Richard Peagler


First United Realty is Arizona’s largest, legacy land company with over 10,000 satisfied property buyers in its family of land owners. For over 40 years First United and its predecessor, First United Service Corporation, have acquired only the finest quality recreational and residential properties in Arizona, and made them available to anyone seeking a quiet retreat of their own, far from the hassle of the city, where people can truly experience the beauty of nature. Prime 37 acre parcels start at on $18,900.

No qualifying seller provided financing creates monthly payments as low as $183. 

$28,000  •  36.82 acres
36 Acre Northern Arizona Ranch Steal Outstanding opportunity to own a sprawling 36.82 acre ranch retreat in the cool northern Arizona highlands. This part of Arizona has long been coveted for its mild climate, abundant groundwater, rich loam soils and nutrient rich native grasses. Once part of a private cattle ranch, today a large piece of this valuable land can be yours to build on, vacation in your RV or 5th wheel, or just camp outdoors and enjoy the clean healthful mountain air and refreshing seasonal temperatures amid this quiet and serene setting. The zoning allows all of these uses. The property is situated at the ideal 6,200’ elevation with its four distinct seasons, each comfortable and inviting for outdoor activities. The winters here are mild, typically producing less than 18 of snow most of which falls at a rate of two to three inches per storm and melts into the soil within a day or two. The land is blessed with an average of 327 days of sunshine a year. The average high temperature in the coldest month of January is 50 degrees under sunny clear skies. Summer temperatures are mild with daytime highs averaging in the upper 80’s. The summer lows average in the 70’s. Summer temperatures see additional cooling with the arrival of the seasonal monsoon rains. Typically arriving in mid-July, these refreshing afternoon rains bring forth a profusion of colorful wildflowers and turn the ranch's lush native range grasses vivid green. Evergreen juniper trees cover approx. 15 acres of the property. The balance of the land is level open grassy meadowland. The land surface is blanketed with grasses and wildflowers growing in a fine tillable sandy loam soil, ideal for the raising of vegetables and fruit trees. Apples, cherries, plumbs, pears and a host of garden vegetables thrive in this soil. Area gardeners produce abundant yields of corn, tomatoes, carrots, beans, peppers, squash, and lettuce throughout the area’s warm spring and summer growing seasons. Livestock can comfortably graze the land’s nutrient rich native grasses free of harmful surface rock. The land has a secure groundwater supply from its positioning over the massive Coconino Sandstone Aquifer. Private wells producing 35 gpm or less are allowed in this part of northern Arizona without permitting requirements. In addition, a free access well located a short distance from the land is available to the property owner 24/7 for water hauling. The land is bordered by 640 acres of uninhabited State Trust land and features road access on two sides of its perimeter. The road access to the land is entirely maintained. The property is within a short drive of Lyman Lake State Park and the Apache County seat of St. Johns, Arizona. St. Johns is a charming pioneer town founded in the 1870’s and serves today as the County seat of Apache County. You’ll find everything you need for your rural homestead there including grocery stores, hardware stores, automotive stores, banks, restaurants, schools and churches. The 1,200 acre Lyman Lake is located 10 minutes south of St. Johns and features outstanding fishing, boating and hiking trails. Ask to see 503. $28,000 total assume current seller financed loan with approx. $12,500 down and a monthly payment of $268.
