Junming Jeannie

Jumping Jeannie

Jumping Jeannie's Juniperwoods Ranch

The 3J Ranch in Ashfork AZ

80 acres of prime real estate. On Historical Route 66

Located on frontage road off of Interstate 40

Between Seligman and Williams

Contact the owner

Jeannie at admin@emlane.com

Route  66 on The  3J   Ranch

Beautiful land!

Fulfill your dreams In Ashfork Arizona

  1. Clean pristine air

  2. Wide open spaces

  3. Peaceful rural living

  4. The perfect get away!

  5. Enjoy the Wild West

AshFork is located in beautiful northern Arizona. Peaceful Rural living Ashfork does not have a single traffic light. No Smog, and wide open spaces. Your western get away. unspoiled land. Retire here for less money. Many folks commute to Flagstaff AZ and Prescott AZ. Moderate climate. In the summer, it is cooler than Las Vegas. Antelope, elk, and wildlife roam free. Ashfork is surrounded by national forest. Historical Route 66 runs right through town. If you're tired of the rat race of city life, Come to Ashfork, AZ.

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"We are not talking desert here! No Phoenix heat, No Flagstaff Snow."

Kaibah Estates to the north of town and Juniperwoods Ranch, to the south. Industrial and commercial land sites are available. There are five stone yards which quarry and ship nationwide the beautiful flagstone found north and south of town. Route 66, marked with historic markers runs the length of the town. some of the motels, gas stations and businesses along the route have operated since the beginning of the road in 1926. "In the north central mountain country of Arizona, Ash Fork's moderate climate and excellent location makes it a perfect; stopping point to see surrounding area. The Kailab and Coconina NationalForest dominate the eastern horizon.

Investors are snapping up land like its going out of style.

AshFork in north-central Arizona is at the junction of state Highway 89 and Interstate 40 on Historic Route 66. The Kaibab mountain peak dominate the eastern horizon elevation 5.142. The community, at an elevation of 5,142 feet, started as a stage depot situated under a group of ash trees at the fork of Ash Creek. The arrival of the railroad in 1882 changed the economy of the area. The Atchison, Topeka and Santa Fe Railroad ran on the left side of town. The Santa Fe Railway line to Phoenix connects with the main line in Ash Fork.

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