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Garage Door Maintenance ...............................................................5
Spring Cleaning the Greenhouse ..................................................6 Prepare Wildlife Attractions .............................................................7
Enhance your lifestyle.
Allergy-Proofing Your Home ...........................................................8 Spring Into Safety ................................................................................8
DISCOVER COCHISE COUNTY Real Estate Transactions ..................................................................10 Numbers to know .............................................................................. 11
Gearing up for Spring!
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The first spring flowers are typically dandelions, daffodils, lilacs, lilies, iris and tulips to name a few. For the Japanese, the opening of the cherry blossom, Japan’s national flower, in March or April signals the start of spring. Holidays that occur in spring include Easter, Passover, April Fool’s Day, Earth Day, Arbor Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Cinco De Mayo, and Holi (festival of colors in India).
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Katherine $307,000 • 600 Heather Drive • MLS 172319 Zellerbach 5 bedroom/guest suite, 3 bath home with unobstructed mountain views (520) 678-0283 on 1/2 acre. Backyard backs up to a park. Kings cabinets in kitchen,
Katherine $95,000 • S Dead Bear Draw • MLS 161527 Zellerbach Imagine over 4 acres of hillside property with the address: (520) 678-0283 Dead Bear Draw. Imagine sitting on your deck in the evening,
Katherine $174,500 • 4874 Corte Vista • MLS 172425 Zellerbach Very well maintained, centrally located 3BR, 2BA (520) 678-0283 w/mountain view. Nice, large enclosed backyard
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Barbara $197,500 • 1794 Chaplain Carter Drive Pursell Beautiful updated/remodeled 3BR, 2BA home with 1,521 (520) 266-0214 sqft, 2 car garage in a very desired subdivision. Easy
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Jocelyn $189,900 • 7670 E. Alhambra lhambra Drive Lawley Completed renovated MH to include ncllud udee complete comp co mple lete te new new e metal (520) 266-2568 roofing system, new kitchen, n, appliances, app p liances, flooring, lighting,
and plumbing...Split floorr plan plaan with with 3BR/2BA 3BR B /2 /2BA BA and and a detached 720SF Garage/Workshop...property hop...property is completely fenced and cross fenced with double ble gates at entrance... offered at $189,900. JTLawley@longrealty.com @longrealty.com
SOLD Jocelyn $269,900 • 2755 Provenza Dr • MLS 172557 Lawley 2/2/2CG w/built-in storage. Stunning home w/tile, GREAT Room, (520) 266-2568 Entertainment Wall, Gourmet Kitchen w/Alderwood cabinets &
Gorgeous Granite. Black Appliances include a GAS Range w/Electric Oven and Dining Area. BONUS ROOM for office/study/den. MBR Suite is larger w/slider to covered patio. Master Bath w/Cultured Marble Tops, Walk-in Shower and Walk-in Closet. JTLawley@longrealty.com
SOLD Jocelyn $194,500 • 2706 Lopez Link St • MLS 172063 Lawley Wonderfully updated 2/2/2 townhouse on PDS Golf (520) 266-2568 Course. On a a cul-de-sac and very private area
with front courtyard and full-length back patio. Practically new everything and very soothing property for your enjoyment!!! JTLawley@longrealty.com
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$229,900 • 5208 Cedar Springs Drive Meticulously maintained property with 3/2/2... Beautiful inside, huge kitchen w/breakfast bar, GREAT ROOM plus Bonus Room, large master suite...Easy access to Canyon Vista, Fort Huachuca, schools, and shopping...offered at only $229,900. JTLawley@longrealty.com
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Garage Door Maintenance Winter weather can quickly degrade important components on your garage door, causing them to rust or seize. Since it’s such an important part of your home that provides convenience and security, it must operate efficiently.
hile general maintenance is straightforward, you can hire an expert overhead door technician if the job is too intimidating. During an inspection, they will highlight signs of deterioration and show you what to look for in the th future. If you decide to tackle the chore on your own, consider these tips from the futu International Door Association. Intern
Test for Balance ance
You will likely notice obvious vious signs when an overhead door is unbalanced. ced. Problems, like jamming, strange noises and nd delayed or disrupted operation are common. on. Even if you don’t notice any warning signs, use these easy steps to test for balance as a part of regular maintenance. • Close the garage door like normal. • Find and engage the he release handle to access manual operation. • Lift the door three to o four feet above the ground. If it doesn’t remain open, there is an imbalance that must be addressed. While testing can be completed d by any homeowner, the process of rebalancing should hould be handled by a professional. It requires adjusting justing and coordinating the system of springs and d can be dangerous if done improperly.
Clean the Tracks
Ensuring your overhead door has a clean track to roll on is imperative to its optimal performance.
You can keep them in peak condition by wiping the system with a rag or vacuuming out loose debris.
