Douglas, Arizona
Cochise College Park Estates


These beautiful lots are conveniently located just 5 minutes from Douglas, Arizona and have majestic 360 degree mountain views. Please click on the map links above for the exact location of the lots. This area affords the tranquility of living in wide-open spaces, yet is only minutes away from all of the modern conveniences. All of the lots are 120 feet deep and have an average width of 75 feet. These lots are within walking distance of the Douglas golf course. In addition to the golf course Douglas also has hotels, shopping, restaurants, fire station, post office, banks, medical facilities and churches. This area has a wonderfully pleasant elevation of 4200 feet, which means the weather is near perfect, with summer temperatures averaging a dry 85 degrees and winter temperatures averaging a mild 60 degrees. The area has about 11 inches of rainfall per year. This ideal climate attracts many "snow-birds" and retirees. The economy is mostly agriculture, ranching, mining, and tourism and has only a 2.8% unemployment rate. The primary irrigated crops are cotton, wheat, corn, grain, sorghum, and alfalfa hay. Also there are apples, peaches, cherries, grapes, pistachios, pecans, lettuce, chili and other vegetables. There are many U-Pick vegetable farms and orchards. The county has a population of about 125,000. Douglas has all of the modern amenities you would expect and also antique shops, museums, unique restaurants, specialty shops, and great people. This area is growing in value and popularity. Cochise County's population has grown 20.6% in the last 10 years alone. This property makes for a great investment or a great spot for that dream house or RV. This is a wonderful area for just about any outdoor activity you might be interested in and you will experience the true flavor of the American West. The famous Ok Corral in historic Tombstone, Az is only 50 miles away. The vast Chiricahua Mountain Range (peaks at 9,796 feet) and the Swisshelm Mountains are directly north and the Dragoon Mountains are to the northeast. The Coronado National Forest is just northwest and covers approx 1/2 million acres in the county offering an incredible variety of outdoor activities such as mountain bike riding, hiking, camping, hunting, fishing, boating, canoeing, horseback riding, ATV riding, site seeing, and just plain relaxing. There are many "Natural Wonders" to visit in Cochise County including Chiricahua National Monument, Cochise Stronghold, Coronado National Memorial, Parker Canyon Lake, and several Nature Conservancies boasting some of the best bird watching in the west. Large flocks of Sandhill Cranes winter here, and there are Hummingbirds, Elegant Trogans, and many others.
This area was a big part of the "Historic Wild West". Visit Tombstone, AZ, just 50 miles away and see the site of the famous "Shoot Out at the O.K. Corral" and the adjoining burial sites. Also visit the John Slaughter Ranch Museum, and Skelton Canyon where Geronimo surrendered, or visit the many Ghost Towns in the area. Horseback riding is also big at the many outfitters and ranches in the area. You can Golf at the Douglas Golf Course which as I mentioned before is withing walking distance of the lots.
The lots are zoned single-family residential. RV's and camping are permitted on a short term basis. There are absolutely no liens or encumbrances on the lots, taxes are less than $10.00 per year and are paid current. The lots are in a legally recorded subdivision with legal access and road frontage. Electric and phone are in the subdivision and water is in close proximity. This area is certainly positioned for growth. Most of the already developed areas of southeast Arizona like Tucson and Sierra Vista, are getting full and are seeing "Zero Growth Policies" starting. The influx of people will need to go somewhere. Cochise College Park Estates is already laid out as a development ready to go. As this area grows, the prices of these lots will drastically increase. There is a tremendous upside potential for appreciation.