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4th of July Around the Corner, What to do on That Weekend?

Well, you could run out to Red Hawk and pick out your luxury Custom Home-site, or if you want Fairfield to build for you at Red Hawk come out and see the new model.  Open weekends.  Corner of J6 Ranch Road and Conaway Circle. After you do that then you might want to run into Benson and check out  But call Jim 800-797-0054 he will meet you at Red Hawk and give you tour and answer all the tough questions!  I on the other hand, will enjoy the weekend.

2014 4th of July Celebration

Friday, July 04, 2014 at 9:00 AM
to 10:00 PM

The City of Benson celebrates Independence in a classic big way with a family-friendly parade, water fight by local Fire Fighters, and all day fun in Lions Park with vendors, food, music and a spectacular Fireworks Show at night.  One way to cool off in the heat is with this take a look here http://youtu.be/X1To0EMHxA4

To find out what else is going on in Benson visit this site http://bit.ly/1sIKFEU.

Maybe you want to run over to Tombstone to catch the fireworks

4th of July Fireworks in Tombstone | Arizona 4th of July Celebrations

July 4th, 2013

Allen Street

Tombstone, AZ

LOCATION: Medigovich Field, Allen Street

TIME: The fun starts at 8:30 am


MORE INFO: 520-457-3106

– See more at :http://bit.ly/UNorm1

In Tucson here is what to do:

Car Show & Laser Light Show at Casino Del Sol, July 4th

July 04, 2014

Event Location: 5655 W. Valencia Rd., Tucson, AZ 85757
Venue: Casino Del Sol Resort, Spa and Conference Center

Type: One Time Events

Time: From: 3:00 PM to 11:00 PM

Admission: Free and open to the general public.

–> Phone: 1-800-344-9435

Independence Day Stars and Stripes Classic BBQ

July 04, 2014

Event Location: 10000 N. Oracle Rd., Tucson, AZ 85704
Venue: Hilton Tucson El Conquistador Golf & Tennis Resort

Type: One Time Events

Time: BBQ 6:00 PM – 9:30 PM, Gates open 5:30 PM, Fireworks at 9:00PM

Admission: Non-guests $48 adults/$20 children 5-12 years old for BBQ Dinner and Fireworks show. Reservations required, call 544-1244

–> Phone: 520-544-1244

Special Wine Tasting Event At Red Hawk

We have a new partner at Red Hawk!  Fairfield Home Builders of Tucson will now offer you beautiful floor plans to choose from to build your home in the rolling foothills of the Whetstone Mountains of Red Hawk.  Construction is now underway of the new model home.

We invite you to come out for a special afternoon of wine tasting with Sierra Bonita Vineyards from Wilcox.  Look over the lots available and see how beautiful this area is.  November 10th from 3 p.m. to dark.  Wear your boots and jeans and relax with the varied flavors of one of Southern Arizona’s best wineries.  See why people choose Red Hawk for their true western style country living, just minutes from downtown Tucson Arizona.

2 to 5 acre parcels for your custom home from $52K, or choose from one of Fairfield’s floor plans and combine their home with your lot choice.  Just 30 minutes east of Tucson exit 297 at J6 Ranch Rd and go south 1.5 miles to Manley Place.  Follow the signs to lot 192.  See you there.Image

Offered by J.V. Properties


520-546-HAWK  800-797-0054

Equal Housing Opportunity


Red Hawk at J6 Ranch Where you Want to be at the end of the day.

Red Hawk at J6 Ranch Where you Want to be at the end of the day..

Not professionally done, but I do try.

Tucson area residential land company sets lot size standard

Western land has announced it is setting a lot size standard on its Tucson area residential land for sale. The company says its success with the lot sizes in its already sold old phase one of the project led the company to establish the necessary acreage of vacant land that single family vacant land buyers demand.

In comparison to most vacant residential land offerings in the Tucson area, the acres for sale at Red Hawk at J6 Ranch are some of the most spacious building sites in the Tucson area Real Estate market today.

The 2.5 acres to 5.18 acres lots are unparalleled value for lots that already have improvements such as paved roads with county maintenance, water and electricity readily available. The property, just a 30 minutes drive from Tucson, also offers buyers the opportunity to choose their own builder. There is no deadline to build on the property adding another hassle free option to those seeking property for building a future home.

The building acreage offerings have made an impact on those searching for land for sale near Tucson.

“We found buyers are really attracted to the spacious lots we have and say the size of the lots and the views set the property apart” said Tricia Friedrich, marketing director and sales agent for Red Hawk at J6 Ranch.