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Overhead doors require requ many moving efficiently. A parts to perform smooth and a is by lubriway to maintain their integrity integr include cating each component. This should sh springs and the rollers, hinges, bearings, sp chains. The IDA suggests using a drop of engine oil on each roller, which will then distribute trib tr ibut ute e th the e lube to a door’s bearings. b and springs, By lightly greasing the hinges h you lessen the risks of the door becoming unusable. While engine oil jammed and unusa is usually a suitable suitab lubricant, check with manufacturer to find the overhead unit’s un out if there is a different fluid they recommend. Some may insist on a silicone lubricant or one on made specifically for garage door components. compon
Spring Cleaning the Greenhouse W
hether you have a house constructed with plastic sheeting or a commercially installed building, ensuring its cleanliness provides big benefits for the plants inside. The first step of any greenhouse cleaning project should be a visual inspection. Check the interior corners and rafters for signs of pest intrusion like hornet or wasp nests. Of course, you should eradicate these with care if you believe the hives are active. Then, look at the integrity of cover materials that make up the walls. It’s common for more inexpensive plastic to show wear and require replacement after the brutal cold of winter. It’s crucial to repair the damage immediately, as the walls are important to preventing condensation by blocking sunlight and inhibiting moisture to drip onto your plants which invites mildew.
As the warmer weather begins its arrival, your greenhouse should be prepped and cleaned for the bountiful harvesting season around the corner.
Address Issues from Last Season
their protective remedy before your greenhouse is full and thriving.
Disinfect Your Space
Give your plants a fresh start by eliminating debris or depleted soil from last season. Use an eco-friendly garden cleaner to thoroughly clean out pots and planters before
filling them with new stock. Keep a large container on hand and allow seriously contaminated holders to soak before cleaning as scrubbing too hard may lead to damage. Don’t forget to completely rinse and dry these important companions in your greenhouse before attempting to replant.
Get Organized The upcoming planting season will require numerous tools if you want it to be successful. Analyze the condition of your existing equipment while planning for this year’s harvest. If you notice cracks in shovels or dull pruning shears, you should consider replacing them with updated options.
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Consider the pain points you experienced during a previous harvest and correct it for a more successful year. For instance, if you noticed a certain portion of your greenhouse that didn’t receive the sunlight it needed, consider rearranging the footprint of your planting structures before they are filled with seed. If you had recurring issues with insects and pests, ask a local exterminator about a plant-friendly treatment that can limit their intrusion throughout the year. It will be easier for a professional to spread
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Prepare Wildlife Attractions
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One of the most popular water sources we can offer animals is an attractive birdbath. Follow these tips from Cornell University to discover how to place it for the most impact. Birds prefer baths that are low to the ground and located near shady areas. Use stones or branches to line edges of the water so
birds have a place to stand while drinking. Water should be no deeper t ha n one i nch at t he edges and two inches in the middle. For a more enticing atmosphere, i nclude d r ip ping water to attract more wildlife. Don’t forget to regularly clean the birdbath as its occupants will likely leave behind seeds, droppings and feathers.
Welcome their friend ly chatter by rewarding them with a favorite meal or birdbath to ensure they continue to make an appearance. If your goal is to create a homestead that invites animals to feel sa fe and find a bite to eat, keep in mind that wildlife is to be respected. Make sure to remind children that wild animals are not obedient like their favorite pets and may become dangerous if they feel threatened. Watching and learning about these animals from a distance is a wholesome way to spend spring with your family. Building a sa fe and attractive haven for animals to f lock may not happen overnight, but by following these tips, your backyard will become an entertaining place for beautiful wildlife.
When considering which types of feeders to install, think of the wildlife you are trying to attract. If a colorful variety of birds is your intention, try to use several boxes that offer them different ways to eat. Some animals prefer to dine while perching, so a hanging feeder with posts will be more attractive. Other less-picky eaters will be fine with eating from a platform or suet style option. Try to incorporate different types of seeds throughout your yard to learn what your local species are most interested in. Don’t be surprised to find animals like squirrels or deer visiting your yard to finish up the food that was knocked to the ground by hungry birds.
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$287,000 • 5529 S Sioux Avenue WOW WOW WOW! 4BR, 2BA, 1850 sqft. home on 2.17 AC. Wonderful great room floor plan with large CULINARY friendly kitchen complete with knotty pine cabinets, solid surface countertops, lots of counter space and storage. Huge master bedroom w/patio doors to the back yard patio. MBA features a fabulous walk in shower w/full body shower system plus a GINORMOUS full length walk-through closet. Spacious guest rooms and a 4th bedroom/Den. Paved circular driveway, and a park like backyard with a storage/workshop area. RV hookup and plenty of space to park it. Beautiful Mountain Views. Must see home!!! MLS#167838
Maria Juvera • (520) 266-1939
$259,900 • 2614 S Player Avenue STUNNING 3BR, 2BA, 1809sf home on the GOLF COURSE! IMMACULATE & BEAUTIFULLY UPDATED. Large living room/dining room area. HUGE Breakfast bar kitchen featuring QUARTZ countertops & newer stainless steel appliances, tons of counter and storage space & a breakfast nook. HUMONGOUS MBR suite w/walk in closet. MBA w/ dual sinks master and large & luxurious soaking tub. Separate garage. Wonderful back patio to enjoy the mountain views plus a gazebo/ramada covered BBQ area. MLS172567
Maria Juvera • (520) 266-1939
$104,900 • 454 S Taylors Trail Spacious 2BR, 2BA, car garage home in Vista View Resort, a 55+ gated community! Freshly painted interior, new carpet, open floor plan, laundry room, cozy covered front patio area, just in time for enjoying the great Sierra Vista weather, and all the amenities Vista View Resort has to offer. Home warranty included! Call today for a showing! MLS# 172227
Alicia Guerrero• (520) 227-3532
410 Garden Avenue, Bisbee • $193,000
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TWO separate private living quarters in the heart of Old Bisbee. Main home has a white picket fence, shaded porch outside, and inside has the living room, kitchen, bedroom and bathroom. Guest quarters has an open floor plan, kitchen, living room, study area and loft bedroom and bathroom. Both have remarkable pine plank flooring throughout, and feature abundant street parking. MLS#170651
Allergy-proof your home with these handy tips
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Spring is often to blame as pol len is released by trees in its early stages, then grass as the season advances. W hile there is no straightforward cure for seasonal allergies, there are many ways you can prepare your home to limit its effect. Here are some ways to spring clean your living space and enjoy the comfortable temperatures without irritation.
