Trophey Ridge, OK, Land For Sale
Lake Mohave Estates.
Lake Mohave Heights
, offers high-desert
Kingman, Las Vegas, Bullhead City, Laughlin and the Grand
Canyon. It is a very secluded area for rock hunters, hikers,
and quad runners, and of course casino lovers.
Lake Mohave Heights Estates
This lot is being
offered for sale with financing. Simply make the small down payment,
and the land contracts and coupon books will be mailed to you
immediately. You can start using or building your land while you are
SALES PRICE: $3,500
DOWN PAYMENT: $121
MONTHLY PAYMENT: $150
INTEREST RATE: 9%
10% DISCOUNT ON
REMAINING BALANCE IF PAID EARLY
Lake Mohave Heights Estates
This property has great views of the mountains and is only 1
mile west from highway 93, the main road between Kingman,
Arizona and Las Vegas, Nevada.
This region is geographically diverse, from winding rivers
and mountain scenery to rugged desert canyonlands to the
sprawling mesas, sand dunes, and thousands of acres of
Property is located just 15 miles northwest from Kingman
along N Stewart Mountain Road. No power established to lot,
however there are homes nearby in this Unit. Perfect desert
Kingman, Arizona offers a multitude of activities
ranging from touring Route 66 and the area history,
to antiquing and enjoying outdoor recreational
opportunities. Recreation opportunities abound, with
championship golf, tennis, softball, water sports,
equestrian activities, hiking trails, hunting,
fishing and any number of other outdoor past times
offered. There are two public swimming pools in
INVEST or RESELL!
$22 Per Year
No power or utilities established to this lot
Lake Mohave Heights Estates
Hoover Dam and Lake Mead Recreational Area:
The entire Lake Mead Recreation Area stretches 60 miles and
includes Mohave Lake and Davis Dam. The Colorado River pours
into Lake Mead, the largest man-made lake in the United
States. The imposing 726 foot high Hoover Dam creates it.
The area offers numerous water recreations including,
boating, fishing, water skiing, river rafting, and swimming.
The area's focal point is the London Bridge, which was
transported from London and reconstructed in Lake Havasu.
Area locals call the bridge the world's largest antique.
More than 1 million visitors flock to the area every year to
view the structure that once spanned London's Thames River.
Lake Havasu State Park covers nearly 11,000 acres and 23
miles of shoreline. It provides marinas, camping facilities,
a public swimming beach, fishing, and water sports.
Laughlin, Nevada / Bullhead City, Arizona:
Two bridges span the Colorado River and connect Laughlin and
Bull Head City, Arizona. The Laughlin/Bullhead City airport
accommodates major airlines as well as commuter companies
and many private planes. Five hundred thousand visitors come
to the area each month to enjoy gaming and the cool Colorado
River. Fine dining, nightclubs, health resorts, and shopping
opportunities are found in the area along with 12 major
casinos with a combined 11,500 +/- hotel rooms.
Grand Canyon West:
Panoramic views of the Grand Canyon may be viewed from the
Hualapai Indian Reservation. A bus tour, narrated by one of
the Hualapai Indian guides, gives fascinating information on
the history and legends of the Grand Canyon.
Grand Canyon Caverns:
210 feet underground are the most selenite crystals of any
known cave in North America. The caverns offer an
underground tour of the earth, as it existed 3 million years
Wild burros roam the streets in this old gold mining town.
The scenery has attracted Hollywood to film many westerns in
this town including "How the West Was Won". Also available
is a tour of the hotel where Clark Gable and Carol Lombard
Located between Kingman and Las Vegas, this old mining town
has been resurrected as a center for many talented writers,
musicians, fine artists, and craftsmen.
Historic Route 66:
Kingman lies on the longest remaining continuous stretch
(158 miles long) of Historic Route 66. Through the years
Route 66 has had many names: The Main Street of America, the
Mother Road, the Wire Road, and the Will Rogers Highway.
This is perhaps the best-known highway in the United States.
Cruising down Route 66 allows the traveler to experience
many historic communities along the way.
It's a place packed with energy, a town
surrounded by natural wonders. Whether you're looking for an
easy, two-day getaway or the vacation of a lifetime,
Flagstaff will make any trip a northern Arizona adventure.
With more than two hundred restaurants, dozens of inns,
plenty of affordable accommodations, unique attractions, and
colorful nightspots, its small-town charm will give you
big-town excitement. Culture, clean air, festivals and
forest paths are only some of Flagstaffs year-round
enjoyment. Some of the most beautiful country in the
Southwest surrounds you here, from lush woodlands to rugged
deserts. The Grand Canyon, Oak Creek Canyon, Sedona's red rocks, Native American
reservations, and a string of breathtaking national
monuments are all within a short drive. Flagstaff is the
perfect hub for Arizona explorers, from here you can see
The growth is in the West!!! Arizona is one of the top two
fastest growing state in the USA and has a growth rate that
is almost three times that of the United States as a whole.
Mohave County is experiencing a fantastic period of
expansion, more growth (37.8%) per capita than any other
county in Arizona over the past seven years. Mohave County
is the fifth largest county. As of the 2010 census, its
population was 200,186.
Mohave County contains parts of the Grand Canyon National Park
and Lake Mead National Recreation Area and all of the Grand
Canyon-Parashant National Monument. The Kaibab, Fort Mojave and
Hualapai Indian Reservations also lie within the county.
Mohave County contains approximately 13,400 square miles of
land. It has no less than 148 canyons within its boundaries,
most of which help make up a large portion of the Grand Canyon
of the Colorado River that separates the top 1/3 of Mohave
County from the bottom 2/3. The county is bordered by three
rivers and one creek along with four lakes that are impounded
behind dams on the Colorado and Bill Williams Rivers.
The county is intersected by 21 mountain ranges and the
corresponding valleys in between. There are five climate zones
in Arizona and Mohave County is the only county in the state
that contains all five.
Most of Mohave County is located where the Sonoran and Mohave
Deserts meet. It varies in elevation from 500 to 8,000 feet, but
it is mostly desert terrain and high chaparral with hot summer
day temperatures one can expect from a desert and cool summer
nights. In winter, daytime temperatures are moderate to cool,
with cold nights and occasional rain or snow in the higher
The vegetation in the county runs from desert scrub and cactus
to pine trees in the upper mountain portions. The annual
rainfall in the county relates to its desert terrain and is
rarely more than 10 inches a year, except in the mountains.
Mohave County is located in the northwestern corner of
the U.S. state of Arizona. As of the 2010 census, its
population was 200,186. The county seat is
Kingman, and the largest city is Lake Havasu City.
Mohave County comprises the Lake Havasu
City-Kingman, AZ Metropolitan Statistical Area, which is
also included in the Las Vegas-Henderson, NV-AZ Combined
Mohave County contains parts of
Grand Canyon National Park and Lake Mead National
Recreation Area and all of the Grand Canyon-Parashant
National Monument. The Kaibab, Fort Mojave and Hualapai
Indian Reservations also lie within the county. You may not want to leave!
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