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1,082 acres Rio Rico, AZ $12,780,000

1,082 acres Rio Rico, AZ

Santa Cruz County Con Englehorn Headquarters West

Type: Acreage

Padilla Property and Agua Fria Gravel Pit Santa Cruz County, Arizona Near Rio Rico in the western portion of Santa Cruz County in southern Arizona. Tucson is approximately 60 miles to the north and Nogales, the Santa Cruz county seat, is approximately 14 miles to the south. Property Size The property is available as two separate parcels: Property APNs Acres Padilla Tract 127-99-001 690 Agua Fria Gravel Pit 113-41-002B, 112-43-035 392.31 Total 1,082.31 Topography Moderate to steep sided ridges, with rolling hills and rock out cropping. The views from the top of the ridges are outstanding in every direction. Vegetation Mostly mesquite chaparral with grass lands in the open areas. Improvements -Improvements are minimal consisting of an old barn with a small corral -Electric is at the property line -Domestic Well Property Description The property consists of entirely deeded land. It is one of the last large unsubdivided blocks of land in the area. The property is bordered by subdivisions to the north, east, and south, with the Coranado National Forest along the western boundary. It has been in the same family for the last 70 plus years. Price The property is available as two separate parcels: Property APNs Acres Price Price/Acre Padilla Tract 127-99-001 690 $6,900,000 $10,000/acre Agua Fria Gravel Pit 113-41-002B, 112-43-035 392.31 $5,880,000 $15,000/acre Total 1,082.31 $12,780,000 $11,811/acre

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.

1,126 acres Santa Cruz, AZ $6,188,000

1,126 acres Santa Cruz, AZ

Santa Cruz County Con Englehorn Headquarters West

Type: Acreage

The property is located in Eastern Santa Cruz County between the towns of Sonoita and Patagonia. State Hwy 82 borders the property on the west side, and the Coronado National Forest borders the property to the east. Acreage 1,126 Description The Sonoita Creek Ranch was once part of the historic Rail X Ranch. It sits in the beautiful foothills of the Santa Rita Mountains. Elevation ranges from 4400 ft. to 5000 feet above sea level. There is a 150 acre irrigated field on the eastern side of the property with 588 acre feet of water rights. Sonoita Creek runs through the property, which makes a nice riparian area, and a home for a huge variety of wildlife, and two irrigation ponds that are stocked with fish. The views from the property are exceptional in every direction. This is truly an exceptionally beautiful property. Weather Summers and winters are comparatively mild; temperatures vary from a daily maximum mean of approximately 58 degrees during the month of January to a daily maximum mean of approximately 88 degrees during the month of July. Annual rain fall averages about 17 inches. Wildlife Wildlife includes mule deer, white tail deer, bobcat, mountain lion, javelina, coyote, fox, badger, and squirrels. Quail and a wide variety of birds and other small game reside here. The Sonoita-Patagonia area is widely recognized in Arizona for its natural beauty and world renowned bird watching. Comments The Picturesque town of Patagonia is a short five minute drive to the south, and the town of Sonoita is a short five minute drive to the north. Nogales international airport is about fifteen minutes from the property, and Tucson international airport is little under an hours drive. Price $6,188,000; reduced 15% from $7,280,000

1,143 acres Tubac, AZ $5,500,000

1,143 acres Tubac, AZ

Santa Cruz County First United Realty First United Realty

Type: Acreage

ALEGRIA CANYON RANCH Alegria Canyon Ranch consists of 1,143 acres located 1 mile west of Interstate 19 and 1.5 miles southwest of the Santa Cruz River in Tubac, Arizona. This is a fantastic Gentleman's Ranch in the most incredible setting in Arizona. Come build your dream estate home here. Mountain views are in every direction and the verdant Santa Cruz River valley lies below. The area boasts the best annual climate in the state. Alegria Canyon Ranch has rolling topography with natural springs and canyons and is the highest elevation parcel of privately owned land that overlooks the Town of Tubac. The Northern portion of the site is crossed by Puerto Canyon and Tubac Creek and to the north/northwest lie Sardina Peak and Diablito Mountain. The western border of the property extends to the eastern fringes of the Tumaccacori Mountains, is crossed by Sardina Canyon, and has one mile of frontage along the Coronado National Forest. The Santa Rita Mountains are across the valley to the east. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY PURPOSE This beautiful ranch also has great potential for a future high end development with numerous nearby custom homes and its secured 100 Year Assured Water Certificate from the Arizona Department of Water Resources. The Alegria Canyon Estates project was conceived in May of 2007 by Jim Olson and required creative solutions, which he was re-known for. Three large contiguous ranches (total 1,143 acres) had minimum value by themselves (one had water and no access: the other had access and no water). Mr. Olson combined ownership and has an Approved Tentative Plat (209 lots) with accompanying 100 Year Water Certificate. This project fits well within a strategy of building quality, high-end developments in Arizona. Ownership intends to sell the property now or to develop this into a signature project with a joint venture partner. DEAL STRUCTURE-SELL The purchase price for Alegria Canyon Ranch is $5,500,000. This is a great property for the buyer looking for a value-added project. Take the project to final plat or to finished lots - the profit potential on this project is great! A prior appraisal estimated the value at final plat to be $54,000,000 and finished lots at $100,000,000. Property is co-listed with Andy Courtney Properties and First United Realty, Inc. Please call Marty Ryan at 520-429-0746 for more details or a personal tour.

