Developed farmland north of Willcox in an area with good water and productive soil. Easy access to the interstate.
Located north of Willcox, Arizona, this property is 120+/- acres of developed farm land. Access to major cities is convenient via Interstate 10. Tucson, Arizona is 90 miles to the west and El Paso, Texas is 200 miles east.
The area is an alluvial setting between the scenic Pinaleno and Winchester Mountains. Soils are productive Grabe loam, McAllister loam, and Cogswell clay loam.
A 15-year-old Pierce Center Pivot irrigates the property. An EQIP application is in place to install a new center pivot.
The farm is in a good water area with productive farmland adjacent to the property.
A one acre well site with two irrigation wells that produce water for the sprinkler is included with the farmland. The wells are each equipped with 50 hp pumps designed to produce 350 gallons per minute at 30 psi. Buyer assumes use of existing wells in as is condition and is responsible for all development, repair, and maintenance expenses.
The area is established as a major pecan and pistachio producer. The mild summer climate with cool nights produces high quality alfalfa hay that is in demand by diaries and for export. Other crops grown in the area include chile, corn, cotton, wheat, barley, pumpkins, onions and potatoes.
This part of Cochise County is noted for its wine grapes and has an American Viticultural Area designation. With close access to Interstate 10, the property is a potential destination winery and vineyard.
Priced at $3700 per acre or $444,000.
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