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Spring Valley Ranches, Hackberry Arizona

Spring Valley Ranches is a pleasant private community located in north eastern foothills of the Peacock Mountain Range comprising of approximately 7500 acres. The high desert ranch is located near the small town of Hackberry Arizona that has a rich history and really neat buildings. Located just off of Route 66 North of Kingman about 20 miles is Spring Valley Ranches. This is a high desert region known for its moderately cool summers and slightly snowy winters. It is a great place to enjoy cooler weather during the hot desert summers in the valley’s below. Spring Valley Ranches serves as a nice retreat for full time residents or part timers escaping the hustle and bustle of city life. Spring Valley Ranches is laid back and peaceful, teaming with wildlife, juniper trees and other desirable native vegetation. Access to the properties in Spring Valley Ranches is by HOA maintained roads which are regularly graded and provide easy access to nearly all the privately owned properties in the subdivision. Minimum lot size here is 5 acres and many 36-40 acre parcels have not been split up over the years and are still available.
The History of Spring Valley Ranches dates back to the mid 90’s when real estate developer Gano Love and investors purchased the ranch from Frerichs. This is why there is Frerichs Ranch Road going right through the center of the subdivision.

The Spring Valley Ranches Property Owners Association maintains the roads within the ranch and assesses and collects annual dues from each property owner for this service. Association membership is mandatory and runs with the property ownership. The 2019 Annual Association dues are $125 per parcel.
Spring Valley Ranches is a great hideaway…a special place to build your dream cabin, or just enjoy the good feeling of land ownership and investment in a beautiful area.

Wildlife abounds on the ranch. Deer, elk, antelope, fox, coyote, bobcats, red tail hawks, raccoons, desert tortoise and an occasional migrating mountain lion can be seen in this pristine area. There are also cows that meander through that are part of the X-Bar One Ranch.

Spring Valley Ranch is a perfect place for horse riding, atv riding adventure, bird watching, exploring or simply enjoying nature. Many property owners in the ranch have horses and enjoy and outdoor lifestyle. An 18-hole par 72 golf course is located about 12 miles away at the community of Valle Vista.

Electric Many parcels have electrical service (provided by Mohave Electric Co-op) and telephone service (provided by Frontier Telecommunications). All parcels are suitable for alternative power systems such as solar and wind energy. Cell phones work great at the ranch from nearby cell towers and Wifi is available for your home.
Propane gas (LP) delivery is provided by several companies in the Kingman area, such as Northern Energy, Graves Propane, or Ferrell Gas.
Water is provided by your own private well, hauling in your own water, or delivery by a private delivery company. Many good wells have been drilled throughout the ranch that provide adequate water for household uses as well as gardens and trees.

The mild high desert climate at Spring Valley Ranch averages in the mid 80’s in the summer and cool conditions that are well above freezing in the winter. The weather here is very similar to Kingman, Arizona, except that temperatures are consistently about 5 degrees cooler. Because Spring Valley Ranches is located in the Peacock Mountain Range, and at a higher elevation, that ranges from 4,000 – 5,200 feet we have more precipitation than Kingman and some of it in the form of snow in the winter time months is typical.

All of the parcels were professionally surveyed and staked, making clear identification of parcel corners easy. The roads are built to county standards and are maintained by the county leading into the ranch and by the POA within the ranch. All parcels have full physical and legal access by dedicated public or county roads.

Arizona is an open range state. This means that cattle pretty much graze where ever they prefer, and where desert feed is abundant. It also means you must fence the cattle out of your property if you don’t want them wandering through. Fencing must be suitable for this purpose. We have found that cattle are social animals and like to be around people. For that reason they are attracted to structures and road right-of-ways.

Land usage within Spring Valley Ranches is governed by sensible C.C.&R’s (Covenants) which help protect your real estate investment. The basic rules are as follows:

1. Houses must be at least 1,000 sq. ft., site built or manufactured. Manufactured houses must be 5 years or newer from date of manufacture to date of placement on your parcel.
2. Parcels can have no split parcel being smaller than 5 acres.
3. No commercial use of parcels is allowed. Parcels are to be used for single family residential use, limited recreation use, and non-commercial ranch and farming activities.
4. Septic systems must be installed prior to or in conjunction with the construction of a house.
5. No burning or burying of trash or rubbish on a parcel.

Owner Carry Terms: Buying a vacant lot is a solid real estate investment. There is an increasing demand from nature minded people to live in places like this and we feel it should be available to everyone. For that reason you can carry on many of the properties. 30% down is typical and the owners usually carry a note for 5 years at 6% interest. The payment is made to a account servicing department through an independent title company so your investment and payment is secure.