Peacock mountain ranches is a community east of Kingman that is on the northern downslope of the Hualapai Mountains overlooking Kingman. Access to the property is off of Route 66 to the north and Interstate 40 to the south. It is just 7.5 miles from the city of Kingman.
Access to the area is easy from the Kingman Airport for the properties that are in the southern portion of the valley. You would take the Kingman Airport road going under the Railroad tracks. Go left on Shipping lane which then becomes Topeka. From Topeka take a right on Jan Road and you take this a few miles and you are then on the old ranch.
Recently in 2018 the large Peacock Ranch (approximately 6000 acres) was sold to a nut tree farming group. The named the land Peacock Nuts and have put in significant infrastructure on two sections of land for growing pistachios here in the Kingman area. The project will continue expanding with additional phases.
Another way to access the property is to drive route 66 north and take a right under the railroad tracks across the street from Valle Vista on Concho road. Once you go under the railroad tracks you are on Olympic road and this is the very beginning of Peacock mountain ranches on the north side.
The vegetation in the area consists of nice Juniper trees and Palo Christi plants on them. The terrain ranges from flat to rolling grassy parcels, all with scenic 360 degree mountain views. The elevation varies between 3650 to 4100 feet. Roads are bladed to every parcel and these roads are dedicated for public use.
Electricity and phone lines extend to some of the parcels and other owners have installed solar systems. Water is provided by water haul or a well. Water depths vary by area so it is important to talk to a well drilling company such as Brown Drilling here in Kingman prior to purchasing a particular property. This is a great place for a off grid or self-sustaining lifestyle.
The area around here also includes a half section of 2.5 acre parcels called Norley Ranches.
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