148 acres Tubac, AZ $3,800,000

148 acres Tubac, AZ

Santa Cruz County Con Englehorn Headquarters West

Type: Acreage

148 acres along the Santa Cruz River, Rancho San Cayetano was established in the early 1800s as a quarter horse and cattle operation. It is now southern Arizonas premier horse boarding facility. The property is adjacent to the Santa Cruz River (which runs year round) where the De Anza Trail winds along, with shade from huge Cottonwood, Elderberry, and Mesquite Trees. The Beautiful entrance to the Ranch is lined with towering Sycamore Trees which provides shade and cooler temperatures. This is truly a beautiful property. Rarely does a property like this come on the market.

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.

238 acres Sonoita, AZ $1,999,000

238 acres Sonoita, AZ

Santa Cruz County Con Englehorn Headquarters West

Type: Acreage

"The Cunningham" Santa Cruz County, Arizona Location The Cunningham is located approximately 9 miles southeast of Sonoita, Arizona on State Highway 83. It lies in the heart of the Sonoita-Elgin wine country, about 5 miles southwest of Elgin, Arizona, near the site of the abandoned ranching community of Vaughn. Downtown Tucson is about 59 highway miles away (measured from the intersection of Congress Street and Interstate 10). The Cunningham is close to the vineyards and wineries of the Sonoita-Elgin area, the Las Cienegas National Conservation Area, Parker Canyon Lake, the Coronado National Forest, 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 Elgin, Sonoita, Canelo, Patagonia, Sierra Vista, and Nogales, Arizona. Size and Land Tenure The Cunningham consists of approximately 238 acres of private land. For sale as a single parcel, the current owner would also consider splitting the property. Elevation, Climate and Precipitation Elevations at The Cunningham range from around 4,975 feet to 5,075 feet above sea level. The climate is exceptional for year-round living, ranching, recreation, and growing wine grapes. Temperatures are mild, with summer highs occasionally reaching the mid-nineties and winter lows reaching the mid-thirties. Annual rainfall averages approximately 15 inches. General Description The private land comprising The Cunningham is contained in a single parcel of approximately 238 acres that includes one-half mile of highway frontage along State Route 83. Vaughn Canyon passes through the northern portion of the property. The land is gently rolling in nature, and slopes from south to north. Views from the property are panoramic, and grand. Forage and Vegetation Most of the property is rolling grassland. Historically, the property has been used for grazing cattle. A wide variety of perennial grasses are present including several species of grama grass, Texas timothy, green sprangletop, cane beardgrass, curly mesquite, and plains lovegrass. There are a few oak trees on the eastern portions of the property, and there are some cottonwoods along Vaughn Canyon. Wildlife Numerous wildlife species can be found in the area. White tail deer, mule deer, javelina, coyotes, bobcats, an occasional mountain lion, fox, and numerous species of birds all reside here. Improvements Originally planned as a vineyard community, approximately thirteen acres of wine grape vines were once planted to three different varieties: a Sirrah, a Cabernet, and a Tempranillo. The vineyard irrigation system remains in place, as do vine supports, but condition of the vines and supports is unknown. The vineyard and its improvements have not been maintained for the past couple of years. Water Water is obtained from private wells. There are four wells on the property; two have been in service. The principal well used was last rated at about 52 gallons per minute, and had a static water level of sixteen (16) feet. Two 5,000 gallon water storage tanks remain in place, and when in use, water was delivered to the vines by a pressurized water delivery system. Utilities Electricity is provided by Sulphur Springs Electric Co-op. Telephone service is provided by Qwest. Propane is available for delivery from several local suppliers, and sewage is treated by private septic system. Schools Elementary and middle schooling is provided by the Elgin School in Sonoita School District No. 25. High school students attend Patagonia Union High School. Zoning and Property Taxes Zoning is GR. Property taxes for 2009 were $2,903.62. If classified for grazing, property taxes would be considerably less. Price, Terms and Conditions The Cunningham is for sale for $1,999,900 cash or present terms offer. An owner carry back would be considered, and the property could be split. Remarks The Cunningham is situated in a real estate market that has been historically and consistently strong. This property is versatile. It can be developed as a large vineyard, as a small ranch, as a single home site, as a number of home sites, as vineyard estates, or as a combination of several property types. Access to the property is convenient, and easy.