Clean up the Clutter
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spring-cleaning chores, you can lessen the dust intrusion by eliminating clutter around the home. Make sure to eradicate areas with things like old rags, stacks of magazines and clothes you don’t wear. Once your home is free and clear, give your carpet a quality cleaning. You can usually rent a commercial sha mpooer f rom a loc a l hardware store or hire a professional cleaning service to make your floor covering pristine. Many types
of carpet can hold allergens and distribute them into the air once they’re disrupted. After a deep cleaning, commit to vacuuming at least once a week to maintain its clean qualities.
Since we spend so much time in our bedrooms, it’s i mpor ta nt to ensu re t he area is clean and free of a l lergens. In addition to regular dusting, keep a few extra sets of bed sheets and pillowcases on hand.
T hey a re notorious for holding dust mites or pollen that we bring home on our clothes or hair. Try to wash them in hot water at least once a week and rotate different coverings so you’re not left without when life gets in the way of laundry.
Clean the Air
Spring invites pollen and other allergens into the air and your home. However, t here a re me asu res you can take to keep your liv-
As we welcome spring’s warmer weather, many Americans prepare for the uncomfortable and life-limiting months associated with seasonal allergies. According to the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America, more than 50 million citizens suffer each year. ing space clean and fresh. Check with an expert to inspect your house’s ventilation system and ductwork. If there are compromised components, intrusion like moisture and dust are commonly introduced. You shou ld a lso i nvest in high-quality air filters in your heating and cooling appliances. When your H VAC exper t arrives for their regular maintenance, ask them about more highef f iciency options to i ncrease your home’s defense.
Spring into Safety It can be easy to overlook household items that aren’t always used, so be sure to analyze this sometimes-lifesaving equipment.
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According to the United States Fire Administration, you should replace your smoke alarms every ten years. It’s easy to find the date it was manufactured by looking on the back of the detector. Ensure they are installed in every bedroom, outside each sleeping area and on every level of the home. You should also test the alarms at least once a month by engaging an easily identifiable button and change the batteries at least annually. If you are due for an upgrade, consider investing in smart detectors that alert synced alarms throughout the home at the first sign of smoke.
Another important safety device to keep in optimal condition is a fire
extinguisher. The National Fire Protection Association suggests making them clearly visible and easily accessible in the home. You should also periodically investigate the pressure gauge near its lever. Upon further inspection, analyze it for obvious signs of damage or wear. Most quality extinguishers are rated for five to 15 years of use but can vary by manufacturer, so regular inspections are important.
If the locks on your doors are degrading in integrity, you may be at risk of losing your valuables and risking the safety of your family. Go throughout your home and test each lock on every exterior door. If they are difficult to operate or the door can be budged open while they are engaged, a replacement is necessary. Hire the help of a local locksmith to rekey your home with high-quality locks and deadbolts. To add a modern touch of innovation to the simple lock, ask about options that
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are operated by key fob or smartphone applications. Home Security System One of the most effective measures you can take toward your property’s defense is investing in a home secu-
rity system. Many companies offer 24/7 emergency contact and will alert you and the authorities when their alarms deem a threat is imminent. It offers great peace of mind whether you’re home or way.
Located in the gated community of Wild Horse & sitting on 4 acres w/sweeping views in every direction, this property offers the finest of everything! 3 bdrms/4 baths, travertine tile floors, a formal dining rm, a great rm w/built-ins, a family rm, an audio/video library, a gorgeous gourmet kitchen w/butler’s pantry, triple-pane windows, cathedral ceilings, heated floors & so much more! The master suite features a lovely bath w/garden tub & amazing walk-in shower. Outside there’s a huge covered patio w/outdoor kitchen, a fabulous saltwater pool & spa, along w/a 1500 sq. ft. pool house w/bath connected to a meticulous 3-car garage & shop. $1,950,000. MLS #172706
