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Experience Off-Grid Living: Land near The Grand Canyon

Tiny Homes Welcome in Grand Canyon Junction (AKA Valle)

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Finance Terms

Payment Note(s)

To secure the property for owner finance payments you will be redirected to our payment page to make the down payment and $250 non-refundable closing and doc fee. Note also when financed in-house a $15/mo loan service fee and estimated property taxes to be added to monthly payment.

To secure the property for cash payment you will be redirected to our payment page to make the deposit plus the $250 non-refundable closing and doc fee. You will be contacted for arrangements to pay the full cash payment by wire transfer, cashier check, etc


The Grand Canyon attracts visitors from around the world. You will have freedom of choice as a land owner in Grand Canyon Estates, since there are no homeowners associations. The South Rim is only about 30 minutes away. It is an area known for its off-grid living and recreational camping. It is home to a number of homesteaders who have chosen to live a self-sustaining lifestyle. These homesteaders derive their power from solar panels and other renewable energy sources. This area is also known for its scenic beauty and starry dark night skies. Grand Canyon is a great place to escape from the hustle and bustle of everyday life and experience off-grid living in a breathtakingly beautiful location.

Would you like some recreational land that you can enjoy right now. With the option of building a tiny house or cabin in the future. A Picture-perfect woodland property in an unincorporated area with no restrictions beyond county ordinances. You can enjoy the areas many outdoor activities and take your time to eventually or slowly build an off-grid cabin or tiny home because there are no time limits to build. You can camp  and bring your RV for more than 3 months or live in it while you build.

Grand Canyon Estates is located in North Central Arizona at Grand Canyon Junction (aka Valle). This community is unique in that it provides access to the Grand Canyon and other outdoor activities, while also providing a secure and safe place to live. Residents of Grand Canyon Estates enjoy all the amenities of home, while still being able to explore the outdoors. The surrounding area is filled with mountains, canyons, and forests, making it a perfect destination for camping, hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. Valle has two campgrounds, one at the base of the Grand Canyon and one in the nearby Coconino National Forest. Both offer stunning views of the surrounding area, and the Grand Canyon campground is especially popular due to its proximity to the canyon. There are also numerous hiking trails in the area, including the popular Bright Angel Trail.

There are many recreational activities in the area, of course Grand Canyon National Park and its attractions. Hiking the trails there or in the nearby Kaibab national forest. Water activities such as boating, fishing, skiing on Lake Mead or rafting on Colorado River.  In the winter there is snow skiing at Arizona Snowbowl. This has possibility of future growth and progress and is among the most amazing and breathtaking regions of Arizona. Inspiration Guaranteed!  Overall, a nicely treed off-grid land in Grand Canyon Estate would be a dream come true for anyone seeking a peaceful, natural escape from the demands of modern life.

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Property Information

Parcel Size

1.03 Acres




Coconino County

Nearest Cities

Grand Canyon Junction (aka Valle), Williams, Flagstaff

Parcel Number



2147 S Columbine St, Williams, AZ 86046

Legal Description

Lot Thirty-one (31), GRAND CANYON SUBDIVISION , UNIT SIXTEEN (16) , as recorded in the office of the County Recorder of Coconino County, Arizona. Together with 50% of the oil, gas and mineral rights, if any.

Driving Direction

On Hwy. 180, approximately 5.3 miles from Hwy 64 in Valle, turn left (east) on Canyon Vista Road. Follow Canyon Vista Rd approximately 0.75 mi. to Parker Rd. Turn right on Parker Rd and go 0.12 mi to S. Columbine St. on the left. Go north on S. Columbine St. about 0.23 mi. to the parcel southwest corner on the right. The parcel northwest corner is 50 yards ahead on Columbine St.









Dirt Road


Solar or Generator


Haul/Holding Tank


35.6266, -112.0647


Agricultural Residential (AR)

NE corner

35.6266, -112.0647

NW corner

35.6266, -112.0657

SE corner

35.6258, -112.0669

SW corner

35.6262, -112.0657

Nearby Attractions/City

Grand Canyon National Park

Grand Canyon National Park, in Arizona, is home to much of the immense Grand Canyon, with its layered bands of red rock revealing millions of years of geological history. Viewpoints include Mather Point, Yavapai Observation Station and architect Mary Colter’s Lookout Studio and her Desert View Watchtower. Lipan Point, with wide views of the canyon and Colorado River, is a popular, especially at sunrise and sunset.


Flagstaff is an hour drive away, often called the “The City of Seven Wonders” because it sits in the midst of the Coconino National Forest and is circled by the Grand Canyon, Oak Creek Canyon, Walnut Canyon, Wupatki National Monument, Sunset Crater National Monument, and the San Francisco Peaks.

The city , surrounded by mountains, desert and ponderosa pine forest, is a gateway to the San Francisco Peaks, home to Arizona’s tallest mountain (Humphreys Peak) and the Arizona Snowbowl ski resort. Nearby, Wupatki National Monument has Native American pueblo sites, and Walnut Canyon National Monument is dotted with their cliff dwellings.


Is approx. 30 miles south of the property, which makes Williams just 60 miles away from the southern rim of the Grand Canyon. This makes Williams a popular stop for visitors to the natural beauty of Arizona. The historic Grand Canyon Railway makes it southern stop here, ferrying hundreds of thousands of tourists every year to and from the Canyon on its hundred-year-old steam-powered line. In the more immediate surrounds, the Kaibab National Forest and the Bill Williams Mountain area provide great opportunities for camping, hiking and adventure.

Hunting – Kaibab and Coconino National Forest

Arizona offers some of the best, and most unique, hunting opportunities in the nation. Whether your pursuits in the field involve any of the state’s 10 big-game species, or its abundant small-game choices, including waterfowl, hunters can count on having an enjoyable and memorable experience. More information needed to start preparing for your next hunting adventure on the Arizona Game and Fish Department website.


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