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Winter in Tucson? 84 degrees

Howdy! Rodeo time here in Tucson.  I attended the event yesterday and it was fantastic to see the old west still alive and exciting.  Bull riders had a hard time staying on those 1500 pound, big horned animals!  In fact only one of the tough cowboys finally made it for the 8 seconds late in the after noon.  The most fun was the 4 year old and up lamb bareback riders.  Yes, it just made you laugh and yell and clap for the brave little cowboys and cowgirls.  Visitors from around the country, cold states, Minnesota, South Dakota, Wyoming (my home state, well where I was born anyway), and many other states where in the stands.  They were enjoying the warmth of the sun and the fun of the west.

Visit the Accenture Golf Tournament which officially starts on Wednesday, and wrap up the week with a visit to the Tucson Rodeo Grounds for World Class Pro Rodeo Finals and it’s champions, right here in Tucson.

You can make this a permanent way of life if want to have country living within a few minutes reach of the city the Red Hawk at J6 Ranch custom home lots can be yours for just as little as $52,000.00 for 2.6 acres.  The lots at Red Hawk are ready to build on.  Remember what your dad said?  Buy Land!  Still holds true today.  The American dream is to own your own plot of land and be assured that it will be there for generations to come.  And it will, but first you must take the first step. See Red Hawk in Person. Just a short 30 minute drive east of Tucson on Interstate 10 and exit at 297.  You will love this country side!! Very different from downtown Tucson.  But all the views still there. We have terrain for everyone.Image

Come out and see why our residents that currently reside in Red Hawk the area.  Call us for information 800-797-0054 , 520546-4295 or 520-481-9101. See enough numbers here so that you will reach someone anytime you call.

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Horse Rider in the distance.

Horse Rider in the distance.

View from Lot 192 at Red Hawk looking at Fairfield Homes new home model under construction. It will be completed in 60 days. Check us out. Red Hawk at J6 Ranch

Visualization Time: How Much Is An Acre of Land?

I would love to take credit  for this well written piece. But can’t, It belongs to The Ranches of Brushy Top Texas Hill Country.  Thank you Brushy Top for this article.

Visualization Time: How Much Is An Acre of Land?

                     

// Many people, particularly those who are accustomed to living an urban lifestyle, have a difficult time picturing what an acre of land actually looks like. When we think of land, we think of wide-open spaces in the middle of nowhere, and if you’ve never been in the middle of nowhere … well, visualizing an acre of land can be a bit of a challenge. However, when considering buying an acre of land, it would be beneficial if you understood exactly what that means.

An Acre of Land: Where Does the Term Come From?
The word “acre” derives from an old English word meaning “open field.” In the Middle Ages, farmers considered an acre to be the amount of land that could be plowed in a day with an ox.

Thankfully, today’s standards are much more measurable. Today, one acre equals 43,560 square feet. To determine acreage, multiply the length of a property by its width, and then taking the resulting number—the net square footage—and divide by 43,560.

Visual Aids: What’s as Big as an Acre?
Sure, it is helpful to know how to calculate the size of an acre of land; however, visualization is a much better way to understand acreage. Here are some insights that might help:

  • An acre of land is equivalent to roughly the size of a football field, minus the end zones.
  • The White House in Washington, D.C. sits on 18 acres of land. It’s hard to imagine that 18 acres of land fit in a city so tightly packed.
  • But it happens in all cities, even in New York City. One of the most famous parks in the world—Central Park—is a whopping 843 acres! And Macy’s department store—the flagship of the behemoth retailer—is 11 floors and takes up an entire city block. The building takes up three acres.
  • The standard Walmart and Lowe’s stores, which tend to be a bit large, measure about two to two-and-a-half acres each. That means that if you were to cut the store approximately in half, or a little less than half, you would have an acre.

And there you have it.  We at Western Land Investments, and for Red Hawk at J6 Ranch think the best place for your money is in land.  Whether it be 1 acre or 100 acres.  There are amazing choices for land ownership.  Whether you buy in Texas or Arizona.  Land is solid. It is a timeless jewel.