Contact for Price  •  37.58 acres
37 Acre Quiet Secluded High Country Ranch. East central Arizona has long been sought after by those seeking large parcel ownership free of burdensome County regulations. This 37.58 acre off grid property lies within the heart of east central Arizona's high country where outstanding groundwater, weather, soil and liberal zoning provide the ideal elements necessary for sustainable homesteading. The residential, recreational and agricultural zoning allows livestock, camping and RV use at the owner's discretion. The land is situated at a mild 6,408 elevation. At this elevation owners enjoy four distinctly different seasons, each drenched in clear warm sunshine free of pollution. Outdoor work is rarely curtailed due to the weather. The winters here are mild, typically producing less than 18 of snow most of which falls at a rate of two to three inches per storm and melts into the soil within a day or two. The land is blessed with an average of 327 days of sunshine a year. The average high temperature in the coldest month of January is 50 degrees under sunny clear skies. Winter lows are mostly in the teens and low 20's Summer temperatures are mild with daytime highs averaging in the upper 80's. The summer lows average in the low 70s. Summer temperatures see additional cooling with the arrival of the seasonal monsoon rains. Typically arriving in mid-July, these refreshing afternoon rains bring forth a profusion of colorful wildflowers and turn the ranch's lush native range grasses vivid green. The property has been surveyed into a square shape with each length measuring approx. a quarter of a mile in length. The acreage is heavily covered with stands of evergreen pinon pines and rocky mountain junipers. This is an extremely scenic property accented by a range of gentle contours which slope gradually from west to east, where the land's highest point offers sweeping views of the surrounding wilderness mountains and valleys. Its privacy is enhanced by the 1,280 acres of uninhabited State of Arizona Trust lands that form a quiet and scenic backdrop to both its southern and eastern borders. A short 2 minute walk through the State trust wilderness land behind the eastern border of the property brings you to an extremely scenic ridge line with long range drop off views to the south. Take in colorful sunsets throughout the year from this one of a kind vantage point. The property is part of a private community of large tracts, all of which have free access to the community's convenience well for water hauling. The well is less than five minutes away from the land. Also, private well installations are allowed at affordable drilling depths. Road access is via maintained graded dirt roads. The land surface is blanketed with a fine tillable sandy loam soil, ideal for the raising of vegetables and fruit trees. Apples, cherries, plumbs, pears and a host of garden vegetables thrive in this soil. Area gardeners produce abundant yields of corn, tomatoes, carrots, beans, peppers, squash, and lettuce throughout the areas warm spring and summer growing seasons. Livestock can comfortably graze the lands nutrient rich native grasses free of harmful surface rock. The property is within a short drive of Lyman Lake State Park and the Apache County seat of St. Johns, Arizona. St. Johns is a charming pioneer town founded in the 1870'S and serves today as the County seat of Apache County. You'll find everything you need for your rural homestead there including grocery stores, hardware stores, automotive stores, banks, restaurants, schools and churches. The 1,200 acre Lyman Lake is located 10 minutes south of St. Johns and features outstanding fishing, boating and hiking trails. $49,900 with $5,800 down and monthly payments of $420. Ask to see 388. Call First United Realty for more information.
$79,900  •  9.46 acres
This spacious 9.46 acre cabin site is situated at a cool clear 6,800 foot elevation and has sweeping unobstructed views of the White Mountains and the surrounding National Forest below. It is heavily wooded and has easy RV/5th wheel access off of pavement. The White Mountain community of Show Low with its golf courses, restaurants, and big box stores is only ten minutes away. Ownership of one of these large wooded parcels will give you cool refreshing summer temperatures, privacy and excellent access to the Sitgreaves National Forest lakes and streams. Summertime temperatures are in the very comfortable70’s&80s.Winters are brisk but never severe. A White Christmas from the area’s several light snowfalls is common. The neighboring Sitgreaves National Forest offers a host of relaxing recreational and leisure activities. Fishing, boating lakes and streams abound nearby. The forest teams with trophy deer and elk and is sought after by hunters as the premier hunting region in all of northern Arizona. The State’s best ski runs are only a short drive away at the Sunrise Ski Resort. A short ten minute drive through the forest is the charming town of Show Low with its full complement of shopping andservices . The property borders 640 acres of State Trust Land providing a quiet scenic backdrop to the land. For more information or for a tour appointment call :JR Price 928.521.788
$750,000  •  38 acres
