordance with the July 1, 1976 Federal Guidelines promulgated by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD).

2. Mobile homes, as defined in Section 301 (Definitions), are prohibited as dwelling units on individual lots.

3. All multi-sectional manufactured and manufactured homes located on a parcel of land are to be serviced by an approved sewage disposal system prior to habitation.

4. All multi-sectional manufactured homes and manufactured homes shall be skirted with approved material(s). Acceptable material(s) may include block or concrete stem walls, vinyl, aluminum or hardboard sheeting as approved by the Land Use Specialist. Alternative skirting material(s) may be approved by the Land Use Specialist provided the material(s) meet the intent of screening the under-carriage of the unit.

Camping: Lot size of two (2) acres or more. 2. Occupancy limited to ten (10) consecutive days. 3. Frequency may not exceed three (3) times per calendar year with a minimum of thirty (30) day intervals between stays.
RVs: Temporary occupancy of one (1) recreational vehicle or travel trailer as defined in Section 301 (Definitions) and subject to Section 571 (RVs and Travel Trailers Temporary Camping).
RVs and travel trailers may not be connected to utilities while camping. RVs and travel trailers are allowed with a building permit for up to 24 months. 12 month permit to live in an RV or travel travel trailer may be permitted with permission from the Developer Service Director.

One (1) steel storage container or one (1) single storage shed that is 400 square feet or less is allowed prior to a primary use being established on a minimum ten (10) acre parcel, subject to Flood Control requirements and Zoning Clearance Permit, prior to the placement of the unit

Zoning Ordinance: https://www.yavapaiaz.gov/files/sharedassets/public/v/2/development-and-permits/codes-amp-regulations/documents/amended-ord-update-with-pla23-0000121-apprvd-10-18-23.pdf

Link to County Zoning Info: https://www.yavapaiaz.gov/files/sharedassets/public/v/2/development-and-permits/codes-amp-regulations/documents/amended-ord-update-with-pla23-0000121-apprvd-10-18-23.pdf

Google Map Link: https://maps.app.goo.gl/ueLtpMCRohPG4D8PA
Address: 31582 W Calle, Altair, AZ 86337
4 Corner GPS Coordinates:
35.381708 , -113.038522
35.381431 , -113.038060
35.380515 , -113.038620
35.380522 , -113.038489

Nearby Cities:
Seligman ( 34 Mins / 13.1 Miles )
Ash Fork (39.3 miles, 53 minutes)
BullHead City (105mi 2hr 2min)
Kingman ( 1 Hr , 27 Mins / 71.1 Miles )
Flagstaff ( 1 Hr , 43 Mins / 88.8 Miles )
Las Vegas, NV ( 3 Hr , 4 Mins / 178 Miles )

Notes from Photographer:

From where Google Maps told me to stop on Buena Tierra, I hiked down a large hill and crossed a small wash and started uphill to arrive at the closest corner. The whole property sloped up a tall hill. Each of the four corners was able to be walked to with the appropriate footwear. Looking at the layout of the property versus the map, I would advise a client to travel further down to the next street (Cii Atlair) to approach the property with a shorter walk. The ground was covered with grasses, small and large rocks, and quite a few pinon and pine trees. Cell phone signal was 1-3 bars (Verizon).

Overall impression of the property:  The property has no nearby utilities but is situated in an incredible area as far as views go. The valley to the north and multiple hills/mountains in the distance, combined with the tranquil surroundings, make this an amazing area to build an small off-grid dwelling on the southern half of the property. The neighbors in the area were living in pre-fabricated buildings (e.g. converted sheds with solar panels) or trailers/RVs. Further out, there were some single family houses. The homes in the area were noted to make use of both solar and windmills for power, and some had water cisterns.

Want to see the full picture file and drone video? Call, email or text Kristy at 971-248-6715 or Sales@genfamland.com


Discount Cash Price: $5,799.00 plus a $399 doc fee (non-refundable), or alternatively…

Owner Financing Price: $6,799, a $399 document fee (non-refundable) and $201 of equity for a total of $600 down. Payment as low as $169 per month.

  • We are a small family business. Because our owner, Dave Denniston, enjoys making land ownership available to families like yours who want to create memories for years to come we are flexible and can make this property fit any budget. We offer owner financing with a land contract. We will transfer with a warranty deed and always guarantee a clean title.
  • Contact Kristy Limon today!

Phone/Text: (971) 248-6715
Email: sales@genfamland.com

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Property Details

Subdivision: Bridge Canyon Country Estates
Street Address: 31582 W Calle
City: Altair
State: Arizona
County: Yavapai
Zip Code: 86337
Size: 1.59
APN: 301-45-064
Legal Description: Bridge Canyon Country Estates Unit No. 20, Lot 4051. BRIDGE CANYON COUNTRY ESTATES UNIT #20 LOT 4077
Google Maps: Click Here!
coordinates: NW corner: 35.381708 , -113.038522 NE corner: 35.381431 , -113.038060 SW corner: 35.380515 , -113.038620 SE corner: 35.380522 , -113.038489
Annual Taxes: $32/year or ($3/mo) - pro-rated is included within the monthly payment for owner financed properties


Residential – see above for description.
Access: Dirt Road
Sewer: would need Septic installed
Water: Water Delivery to a cistern is the best option
Utilities: Solar or Generator

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The initial investment is only $600

$201 down + $399 document fee

We are a small family business and can be flexible and can make this fit any budget that can meet our minimums. Our owner Dave Denniston enjoys making land ownership available to families like ours who want to make memories for years to come. We can owner finance with a land contract. We can transfer with a warranty deed and guarantee a clean title.

Contact Kristy Limon today!
Phone/Text: (971) 248-6715
Email: sales@genfamland.com

$6,799 (plus interest & $399 document fee) NO QUALIFYING | NO PREPAYMENT PENALTIES
$5,799 Plus $399 document fee
$169/month INCLUDES prorated property taxes and note servicing fee.