3 CANYONS LOT!
Beautifully maintained mfd home on .57 acres! 4 bdrms/2 baths, 2369 sq ft w/formal living & dining rms, a center island kitchen w/nook & a lg laundry rm w/ storage! The master has an ensuite that would make a great office or nursery. The home offers lots of privacy, decks front & back, a fenced yard, along w/2 storage sheds. A must see! $151,900. MLS #171489
Here’s a great spot in 3 Canyons that won’t break the bank! It’s an 8 acre level lot with electric nearby and mountain views all around; just the place to build your dream home. With an 8-acre lot you can bring your horses and create a dream home for them as well! $19,900 MLS #170730
And right in the middle of town! Beautiful Cimmaron Estates home w/4 bdrms/2 baths split plan, lg great rm w/dining area & fantastic center island kitchen w/ quartz counters & stainless appliances. There’s loads of tile in the home & a spacious master suite w/garden tub & separate shower. Nice yard w/room for a pool or play equipment. $269,900. MLS #171938
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This beautiful lot in The Oaks has fabulous views of the Huachuca Mountains & the San Pedro Valley. There’s electricity at the property line and water is provided by a water company, so no well to dig! This is the place you’ll want to create your dream home out in the peaceful country! Don’t miss out on this great spot! $75,000. MLS #171824
That describes this custom-built Santa Fe style home sitting on a hill w/outstanding views! 4 bdrm split floor plan/2.5 baths, formal living rm w/beehive fireplace, formal dining rm, center island kitchen w/decorative tile & a nook. The master features a beehive fireplace & beautiful bath w/jetted tub & separate shower! This special home has lots to offer! $435,000. MLS #171533
You’ll love this home on a lg lot in a quiet cul de sac! The home is designed for easy living w/laminate flooring throughout! There’s a spacious living rm w/fireplace & an open kitchen w/lg dining area. There’s loads of storage in the kitchen & dining area. Outside there’s a 2-car carport, a nice yard & covered patio. $154,900. MLS #172154
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That’s what you have with this 2.4 acre home site in the foothills of the Huachuca Mountains! The lot has electricity, a well and a septic system already in place. The views of the San Pedro River Valley and the Huachucas are awesome. You’ll want to build your dream home here. Horses are allowed too. $150,000. MLS #167066
Here’s the spot to build your new custom home! Almost 4 acres of land in Wild Horse w/electricity at the property line, Liberty Utilities water, 360 degree views & more. There’s a wash at the back for a natural wildlife corridor. This spot has lots to offer! $59,900. MLS #169554
.41 acre parcel right in town zoned for multi-family! This is the spot where you could build a couple of duplexes and still have space for parking and even a play area and BBQ in the back. The lot is close to all amenities and convenient to public transportation. Don’t miss out on this great opportunity! $45,000. MLS #169533
1993 Frontage Road, Ste. 105 Sierra Vista
SPACIOUS IN-TOWN HOME! This Town & Country home sits on a half acre, culde-sac lot w/4 bdrms/2 baths. Formal living & dining rms, kitchen w/breakfast nook, family rm w/fireplace & a huge bonus rm. The master suite is a good size & features an attached spa room. Outside the lg yard provides space for a garden & more. Lots of possibilities! $230,000. MLS #172382
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That describes this home in the Estate Series of Holiday! The home sits on a lg corner lot & features 4 bdrms/2 baths, an open floor plan w/loads of tile & carpet in the bdrms. There’s granite in the kitchen w/ tile backsplash, stainless appliances, a lg nook plus a formal dining rm. Extended & covered patio, 3-car garage! $339,900. MLS #172504
Nearly new home on over 2 acres off Hereford Rd! 3 bdrm/2 bath split floor plan w/lg great rm, a centerisland kitchen w/granite, stainless appliances & a dining area. The master suite is spacious w/a huge walk-in shower. Outside there’s a front courtyard, a back patio, fenced yard & a storage shed. This is a home you’ll want to call your own! $295,000. MLS #172658
Immaculate La Jolla model home featuring a beautiful front courtyard w/sitting area! 2 bdrms/2 baths, open floor plan, kitchen w/breakfast bar & dining area. Solar tubes, security doors, a recoated roof, low maintenance yard w/block wall for privacy, epoxy floors & storage cabinets in the garage! This home has it all! $121,900. MLS #172421
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Four Feathers Realty, L.C.
CUSTOM-BUILT HOME! Conveniently located, end-unit townhome, very well maintained! 3 bdrms/2 baths, 2x6 construction, a newer kitchen w/pullout drawers, a newer HVAC system, spacious living & dining areas & more. The home comes complete w/a 1-car garage, a front courtyard & back patio. This home is designed for easy living! $165,000. MLS #172364
GREAT LOCATION, GREAT HOME! Spacious 5 bdrm/3 bath home on a lg lot in Town & Country! The home features a split floor plan w/2 master suites, formal living & dining rms along w/a remodeled kitchen w/nook & a family rm w/fireplace. There’s a 2-car garage w/a workshop space. Out back is a lg, divided yard w/loads of space for kids and pets to play. $250,000. MLS #172302
Real estate transactions
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4 W. Safford St., Tombstone - residential property purchased for $135,000. Buyer from Tucson (109-07-034-5). 1880 E. Kasti Trail, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $530,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-18-030F-1). 777 Golf Links Road, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $320,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (105-15-006B-7).
$240,000. Buyer from Fitchburg, Massachusetts (208-36-018-5). 3383 W. Thunderbird Trail, Benson - residential property purchased for $301,355.48. Buyers from Benson (124-03-230, 12403-231). 607A Tombstone Canyon, Bisbee - residential property purchased for $178,600. Buyer from Marana (103-59-095-1). DECEMBER 6 611 Palo Verde Drive,
4319 Big Bend St., Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $176,500. Buyers from Sierra Vista (107-56-172). 3082 Cabo Busto Court, Sierra Vista residential property purchased for $359,000. Buyers from Sonora, California (105-03-347-4). 5111 E. Muheim St., Hereford - residential property purchased for $111,066.84. Buyer from Sierra Vista (104-10-080). 802 N. Douglas Ave., Willcox - residential property purchased for $78,00. Buyer from Cochise (203-29-243-6). 5135 Calle Granada, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $145,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (107-84-077-9). Vacant Land, Cochise - vacant land purchased for $8,593,635. Buyers from Cochise (205-53-005, 20553-009, 205-53-010, 206-03001, 206-03-008, 206-19003A, 206-19-003B). 3789 E. Atsina Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $341,500. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-99-319). 233 N. Haskell Ave., Willcox - commercial or industrial property purchased for $170,000. Buyer from Willcox (20328-252, 203-28-253, 203-28254A). 4606 Territorial Loop, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $151,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (107-78-567-8).
Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $116,500, Buyers from Sierra Vista (106-59-003-6). 412 E. Patrick Drive, Benson - residential property purchased for $111,500. Buyers from Benson (123-39-165-9). 4962 S. Santa Lucia Ave., Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $135,000. Buyer from Sugar Grove, Illinois (107-68-055). Vacant land, Tombstone - vacant land purchased for $160,000. Buyers from Tucson (10901-004K-6). 2500 W. Business I10, San Simon - Commercial or industrial property purchased for $4,100,000. Buyer from Bowie (30305-001B, 303-05-001E, 303-05-001F, 303-05-001H, 303-33-294A, 303-33-296, 303-33-297, 303-33-298, 303-33-301). 660 E. Allen lane, Huachuca City - residential property purchased for $148,000. Buyers from Tombstone (106-16-018A). 7620 S. Elkhorn Court, Hereford - residential property purchased for $194,000, Buyer from Hereford (104-08-121). Vacant land, Willcox - agricultural property purchased for $192,000. Buyers from Stockton, California (301-04-021-0). 247 E. Saguaro Road, Willcox - residential property purchased for $115,000. Buyers from Willcox (202-46-435-9, 20246-464-3).
5620 S. Hwy. 92, Hereford - commercial or industrial property purchased for $2,151,271. Buyers from San Diego, California (105-40-035H-7). 7101 E. Hwy. 181, Pearce - a mobile or manufactured home, affixed, purchased for $145,000. Buyer from Pearce (401-66-004-0). 346 S. Gila St., Benson - residential property purchased for $154,000. Buyers from Vail (123-23300D-3). 975 E. Two Hills Back Road, Benson - residential property purchased for
1017 Plaza Aguilar, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $218,900. Buyers from Sierra Vista (107-51-115-0). 2301 Orchid Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $190,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (105-92-720-1). 225 N. Sunset Strip, Willcox - residential property purchased for $210,000. Buyers from Scottsdale (202-42-018E-5). 225 N. Sunset Strip, Willcox - residential property purchased for $210,000. Buyers from Morenci (202-42-018E-5).
6421 W. Hwy. 90 & 6491 E. Little Michigan Road, Sierra Vista commercial or industrial property purchased for $1,050,000. Buyers from Santa Clarita, California (107-23-029, 107-23-020B, 107-21-007D). 4434 Calle Albuquerque, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $160,000. Buyer from Douglas (10778-790-8). 5576 W. Wolf Run, Bisbee - residential property purchased for $299,000. Buyers from Bisbee (102-01-030A-5, 10201-030B-4). 1925 S. Barnett Road, Bisbee - a mobile or manufactured home, affixed, purchased for $95,000. Buyer from Bisbee (102-33-210K-1). 809 Tombstone Canyon, Bisbee - residential property purchased for $225,000. Buyer from Laveen (103-60-355A).
DECEMBER 10 1904 Golf Links Road, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $309,900. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-92-056-07). 3412 E. Ojibwa St., Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $223,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-99-026-01). 3010 Softwind Drive - residential property purchased for $229,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-97-469-08). 2663 Knollridge Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $400,000. Buyers from Federal Way, Washington (105-97-731). 1278 Heather Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $280,000. Buyers from Hereford (105-92-242). 2316 N. Hacienda Drive, Benson - residential property purchased for $95,000. Buyer from Benson (208-69-294-5). 1705 S. Tenen Pass Drive, Benson - residential property purchased for $198,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (124-77-017). 62 N. Oak Drive, Benson - commercial or industrial property purchased for $1,500,000. Buyers from Kennewick, Washington (124-15751,124-15-752). 1215 N. Camino San Rafael, Tombstone - a mobile or manufactured home, affixed, purchased for $122,000. Buyer from Hayward, California (10921-054).
