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On March 13, 2010, bidders will have a rare chance to acquire Vulture Ranch, a sprawling 80 acre compound, and “an absolute jewel among Arizona real estate” locals claim. Opening bid is only $250,000.

Just 60 miles northwest of Phoenix, Vulture Ranch is a self-contained, off the grid Arizona real estate complex on the Sonoron Desert. It’s highlight is a nearly 5,000 square foot 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom main house and features four guest suites and two cottages. Vulture Ranch has a large reception hall, opening onto a perfectly landscaped courtyard. It’s a rare find on the real estate auction market.Vulture Ranch real estate auction features the following desirable amenities: a courtyard and entertaining area, a pool with a Jacuzzi hot tub, a putting green, an outdoor kitchen and barbeque facilities, beautifully landscaped gardens and a fountain, horse facilities, outbuildings, and a large fruit and nut orchard complete the ranch. This piece of Arizona real estate has two excellent wells, an 80,000 gallon water storage tank, a generator for power, a 23,000-acre grazing permit, a greenhouse, and a 75-tree fruit and nut orchard. Vulture Ranch is private, with scenic views of the Vulture Mountains, yet is close to shopping, entertainment and dining.

But it’s not just the land that’s an incredible steal in this real estate auction. The houses contain special amenities unique to the Arizona real estate market and superior craftsmanship using materials like granite, slate, travertine, hardwood and gas fireplaces throughout. A tower, providing 360-degree views of the ranch, is a place to enjoy stunning sunsets.

Just west of the main house, two cottages contain four 520 sq. ft. guest suites. South of the guest cottages, the 2,251 sq. ft. recreation hall contains kitchens, a fireplace and fountains, and a 60×80 garage/workshop. Vulture Ranch is the finest Arizona real estate available.

Learn more at Auctioneers assiter.com

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