The median home value in Hackberry, AZ is $199,900.
the county median home value of $171,900.
The national median home value is $185,800.
The average price of homes sold in Hackberry, AZ is $199,900.
Approximately 46.81% of Hackberry homes are owned,
compared to 5.32% rented, while
47.87% are vacant.
Hackberry real estate listings include condos, townhomes, and single family homes for sale.
Commercial properties are also available.
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MOTIVATED OWNER HAS REDUCED PRICE AND MAY CARRY! Beautiful 38 acre lot high up in the Juniper/Pinion belt. August 2016 Well Estimate expects water at 355 feet, about $9300 to drill your well. Mild year round weather, abundant wildlife, low annual road maintenance fees and incredible views. This would be a great place to build a house or to create a hunting or vacation retreat. Spring Valley Ranches are near the Ghost Town of Hackberry on old Route 66, which used to be the main road across this part of the West. This site makes a good base for day trips to Grand Canyon, Lake Mead, Lowell Observatory, or Las Vegas. You need to see this property to judge it for yourself.
Fabulous remote parcel for your ranch. This 40 acre off-grid parcel has the perfect rock formations for your primary views. Great views of mountains, valleys, canyons and wild life. This is off-grid, remote living at its best! Ideal for green energy/building. Not easy to find the first time which means you will not be bothered by unexpected guests or relatives. Property backs to state land on the east property line. Broker will meet you to show this and another 40 acre exclusive site. Area is in the Big Sandy Aquifer, productive wells possible. Seller will carry at 5% interest with up to 15 year terms. Listing Broker is a member of the ownership group.
This is part of Arizona History, 145 acres of the old Coffer Ranch in Round Valley. This land is near the Big Sandy aquifer and has been used for grazing for many years. 2624 feet of frontage on Hwy 93 makes this an opportunity for commercial use. This parcel is also available for assemblage with MLS 5427382 - the Coffer Ranch homestead parcel with an additional 111 acres of ranch land and structures. No neighbors, no HOA. This is your parcel to start your own ranch or hold for speculation. Sellers may carry with low interest rate. See map in documents tab.
Beautiful large lot with lots of building possibilities in Spring Valley Ranches. Owner may Carry with 20 to 25% down. Varied topology, great views, abundant wildlife, and good water. This property is nestled in the Music Mountains south of Hackberry, Arizona. This part of Northern Arizona has ideal year-round weather, cooler than the deserts to the West and the South and warmer than snowy Flagstaff to the East. The rough, mountain terrain affords seclusion, privacy and great views.
THIRD PRICE REDUCTION! GREAT PRICE Large, almost 40 acre Spring Valley property has panoramic views. High, heavily treed (Pinion and Juniper pines) divided by Rancho Mirada Rd. Owner May Carry! The property boasts incredible views from its 4200 ft, a building pad, privacy, borders private land on the north side and very has easy access. It would be easy to split this parcel and sell part of it. The Spring Valley Ranches Community comprises about 7500 acres, on the easterly slope of the Peacock Mountains, 30 miles northeast of Kingman, AZ. This ranch community is a hidden gem of high, treed land where life is quiet and horses are welcome. The altitude provides mild summers and pleasant winters. Many ranches are energy self-sufficient. Horses are welcome.
High, remote, treed 9.5 acre property about 10 miles from Route 66.Perfect place to create a completely off grid, sustainable place to live. The Spring Valley Ranches comprise about 7500 acres, on the easterly slope of the Peacock Mountains, 30 mis NE of Kingman, AZ. This ranch community is a hidden gem of high, treed land where life is quiet and horses are welcome. The altitude provides mild summers and pleasant winters. The terrain within the ranches varies from gentle rolling hills to steep and mountainous. Wells are common here! Many ranches are energy self-sufficient. The higher parcels boast juniper and pinion pines and the highest are in large Ponderosa pines.
A beautiful 19 acre parcel in Spring Valley Ranches. The parcel is easily accessible from the Ranch entry. This is one of the few parcels that may have access to power from Mohave Electric Co. The Spring Valley Ranches Community comprises about 7500 acres, on the easterly slope of the Peacock Mountains, 30 miles northeast of Kingman, AZ. This ranch community is a hidden gem of high, treed land where life is quiet and horses are welcome. The altitude provides mild summers and pleasant winters. The terrain within the ranches varies from gentle rolling hills to steep and mountainous. Wells are common here! Many ranches are energy self-sufficient. Horses are welcome. Parcel size varies greatly but all afford privacy, miles of hiking and horse trails, and incredible mountain views.
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