40 Acres in Windmill Ranch – Kingman, AZ

Time to get out of the city!


Time to put the phone away and get back to nature where we belong. This is not your typical flat desert property – here you will find true adventure! 40 acres of mountainous terrain comprising of rock outcroppings, gullies, trees, cliffs, level areas, and everything in between. This property gives you all the space you need to explore and more.

The property is in a very rural setting, yet at only 35 minutes from Kingman you are close to all the supplies you need. The south side of the property is elevated providing views for miles. There are accessible flat areas for building sites in the front of the property or in the back on the bluff. This property is not in a flood zone, and with maintained roads all the way to the property, you can be assured your investment will be taken care of.

Some uses would be an off-grid residence, hunting camp, grazing land for horses and cattle, RV and camping spot, ATV riding, weekend getaway, bugout spot, or simply to hold as an asset or inflation hedge.

Don’t let this one slip by. Contact us now!


Directions: Click this link for Google Maps navigation.

From this point turn left and the property will be on your left in 500 feet.

Property Attributes

County: Mohave, AZ

Parcel Number: 253-21-055

Legal Description: Windmill Ranch, Lot 85

Electric: Solar, propane, or generator

Water: Would be well. We have drilling reports from the nearest 5 wells. Ask us for details!

Waste: Would be septic

Zoning: Agricultural / Residential

Taxes: $247.86 per year

Terrain: Mountainous

Elevation: 3,100′ – 3,250′

Windmill Ranches HOA

Primary Uses: Residential, recreational, or ranching

Mobile Homes: Allowed, must be less than 10 years old at time of installation

Travel Trailers / RVs: Allowed, but not as permanent residence

Livestock: Allowed, with fencing

Annual Dues: $200 for road maintenance

Kingman, AZ – 35 minutes to property

As you journey along the iconic Route 66, spanning from Chicago to LA, you’ll come across the historic city of Kingman in Northwest Arizona. This city holds a significant place in the route’s history. As Bobby Troup’s famous song from 1946 reminds us, Kingman is one of the cities you’ll pass through, offering a glimpse into the charm and allure of Route 66. Notably, Kingman is also the closest city to the awe-inspiring Grand Canyon, making it an ideal stop on your journey.

One of the things that make Kingman particularly appealing is its pleasant climate, thanks to its elevation of 3,300 feet. Nestled in Mohave County and with a population of nearly 30,000, Kingman flourished in the late 1800s when the railway arrived. Since then, it has evolved into an important hub for mining and ranching, encapsulating the spirit of the Wild West.

Kingman has an abundance of attractions and activities to keep you engaged during your visit. From immersing yourself in its captivating history to indulging in local cuisine, there’s something for everyone. As your time in Kingman draws to a close, you may find yourself feeling a touch of melancholy, cherishing the memories you’ve made.



Have questions? Ready to purchase?

Call or text Steve at 484-246-5436 email [email protected] anytime. We pride ourselves on being responsive to the satisfaction of our customers and typically return all calls and messages within the hour. We’ll be happy to explain what to expect with the closing process and answer any questions.

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