DECEMBER 11 1865 Laurel Lane,
Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $340,000. Buyer from
Tucson (105-92-339). 1050 E. Sonora Verde Drive, Benson - a mobile or manufactured home, affixed, purchased for $139,000. Buyer from Fort Smith, Arkansas (208-47075-2). 5322 S. Amanda Lane, Sierra Vista - a mobile or manufactured home, affixed, purchased for $180,000. Buyers from San Luis Obispo, California (11018-015C). 3446 Red Leaf lane, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $325,000. Buyers from Fort Leavenworth, Kansas (10616-706-01). 1275 Business Loop, Interstate 10 Exit 366, Bowie - commercial or industrial property purchased for $610,000. Buyers from Northridge, California (30228-004). DECEMBER 12 5300 Calle Granada,
Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $185,000. Buyers from San Diego, California (107-49392-2). 6367 S. Jaxel Road, Hereford - residential property purchased for $273,800. Buyers from Hereford (104-03-005). 2996 Copper Pointe Drive, Sierra Vista residential property purchased for $220,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-16-457-08). 2932 Mockingbird, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $110,000. Buyers from Tucson (105-04-218). 125 Balfour Place, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $210,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (105-15-186). 1301 Andrea Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $140,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (106-74-135). 4373 S. Louise Ave., Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $124,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (107-37-074). DECEMBER 13 1215 Treasure Road,
Pearce - residential property purchased for $115,000. Buyer from Pearce (114-14-057). 3312 Pebble Beach Drive, Sierra Vista residential property purchased for $295,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (10598-074-7). 186A Quality Hill Road, Bisbee - residential property purchased for $264,000. Buyer from Bisbee (103-61-405B-1). 5344 Highland Shadows Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $194,500. Buyer from Sierra Vista (107-
49-234-07). 919 American Ave., Bisbee - residential property purchased for $80,000. Buyer from Chandler (103-73-054). 1700 Sunview Way, Sierra vista - residential property purchased for $235,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-92-687). 3430 Coral Ridge Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $245,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-95-463-4). 10020 N. Hwy. 191, Elfrida - residential property purchased for $250,000. Buyer from Elfrida (403-42003-1). 5499 Canteria Court, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $264,000. Buyers from Cameron, North Carolina (107-49-942-9). 1080 Catalina Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $85,000. Buyers from Tucson (106-63-356). 1598 W. Diamond Lane, Cochise - residential property purchased for $185,000. Buyers from Cochise (205-07-003A). 6643 S. Nucci Lane, Hereford - residential property purchased for $100,000. Buyers from Tucson (104-76-033Q). 5203 S. Apache Ave., Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $252,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-94-256). 246 N. Shupe St., Benson - residential property purchased for $131,000. Buyers from Benson (123-24-378-7). 948 W. Cholla Trail, Tombstone - residential property purchased for $120,000. Buyer from Prescott (108-15-008). 2135 Kaleigh Court, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $293,653. Buyers from Sierra Vista (106-75-196). 1030 S. Barrel Cactus Ridge, Unit 129, Benson - a mobile or manufactured home, not affixed, purchased for $170,000. Buyers from Benson (12347-820-0). 5656 S. Blum Lane, Hereford - residential property purchased for $205,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (104-02-070C-6). 10348 N. Hwy. 191, Elfrida - commercial or industrial property purchased for $75,000. Buyers from Elfrida (403-32032B, 403-32-032C). 1073 Wagner Place, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $307,000. Buyers from Clarksville, Tennessee (10672-554). 2709 Lopez Link, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $188,900. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-98-278).
5297 E. Finch Circle, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $110,000. Buyer from Huachuca City (107-77-128). 4432 Citadel Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $163,500. Buyer from Sierra Vista (107-51-036). 1975 Chaplin Carter, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $185,000. Buyers from Tucson (106-72-195-06).
DECEMBER 16 2230 Orchid Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $165,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (105-92-729-8). 135 E. Maley St., Willcox - commercial or industrial property purchased for $175,000. Buyers from Bowie (203-28-234-7). 9 OK St., Bisbee - residential property purchased for $220,000. Buyer from Tacoma, Washington (103-62-429-6). 332 Steffens St., Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $127,900. Buyers from Sierra Vista (106-68-220-4). 5308 E. Branding Iron Drive, Hereford - a mobile or manufactured home, affixed, purchased for $112,500. Buyer from Bozeman, Montana (10408-079). 1468 W. Big Room Place, Benson - residential property purchased for $225,000. Buyer from Benson (124-77-139-1). 2049 E. Elmwood Lane, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $210,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-92-381). 2900 Barcelona Drive, Douglas - residential property purchased for $188,500. Buyers from Douglas (410-32-261-6). 412 E. Saguaro Lane, Bisbee - residential property purchased for $78,000. Buyer from Portland, Oregon (101-43004A-5). 5517 Desert Willow Loop, Sierra Vista residential property purchased for $295,770. Buyers from Sierra Vista (107-49-764-9).
DECEMBER 17 11870 N. Fort Grant road , 6015 W. Chief Drive, Willcox - residential property purchased for $214,100. Buyer from Green Valley (201-04-080, 201-04079). 2629 E. Pawnee Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $495,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-94-090-01). 1300 Paseo San Luis, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $132,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (107-82-097).
