Ananda Realty LLC, db Mitchel Medigovich
Desert and Mountain Lots, Ranches and Getaway Properties
Phone: (602) 510-4568
Area Info

Land and Ranch Information

Welcome to the area information section for land and ranches. Whether you are looking for a location to board and ride your horse or  larger parcel for commercial or scaled ranching operations, location is everything. The information below describes the environment in each of the counties we have land for sale. From remote and off-grid parcels to nearby-city living, choose the county and see what it has to offer. 


The 48th State in the Union is a showcase of diversity. With elevations ranging from over 10,000 feet to as low as a few hundred feet above sea level a person has the opportunity to enjoy snow skiing and water skiing in the same day.  Arizona is the 6th largest state in terms of land mass with a total of 72.6 million acres. Only 12% of the land is held by private ownership. [1]  There are still plenty of wide open spaces to find your dream lot, ranch or getaway.

The population of Arizona is estimated to be 6.6 million[2]. The major population areas are Phoenix, the capital and largest city along with the surrounding metropolitan area is located in Maricopa County, Tucson located in Pima County, Flagstaff located in Coconino County, Yuma located in Yuma County and Kingman located in Mohave County.   

Arizona residents and property owners take a great deal of pride and an independent approach to life and business. The state has excellent roads and transportation systems, a good system of education and has sustained growth for many years.

Arizona is known for its warm, dry climate. The average rain fall is approximately 7 inches per year. The temperature ranges from 20 degrees to 70 degrees in the winter at 70 to 110 degrees in the summer depending upon your location. Because the relative humidity is considerably lower than other states, the warmest days don’t feel like high temperature high humidity days in the Midwest.  We like to say “it’s a dry heat”.

[1]   September 1962 Morris K. Udall, Congressman’s Report  Arizona Public Lands – Both Blessing and Burden

[2] 2013 estimate

Mohave County Properties

Mohave County is the fifth largest county by land mass in the US. The properties we have available in Mohave County are located approximately 20 minutes or approximately 20 miles from Kingman Arizona, the county seat and 2.5 hours northwest of Phoenix, the state capital.  

Kingman has a population of 28,068 (2010) and is 95% urban and 5% rural.  The median household income in 2012 was estimated at $39,234.  Major employers include General Cable, Guardian Fiberglass, American Woodmark, Tru-Serve Distribution, Kingman Medical Center, Wal-Mart Super Center and Home Depot. 

We have parcels of 5, 10, 20, 40 and over 100 acres available.  The parcels are located approximately 5 miles south of Interstate 40 just off of Highway 93.  
If you like mountain views, fabulous sunsets, off-grid areas where you can be miles from the neighbors this is the place for you. 
Great potential building sites are available on hill tops and ridge lines or hidden away in valleys with wildlife and native vegetation.  


Located in roughly the center of the State of Arizona, Maricopa County is one of the largest counties by land mass in the United States consisting of 9,200 square miles.  

The population of the county[1] is estimated to be 4,087191 or nearly 60.72% of Arizona’s total population of 6,731,484. It is estimated that there are 414.9 persons per square mile.

Major cities include Phoenix, Mesa, Scottsdale, Chandler, Glendale, Peoria, Gilbert and Tempe.  

The county is served by five (5) Interstate Highways (8, 10, 17, 60,) and 10 state highways that allow for efficient movement of traffic and commerce.

Major employers include Arizona State and Maricopa County Governments, the City of Phoenix, Banner Health, Arizona State University, Rio Salado Community Colleges, Bank of America, Wells Fargo and Raytheon Company as well as a robust tourism industry.  

Geographically, Maricopa County gently slopes from an elevation of 1100 feet above sea level at the Salt River and rises with a few mountain ranges with peaks of 3,000 to 4,000 feet.  

As to climate, Maricopa County is known for its “dry heat” with temperatures reaching 115 degrees plus in the summers and mild winters ranging from 50 to 60 degrees during day time hours.  With mild winter temperatures, limited rain and virtually no snow, Maricopa County is known as the “Valley of the Sun” and is a popular destination for winter visitors, affectionately known as “snow birds”, providing a major impact to the local economy.

Parcels available range from 1+ acre building lots to 40 acre parcels which can be divided. 

[1] US Census Bureau, Population Estimates Retrieved 2015


Pinal County is one of the fastest growing counties in the State of Arizona. Its proximity to Phoenix and easy access to highways make it a great location for outdoor living with wide open spaces.

Parcels we have available are in western Pinal County just south of the city of Maricopa, which was famous as a rail way stop and the Butterfield Stage Coach line in the late 1800’s. The City of Maricopa is a short 15 minute drive from the parcels where shopping centers and other community support services are available. 

Parcels available range from 3.3 acre "ranchetts" with water and power to larger 8 to 20 acre parcels that can be split. 


Yavapai County was one of the original counties formed when the Arizona Territory was being settled. Once the capital of Arizona, Yavapai County is known for its diverse topography and land use. 
Yavapai County has high mountains, rivers and grassy plains which have become home to those who enjoy four seasons. 
Building sites of 1 acre or more can be found near the principal city of Prescott, the county seat, or in one of many smaller communities nearby. The 2014 population estimate was just under 215,000 for the entire county.