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183 acres Munds Park, AZ $8,500,000

183 acres Munds Park, AZ

Coconino County Daniel Hellman

Type: Lake House 3 Beds | 3.5 Baths | 4000 SqFt

Foxboro Ranch is a full operational hunting, fishing and working cattle ranch located just south of Flagstaff and east of Sedona Arizona. It is 183 acres of deeded property, covered in Ponderosa Pines, Blue Spruce and stands of Aspens, which is surrounded by Coconino National Forest on three sides.This magnificent property boasts a beautiful period correct Victorian home, complete with a guest apartment and detached garage. In addition there is a rustic yet beautifully decorated bunk house and a charming care takers cabin, that all totaled could house as many as twenty residents and guests. The property is perfectly situated to be a trophy private estate or potentially act as a corporate retreat or dude ranch. In addition, the property also has multiple barns, corrals, a riding arena, grazing pastures, a beautiful custom green house and a fully stocked three acre private fishing lake. All of this luxury is provided behind a stunning security gated entrance. This property is arguably the most impressive private ranch in all of northern Arizona! No expense was spared while building this estate and the finishes, landscaping a decorations are nothing short of spectacular, right down the last detail! This property is truly magnificent and must be viewed on site to truly be appreciated! This ranch is being offered complete with all live stock and machinery making it a true turn key opportunity. This included, ATV's, trailers, horses and cattle. Note: Boundary map is an approximate. Please consult an actual survey and Title Report for the exact boundary of the property.

627 acres Tubac, AZ $8,500,000

627 acres Tubac, AZ

Santa Cruz County First United Realty First United Realty

Type: Acreage w/House

Montosa Canyon Ranch Arizona Santa Cruz County Spreading across 627 acres of lush irrigated pastures and rich native grasslands, Montosa Canyon Ranch is the crown jewel of the Santa Cruz River Valley. The ranch is set amid the sweeping landscapes of southern Arizona between Green Valley and Tubac at an ideal 3,100-foot elevation where the days are warm and sunny and the nights cool and clear. With the towering Santa Rita Mountains as its backdrop, the ranch has been developed to the very highest standards of quality artisan craftsmanship as an exceptional equestrian estate. Combined with 3,160 state leased acres, the 3,787-acre ranch has established itself as the premier Arizona horse and cattle ranch.$8,500,000. Montosa Ranch dot com Call Marty Ryan for a complete prospectus. mobile: 520-429-0746 or 800.726.0100 Email: marty at martylryan dot com.

134 acres Rimrock, AZ $6,995,000

134 acres Rimrock, AZ

Yavapai County First United Realty First United Realty

Type: Acreage w/House 17 Beds | 22 Baths | 10310 SqFt

Soda Springs Ranch Spreading out across a broad tree lined valley at a mild 3,400 ft. elevation, Soda Springs Ranch is truly a one of a kind property unmatched for its beauty and serenity. With over three quarters of a mile of frontage along both sides of Wet Beaver Creek, this land enjoys one of the largest private riparian holdings in Arizona. The creek which is fed by springs sourcing from the Mogollon Rim and Soda Springs itself flows at a constant high volume year round. Bordered by National Forest land,its 134 generously watered acres are set amid lush irrigated pastures, year round springs, ponds and wetlands. The land's rich loam soils along with its abundant water and warm sun drenched days provide the perfect medium for your own certified organic fruit orchards and vegetable gardens. Residential improvements include 17 bedrooms (many of which come furnished) and 22 baths under 10,310 square feet of living space. Laundry, office and equipment rooms comprise an additional 2,000 square feet of finished space. Ownership includes a spacious 5,000 square foot main lodge with professionally equipped kitchen bar, 10 guest rooms, 4 fully renovated historic homes, 8 stall stable, stocked trout pond with full service ramada, large equipment building and shooting range. The ranch is only 1.5 freeway hours from metropolitan Phoenix. $6,995,000 Complete sale details and comprehensive photo album at sodaspringsranchaz or call Marty Ryan at First United Realty 520.429.0746.