DECEMBER 18 1076 Tularosa Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $ 2 15,000. Buyer from Douglas (107-4 9 -608). 3 2 01 Avenida de Suenos, Sierra Vista -
residential property purchased for $ 2 15,000. Buyers from Carmel, California (105-9 7-3 2 7-9 ). 716 Canterbury, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $ 152 ,500. Buyers from Tucson (10515-04 3 ). DECEMBER 19 2 2 18 Longview Drive,
Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $ 2 70,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-16-101-4 ). 62 2 1 E. Saddlehorn Circle, Hereford - residential property purchased for $ 3 80,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (104 -2 4 -3 9 6). 552 5 Mesa Verde Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $ 2 9 4 ,000. Buyers from Fort Huachuca (107-4 9 -74 6-07). 2 54 6 E. Roadrunner Ridge, Tombstone residential property purchased for $ 2 55,9 00. Buyers from Huachuca City (108-3 1-012 B). 111 S. 13 th St., Tombstone - residential property purchased for $ 14 5,000. Buyers from Fresno, California (109 -14 012 -1). 1800 E. Wilcox Drive, Sierra Vista - vacant land purchased for $ 9 9 ,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-07-002 C). DECEMBER 20 84 80 S. Rio Santiago,
Hereford - residential property purchased for $ 4 09 ,59 8. Buyers from Gilbert (104 -2 7-107). 2 54 6 Bending Willow Lane, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $ 2 87,9 00. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-9 6-4 9 8-9 ). 2 3 89 N. Desert View Place, Huachuca City - residential property purchased for $ 187,000. Buyers from Fort Huachuca (106-04 -13 7D-7). 2 114 Santa Rosa Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $ 12 0,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-56-102 -3 ). 871 Montrose Ave., Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $ 175,3 75. Buyers from Bisbee (107-4 9 -63 6-1). 181 Park Court, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $ 82 ,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-04 -4 3 5-09 ). 53 2 Pine Tree Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $ 103 ,500. Buyer from Milaca, Minnesota (107-1703 2 -4 ). 4 704 E. Gardner St., Sierra Vista - a mobile or manufactured home, affixed, purchased for $ 12 0,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (107-66-006A). 64 9 E. 9 th St., Douglas - residential property purchased for $ 175,000. Buyers from Tucson (4 09 -
03 -151-6). 2 188 Jacks Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $ 2 50,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (106-75-2 17). 83 0 Arizona St., Huachuca City - commercial or industrial property purchased for $ 3 00,000. Buyers from Huachuca City (106-4 8-14 3 , 106-4 7-02 0D). 166 W. Delos St., Willcox - residential property purchased for $ 13 9 ,9 00. Buyer from Chandler (2 03 -2 8-19 2 -8). 4 07 N. Dale Road, Sunsites - residential property purchased for $ 12 9 ,000. Buyers from Concord, California (114 -184 50). 52 9 2 Encanto Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $ 2 4 2 ,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (107-4 7-155). 12 72 Horner Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $ 2 03 ,73 3 . Buyers from Colorado Springs, Colorado (106-72 -4 51). 2 73 7 W. Airport Road, Willcox - residential property purchased for $ 77,4 00. Buyer from Willcox (2 03 -06-013 -8). 4 861 Loma Loop, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $ 179 ,9 00. Buyer from Wahiawa, Hawaii (107-78-182 -3 ). 2 083 Santa Rita Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for
$ 13 7,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (105-56-059 -2 ). 19 2 4 E. 5th St., Douglas - residential property purchased for $ 87,000. Buyer from Douglas (4 09 2 7-005-6). 6580 E. Ramsey Road, Hereford - residential property purchased for $ 170,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (104 -82 -017G-1). 1803 Avenida La Corte, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $ 14 5,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (107-78-079 E-3 ). DECEMBER 23 14 4 5 W. Sheep Wash Way, Benson - residential property purchased for $ 2 79 ,3 52 . Buyer from Sierra Vista (12 4 -77-075). 52 17 S. Hwy. 9 2 , Sierra Vista - commercial or industrial property purchased for $ 3 ,3 4 9 ,083 . Buyers from San Diego, California (107-67-004 B-6). 101 16th St., Douglas - commercial or industrial property purchased for $ 3 ,19 8,676. Buyers from San Diego, California (4 08-2 5007B-7). 104 E. 4 th St., Benson - commercial or industrial property purchased for $ 1,2 00,168. Buyers from San Diego, California (12 3 2 3 -12 4 , 12 3 -2 3 -12 5, 12 3 -2 3 12 7A). 1060 18th St., Douglas - commercial or industrial property purchased for $ 2 ,007,4 70. Buyers from San
Diego, California (4 08-2 711 110A-9 ). 9 4 Bisbee Road, Bisbee - commercial or industrial property purchased for $ 1,061,4 88. Buyers from San Diego, California (102 -12 073 B-1). 2 51 Frontage Road, Pearce - commercial or industrial property purchased for $ 1,806,83 0. Buyers from San Diego, California (114 -14 -19 9 -9 , 114 -14 -2 00-8). 2 755 Provenza Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $ 2 61,500. Buyer from Sierra Vista (105-9 7-773 ). 106 Mohave Drive, Bisbee - residential property purchased for $ 13 5,000. Buyers from Phoenix (102 -2 0-3 05-0). 2 0 Moj ave Trail, Bisbee - residential property purchased for $ 12 8,000. Buyers from Bisbee (101-1114 7-5). 4 508 S. Shoshoni Ave., Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $ 2 50,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-9 9 -179 ). 3 010 S. Moson Road, Sierra Vista - a mobile or manufactured home, affixed, purchased for $ 118,000. Buyer from Bloomington, Illinois (10755-008C-2 ). 74 5 Via Serena, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $ 12 0,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (1074 9 -016).
