Copper Basin PAD

N of SEC Hunt Highway and Quartzite Rd Queen Creek, AZ 85143

FOR SALE
Property Type:
Padsites
Amount:
$840,000
Last Verified:
Apr 06, 2021

Highlights

  • 1.61 AC PAD for Sale for $840,000 ($11.97/ SF)
  • Adjacent to The Shops at Copper Basin, and National Tenants such as Barro's Pizza, Chevron, Filiberto's Mexican Food, Geno's and more.
  • Within a mile of Lifepoint Church and YMCA, and under 5 miles from Johnson Ranch Golf Club, Golf Club at Oasis and Central Arizona College.

Description

1.61 AC PAD for Sale. Located in the heart of the Copper Basin community on the east side of East Hunt Highway, South of E Quartzite Rd Road in San Tan Valley, Arizona.
San Tan Valley is an unincorporated city in Pinal County between the cities of Queen Creek and Florence about 30 miles southeast of metropolitan Phoenix. San Tan Valley is in the growth
corridor between Phoenix and Tucson, projected to become one of ten major Megapolitan areas in the US.

1.61 AC PAD for Sale. Located in the heart of the Copper Basin community on the east side of East Hunt Highway, South of E Quartzite Rd Road in San Tan Valley, Arizona.
San Tan Valley is an unincorporated city in Pinal County between the cities of Queen Creek and Florence about 30 miles southeast of metropolitan Phoenix. San Tan Valley is in the growth
corridor between Phoenix and Tucson, projected to become one of ten major Megapolitan areas in the US.

Lot Size: 1.61 acres

Map of N of SEC Hunt Highway and Quartzite Rd , Queen Creek, AZ, 85143

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