904 acres Bagdad, AZ $5,250,000

904 acres Bagdad, AZ

Yavapai County Con Englehorn Headquarters West

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 2.5 Baths | 2880 SqFt

Wildhorse Basin Ranch Yavapai County, Arizona Location The Wildhorse Basin Ranch is located in Yavapai County in central Arizona. It is on Camp Wood Road 7 miles northeast of Bagdad. Phoenix is 130 miles southwest and Prescott is 67 miles to the east. Description The Ranch lies in a scenic basin ringed on the north, south, and east by mountains. The deeded land is strategically located on the west side of the basin controlling access into the interior of the property. Boulder Creek runs along the western side on the deeded land. This is a perennial creek with classic riparian vegetation. Wildlife in the basin and surrounding mountains includes deer, javalina, coyote, fox, bobcat, rabbits, quail, and numerous species of birds. Estimated carrying capacity 110 adult cattle yearlong. Land Tenure Deeded 904 acres Arizona State Grazing Lease - 6,701 acres Total - 7,605 acres Improvements Main Residence - 2,880 sq ft; three level earth system construction;3 bedroom, living room, dining room, family room, 21/2 baths. lower level garage/shop storage. Residence - 1,352 sq. ft. Log construction; two bedroom, kitchen/dining great room, 2 baths, covered deck on 3 sides; back porch. Other buildings include horse barn, storage shed, well house, and generator shed. Water Irrigation water rights from Boulder Creek for 150 acre feet per annum. Domestic water provided by a well at each residential site. Livestock water provided by wells, springs, and Boulder Creek. Irrigation sprinkler system not currently operational. Vegetation, Elevation & Climate The ranch is in the pinion pine-juniper vegetative type. Primary vegetation consists of pinion pine and juniper trees, mountain laurel, oak brush, service berry, buckwheat, quajilla, and cliff rose. Grasses include bluestem, tobosa, threeawns, needlegrass, sidoats grama. Vegetation along Boulder Creek includes classic riparian plant community including sycamore, desert willow, cottonwood, and ash trees. The elevation varies from 4,241 feet along Boulder Creek and at the building sites to 5,600 feet in the mountains on the northern edge. Weather records at Bagdad, elevation 3,712, indicate average annual precipitation of 13.44 inches. Mean maximum July temperature is 96.5 degrees and mean minimum January temperature is 33.1 degrees. Utilities Solar systems with generator backup at each building site. Cell phone/booster at the residence. Taxes and Fees Real estate taxes, 2010-11 - $1,377.88 Arizona State Grazing fee, 2010-11 - $2,878.68 Price $5,250,000

106 acres Black Canyon City, AZ $3,950,000

106 acres Black Canyon City, AZ

Yavapai County Jim LeCrone Black Canyon Minerals

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 2 Baths | 3569 SqFt

The ranch lies in the Northwestern portion of Black Canyon City, an unincorporated community of approximately 4,000 residents approximately 30 miles north of Phoenix, Arizona. Primary access is via Interstate 17, which extends southerly to Phoenix and northerly to Flagstaff, Arizona, with two (2) interchanges providing access to the community Main Ranch House: Two story residence built in 1968. The house has 3,569 sf, central heat and air conditioning, and an attached carport. Canyon House: A single story 1,544 sf building located at the entrance to the ranch. This structure can serve as a residence or a ranch office, or combination of both. It is worthy to note that the owner has done an extensive remodel of this structure in 2012. The original house was built in 1973. The owner had the interior completely gutted down to the studs and rehabbed the entire home. All new Sears Kenmore appliances were installed in the kitchen (range, refrigerator, dish washer). two complete baths with tile showers, new sinks and toilets top off the restoration. Barns: There are five (5) one story barns with approximately fifty (50) horse stalls. The barns were constructed between 1998 and the present. Corrals & Arenas: The ranch has two arenas, a round pen, and a number of corrals. The corrals have heavy steel pipe fencing, and watering systems. Water: The ranch consists of six (6) irrigation wells and a residential well with storage and a pressure tank. The ranch's water rights are held by this owner and are registered with the Arizona Water Rights Commission. Other: Of note are other equine related improvements that include tack rooms, hay sheds, a hot walker, and much more. The property consists of an abundance of sand, gravel, fill dirt, and associated recourses. Black Canyon Creek originates miles north at the confluence of the Poland and Turkey Creeks at Cleator, Arizona; farther south it receives Bumblebee Creek from the east. The creek runs the total length of the eastern boundary of the property and eventually empties into the Agua Fria River. Extreme runoffs occur during the rainy season bringing large amounts of sand, gravel, precious minerals, and other ancient resources for which the canyon region is famous. These washes act as a replenishing agent for more and better materials. Within the same confines of the aggregate material the owner has discovered significant quantities of iron elements.Within the same confines of the aggregate material the owner has discovered significant quantities of iron elements.The Black Canyon Creek runs along the eastern boundary of the property and contains an abundance of natural resources such as sand, gravel, magnetite, silica, and portions of other elements of significance.

