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1.14 Acres In Iron County, UT (E-1699-0005-0011)

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This 1.14 acre beauty is located about an hour West of Cedar City on flat land. This remote parcel has great views of mountains in the distance and the sky glitters with stars at night.

This property is zoned Residential 1 acre, meaning with the proper septic tank, water source and waste disposal set up, you can live here hassle free in an RV or single family home.

Call 949-619-7557 for more details.

Property Details: APN Number - E-1699-0005-0011 Legal Description - Lot 1698, Garden Valley Ranchos Section, Township, Range - T34, R18W, S20 Parcel size - 1.14 acres Google maps link - Approximate annual property taxes - $9.83 Road Access - 6600 N Road Surface - Dirt Elevation - Low is 5376 ft. / high 5379 ft. Terrain Type - Flat, sage brush, desert Closest highway - Highway 93 Closest nearby cities - Cedar City, Newcastle, Parowan, Enoch

Iron County Contacts County Planning - (435) 865-5350 County Recorder's Office - (435) 477-8350

Zoning - Residential 1 Acre Property Use Code - R1 Camping - up to 16 days in a 30 day period RVs - can live in an RV with property permits, a permanent water source and septic installed Electric - Solar would be the likely option. It is an off-the-grid property Water - There are no water rights granted with this property. Buyer would need to procure his own water rights if desired HOA - none

Frequently Asked Questions

Can I visit the property? Absolutely. While I can't meet you at the property, you may visit any time. No appointment is needed.

Why doesn't the property have an address? Most of the time vacant parcels do not have street addresses assigned to the property until they begin to be developed. However, you can find parcels of land using their GPS through Google Maps or apps such as LandGlide and OnXHunt.

Can the deed include more than one person?

Yes, you can list as many people on the deed as you want. LLC or estates may also be listed on the deed.

Are there water or mineral rights? Water and mineral rights are determined by the county, not an individual owner of land. In order to verify whether mineral or water rights are available for a parcel, you can contact the county or hire a title company to conduct a search of that parcel's rights.

How does owner financing work?

Once you place a down payment, we send you a contract enabling you to legally use the land. With this contract you can start enjoying your land, but you will not be able to build on the land until you own the title. You receive the title once the loan is paid in full.

Can I live on the property in my RV?

You can confirm with the county, but depending on where the parcel is, camping or living in RVs is often only allowed on a short-term basis.

How quickly can I start using my land?

You can enjoy your land immediately after your down payment and document fee are received.

Is there access to the parcel?

Yes, almost all of our parcels have easy access. Some are accessible by county-maintained roads; some are accessible through public right of ways.

What payment platforms do you accept?

We primarily work with Geekpay, although we could use Venmo or Checkbookio to collect a downpayment.

Do you use title companies?

Not typically. While people are familiar with title companies, they often cost a high percentage of the overall sales price of the property. Because of their high commission, we specialize in offering a process that is safe, easy and secure. However, if a buyer wishes still wishes to pay for title company, we are happy to work with them.

GPS Center 37.827368 N 113.883807 W GPS NW 37.827609 N 113.884231 W GPS NE 37.827605 N 113.883196 W GPS SE 37.827158 N 113.883199 W GPS SW 37.82716 N 113.884237 W

1.14 acres of land for sale, located in Iron County, UT. Contact us at (844) 599-LAND for more information.

Struggling with financing? We can help! If you're interested in this piece of land, call us or submit the form. All our properties can be owner-financed which means it's a lot easier to become a land owner.

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