Quiet Secluded High Country Ranch This beautifully forested 38 acre ranch estate is set amid towering ponderosa pine woodlands in the foothills of Arizona's recreation rich White Mountains at a cool-clear 7,700’ elevation. Located midway between Vernon and Greer Arizona, the land combines the ideal blending of mature pines with areas of meadowlands carpeted with native high country grasses and mountain wildflowers. The land gently rises in elevation as you enter the property through approx. 8 acres of lush meadowland. After transitioning through the meadow, the property begins to rise above the valley floor into rich stands of Ponderosa pines, oak and juniper. The acreage’s gentle contours provide multiple building sites throughout the property, each with sweeping views of the surrounding wilderness. The land controls over 1,600’ of Sitgreaves National Forest frontage. Further land division of the land is available for investment or estate planning purposes. Recent sales of 10 acre splits in this community have been in the $225,000 range. The seller has surveyed the land will provide to the buyer with a lot split map prepared by a licensed surveyor containing four individual tracts, two of which border the Sitgreaves National Forest. The property is part of a small enclave of properties all of which of feature power service, an electric gated entrance, quality constructed and maintained community roads, and trout lake. Thoughtful use covenants protect this property’s value and maintain neighboring property’s cleanliness and use standards. You may build whenever you like or not at all. RV use is permitted on a limited annual basis. The land is entirely usable. There is no erosion or unbuildable areas. The weather in this portion of the White Mountains is ideal. At 7,700, feet the air at this elevation is crisp and pure, the clear nighttime sky arrayed with the majestic beauty of the Milky Way. Summertime temperatures are in the very comfortable 70’s & 80s. Winters are brisk but never severe. A white Christmas from the area’s several light snowfalls is common. The neighboring Sitgreaves National Forest offers a host of relaxing recreational and leisure activities. Fishing, hiking trails, boating lakes and streams abound nearby. The forest teams with trophy deer and elk and is sought after by hunters as the premier hunting region in all of northern Arizona. The State’s best ski runs are only a short drive away at the Sunrise Ski Resort. Also short drive from the property is the charming town of Show Low and its neighboring communities of Lakeside and Pinetop. Each offer a full complement of shopping, restaurants and medical services. Home Depot, Walmart, and Target all are available there. $750,000. For more information or for a tour appointment to walk this land, please call: JR Price at 928.521.7882
$49,900  •  36.92 acres
Situated in a quiet wilderness setting 35 minutes north of St. Johns, Arizona, this spacious 36.92 acre off grid ranch features lush tree cover, grassy meadowland and interesting rock formations set amid unparalleled privacy and seclusion. The land was contour surveyed to blend an outstanding variety of terrains and landscapes within its boundaries, all within a secluded setting free of encroaching neighbors and urban noise. The land is rectangular in shape measuring approx. 1,800’ by 1,000’. At an elevation of 6,100 feet, the land enjoys a comfortable year-round climate. Outdoor work is rarely curtailed due to the weather. The winters here are mild, typically producing less than 18 of snow most of which falls at a rate of two to three inches per storm and melts into the soil within a day or two. The land is blessed with an average of 327 days of sunshine a year. The average high temperature in the coldest month of January is 50 degrees under sunny clear skies. Summer temperatures are mild with daytime highs averaging in the upper 80’s. The summer lows average in the 70’s. Summer temperatures see additional cooling with the arrival of the seasonal monsoon rains. Typically arriving in mid-July, these refreshing afternoon rains bring forth a profusion of colorful wildflowers and turn the ranch's lush native range grasses vivid green. The land includes ownership of a rainfed arroyo bounded by scenic rock formations that provide both beauty and outstanding climbing opportunities. The arroyo channels the summer monsoon rains as they course through the eastern border of the property. The most private and secluded building sites are situated atop the ridge that forms the western border of the arroyo’s channel. Long range views in all directions open up from these building/RV sites. The residential, recreational and agricultural zoning allows livestock, camping and RV use at the owner’s discretion. The land surface is blanketed with a fine tillable sandy loam soil, ideal for the raising of vegetables and fruit trees. Apples, cherries, plumbs, pears and a host of garden vegetables thrive in this soil. Area gardeners produce abundant yields of corn, tomatoes, carrots, beans, peppers, squash, and lettuce throughout the area’s warm spring and summer growing seasons. Livestock can comfortably graze the land’s nutrient rich native grasses free of harmful surface rock. Private wells are allowed in this part of northern Arizona without permitting requirements. The land has a secure groundwater supply from its positioning over the massive Coconino Sandstone Aquifer. Private well installations on this land are allowed without permitting requirements. In addition, a free access well located a short distance from the land is available to the property owner 24/7 for water hauling. A maintained bladed ranch road provides access to this property along recorded easements. The property is within a short drive of Lyman Lake State Park and the Apache County seat of St. Johns, Arizona. St. Johns is a pioneer town founded in the 1870’s and serves today as the County seat of Apache County. You’ll find everything you need for your rural homestead there including grocery stores, hardware stores, automotive stores, banks, restaurants, schools and churches. The 1,200 acre Lyman Lake is located 10 minutes south of St. Johns and features outstanding fishing, boating and hiking trails. $49,900, $10,000 down, balance at 8% 15 year loan. Monthly payments of $381.31. Call First United Realty at 602.264.0000 for more information and to schedule a time to walk this land and many other similar ones in the area.