801 N. Mesa Ave., Willcox - residential property purchased for $ 14 9 ,000. Buyers from Willcox (2 03 -2 9 -2 3 2 -4 ). 1880 E. 2 1st St., Douglas - residential property purchased for $ 186,000. Buyers from Douglas (4 10-19 -071). Vacant Land - Indian Springs Road, San Simon - vacant land purchased for $ 600,000. Buyers from Beverly Hills, California (a portion of 3 03 -18-002 ). 2 9 4 5 Greenbrier Road, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $ 2 4 9 ,000. Buyers from Henderson, Nevada (10516-19 2 ). 2 9 00 Sun Crest Drive - residential property purchased for $ 2 13 ,500. Buyers from Boulder City, Nevada (105-9 5-4 00-1). 2 2 19 Brogan Court, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $ 2 69 ,4 71. Buyers from Spring Valley, California (106-75-2 2 1). 4 003 Paseo Q uieto, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $ 53 9 ,700. Buyers from Sierra Vista (107-01-2 04 -00).
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Cochise County Sheriff (non-emergency) 800-3 62 0812 Highway Patrol 52 074 6-4 500 Canyon Vista Medical Center 52 0 2 63 -2 000 Benson Hospital 52 0586-2 2 61 Copper Queen Community Hospital 52 04 3 2 -53 83
Electric – SSVEC Sulpher Springs Valley Electrical Cooperative 3 11 Wilcox, Sierra Vista 52 0-4 58-4 69 1
Liberty Water 4 055 Campus Road, Sierra Vista 52 0-4 58-54 70 Serves – All area not listed below
Arizona Water 77 Calle Portal, Sierra Vista 52 0-4 58-5660 Serves – Town & Country, Summit, Village Meadows, Village Green, Mountain Mesa East Slope Water Company 800-3 15-53 3 3 Indiada Water Company 800-3 15-53 3 3 Antelope Run Water 800-3 15-53 3 3
Algonquin Water Service 62 3 -2 9 8-3 73 8 Huachuca City Water Company 500 N Gonzales, Huachuca City 52 0-4 56-13 54 Whetstone Water District Office Closed Tuesday and Thursday 52 0-4 56-2 12 5
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MLS171554 • $247,000 7537 LAZY Y5 RD
3BD/2.5BA, 3 Car Garage, 2,382 sq. ft, Bring your telescope to this spectacular mountain-side home! Separate 2-car garage with 2nd floor office/den & roof-top observatory. Like-new condition. Wonderful kitchen with newer appliances. Master bedroom & 2 baths on the first level, 2 guest bedrooms & bath on 2nd level with outside entry to balcony that wraps around the house for views of all mountain ranges. Private well w/ large storage tank. Attached 1 car garage. Special dual pane Andersen Windows and so much more.
25.87 Acres, High Visibility Commercial Parcel on Hwy 90N between Redwing and Lobo Lane. Land can be split by new owner. Commercial Well on the property. Electricity is to the lot line. Paved entry from Hwy at both Redwing & Lobo Lane. Located just north of Hwy 82 & before the Border Patrol Check Point. Only a few miles from Kartchner Caverns State Park.
3BD/3BA, 2 Car Garage, 2531 sq. ft. Unique Santa Fe Style home on 4.07 acres, just waiting for a buyer’s finishing touches. 2 Master Suites with walk-in closets. Tiled ceiling in the living room. Custom handcrafted doors through-out. Safety Grab bars in all bathrooms. Wood burning stove. Large additional garage/workshop with electric. 800 sq. ft Quonset carport. Low Flow Toilets. Triple Pane Windows. Rain Water Harvesting System in place. Mountain views all around. Home is unfinished and does need work. May qualify on FHA 203K loan
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10.99 Acres, Unparalleled, spectacular views of all the mountain ranges surrounding the San Pedro River Valley! Deeded road easement to the property. Well Share. Electricity on the property. Home site graded on land. Can be divided into 2 parcels of you want to sell half. No HOA!! There is even a couple of mine shafts on the land! Live “above the world”. Privacy, peace, & quiet for great country living. At night see the stars and a blanket of lights from Sierra Vista, Bisbee, Tombstone and Along the Valley.
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MLS159770 • $39,900 90A ADAM TRL, HF 8 Acres 360-degree Mountain Views! Beautiful, secluded lot with horse privileges, half well-share, mesquite trees and lots of blue sky! Road is in good condition. HOA fees are reasonable. Only 1 home next door. Perfect spot for you to enjoy privacy and space.
MLS172727 • $109,900 211 1ST ST, HUACHUCA CITY 3BD/1BA,912 Sq. Ft ,Beautifully remodeled home with single car garage. Excellent location for easy access to Fort Huachuca, Sierra Vista, Benson & Tucson. Refrigerator and Washer stay. Roof recoated. New swamp cooler and natural gas furnace. Newer natural gas HWH. Plumbed for gas dryer in large workshop with electric. Covered patio. Fenced yard. Must see to appreciate!
MLS171738 • $65,000 LOT 013B W WOLF RUN 18.50 Acres, Best Views in the area!! High, open & relatively level land just under the Mule Mountains east of the San Pedro with spectacular views if the whole Huachuca Range. Neighbors have wells so water should be available for this parcel also. Nice site built homes in the area. Build your dream home on this large parcel for elbow room or split into 4 parcels to sell...your choice.
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HUGE 2004 Split Plan-Two LR areas sitting on .94 Acres. 4br with MBR retreat!! 2 bath. This lovely well maintained home features Large Kitchen, plenty of cabinets, breakfast bar. Wood Laminate floors. Back LR with Fireplace off Private huge Master bedroom = Retreat/Sitting area. Custom shade Blinds. Large Front and Back decks. New Roof in 2017. New Heat pump 2017.