7,346 acres Elfrida, AZ $3,900,000

7,346 acres Elfrida, AZ

Cochise County Nancy Belt Stockmen's Realty

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 2 Baths

Situated within a sweeping valley east of the Swisshelm Mountains and west of the Pedegrosa Mountains and adjoined by beautiful Leslie Canyon, this 400 head ranch includes approximately 7,346 deeded acres, 4,240 acres Arizona State Grazing Lease, and 8,960 acres U.S. Forest Service Permit, for a total of 20,546 acres. A conservation easement is in placed on 7,032 acres of the deeded land. There are four homes at the headquarters. The owners home is a mud adobe house original to the ranch and tastefully restored with two bedrooms and a den which could be used as third bedroom, a modern kitchen, and a lovely Arizona room which overlooks the scenic 99 Bar. The managers home is a newer home with a spacious, open floor plan and outstanding views. The guest house is a lovely two bedroom one bath historic rock home and the caretakers home is a double-wide manufactured home. Also included at the headquarters are historic barns original to the ranch, plus more recently constructed horse barn, workshop, equipment shed, and hay barn. There are two sets of shipping corrals with scales, one vintage corral original to the ranch and a steel set of more recent construction. Also featured at the headquarters is a large roping arena. The ranch is divided into 25 pastures and is well watered with dirt tanks, springs, wells and a looped pipeline system that waters all pastures except those in the farthest reaches of the ranch. Set in the midst of beautiful rolling grasslands and mountains the 99 Bar has been successfully operated as a cow/calf operation, a yearling stocker operation, and, most recently, to develop replacement heifers. With limited rough country and well situated water, the ranch lends itself well to any type of cattle operation. The ranch ranges in elevation from approximately 4,700 in the center of the ranch, to about 6,100 at its boundaries and as a result has a very mild climate. Ranches of this caliber are hard to find and this is a rare opportunity to own one.

