180 acres of Grand Canyon land up for sale

Real Estate | 30 Apr |

It’s rare to find this much property for sale, this close to one of the Seven Wonders of the World, but your piece of some of the most unique land in the world — the Grand Canyon — is on the block and up for sale.

A 180-acre parcel of land on the western end of the Grand Canyon is up for sale for $3.9 million. The property is not far off of E. Diamond Bar Rd. in Mohave County, just a short drive from Meadview. It’s just a few minutes away from the Grand Canyon West Rim, the west airport and Eagle Point, which is where the Grand Canyon Skywalk and other attractions are located.

The property is in a secluded, private, rolling valley with Bureau of Land Management land on two sides and rugged terrain on the other two. The property is covered with 900-year-old Joshua Trees, Pinion and Juniper Pine. Most of the 180-acre parcel is developable, with a large mesa in one corner, giving any building on that part of the land elevated views of the surrounding property.

The property is just 37 minutes from Sandy Point on the Colorado River, where Lake Mead begins to form, as well as under two hours from the Las Vegas strip.

The drive between the property and Las Vegas; past the Hoover Dam, the Arizona High Desert, Mountain Ranges, Yucca stands, the largest and lushest 900 Year Old Joshua Tree Forest in the American southwest all make the drive to and from the property an unbelievable sightseeing adventure.

For those interested in learning more about the property, visit GrandCanyonLandforSale.com.

 

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