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L Lazy E Ranch
Cochise County, Arizona


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[1] View of the L Lazy E
[2] Owner's home
[3] Living room in the Owner's home

[4] Guest home

[5] View of Deeded land at Headquarters

[6] Forest Grazing Allotment

[7] View East of State Land in lower elevations

Location & Maps

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Location within Arizona
Location map
Tenure map
Satellite Image

The L Lazy E Ranch is approximately 85 miles east of Tucson in scenic Cochise County. The ranch headquarters is accessed from Middle March Road west from Pearce.

General Description
The L Lazy E Ranch lies on the eastern foothills of the Dragoon Mountains. This beautiful range of mountains has a colorful history. Cochise, the famous Apache Chief, is buried in nearby Cochise Stronghold. The local town of Pearce is a noted ghost town which was a turn of the century mining town. Wyatt Earp led a posse through Middle March Pass, behind the ranch headquarters, in pursuit of outlaws.

This area is very scenic with broad vistas in every direction from the headquarters. The dry atmosphere allows views for thirty miles across Sulphur Springs Valley. There are miles of trails in the Dragoon Mountains for hiking, riding and wildlife viewing.

Land Tenure
The L Lazy E Ranch consists of:




Deeded (Please see photo [5] above)


BLM Grazing Allotment


State Grazing Lease (Please see photo [7] above)


Forest Allotment (Please see photo [6] above)


Open range


Total acres


Carrying Capacity

The State Grazing Lease is for 97 head annually. The Forest Grazing Allotment is for 206 head from November 15 through April 15 annually (1,030 AUM's). The BLM Grazing Allotment is for 5 head annually. The total carrying capacity is for 200 head per year.

Climate & Elevation
The Lazy E Ranch has a mild climate with winter daytime temperatures in the mid 60's and nighttime lows in the 30's. Summer daytime temperatures are in the 90's with evening lows in the 60's. Annual rainfall averages approximately 12 inches in the lower elevations and 18 inches in the higher elevations. The elevation of the ranch varies from 4,450 feet to 7,100 feet above sea level.

The lower elevations consist of high desert grasslands with lovegrass, grama, tobosa and mesquite. (Please see photo [7] above for the lower elevations) The upper elevations are juniper and oak woodlands with a wide variety of grasses and browse.


  • Owner's Home
    Beautiful 3,000 sf Santa Fe style home with 3 bedrooms and 3 baths. Features include saltillo tile floors, wood beam ceilings, swimming pool and two car garage. (Please see photos [2 and 3] above)

  • Guest Home
    1,050 sf manufactured home with 3 bedrooms and 2 bath. (Please see photo [4] above)

  • Horse Barn
    Six stall indoor barn with concrete floor, saddle room, feed room, work area, and adjacent corrals

  • Hay Shed
    Open sided hay shed with enclosed feed storage room

Water & Pastures
The ranch is watered by springs, wells, and dirt stock tanks. The headquarters well is 250' deep with submersible pump and pressure tank. There are four additional wells that provide livestock water and the owner is currently installing over a mile of new pipeline. The ranch is divided into 16 pastures for ease of operation plus two sets of corrals.

Electricity and telephone are available at the headquarters. Propane is provided by local suppliers.

Taxes & Fees

2003 Real Estate Taxes


2003 State Grazing Fees


2003 BLM Grazing Fees


2003 Open range grazing fees

2003 Forest Grazing


Fees Total



The ranch has abundant wildlife. Mammals include bear, black tail and whitetail deer, bobcat, javelina and coyote. Bird species include dove, quail, ducks and migratory types. Sulphur Springs Valley is known for its winter bird populations.

The L Lazy E Ranch lies in a beautiful setting with an excellent climate. The headquarters lies at the foot of dramatic Middle March Pass and has sweeping views in all directions. It has been laid out and improved so that it may be operated with a minimum of labor. This ranch offers the best of the ranching lifestyle in southeastern Arizona.

Reduced to $950,000 from $1,100,000

The owner would sell 40 deeded acres plus all grazing lands for $399,000. This offering would not include the home improvements on 51 acres.

Printable Brochure
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Offered for sale exclusively by
Walter Lane
Headquarters West, Ltd.
4582 N 1st Avenue
Tucson, AZ 85718
Phone (520) 792-2652, Fax (520) 792-2629

Email: info@headquarterswest.com
Web: www.headquarterswest.com/llazye

Disclaimer: This information was obtained from sources deemed to be reliable but is not guaranteed by the Broker. Prospective buyers should check all the facts to their satisfaction. The property is subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal.


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