9,226 acres Douglas, AZ $3,800,000

9,226 acres Douglas, AZ

Cochise County Con Englehorn Headquarters West

Type: Acreage w/House 6 Beds | 2 Baths | 2856 SqFt

General Description The Kimble Ranch has been owned by the Kimble family for three generations and is one of the reputation ranches in southeastern Arizona/ southwestern New Mexico. It is scenically nestled between the Chiricahua and Peloncilla Mountain ranges at the south end of the San Simon Valley on U.S. Highway 80. 40 miles southwest is historic Douglas , Arizona and the border of Mexico. Rodeo, New Mexico, is 12 miles to the north. The Kimble Ranch and one neighboring ranch share the control of the access from Highway 80 with a locked gate. The Kimble Ranch is part of an area located in what is nationally known as the Malpai Borderlands, thought to be one of the most biologically diverse habitats in North America. Rodeo N.M. and Portal, Arizona, 21 miles northwest of the Ranch are popular locations for birds watchers along with a diverse population of flora and fauna.The presumed location for the surrender of Geronimo is at the end of the Ranch road and the Kimble Ranch owner's rock house was the headquarters for the famous San Simon Cattle Company in the late 1890's. The Ranch is home to numerous Indian ruins, hidden canyons, deer, quail, antelope, and javalina. Due to the natural beauty of the grasslands and mountains it has been the site of numerous commercial photographic features including Marlboro and Arizona Highways. The Ranch owner is on the Board of Directors of the Malpai Borderlands Group which focuses on building working relationships with the U.S. Forest Service, Fish and Game, and various conservation groups. There is a conservation easement on the deeded land held by the Malpai Borderlands Group. Land Tenure Deeded - 9,226 acres Arizona State Lease - 9,361.27 acres New Mexico State Lease - 747.61acres U.S. Forest Service - 4,470 acres BLM - 1,356 acres Carrying Capacity Estimated carrying capacity is 550 adult cattle yearlong. Vegetation, Elevation & Climate The Kimble Ranch is characterized as open grassland with scattered stands of mesquite in the valley, and grassland with scattered mesquite, juniper, and oak in the foothills and mountains on the eastern edge. Vegetation is classified as Desert Grassland in the valley and Oak Woodlands in the higher elevation in the mountains. Primary grasses include Tobosa, sacaton, lovegrass, and cottontop in the Desert Grassland transitioning to include various grama grasses and curly mesquite in the foothills and mountains. Terrain is flat to rolling in the valley with hills and mountains on the east side. Elevation ranges from 4,330 ft at the north boundary to 4,680 ft on the south boundary in the valley and from 4,400 to 5,880 ft in the mountains. Weather records at Rodeo, elevation 4,120 feet, indicate average annual precipitation of 11.21 inches, mean maximum July temperature of 95.5 degrees and mean minimum January temperature of 26.2 degrees. Water Livestock water is provided by three wells and 15 dirt tanks. Two of the wells have pipelines with steel storage tanks and troughs. The pipeline from the Headquarters Well is a major line that runs east-west across the southern and eastern areas of the Ranch Improvements Buildings Headquarters: Main Residence - 2,856 sq ft; 6 rooms, 2 baths: Concrete foundation, rock and concrete block construction, composition shingle roof. Attached Garage - 625 sq ft; steel frame, metal exterior, includes utility room. Shop - 800 sq ft; concrete floor, brick construction, metal roof roof; Includes a 240 sq ft bunk room with bath. Hay Barn - 1,600 sq ft; metal pole construction; concrete slab, metal roof. Tack shed under in barn; 432 sq ft; wood frame, board walls and roof with metal exterior. Storage Shed - 400 sq ft; Wood frame, wood exterior, corrugated metal roof. Employee Building Site: Dwelling - 1,580 sq ft; concrete and rock foundation, rock and concrete block construction with stucco exterior, comp shingle roof. 7 rooms, 2 bath; screened utility porch and screened front porch. Storage/carport - 500 sq ft carport; metal pole, dirt floor, metal roof includes 240 sq ft wood storage shed. Shop - 720 sq ft; wood frame, wood exterior, metal roof. Barn at Shipping Corrals - 1,500 sq ft; mixed construction, Wood frame with wood exterior, metal roof; steel frame with metal exterior. Includes tack room. Hay storage and shed attached. Corrals Headquarters - Page and V-mesh wire on RR tie and wood posts. 2x boards on RR ties and wood post on end in alleys and working areas; Squeeze chute; Wood loading chute. Shipping Corral #1 - 2 x boards/v-mesh wire on RR ties and RR ties on end, metal gates, metal and pipe working alley on steel pipe posts with metal catwalk, squeeze chute with working alley, 5 ton livestock scale with wood frame scale house, Steel pipe and frame semi truck loading chute and RR tie/board gooseneck loading chute. Shipping Corral #2 - V-mesh wire on RR tie posts, pipe alley, squeeze chute, wood gooseneck loading chute. Darnell Roping Arena - Page wire on RR tie and steel posts, pipe stripping chute. Utilities Electricity and telephone are available at the building sites, with electricity at the wells. Domestic water by private wells. Septic tanks at the building sites. Taxes and Fees Real Estate taxes and grazing fees for 2008/2009 are: Real Estate Taxes - Arizona-$2,915.95; N.M. - $1,293.22 Arizona State Grazing fees - $5,057.64 New Mexico State Grazing fees - $602.95 BLM Grazing fees - $437.40 Forest Service - $1,470 Remarks The Kimble Ranch is one of the historic reputation cow ranches in Cochise County. The deeded and State Land is divided into 20 pastures with permanent water in all but a few smaller pastures. These pastures and the higher elevation in the hills and mountains on the east side provides seasonal balance and enables rotational pasture management. The Ranch is currently under contract with the Natural Resource Conservation Service (NRCS) for a grubbing project to eliminate mesquite on 3 pastures, and is entering its second season of a prescribed layout on this area for promoting grass regrowth. The Kimble's have been grubbing mesquite and reseeding pastures since the early 1980's Price $3,800,000

