This property is part of Chevelon Canyon Ranch, a remote group of properties above the Mogollon Rim near the Sitgreaves National Forest. The area has been and continues to be part of a large working cattle ranch, and almost none of the other parcels have been developed, NONE in the immediate vicinity of this property are developed at all.
The property has a well with a solar-powered pump-jack and a 4500 gallon steel water tank. The primary structure consists of cargo containers, welded together and finished, with kitchen, bathroom, dining room and room for storage. All appliances (stove, refrigerator, washing machine, heater, etc.) are included.
The attached mechanical room houses the batteries, inverter, on-demand hot water unit, pressure tank, etc. Power is provided by a solar array. There is also a back-up propane generator. A wood cooking stove provides additional heat.
On the edge of the canyon is a small single-room building with a wood-stove. This was the original structure on the property, and it is impossible to see this cabin from the road.
The property is entirely fenced, and the north edge runs to the center-line of the river at the bottom of the canyon. There are several excellent building sites with canyon views.