Tuesday, August 18, 2015

Peacock Mountain Ranches, Kingman Arizona

Peacock Mountain Ranches is located on the northern downslope of the majestic 8200 foot Hualapai Mountains overlooking Kingman Arizona. Access to the property is off interstate 66 and interstate 40 just 7 ½ miles east of Kingman's city conveniences. 
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. 
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. 


 Most of the properties in here are as flat as a pancake.
 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 are presently extended to a few parcels and will be nearby to others. Alternative power such as solar power, wind power and generators are also an option. Electricity is provided by Mohave Electric cooperative inc. and telephone is available from Citizens Utilities Company inc. There is an electric line run all the way down Olympic road.

 Typical roads in the area are always accessible as there is a small HOA fee of 100 dollars a year or less to maintain the roads.
 Many of hillside properties like this one have wonderful views of Kingman and the Hualapai Valley.
 There are even a few old mining claims in the area.
 This is the view from one of the properties that we sold.  Many of them like the property below have nice granite boulders on them as well as roads and building pads cut in already. A few lucky owners in this area have springs on their properties. 

At the current time on 8-18-15 Justin Chambers of Chambers Realty Group LLC has 5 listings for 40 acres parcels that are listed at $25,000. Due to it's close proximity to Kingman and a population of 40-50,000 this is an excellent investment. Many of the properties here are owner carry for this prime Arizona land. Call Justin Chambers at Chambers Realty Group if you are looking to buy Peacock Mountain Ranch properties or sell your property that you have. Call us at 928-718-2020 for more information, or visit us on the web at chambersrealtygroup.com. 

We here at Chambers Realty Group are your premier land salespeople. We specialize in land sales, ranch sales and farming land. We are consistently Mohave County's largest supplier of land year after year.  
 There are great views of the Hualapai mountains.
 Typical desert monsoon storm in the Peacock Mountain valley.


Peacock Mountain Ranches is open range. Therefore you will see a lot of branded cattle. You can fence them out of your property if you elect to do so.

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