39 acres Greer, AZ $2,850,000

39 acres Greer, AZ

Apache County John Conger Conger Realty-Arizona, New Mexico Outdoor Properties

Type: River House 4 Beds | 3 Baths | 3350 SqFt

LOCATION: Located between Greer and Springerville. Hwy 260, then 2.5 miles southwest on paved County Rd 4124 until County Rd 4093 PROPERTY DESCRIPTION: 39 wooded acres with 6 cabins high in the cool White Mountains of Arizona. On the banks of 2 sparkling trout streams that wind through and join on the guest ranches offering the variety of rushing streams and quiet, deep pools stocked with Rainbow Trout. Just minutes away from Sunrise Ski Park and tails into the forest. Perfect environment for a dude ranch, bed & breakfast or multiple families. FISHING, HUNTING & WILDLIFE: Elk and mule deer hunting, bear, squirrel, bobcat, coyotes, ducks (waterfowl), javelina, blue jays, wood peckers, golden eagles, red tail hawks, black hawks osprey. 1-acre plus pond outstanding Rainbow trout fishing, up to 3 pounders TERRAIN: Ponderosa, Cottonwood, Oak, Pinion and Juniper trees; Elevation is approximately 7,500 ft. Little Colorado runs through the property WATER: 4 Registered Wells IMPROVEMENTS: Main house is approx. 3,350 sq ft. Second house is 2,500 sq ft. There are an additional 3 guest cabins (1,275 sq ft and two that are 800 sq ft). There is also a 1,200 sq ft manufactured home that the care taker is staying in.

