Both Scottsdale Properties Are Architectural Masterpieces
The 5,007 SF home is accompanied by completely unobstructed views of Troon Mountain, the McDowell Mountains, Pinnacle Peak and city lights of Scottsdale. Living in the 4-bedroom, 4.5-bathroom home also provides access to virtually all the amenities of the Four Seasons Resort, making the homeowner a ‘permanent guest’ of one of Scottsdale’s finest resorts.
Four Magnificent Properties Ideal for Raising and Riding Horses
Arizona can be considered a horse-friendly state, with ranches dotting landscapes in every corner of the state. Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty has selected some of the best horse properties in the state – places with extraordinary accommodations for both horses and humans alike. Each of these pieces of horse paradise combines elegance, sophistication and the perfect outdoor setting.
Built by the Wrigley Family and currently owned by the Hills Family (Hill Brothers Coffee), El Rojo Grande Ranch sits on the largest undeveloped privately-owned parcels in Sedona. A box-stall barn, corral barn, working barn, three arenas, hay barn and two corrals make it ideal for horses. A park with two grass areas, picnic tables, bandstand and stone fireplace make this the ideal place for owners to entertain. The 6,700-square-foot main residence showcases luxurious and impeccable Southwestern style. A 1,350-square-foot guest casita and 1,575-square-foot caretaker’s quarters make it even more accommodating.
Our next horse lover’s paradise, being offered for $2,495,000 by Russ Lyon| Sotheby’s International Realty listing agent Cheryl Anderson, is at 5868 E. Berneil Lane in Paradise Valley. Rancho Lucero, originally built in 1951, is named after the original owner’s favorite quarter horse, Starlight. Featured in ‘”Images in America, Paradise Valley Architecture,” this magnificent property boasts six bedrooms and five bathrooms in the main house, with a guest house offering a living room, kitchenette, bedroom and bathroom.
The next magnificent Arizona horse property is in Scottsdale. Listed at $1,420,000 by Russ Lyon | Sotheby International Realty listing agent Jeffery Hall, the 12845 E. Gold Dust Avenue property defines country elegance. The 2.3-acre ranch features easy access to riding trails and is just minutes from WestWorld. The 4,799-square-foot home with a gated, private entrance has four bedrooms and five bathrooms plus a self-contained guest house. Beautiful alder millwork appears throughout the house.
Another beautiful Scottsdale horse ranch rounds out our list. At $1,950,000, this exquisite equine estate is located at 26625 N. 61st St. and is listed by Russ Lyon | Sotheby’s International Realty listing agent Lisa Lucky. Set on 2.14 acres, the 6,689-square-foot estate features four bedrooms and four and a half bathrooms, a 12-car garage (a lot of “horsepower”…) and horse facilities that include a four-stall barn. Three additional guest rooms are available as well as a theater room and office. The horse facilities contain two tack rooms, feed room, wash room, a round pen and open air arena, in and out corrals, and an automatic watering system.