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.

201 acres Patagonia, AZ $1,650,000

201 acres Patagonia, AZ

Santa Cruz County Con Englehorn Headquarters West

Type: Acreage

The S Bar V Ranch consists of approximately 201 acres of private land. The land is bounded by Forest Service lands on two sides. The property sits at the upper reaches of the San Rafael Valley and has magnificent views to the south and west.

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.

21 acres Elgin, AZ $1,200,000

21 acres Elgin, AZ

Santa Cruz County Nancy Belt Stockmen's Realty

Type: Acreage w/House

Tree House Farm is truly a unique and special property constructed with great care, attention and quality. It is currently being used as an equine school and reflects the owner's love for all animals great and small with habitats for various creatures from small tortoises to large Percheron draft horses. Quality of life was the focus of those who designed and constructed the property for all who live on or visit the premises. The original and only building at inception consisted of an approximately +/-438 s.f. cottage with +/- 97 s.f. of enclosed porch. Presently this home is the residence of creator and owner of the estate. The cozy cottage is of non-allergenic alder wood construction with vaulted ceilings and an all wood interior which creates warmth and charm. It has been well insulated with double pane doors and windows. The grounds around the cottage are beautifully landscaped with flowering low care shrubbery and mature trees. The back yard is home to various small creatures that inhabit this property. Carefully thought out enclosures were constructed for each of the inhabitants which include large rabbits, small rabbits, ducks, tortoises, a goat, and Parsley the pig. A tree house gazebo resides in the back yard along with a fire pit and barbeque area. The nearby stable houses the two miniature horses, quarter horse, and cow. Adjoining this building is the +/-1200 s.f. workshop/garage/feed room which is insulated with two large roll up doors and concrete floors. Also in this building is a sturdy set of stocks for treating the animals when necessary. The stable has access to a spacious turn-out area and pasture. As we meander up the road along a split rail fence we come to the primary structure on the ranch which by most would be considered the main living quarters. This building was designed to be a meeting/gathering place for the various families and children that would come to Tree House Farm, so it is unique in its design and would require some modifications to turn it into a typical residence. The building itself is constructed of stablized mud adobe blocks with colored concrete floors, soaring vaulted ceilings with fire place. The many windows and large covered patio boast sweeping views of the magnificent Mustang Mountains. There is a large well equipped kitchen with oak cabinetry and a large wooden moveable center island with seating capacity. There are two bathroom areas both handicap accessible with showers and multiple stall areas. There are three additional rooms in the center that were used as either sleeping areas for guests, office space or meditation areas. Continuing our journey we come to a very large garden with various sizes and heights of garden beds, fully fenced and irrigated. Beyond this area is the green house which is heated and cooled and is planted with an array of beautiful flowering plants and trees including a very large banana tree in the center. As you enter you are greeted by a waterfall and a small brook. The path leads you on to an ornamental fish pond and beyond this a sunken seating area. The green house is a place that entices you to linger. A walking path leads from the green house and connects to the orchard, filled with peach, apple, apricot and pear trees - along with pine and juniper trees. The trail continues on with two seating areas, a leaf-shaped walking labyrinth and connects all parts of the beautiful 21 acre property. Our next stop is the large free span covered arena with walls on three sides and two roll up doors. The eastern exposure is open to the beautiful Mustang Mountains. There are several small corrals set up inside and a round pen setup on the open side of the arena. Adjoining the arena is a second stable that is home to the two large Percheron draft horses and mule. It has its own tack room and feed room also insulated with concrete floors and roll up door. There is a very large turn-out area for this barn divided into three separate areas. The property would lend itself to a number of uses. A wonderful home for a 4-H family, equestrian training facility, or large private residential estate

47.5 acres Tubac, AZ $1,090,000

47.5 acres Tubac, AZ

Santa Cruz County First United Realty First United Realty

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 3 Baths | 3000 SqFt

At 4,500 feet, in southern Arizona, you will find this expansive residence perched high on a mountaintop. A dream custom designed home in the beautiful landscape of Salero Ranch, nestled in the Santa Rita mountains. Award winning state of the art 3,000 sq. ft truly energy efficient home with top of the line appliances, 7,850 sq. ft. under roof and incredible views from this magnificent 47.52 acre parcel bordering the Arizona Game and Fish Preserve on the prestigious Salero Ranch. This unique location and the complex architectural design was not without its challenges. The flexibility of state of the art Quad-Lock Insulated Concrete Forms System and the ingenuity of the design and build teams took this project from a dream to its spectacular reality. $1,095,000 Call Marty Ryan 520.429.0746 or 800.726.0100