Call 1-800-797-0054 to arrange a private tour.

The property prices of land near Tucson has never been more affordable according to Friedrich who said “land is such a good investment right now that  the unique opportunity to buy at this price and not have a deadline to build is just a smart investment.”


Only 17% of the land in Arizona is private property proving what a bargain these building lots are now.
The development means you can see the value of the savings you will get at Red Hawk at J6 Ranch where lots 2.5 to 5 acres start at just $69,900.
Remember, there is no time frame deadline to build on these lots. You can also pick your designer and builder.

Choose your own builder at Red Hawk at J6 Ranch near Tucson

Who wants to build a brand new home if you cannot choose your own builder?

Red Hawk at J6 Ranch is one of the few places offering buyers the chance to select their own builder. Most new home buyers want their own distinctive design and to avoid the cookie cutter look of some developments.

There are some guidelines when  you select a home builder to build your home.

  • You can also ask family, friends or coworkers for recommendations.
  • Make sure the builder or home remodeler has a permanent business location and a good reputation with local banks and suppliers.
  • Find out how long they have been in the building business. It usually takes three to five years to establish a financially sound business. You want to make sure they will be around after the construction is complete to service any warranties.
  • Make sure the builder/remodeler has sufficient workers compensation and general liability insurance. If not, you may be liable for any construction-related accidents on your premises.
  • Ask the builder/remodeler to provide you with names of previous customers. If they won’t, beware. If they do, ask the customers if they would hire the builder/remodeler again.
  • Ask if you can see the builder/remodelers work, both completed and in progress. Check for quality of workmanship and materials.
  • Do you feel you can easily communicate with the builder/remodeler? Remember you will be in close contact with them throughout the construction process and afterward as you live in your new home.
  • Make sure the builder/remodeler provides you with a complete and clearly written contract. The contract will benefit both of you. If you are having a new home built, get and review a copy of the home warranty and homeowner manual as well.
  • Be cautious of unusually low-priced bids. If the builder/remodeler is unable to pay for the materials and labor as the project proceeds, this may indicate a potential problem. Keep in mind that less expensive does not necessarily mean better!

New bridge project gives Red Hawk easier access

The Arizona Department of Transportation and the Federal Highway Administration are working to replace the Mescal Road/J-Six Ranch Road bridge over Interstate 10 in Cochise County , making the bridge state of the art and tops in safety.
Those considering building lot land purchases at Red Hawk at J6 Ranch will benefit as the new project will make the road even more accessible and make commuting even easier.
Red Hawk at J6 Ranch is conveniently located near I-10 offering building lots for new homes near Tucson with lots from 2.5 to five acres. The lots offer stunning views of the Whetstone Mountains.
The old bridge was designed in 1957 and built in 1958 so the new structure will be state of the art and offer even more access for those seeking to build a home near the Tucson Area.
One of the best features of this development is its easy access to the freeway for only a half hour commute to Tucson.
This development will only make that commute easier.

The pedestrian walkway, which is a separate structure adjacent to the damaged bridge, will remain open.
The road developments have spurred interest in land ownership and building lots at Red Hawk at J6 Ranch. This Tucson area Real Estate features building lots that are already equipped with paved roads and utilities.

Until the new bridge is opened to traffic, motorists traveling eastbound on I-10 who wish to access Mescal Road will be required to go to State Route 90 (Exit 302), exit and return to westbound I-10 and exit at Mescal Road. Motorists traveling westbound who wish to access J-Six Ranch Road will be required to go to Empirita Road (Exit 292), exit and return to eastbound I-10 and exit at J-Six Ranch Road.
Only 17% of the land in Arizona is private property proving what a bargain these building lots are now.
The development means you can see the value of the savings you will get at Red Hawk at J6 Ranch where lots 2.5 to 5 acres start at just $69,900.
Remember, there is no time frame deadline to build on these lots. You can also pick your designer and builder.

Federal Highway Administration Emergency Relief funds have been secured to replace the Mescal Road/J-Six Ranch Road bridge and ADOT plans tocomplete the new bridge before the end of 2011.

For more information: http://www.azdot.gov/highways/projects/I10_MescalBridge/index.asp.
or http://www.westernland.com

Exit 297 J-6 Ranch Rd

Construction on the Interstate 10 overpass damaged caused by a firey big-rig accident last month is well underway. They closed the Interstate one Friday night last week while they took down the overpass. Don’t worry you can still come out to Red Hawk to see what custom home lot is available now.The best land deals in Arizona on prime acres just East of Tucson.