320 acres Sonoita, AZ $2,700,000

320 acres Sonoita, AZ

Santa Cruz County Con Englehorn Headquarters West

Type: Acreage w/House

The Vaughn Canyon Ranch is located 7 miles southeast of Sonoita, Arizona. There are three ways to reach the ranch by established roads. From Sonoita to the ranch gate using the west side of the Vaughn Loop Road it is a distance of 11 miles. From Sonoita to the ranch gate using the Parker Canyon Highway (State Highway 83) and the eastern end of the Vaughn Loop Road it is 12 miles. And from Sonoita to the northern boundary of the ranch via Fairview Drive, it is a distance of 9.2 miles. General description The Vaughn Canyon Ranch is a three hundred twenty acre parcel of prime Southeastern Arizona grazing land one-half mile wide by one mile long that has remained intact since it was homesteaded. Its mile-long southern border at the base of the Canelo Hills shares boundary with the Coronado National Forest for a distance of one-half mile. The ranch is made up of gently rolling grassland traversed by Vaughn Canyon, a seasonal riparian area. Vaughn Canyon is a tributary to the Babacomari River and, eventually, to the San Pedro River. Climate, elevation, and precipitation The general elevation of the ranch is 5,090 feet above sea level. Its climate is exceptional for year-round living, ranching, and recreation. Summers and winters are relatively mild, and annual rainfall usually ranges between 14 and 16 inches. Summer daytime temperatures seldom reach 100 F, and generally run in the upper 80s and lower 90s. Summer nights are cool. Winter days are pleasant, with afternoon temperatures usually in the 60s and, occasionally, in the 70s and even the lower 80s. From November through March, nights frequently bring temperatures below freezing in the early hours of the morning. Occasionally, there is a little snow. Forage and Vegetation Predominantly rolling grassland, there is a strong variety of grasses, forbs, shrubs and trees on the Vaughn Canyon Ranch. Outstanding perennial grasses include blue grama, sideoats grama, hairy grama, sprucetop grama, plains lovegrass, green sprangletop, vine mesquite, Texas timothy, curly mesquite, and cane beardgrass, as well as others. A few annuals are also present. Shrubby species include cliff rose, manzanita, mountain mahogany, ceanothus, and mountain laurel. Alligator juniper trees, cottonwood trees and black walnut trees are found along Vaughn Canyon. Improvements The Living Quarters and Barn Constructed in 2006, the living quarters and barn are contained in a 2,525 square foot building. The barn facilities comprise approximately 1,520 square feet of the structure, and the apartment occupies about 1005 square feet. The apartment was originally designed to be occupied while the owners established the ranch pastures and horse improvements, and built their permanent residence. The Apartment: The living quarters consist of two bedrooms; a full bathroom; a living area that includes kitchen facilities and built-in bookcases; two bedroom closets; a linen closet; a coat closet; and a 6 X 8 laundry/utility room. Floors are 3 square terra cotta colored concrete. Ceilings are 10 high; interior doors (with the exception of closet doors) are 8 high. Windows are double glazed and vinyl sashed- they never need paint. Each bedroom is equipped with a ceiling fan, each has its own closet, and the southwest bedroom has its own built-in book case. The apartment is cooled by air conditioning, heated by a propane-fired forced air gas furnace, and water is heated using propane gas, as well. Internet access is provided by Hughes, and TV service is provided by satellite dish. The apartment enjoys spectacular and intimate views, is nicely finished, and its quality of construction is high. A covered entry porch on the east side of the building shelters access to the apartment, and to a storage room on its south side. A dog enclosure is defined by solar-powered electro-braid fencing adjacent to the apartment on its east side. The Barn: The barn facilities are divided by a central walkway into a west side and an east side. The west side includes two 12X16 horse stalls with heated auto-waterers and Dutch doors that open to the outside. Both stalls share an outdoor, fenced-in turn-out area. To the north of the turn-out area is a 7 X 15 storage room that is accessed from outside the barn. Inside, high quality stall hardware by Innovative Equine is made of plastic-coated steel. On the east side of the central walkway are a heated one-half bath room, a generously large tack room, and a feed room. The tack room is graced by a Majestic wood stove. The barn is entered from the south through double 12 sliding doors. Opening these doors grants access to the central walkway. The north end of the central walkway contains a well-drained 9 X 14 horse shower supplied with hot and cold running water. The central walkway is floored with three-quarter inch rubber flooring. The barn facilities are properly vented, interior doors are steel-clad, and interior stall lights are horse proof. The barn facilities have been thoughtfully and caringly constructed and are of excellent quality. The Wood Ranch House The original ranch house on the Vaughn Canyon Ranch was destroyed by fire around 1950 or 1951. Reconstructed of burnt adobe in 1951, it has not been renovated since. The three-bedroom, two-bathroom house is currently used as a rental property. Other Improvements Livestock working facilities include a new 60 steel round pen, a new steel arena, and a horse and cattle sorting and handling alley. Three miles of newly installed smooth wire fences define three major horse pastures of about 100 acres each. The old, original garage/shop is still in use; it is a tin-sided building with a corrugated tin roof that is in good condition. Water Water is provided by a private well on the property. The well is about 200 feet deep, and the static level of the water in the well has been measured at around 39 feet. Productivity of the well has been rated at nine gallons per minute. The well is equipped with a solar powered submersible pump that delivers water to a 1,700 gallon underground water storage tank. Another submersible pump, located in the storage tank, pressurizes all of the domestic and livestock water used on the ranch. A second, smaller, above-ground storage tank is also part of the system. Utilities Electrical power is supplied by Sulphur Springs Valley Electric Co-op. Telephone service is provided by Qwest. Sewage treatment and disposal is accomplished by septic tanks and leaching fields. Schools Elementary and Middle School grades K through 8 are available at the Elgin School. High School grades 9 through 12 are offered at Patagonia Union High School. High school students also have the option of attending Cienega High School or Empire High School in the Vail School District, or Buena High School in Sierra Vista. Zoning and property taxes Vaughn Canyon Ranch is zoned GR (General Rural) by Santa Cruz County. Property Taxes for 2007 were $2,201.66. About the area The ranch is close to the vineyards and wineries of the Sonoita-Elgin area, the Las Cienegas National Conservation Area, Patagonia Lake State Park, Kartchner Cavern State Park, the Nature Conservancys Patagonia-Sonoita Creek Sanctuary for birds and other wildlife, the historic ghost towns of the Patagonia area, and the communities of Sonoita, Canelo, Elgin, Patagonia, Sierra Vista and Nogales, Arizona. Price, terms, and conditions Vaughn Canyon Ranch is offered for sale at $3,350,000, cash or present terms offer. Remarks Pieces of land as beautiful as the Vaughn Canyon Ranch seldom become available in this part of Arizona. Essentially, the Vaughn Canyon Ranch has had only two owners since it was homesteaded early in the 20th century. Like the careful (and preferred) choice of so many homesteaders, this property is blessed with a lot of rich, high-volume forage-producing soil. It is the type of country that once made this area famous for its cattle ranches, and is now making it famous for its vineyards. The outstanding grass production found on the Vaughn Canyon Ranch is hard to match anywhere in the Sonoita-Elgin-Canelo area- or, for that matter, anywhere else in Southern Arizona. The Vaughn Canyon Ranch affords its next owner a tremendous range of possibilities. It could be kept intact and held as an investment; or it could simply be used as a personal residence. It could be further developed as a horse ranch, or it could be subdivided or developed. Other possibilities are numerous. The ranch is situated in a real estate market that has been historically and consistently strong, and this property rests at the edge of the Coronado National Forest on the interface between development and open space; between settled and unsettled land; between the present and the past. The future is here.

