• 1249 Desert Dr, Winslow, AZ 86047

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138.0
Acres
Negotiable
Sale Price
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    Land parcel consisting of ±138 acres is for sale at 1249 S. Desert Drive in Winslow, Arizona, adjacent to the airport. Existing well is located on property. Sale price is $0.15 per square foot.


    Located in west-central Navajo County, Winslow-Lindbergh Regional Airport serves as an economic engine to the second largest community in the county. The airport was built in 1929 by Transcontinental Air Transport (TAT). Aviator Charles Lindbergh, who served as head of TAT’s Technical Committee, chose Winslow as one of 12 critical refueling stops on the nation’s first transcontinental passenger line. For many years it was the only all-weather airport between Albuquerque, New Mexico and Los Angeles, California. The U.S. Forest Service has a fire-fighting air tanker base housed here, with eight aircraft based on the field.

    Land parcel is located southeast of the airport
    Area attractions include Meteor Crater, parks, historic buildings and museums
    Area employers: US Dept. of Health & Human Services, Winslow Campus of Care, Tooh Dineh Industries Inc., Winslow City Hall, Bashas, Winslow Indian Healthcare Center, Turquoise Room and Meteor Crater Enterprises Inc.

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Land for Sale Adjacent to Winslow Airport

Land parcel consisting of ±138 acres is for sale at 1249 S. Desert Drive in Winslow, Arizona, adjacent to the airport. Existing well is located on property. Sale price is $0.15 per square foot.


Located in west-central Navajo County, Winslow-Lindbergh Regional Airport serves as an economic engine to the second largest community in the county. The airport was built in 1929 by Transcontinental Air Transport (TAT). Aviator Charles Lindbergh, who served as head of TAT’s Technical Committee, chose Winslow as one of 12 critical refueling stops on the nation’s first transcontinental passenger line. For many years it was the only all-weather airport between Albuquerque, New Mexico and Los Angeles, California. The U.S. Forest Service has a fire-fighting air tanker base housed here, with eight aircraft based on the field.

Land parcel is located southeast of the airport
Area attractions include Meteor Crater, parks, historic buildings and museums
Area employers: US Dept. of Health & Human Services, Winslow Campus of Care, Tooh Dineh Industries Inc., Winslow City Hall, Bashas, Winslow Indian Healthcare Center, Turquoise Room and Meteor Crater Enterprises Inc.

  • Property Type
    Land
  • Total Acres
    138.0
  • Zoning
    A-General
  • Last updated
    Feb 27, 2019
  • Property ID
    2043889

Landlord's Sales Representatives

  • Keri Scott
    Colliers | Phoenix
     
  • Golden St. John
    Colliers | Phoenix
     
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