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0.18-acre stunning lot to escape the city and be surrounded by lots of outdoor adventures in Santa Cruz County, Arizona. This property is nestled in Kino Springs just a few miles away from the city of Nogales. Six minutes of drive from the lot and you will reach Kino Springs Golf Course, and nearby areas are perfect for hiking adventures.
This lot offers you panoramic mountain views and lush greenery sprouting beautifully on the desert landscape, this lot is indeed a gem. Visit Nogales on a tiring weekend. Walk to the tunes of upbeat music, pumped through indoor and outdoor speakers, as you stroll along the shops on Morley Avenue. When you’re ready for a meal, pick any one of the authentic Mexican restaurants. Naming just one would be unfair; they’re all good. What are you waiting for?
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Nogales is the closest city with a Walmart
SUB KINO SPRINGS UNIT NO.4 LOT 11 OF BLK 36
- Down Payment: $99
- Doc Fee: $149
- Property Tax: $5/Year
- HOA Dues: NA
- Note Set-up/Service Fee: $10/mo
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Enjoy Historic Nogales
Visit Nogales on a tiring weekend. Walk to the tunes of upbeat music, pumped through indoor and outdoor speakers, as you stroll along the shops on Morley Avenue. When you’re ready for a meal, pick any one of the authentic Mexican restaurants. Naming just one would be unfair; they’re all good. Nogales, Arizona borders the city of Nogales, Sonora, Mexico, and is Arizona’s largest international border community. The southern terminus of Interstate 19 is located in Nogales at the U.S.-Mexico border; the highway continues south into Mexico as Mexico Federal Highway 15. The highways meeting in Nogales are a major road intersection in the CANAMEX Corridor, connecting Canada, the United States, and Mexico.
Nogales also is the beginning of the Arizona Sun Corridor, an economically important trade region stretching from Nogales to Prescott, including the Tucson and Phoenix metropolitan areas. Due to its location on the border and its major ports of entry, Nogales funnels an estimated $30 billion worth of international trade into Arizona and the United States, per year, in fresh produce and manufactured goods from Mexico and the world through the deep sea port in Guaymas, Sonora, Mexico. This trade helps to support tens of thousands of jobs and the overall economies in Ambos Nogales and throughout the American state of Arizona and the Mexican state of Sonora. The name Nogales means “walnut trees” in Spanish, and the black walnut trees which once grew abundantly in the mountain pass between the cities of Nogales, Arizona, and Nogales, Sonora, can still be found around the town.
- Camping not allowed
- Patagonia Lake State Park – 25 min (15.6 miles)
- Memorial Park – 19 min (10.2 miles)
- War Memorial Stadium – 19 min (10.2 miles)
- Hilltop Art Gallery – 20 min (10.7 miles)
- Anza Park – 20 min (10.7 miles)
- Arizona Rangers Museum and Archives – 20 min (10.8 miles)
- Pimeria Alta Historical Society Museum – 20 min (11.0 miles)
- Wade Carpenter Middle School – 21 min (11.0 miles)