Big lot in Chambers , AZ no zoning – 1.04 acres


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Huge lot no zoning in Chambers Apache County , Arizona – 86502

Chambers is an unincorporated community in Apache CountyArizona, United States. Chambers is located at the junction of Interstate 40 and U.S. Route 191, 45 miles (72 km) northeast of Holbrook. Chambers has a post office with ZIP code 86502.[2]

Chambers, Arizona was named after Edward Chambers, Vice President of the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad system. Chambers was responsible for opening the town’s first post office in 1907. A native of Illinois, Chambers was instrumental of the development of the Railroad across the western United States- and is recognized as one of the men “Who Made San Francisco”. Following many years with the Santa Fe Railroad System, Chambers became Director of the Division of Traffic under President Herbert Hoover.

The railroad official was born in Waukegan, IL February 16, 1859. From freight handler Chambers, after he entered railroading, became foreman, and cashier at Pueblo, agent at San Diego and Los Angeles, assistant general freight agent at Los Angeles, general freight agent for lines west of Albuquerque; in 1905 he was made assistant freight traffic manager on coast lines with headquarters in San Francisco. During the war he was director of transportation for the United States Food Administration and Grain Corporation. He was director for the division of traffic of the United States Railroad administration from January 1919 to May, 1920 as well as a member of the War Industrial Board. Chambers, whose home was in Chicago, maintained a residence in San Francisco. Chambers died in 1927 and was survived by his three sons, H. E., R.L. and W. P. Chambers.

While not named after him, Charles Chambers was responsible for setting up a small trading post in Chambers, Arizona. The name was changed to Halloysite for a period in honor of claythat was mined nearby, but changed back to Chambers on June 1, 1930.[3]

Apache County is located in the northeast corner of the U.S. state of Arizona. As of the 2010 census its population was 71,518.[1] The county seat is St. Johns.[2]

Part of the county is assigned to the Fort Apache Indian Reservation.

Parcel # 207-73-107

lot size is 45,600 Sq.Ft. = 1.04 ACRES

GPS: 35.211395,-109.374891

No Zoning– RV, Vans, Trailers, cabins, mobiles, Yurts etc… allowed. Please call city/county offices to verify before you buy or do anything . Rent some out and live for free .

Distances –

500 ft to Power

2,000 ft to Historical Route 66 / HWY 40

2 Miles to Sanders

20 Miles to the Petrified Forest National Park

100 Miles to Flagstaff Arizona

This subdivided tract has not yet been developed but roads are designated with power and access is via adjacent Adamana Road.

Terms and Conditions: Sales Price is $999. $50 down and $50 per month until paid. There is no documentation fee of for this lot. We will prepare all documentation and record the deed for you.This land is being sold in as is condition. Seller makes no representations, warranties of any kind whatsoever, expressed or implied regarding the nature, value, source, authenticity, fitness, merchant-ability or any other aspect or characteristic of this property. Seller makes no representation as to future prospects for increases in value of this property. All prospects buyers are urged to do their own due diligence to their own satisfaction prior to purchase of this property. All information contained in this listing page has come from reliable sources and is accurate to the best of our knowledge. We make no guarantee expressed or implied as to the location, condition, accessibility, terrain, build ability or information contained in this listing. As seller, we guarantee that there are no liens on the property and that we will provide the buyer with a Deed upon payment in full. Cannot resell without prior consent during financing period