$48,000  •  37.85 acres
Remote Highlands Homestead This very secluded 37.85 acres is best suited for people seeking large acreage ownership well away from neighboring owners and who place a premium on the freedom to use and work their land in a quiet and peaceful wilderness setting free of urban noise and pollution. The property is located in eastern Apache County, Arizona, 30 minutes north of the County seat of St. Johns. At 6,700’, the air and skies here are clear and free of pollution. The weather is comfortable throughout the season, with none being too hot or too cold. Outdoor work is rarely curtailed due to the weather. The winters here are mild, typically producing less than 18 of snow most of which falls at a rate of two to three inches per storm and melts into the soil within a day or two. The land is blessed with an average of 327 days of sunshine a year. The average high temperature in the coldest month of January is 50 degrees under sunny clear skies. Summer temperatures are mild with daytime highs averaging in the upper 80’s. The summer lows average in the 70’s. Summer temperatures see additional cooling with the arrival of the seasonal monsoon rains. Typically arriving in mid-July, these refreshing afternoon rains bring forth a profusion of colorful wildflowers and turn the ranch's lush native range grasses vivid green. The residential, recreational and agricultural zoning allows livestock, camping and RV use at the owner’s discretion The diverse terrain throughout the property offers a selection cabin/RV sites set amid thick stands of evergreen junipers and pinon pines, each was spectacular long range views of the surrounding wilderness. Rainfed arroyos, rock formations, and elevated hills with overlooks of the adjoining 640 acre section of uninhabited State trust land are all here. The A thick mantle of sandy loam soil covers the land providing an ideal base from which vegetable gardens and fruit trees thrive. Several nutrient rich native range grasses grow in this soil. and has road access along two of its borders. The additional road access will provide easy legal access to any future splits of the property. The property is accented by ownership of several hundred feet of a scenic wooded ridge that crosses through the northeast portion of the acreage. The land overlies the massive Coconino Regional Aquifer and private wells are allowed without permitting requirements in this region of Arizona. This property also has 24/7 free access to a nearby convenience well from which water can be hauled back to the land. Road access is maintained to the land and all four corners have been marked by a licensed surveyor. An outstanding value at $48,000 with $9,600 down balance at 8% for 12 years with payments of $416 p.i. Ask to see WVR tract 226. Call First United Realty at 602.264.0000 for more information and to set an appointment to walk this land
$65,000  •  0 acres
Arizona High Country Retreat With Pond Outstanding 36.97 acre retreat with panoramic views of the Sitgreaves National Forest. Situated 20 minutes east of Show Low, Arizona at a clear 6,500’ elevation, this scenic acreage has easy family car access, power service, domestic water well, and large rainfed pond. The property is nearly level throughout and entirely usable. A mantle of native range grasses covers half of the land, making it ideal for horses and other livestock. Approximately half of the land is wooded with evergreen junipers and pinon pines. Set amid the trees where the best building site is located, is a registered private well. Accenting the center of the land is a large rainfed pond which can provide water for a range of livestock. The land’s zoning is AG, which allows agricultural, residential and recreational use of the property. RV’s are allowed at the owners discretion. Power service is just off the northern corner of the land and is easily extendable to the property. The property takes in sweeping views of the snowcapped White Mountains to the south as well as additional long range views in all other directions. The small village of Concho is five minutes to the east with a grocery store and the area’s commercial hub of Show Low is 25 minutes away to the west. Show Low and the surrounding communities offer an excellent assortment of goods and services. The weather in this location is comfortable throughout the seasons. Summer highs average in the 80’s, winter highs in the 50’s & 60’s. The average annual rainfall is 11” with another 20” of snowfall. $65,000 cash. The well, pond, power service, easy access and scenic views make this an extraordinary value in recreational/residential land which will be claimed quickly. Call First United Realty now at 602.264.0000 for additional information or to schedule a time to walk the land.
