2015 Windmill Ranch Community Kingman Arizona

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2015 Windmill Ranch Community Kingman Arizona

Why do People Live in Windmill Ranch? Windmill Ranch View

The Windmill Ranch community south and east of Kingman Arizona is one of the area's ranch communities carved out of the huge Windmill Cattle Ranch.  People choose Windmill Ranch's large plots of land because of

  • Privacy
  • Versatility: these properties can be used for hunting camps, vacation retreats or for homesteading, working from home or as survival land;
  • Quiet
  • Sustainable Lifestyle; many residents are energy and water independent
  • Mild Climate: cooler than the Phoenix valley and warmer than the higher Flagstaff area to the east;
  • Views: long, open, seeming to go on forever
  • Affordability: current land prices start at $249/ACRE

Windmill Ranch Community Kingman Arizona

2015 Windmill Ranch Community Kingman Arizona

Prices in Windmill Ranch are still low for vacant land, ranging from $39900 for 160 acres to $325,000 for a section, 640 acres.  That might be more land than you want.  Many owners will carry with a good down payment. 

Homes here on big chunks of acreage are also affordable.  This is often an easier way to go because building pads, wells, septic systems, and driveways are already in.  In April 2014 homes range from  for sale range from 115K to 195K on from 28 to 40 acres.

Current Best Buys in Windmill Ranch!

Windmill Ranch History

Abundant water in this dry region of the Southwest attracted ranching, road building, and the railroad. 

 Windmill Ranch Basics

Windmill is still a working cattle ranch.  The community is located approximWindmill Ranch Community Kingman Arizonaately 30 miles southeast of Kingman, off of Interstate 93. In the 1800's this area was known as a picnic spot for people travelling between Kingman and Phoenix.  At 3000 to 3500 feet elevation, the hills slope upward to the east with grasses, palo christi trees and high-desert cactus and shrubs.  The POA (Property Owner's Association) maintains the roads for under $4 a year per acre.

Windmill is a rare ranch community which allows commercial development in the parcels fronting Hwy 93.  Horses and cattle in "reasonable number" for personal use are allowed here but no pigs.  Water has been found by most property owners who have drilled for it.  Some properties are on grid-tied electric, others have generators, or have installed solar.  Views here are long and open with mountains to the east and south.  Deer and antelope abound.

What's Going on Nearby?

The City of Kingman is near the pine-forested Hualapai, the rugged Cerbat, the Peacock and Music Mountain ranges, and offers the best of Arizona's high desert culture and lifestyle.  Kingman is an easy commute to the casinos of Las Vegas and Laughlin, professional sports in Phoenix, the natural wonder of the Grand Canyon; and a half day’s drive to the beaches of California.

2015 Windmill Ranch Community Kingman Arizona



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