480 acres Oracle, AZ $2,640,000

480 acres Oracle, AZ

Pinal County Nancy Belt Stockmen's Realty

Type: Acreage w/House

Price: $2,640,000 City: Oracle State: Arizona Acreage: 480 Acres Description: Prime development potential. One of the last remaining large parcels of land in the area. Situated on the northern slope of the Santa Catalina Mountains in Pinal County, AZ. Great prospect for future development in a desirable location off of the Mount Lemmon Road on the north face of the Santa Catalina Mountains in Oracle, AZ. Foothills property with views of Santa Catalina Mountains to the south and the Galiuro Mountains to the East. Currently operating as a small cattle operation. The parcel is fenced, and there is a well and electric power that services two manufactured homes located on the property. Small ranching, development or granite mining potential.

59.5 acres Happy Jack, AZ $2,450,000

59.5 acres Happy Jack, AZ

Coconino County First United Realty First United Realty

Type: Acreage w/House

Little Springs is an original Arizona homestead located in the heart of Coconino National Forest. With just over a two hour drive from Phoenix you enter a private preserve of diverse topography, abundant wildlife, and cool mountain air. At 7,000 feet in elevation the property is landscaped with old growth Ponderosa Pine, Gamble Oak, three types of Juniper along with stands of Aspen and Fir, and open meadows. Wildlife includes elk, bear, turkey, white tail, and mule deer. Other attributes: 59.5 acres completely surrounded by National Forest APS power throughout property Year round spring (approx. 1,300+ gallons per day in dry years) Stocked recreation pond 1,100 sq ft main residence with 760 sq ft garage Guest Bunk House Located approx. 1.3 miles off Highway 87 with all weather road access 6 gallon/minute well Average high summer temperatures in the mid 70s Surrounded by some of the best hunting and horseback riding in the state Nearest neighbor is Blue Ridge Ranger Station approx. 2 miles away Contact Marty Ryan for additional property information and tour appointment. 520.429.0746

40.87 acres Patagonia, AZ $1,995,000

40.87 acres Patagonia, AZ

Santa Cruz County Jean Miller Long Realty Sonoita/Patagonia

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 3 Baths | 5457 SqFt

This luxurious country estate will take your breath away! Spectacular mountain views, flaming sunsets, starry skies & almost 10,000 sq ft under roof. Expansive open floor plan with huge Great Room w/custom built-ins & wet bar. Gourmet kitchen, outdoor kitchen, indoor/outdoor dining, huge utility room, media room, office, 2 bedroom guest wing and even a Media Room. Patio & views from every room. 18+ walls of glass, sparkling lap pool & spas plus an organic green house. Gated Rail X Ranch Estates offers privacy & security & backs up to the Coronado Nat. Forest for endless riding, hiking, & birding. Live the Western Dream in total luxury and only an hour from the Tucson airport and minutes from the quaint artsy tourist town of Patagonia.

