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Unique Historic Ranch in Arizona

This 122 acre ranch, nestled in a ponderosa pine-studded canyon high atop the Mogollon Rim in eastern Arizona, is surrounded by the Apache Sitgreaves National Forest. At 7,000 foot elevation, large meadows are a haven for elk, deer and wild turkeys which roam the property.

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Address: 1750 South Woodlands Blvd
City: Flagstaff
State: Arizona
Zipcode: 86001

Unique Historic Ranch in Arizona

A RARE OPPORTUNITY TO OWN A UNIQUE HISTORIC RANCH

 This 122 acre ranch, nestled in a ponderosa pine-studded canyon high atop the Mogollon Rim in eastern Arizona, is surrounded by the Apache Sitgreaves National Forest. At 7,000 foot elevation, large meadows are a haven for elk, deer and wild turkeys which roam the property.

 Several lakes and streams in the surrounding area offer excellent fishing; seasonal hunting opportunities include trophy elk, deer, turkeys and bear. Tucked in a remote canyon for privacy, it is near Heber-Overgaard and less than an hour from Payson or Show Low. The Phoenix Metropolitan area is little more than two hours away.

In the 1890s, this was headquarters for a large sheep ranch; then a cattle ranch. All the historic buildings have been restored. The original log homestead cabin, now a guest house, was built in the late 1800s; the original ranch house in 1911.

 The current ranch house is a masterful blend of the old and new. Large timbers salvaged from an abandoned Navajo Tribal sawmill were used to add 3,000 sq ft to the completely restored ranch house. This addition matches perfectly with the hand-hewn timbers and dove-tail joints of the historic portion of the house. 

 The home now includes three bedrooms, three baths, an office, laundry room, large walk-in pantry and a great room with loft. A two-car garage is joined by a 20 x 20 foot covered carport. The counter-tops in all three bathrooms are made of large slabs of polished, resin-coated, alligator bark juniper trees.

 The 1,200 sq ft great room includes separate areas for a kitchen with granite counter tops and knotty hickory cabinetry, a dining room, living room with fireplace and an entertainment/game area. An alligator bark juniper tree in the center of this room supports the loft and rises 25 feet to the top of the cathedral ceiling. A ten foot wide covered flagstone porch extends 120 feet along the front and one side of the house.

The property includes two guest houses, a large barn, caretaker’s quarters and several small outbuildings. Completely off-the-grid, power is supplied by a state-of-the-art solar voltaic system.

$2,998,000.00