77 acres Tucker, AZ $950,000

77 acres Tucker, AZ

Santa Cruz County First United Realty First United Realty

Type: Acreage w/House

Property Description: Sensational large custom home built on a hill with 3 BR and 3.5 BA with office/library and media room. Incredible 360 degree views with Bond Canyon Creek Riparian area below the home. Awesome views from every window! 4,800 sq ft in the home and 2,900 sq ft in a heated and cooled 6 car garage. 7,700 total sq ft plus very large porches with an outdoor fireplace. Pool, spa, BBQ, helipad on 77 acres with two electric gates. Very Motivated Seller. Reduced 1.1M from original list price! Neighborhood Feature: Gated Community; Horses Allowed

60 acres Sonoita, AZ $675,000

60 acres Sonoita, AZ

Santa Cruz County Con Englehorn Headquarters West

Type: Acreage

"SUNDOWN" IS… Approximately 60 acres in size. Sundown is spread gently over rolling grasslands near the base of the Mustang Mountains, in the heart of Santa Cruz County's Sonoita-Elgin wine, horse, and cattle country. At an average elevation of 4,775 feet, its climate is exceptional for year-round living, ranching, and recreation. Fifty-nine highway miles from downtown Tucson (intersection of Congress Street and Interstate 10), ten miles southeast of Sonoita, Arizona, and three quarters of a mile north of Elgin, Arizona, "SUNDOWN" is less than an hour's drive from Tucson International Airport. Close to the Las Cienegas National Conservation Area, the vineyards and wineries of the Sonoita-Elgin area, Parker Canyon Lake, the Coronado National Forest, Fort Huachuca, Patagonia Lake State Park, Kartchner Cavern State Park, the Nature Conservancy's Patagonia-Sonoita Creek Sanctuary for birds and other wildlife, historic ghost towns of the Patagonia area, and the communities of Elgin, Sonoita, Canelo, Patagonia, Sierra Vista, and Nogales, Arizona. Located in a real estate market that has been historically and consistently strong. This parcel of land will appeal as much to the person searching for a place to create a wonderful lifestyle as it will to someone who wants to develop the property, or to simply hold it for further appreciation. "SUNDOWN" includes a new- and successfully drilled- water well. The entire east side of "SUNDOWN" lies along the Upper Elgin Road, a paved route from Elgin north to State Highway 82, or south and west to Elgin and State Highway 83. Access to "SUNDOWN" is convenient, and easy. Sundown may be split into not more than five parcels, none of which may be smaller than ten acres, and utilities must be underground. "SUNDOWN" IS FOR SALE for $675,000.00

60 acres Santa Cruz, AZ $675,000

60 acres Santa Cruz, AZ

Santa Cruz County Con Englehorn Headquarters West

Type: Acreage

"COTTONWOOD" IS… Approximately 59 acres in size. "COTTONWOOD" is located near the base of the Mustang Mountains in the heart of Santa Cruz County's Sonoita-Elgin wine, horse, and cattle country. At an average elevation of 4,775 feet, its climate is exceptional for year-round living, ranching, and recreation. Fifty-nine highway miles from downtown Tucson (measured from the intersection of Congress Street and Interstate 10), ten miles southeast of Sonoita, Arizona, and one-half mile north of Elgin, Arizona, "COTTONWOOD" is less than an hour's drive from Tucson International Airport. Close to the Las Cienegas National Conservation Area, the vineyards and wineries of the Sonoita-Elgin area, Parker Canyon Lake, the Coronado National Forest, Patagonia Lake State Park, Kartchner Cavern State Park, the Nature Conservancy's Patagonia-Sonoita Creek Sanctuary for birds and other wildlife, historic ghost towns of the Patagonia area, and the communities of Elgin, Sonoita, Canelo, Patagonia, Sierra Vista, and Nogales, Arizona. Located in a real estate market that has been historically and consistently strong. This parcel of land is versatile. It can be developed as a small "ranch," or as a home site. It can be split into several smaller parcels; or it can simply be held for further appreciation. "COTTONWOOD" already has a water well. The entire east side of "COTTONWOOD" lies along the Upper Elgin Road, a paved route from Elgin north to State Highway 82, or south to Elgin and then west to State Highway 83. Access to "COTTONWOOD" is convenient, and easy. Cottonwood may be split into not more than five parcels, none of which may be smaller than ten acres, and utilities must be underground. "COTTONWOOD" IS FOR SALE for $675,000.00 Note: Owner agent.
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