$51,500  •  36.75 acres
Situated in a quiet high country valley 30 minutes north of St. Johns, this spacious 36.75 acre cabin site features lush natural vegetation and rock formations set amid unparalleled privacy and seclusion. The land was contour surveyed to blend an outstanding variety of terrains and landscapes within its boundaries all within a wilderness setting free of encroaching neighbors and urban noise. A 640 acre section of Arizona State Trust land adjoins the property’s entire eastern border providing a quiet backdrop to the land. At an elevation of 6,300’, the land enjoys a comfortable year-round climate. Outdoor work is rarely curtailed due to the weather. The winters here are mild, typically producing less than 18 of snow most of which falls at a rate of two to three inches per storm and melts into the soil within a day or two. The land is blessed with an average of 327 days of sunshine a year. The average high temperature in the coldest month of January is 50 degrees under sunny clear skies. Summer temperatures are mild with daytime highs averaging in the upper 80s. The summer lows average in the 70’s. Summer temperatures see additional cooling with the arrival of the seasonal monsoon rains. Typically arriving in mid-July, these refreshing afternoon rains bring forth a profusion of colorful wildflowers and turn the ranch's lush native range grasses vivid green. The residential, recreational and agricultural zoning allows livestock, camping and RV use at the owner’s discretion. The land surface is blanketed with a fine tillable sandy loam soil, ideal for the raising of vegetables and fruit trees. Apples, cherries, plumbs, pears and a host of garden vegetables thrive in this soil. Area gardeners produce abundant yields of corn, tomatoes, carrots, beans, peppers, squash, and lettuce throughout the area’s warm spring and summer growing seasons. Livestock can comfortably graze the land’s nutrient rich native grasses free of harmful surface rock. The land has a secure groundwater supply from its positioning over the massive Coconino Sandstone Aquifer. Private wells are allowed in this part of northern Arizona with permitting requirements. In addition, a free access well located a short distance from the land is available to the property owner 24/7 for water hauling. A maintained bladed ranch road provides access to this property along a recorded, title insured easement. The property is within a short drive of Lyman Lake State Park and the Apache County seat of St. Johns, Arizona. St. Johns is a charming pioneer town founded in the 1870’s and serves today as the County seat of Apache County. You’ll find everything you need for your rural homestead there including grocery stores, hardware stores, automotive stores, banks, restaurants, schools and churches. The 1,200 acre Lyman Lake is located 10 minutes south of St. Johns and features outstanding fishing, boating and hiking trails. No qualifying seller financing available. $51,500 total with $10,300 down payment. Payments of $408 per month. Call John Heltzel at 928.245.1922 for complete financing details. You can order a more information on this land and others like it by calling First United Realty at 602.264.0000. First United Realty is Arizona's largest provider of private land and has a wide selection of terrains and wilderness landscapes to select from.
$44,900  •  37.52 acres
Secluded Northern AZ Ranch This sprawling 37.52 acre retreat is secluded deep within a remote mountain valley 25 minutes east of St. Johns, Arizona. The elevation of the property is 6,973’ where the air is clear and the weather enjoyable year-round. Outdoor work is rarely curtailed due to the weather. The winters here are mild, typically producing less than 18 of snow most of which falls at a rate of two to three inches per storm and melts into the soil within a day or two. The land is blessed with an average of 327 days of sunshine a year. The average high temperature in the coldest month of January is 50 degrees under sunny clear skies. Summer temperatures are mild with daytime highs averaging in the upper 80s. The summer lows average in the 70’s. Summer temperatures see additional cooling with the arrival of the seasonal monsoon rains. Private wells are allowed without permitting requirements. The land has a secure groundwater supply from its positioning over the massive Coconino Sandstone Aquifer. The land is covered with a thick mantle of soft sandy loam soil ideal for organic orchards and vegetable gardens. Area growers produce plentiful harvests of tomatoes, corn, potatoes, lettuce, peppers, apples, peaches, apricots, and pears along with a host of additional garden varieties. The land has been surveyed in a square shape and is usable throughout. Three gently terraced rises cross through the property offering a wide selection of building/RV sites, each with long range views of the surrounding countryside. About an equal portion of the acreage is woodland and meadowland. Privacy is enhanced by the property’s alignment with 1,280 acres of adjoining State Trust Lands. These beautiful woodlands provide a quiet and very scenic backdrop to the land. A small rainfed arroyo crosses through the southeast corner of the land adding additional interest. The residential, recreational and agricultural zoning allows livestock, camping and RV use at the owner’s discretion. $44,900 with $11,500 down, $596 mo. Call Robert Mills at 602.510.2948 for more detail and to make an appointment to walk the land.
