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I am selling a 1.25 acre parcel of land in Apache County, Arizona.

Witch Well is one of America’s last frontiers, with close proximity to the beautiful White Mountains of Arizona. The land remains virtually unchanged since the days the first settlers arrived in Northern Arizona.  It is a land abundant with history. Today the area consists primarily of small ranches and a small town atmosphere that makes you feel welcome. Wildlife is abundant in the White Mountains. You can see antelope, deer and magnificent elk on the plains. Witch Well is located half way between Sanders (I-40) and St. John's, AZ on Highway 191, at mile marker 340. The towns of Greer, Springerville, Snowflake and Show Low are very close. This is a great area for hiking, fishing and hunting.
This property is located near the Witch Well Tavern at the intersection of US 191 & AZ SR61. It is an old family operated business. The unincorporated village consists mainly of the tavern and ranches. The area will be appreciated by people that want to live life off the grid. You'll find straw built homes, underground homes, cabins, site built homes and manufactured homes. Some people live year round in their RV's and thoroughly enjoy it!

The town of St. John's is 25 miles away and it is the County Seat. It provides the local residents with gas, groceries, a drug store, hardware store and restaurants.

At an altitude of 6,400 feet, the weather in Witch Well offers a cool, secluded respite from the heat of the surrounding desert. The average maximum temperature in July, the hottest month, is 90.1 degrees. Winters are mild with maximum lows in the mid-teens. Snowfall averages 18.3 inches per year and generally melts off within a day or two. With little or no light pollution and the clean, clear skies of the desert, you’ll be able to witness gorgeous red sunsets and beautiful starry nights.

Many people haul water from St. Johns. It is economical and easy. Some people prefer to have their own well drilled. There are many qualified local well drillers in the area.

parcel # 205-11-364
Nearby attractions include:
• The Canyon De Chelly National Monument
• The Petrified Forest National Park
• Grand Canyon National Park
• Four Corners National Monument
• 3 hours from Albuquerque, NM
• 4 hours from Phoenix


Incidentally, you can grow medical marijuana in Arizona, if you're so inclined.

Asking $1,000 but will consider owner finance. Please send text to (817) 301.4695
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This is the tavern at Witch Well
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A look from Google Earth
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An area overview
 
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