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Quiet Desert at The Arroyos Preserve

Project Details For Our RV Park Estates and Resort

The project is broken into 2 separate phases: Phase 1: 40-acres, and Phase 2: 10-acres. Since acquisition in 2005, Phase 1 has steadily moved forward with the addition of all necessary entitlements, including the Final Plat granted by La Paz County in mid 2009, for 129-lot subdivision. Phase 2 was added in 2008 and had completed its land-planning and Tentative Map for an additional 37-lots sized specifically for RVs with enough space for small casitas and/or storage. Zoning and tentative map need reapproval for Phase 2 before it can be joined to Phase 1 and contain the entire project’s recreational amenities, including 9-hole pitch-n-putt golf course, pickleball, swimming pool and large community area with other facilities.

40-Acres with Final Plat

Consisting of 40 acres, this parcel has its Final Plat approved for a 129-lot subdivision named The Arroyos Preserve.
The subject 40-acres has all the governmental approvals and entitlements for the 129-lot Final Plat granted in 2009 by the County of La Paz, Arizona, and includes:

  • All infrastructure engineering (roads, well and water distribution, drainage, wastewater collection, wastewater processing and residential building sites),
  • 2 wells drilled and tested to receive the 100-Year Assured Water Supply issued by Arizona Department of Water Resources. The primary well has its final submerged 3-phase pump installed,
  • Wastewater treatment plant Aquifer Protection Permit, issued by Arizona Department of Environmental Quality, including completed engineering for construction of the processing plant from Santec Corporation,
  • Domestic Water Improvement District, a legal entity established for the purpose of providing water and wastewater services to The Arroyos Preserve,
  • BLM approved, 82-foot wide access Right of Way across BLM land with county approved engineering for constructing its road, and required Environmental Assessment,
  • Deed Restrictions that would enhance, control and protect the project’s natural amenities and environment, and
  • Lot sizes ranging from 7,000 s.f. to approximately 17,000 s.f., providing adequate room for average- to larger-size houses with attached RV storage garages.

In addition, the property presently has fully functional, off-the-grid living quarters, including:

  • 2 bedroom, 2 bathroom home of approximately 1600 sq.ft. with screened back patio and covered front patio and enclosed rock wall front yard with mature landscaping and auto irrigation system,
  • Solar power panels and batteries for moderate living usage “off the grid” throughout the property,
  • Free-standing, wood burning fireplace, and 2-propane refrigerators and stoves,
  • 1,000-gallon propane storage, and
  • Domestic well with 500-gallon pressurized tank water storage.

These living quarters would not remain in the developed subdivision
and are considered of no value in this sales offering.


10-Acres with RV Zoning* and Tentative Map

  • Consisting of 10 acres, this parcel is adjacent to Phase-1 and has been zoned with Tentative Map approval for 37 additional lots that are smaller in size for the RV resort style layout.*
  • Planned amenities include a 9-hole pitch-n-putt golf course, pickleball courts, outsized deck area, covered and enclosed ramada, large gathering area with fire pit and swimming pool, as well as a separate kitchen and bathroom structure.
  • It’s designed to tie-in to the larger, adjacent 40-acre parcel, as it becomes an integral part of The Arroyos Preserve RV Estates and Resort.

In addition, this 10-acre property presently has a small structure with tiny living quarters including bathroom and kitchen area, as well as a small garage for housing a modest amount of landscape maintenance equipment. These structures are considered of no value, but are in excellent shape with solid building material construction and are located in the area where The Arroyos Preserve community recreation would be. There is also a functioning well providing water.

*10-acres (Phase 2) zoning is not current and needs to be renewed by LaPaz County Board of Supervisors. In addition to renewing the zoning, final engineering and final plat for this parcel are needed.



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