$55,900  •  36 acres
Arizona boasts many attractive environments. For year-round superb weather, rich vegetation and views, appealing laid-back lifestyle, most agree southeastern Arizona takes first prize. Picturesque Santa Cruz County is the broad setting, within it the Tubac and Patagonia areas are particular standouts. Just 30 minutes from these charming towns lies Salero Ranch–demonstrably among the finest deedable, large-parcel land available statewide. Salero Ranch does not offer average Santa Cruz interest and beauty. The terrain, hills, valleys, seasonal creeks, rock formations and mountain vistas that are Salero Ranch make it quite exceptional even in this exceptionally desirable area. Salero Ranch presents a wonderfully wide selection of homesites–beautiful, sprawling, 36-acre-and-up homesites. Your natural bounty here can be quit personalized. Choose from level to gracefully rolling terrain, verdant valleys to commanding hilltop overlooks, cascading rock wall backdrops, quiet cul-de-sacs and more. The variety available at Salero Ranch is yet another mark of its uniqueness, as is meticulous contour surveying of every homesite–optimizing views and topographical features. Everywhere at Salero Ranch, views are movingly rewarding. The towering Santa Rita Mountains north; the sheer, shimmering Grosvenors south; the purpling Patagonias southeast; the lush Coronado National Forest north and east. Right at hand are the ranch’s own sparkling seasonal creeks and ponds, picturesque outcroppings of moss covered and high desert boulders, kaleidoscope ridgetop and valley vistas, ocher streamed cliffs and carpets of colorful seasonal wildflowers. Mesquite, cottonwood, emory oak, gooding willow, ash and hackberry are all resident at Salero Ranch. Oceans of lush native grasses unite all. Lacy ocotillo, blossom-top cholla, other cacti add to the property’s distinctive southwestern appeal. Great views of another kind are common at Salero Ranch; the abundant area wildlife. Whitetail deer herds are native to the area and ranch; javalina, coatimundi and fox are frequent visitors. Colorful red-tail hawks soar local skies; coveys of quail frolic ranchwide; and bird species are incredibly numerous, with a nationally famed avian preserve just southwest. The weather is beautiful nearly every day at Salero Ranch… Salero Ranch is indeed, a quintessential eyeful–and it’s graced with exactly the crystal clear, sapphire skies through which you’d want to view it. Area weather is probably the most enjoyable and healthful in the nation: the ranch’s 4,500-foot elevation makes for comfortable summers and mild winters. Well over 300 sunny, outdoor inviting days a year are the norm. Prices begin at $55,900 with affordable seller provided financing. For additional information and to request a brochure, please call Marty Ryan at 520.421.0176.