2,976 acres Willcox, AZ $1,950,000

2,976 acres Willcox, AZ

Cochise County Nancy Belt Stockmen's Realty

Type: Acreage w/House 1 Bed | 1 Bath

NEW ~ 150 Head Cattle Ranch, NW of Willcox, AZ $1,950,000 Historic Ranch located at the base of the beautiful Winchester Mountains. This pretty ranch includes +/-2,976 deeded acres ; 9,648 acres of State Grazing Lease; and a headquarters that includes a one bedroom home, corrals, well, and electric. Well watered with about 15 miles of new pipeline and 9 storage tanks & drinkers, 8 dirt tanks. Great country. Good mix of browse and grass. Easily accessible.

41.45 acres Patagonia, AZ $1,650,000

41.45 acres Patagonia, AZ

Santa Cruz County Jean Miller Long Realty Sonoita/Patagonia

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 2 Baths | 3403 SqFt

CUSTOM HACIENDA in gated prestigious RAIL X RANCH ESTATES, just outside of the quaint artsy western town of Patagonia, Arizona. The "Sky Islands" Eco-system of this area is home to some of the most diverse birds and wildlife in the U.S. Old world charm throughout with enclosed courtyard, fountain, tile accents and warm woods. Cozy up to one of the 4 fireplaces or watch the sunset from the spacious porch. Sweeping mountain vies with over 40 acres of privacy and space for horse or hobbies. Deeded access to Coronado National Forest for great hiking or horseback riding. His & Her offices, den or third bedroom, private guest suite, and lots of storage. Large master bedroom with unique Mexican tiled shower. There's even a back lawn to make an Easterner feel at home! Gated community of luxury homes keeps home values high and brings privacy and security. A rare opportunity to own one of Patagonia's finest homes. The adjacent 40 acres is also available. Call for a private tour of this special property.

39.96 acres Arlington, AZ $1,400,000

39.96 acres Arlington, AZ

Maricopa County Con Englehorn Headquarters West

Type: Acreage w/House 2400 SqFt

39.96± ACRES IN ARLINGTON VALLEY MARICOPA COUNTY, ARIZONA Includes: A 2,400 sf residence with great mountain views, additional buildings and 26 acres of irrigated land. Quick Info Comments Property has great mountain views with great investment or development potential Location North of Desert Rose Road, west of Arlington School Road - Arlington Size 39.96± Assessor Acres Access Approx. 1,320' on Desert Rose Road and 1,320' on Arlington School Road Current Zoning Maricopa - R 190 Flood Hazard Approx. 24 acres Zone AE Flood Fringe and 15 Acres Zone AE Flood Channel Utilities Arizona Public Service & Qwest Water Domestic well - off site Easements Roadway, electric, telephone and flood easement Improvements 1 Residence, 2 mobile homes and 3 sheds Taxes Year 2004 - $1,412.54 Assessor Parcel # 401-58-013B & 401-58-013C Land This property has great investment and development potential. This is a rectangular shaped tract with approximately 26 acres of irrigated cropland, 6 acres of roads, ditches and building sites and 8 acres of vacant land. There is one residence, 2 mobile homes and 3 sheds on the property. The property has grandfathered water rights and receives water from the Arlington Canal Company. This property is actively farmed and is currently planted to bermuda grass. Current county zoning of R-190 permits one residence per 4.36 acres or 190,000 SF. Approximately 24 acres are located in the flood fringe and 15 acres in the flood channel which does have some restrictions on building. Buildings This property is a rural home owner's dream, located in the serene Arlington Valley, surrounded by beautiful mountain views. The older ranch style home was built in 1959 with new additions in 1980; this house has 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, a large game room and a large office. There is 2,367 sf of living area, a 646 sf covered patio, a 528 sf carport, 220 sf garage, 2 a/c units and central heating. The house needs some remodeling, but has great potential with so much open space. There is one double wide mobile home and one single wide mobile home in fair condition that could be utilized as income potential or farm labor housing. There are three additional shed like structures that served as the farm shop and storage. Access and Frontage The property has approximately 1,320' of frontage on paved Arlington School Road and approximately 1,320' of frontage on Desert Rose Road. Current access to Interstate 10 from the property is 1 mile west to Old US Highway 80, then 7 miles north and east to Oglesby, then 8 miles north to the I-10 interchange. Price $1,400,000
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