$49,000  •  36 acres
This 36 acre homestead is located atop the lush Colorado Plateau at a cool clear 6,440' elevation approx.. 25 miles north of St. Johns, Arizona. The property is easily accessed off of a well maintained road. The land is an ideal blending of evergreen woodlands and lush grassy meadowland. A pronounced rise crossing through the center of the acreage provides outstanding building/RV sites with 360 degree views across the balance of the property. The land is carpeted with a thick mantle of sandy loam soil which supports a range of nutrient rich native grasses. Apples, cherries, plumbs, pears and a host of garden vegetables thrive in this soil. Area gardeners produce abundant yields of corn, tomatoes, carrots, beans, peppers, squash, and lettuce throughout the area’s warm spring and summer growing seasons. Livestock can comfortably graze the land’s nutrient rich native grasses free of harmful surface rock. Outdoor work is rarely curtailed due to the weather. The winters here are mild, typically producing less than 18 of snow most of which falls at a rate of two to three inches per storm and melts into the soil within a day or two. The land is blessed with an average of 300 days of sunshine a year. The average high temperature in the coldest month of January is 50 degrees under sunny clear skies. Summer temperatures are mild with daytime highs averaging in the upper 80s to mid 90's. The summer lows average in the 70’s. Summer temperatures see additional cooling with the arrival of the seasonal monsoon rains. Typically arriving in mid-July, these refreshing afternoon rains bring forth a profusion of colorful wildflowers and turn the ranch's lush native range grasses vivid green. Private wells are allowed and the land has a secure groundwater supply from its positioning over the massive Coconino Sandstone Aquifer. The property is within a short drive of Lyman Lake State Park and the Apache County seat of St. Johns, Arizona. St. Johns is a charming pioneer town founded in the 1870’s and serves today as the County seat of Apache County. You’ll find everything you need for your rural homestead there including grocery stores, pharmacy, hardware store, automotive store, bank, restaurants, schools and churches. The 1,200 acre Lyman Lake is located 10 minutes south of St. Johns and features outstanding fishing, boating and hiking trails. The land is not part of a property owner’s association and there are no deed restrictions. The property is zoned for a wide range of uses including residential, recreational and agricultural. $49,000, $24,000 down, $301 month for 11 years. Call Max Alfaro, listing agent at 480.232.5768 for complete details.
$2,950,000  •  9.38 acres
THE FINEST EQUESTRIAN ESTATE AVAILABLE IN TUCSON, ARIZONA! An authentic old world hacienda nestled in a lush 9.38 acre mesquite bosque at the prestigious northeast La Cebadilla Estates neighborhood. This remarkably rare riparian property creates the perfect private, tranquil, luxuriant setting that is so elusive in the Tucson desert. A private gated entry to a long tree lined driveway, beautiful landscaping and wrap around porches surround all the fabulous masonry buildings on the property. There is a gorgeous entry courtyard with fountain, resort style grounds and massive, majestic mesquite trees. It would be tremendously challenging, time consuming and almost impossible to obtain permits to build this home today on similar land, if it was even available. This is a turnkey equestrian estate that features a 4,349 sq ft main house with Oregon Douglas Fir beams and high ceilings throughout with 4 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, 5 fireplaces, a 990 sq ft guest house with one bedroom, one bath and kitchen. It includes a detached garage and a 668 sq ft studio suitable for a private living area, home office or gym and with an attached, separate work shop. The quality of construction is impeccable. There is a large pebble tech swimming pool, numerous patios, lawns, flowers and mature plantings. Rounding out the resort back yard is a covered outdoor kitchen and BBQ with incredible stone work that must be seen. The property is served by city water but also has a private well for the irrigation and pool and there are surface water rights. The entire home, yard and pool is wheelchair accessible. The 5 stall masonry barn (all with turnouts) is built to veterinary equine standards, with roll up breezeway doors, separate dry feed room also with a roll up door, hot and cold water wash rack area and a tack room with bathroom facilities. A separate hay barn accommodates 5+ squeezes of hay storage. The land is perimeter fenced and has cross fenced pastures for horse turnouts and is one of the few parcels approved for livestock at La Cebadilla Estates. This is also one of the rare parcels without any equestrian easements on it. There is also a wonderful regulation dressage arena. It has an on site riding trail and direct access to 1.5 mile commercial riding trail. There is direct access to the Tanque Verde Wash and just a 10 minute trail ride to Saguaro National Monument East. There is also access to a beautiful, private fishing lake. This is a true horse lover's paradise in the most equine friendly neighborhood in Southern Arizona. It is also perfect for bird watchers and anyone desiring a private mesquite bosque and a serene lifestyle located in the coveted Tanque Verde Wash riparian area. With all of this you will not want to leave but there are excellent schools, shopping and restaurants within a 10 minute drive. Nearby, there are other popular outdoor recreational attractions for endless riding, hiking, birding, ATVs at Redington Pass, Mt. Lemmon, Sabino Canyon, Seven Falls, Tanque Verde Falls and many more including hundreds of thousands of acres of the Coronado National Forest in the Rincon and Catalina Mountains and the Saguaro National Monument. Call today.
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Richard Peagler
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