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$6,900,000  •  205,795.51 acres
For the first time the Diamond Bar and the Music Mountain Ranch are being offered together. Between the two ranches you have 376.51 deeded acres, 205,419 BLM Grazing lease acres, Thousands more in Adverse Grazing, 2,965 square foot house on the headquarters with corrals and barns. All this with a 615 + AU carrying capacity. There are very few ranches in American that have a natural barrier with the majestic Grand Canyon.
$7,200,000  •  82,882 acres
Available now is the historic Cedar Canyon Ranch operated by the Rafter S Cattle Company. This 642.41 deeded acre ranch with 80,240-acre BLM lease carrying and AU number of 575. There are multiple thousands of adverse acres throughout the property as well. The headquarters is tucked away in the foothills of the Hualapai Valley twenty miles north of Kingman and two and a half miles off the paved Stockton Hill Road. Multiple pens, corrals, bar
$1,790,000  •  52,193 acres
$1,850,000 • Under Contract
This is a rare chance to own a cattle ranch near the Team Roping Capital of the World – Wickenburg AZ. This is a 225+/- Head ranch with recent improvements of water updating and development. The ranch is priced affordable with opportunity for income from ephemeral increases. Also this would be an excellent ranch for a stock contractor. The ranch has easy access with a close proximity to Phoenix and Wickenburg. The seller is asking a reduced price of $1,790,000. For a private tour contact Scott Thacker at 520-444-7069.
$6,900,000  •  2,555 acres
THE SOPORI RANCH HAS 2.5 MILES OF SOPORI WASH FRONTAGE ON 2,555 +/- ALL DEEDED ACRES WITH SOME OF THE LARGEST COTTONWOODS IN ARIZONA!! It is set amid lush riparian waterways, dramatic ridgelines, secluded valleys, and is surrounded by the Tumacacori, Cerro Colorado, Sierrita and Santa Rita mountain ranges. This dramatic land is adjacent to thousands of acres of preserved wilderness and State Trust lands. The seasonally flowing waters of Sopori Wash flow through the ranch providing an ecologically rich and diverse riparian ecosystem & a natural wildlife corridor between the surrounding mountain ranges. The Sopori Wash is a key tributary of the Santa Cruz River & a critical wildlife corridor. This portion of the wash is one of the few riparian-dominated, shallow-groundwater areas left in this region. Large galleries of ancient cottonwoods, willow, ash, hackberry and elderberry line its banks and provide habitat for Coues deer, mule deer, mountain lion, bobcat, badger, ocelot, coati, jaguar, wolf, javelina, kit fox and more. A wide range of birds including the Swainson's hawk, Bell's vireo, and western-yellow-billed cuckoo, cactus ferruginous pygmy-owl, rufous-winged sparrow, vermillion flycatcher and lesser long-nosed bat call this home. Many of these animal species are endangered. The land also hosts 67 plant species, including the endangered Pima pineapple cactus. This southern Arizona ranch lies among lush rolling hills with sweeping mountain vistas where the warm sun-drenched air is clear, and the easy pace of ranch life still exists. Adjoining vast stretches of scenic State Trust land and thousands of acres of pristine wildness preserve, Sopori Ranch is where you can now own a 2,555 deeded acre ranch estate on one of Arizona's most beautiful private ranches. While the land remains as it was when the Spanish missionaries and explorers first arrived here centuries ago, Tubac and Green Valley provide modern conveniences and comforts of refined living nearby. The artist colony of Tubac in the beautiful Santa Cruz River valley in southeastern Arizona is recognized as a year-round vacation destination by travel writers worldwide. Its artist galleries, shops, fine restaurants, farmers markets, wellness spas and championship golf course offer travelers and residents a unique experience found nowhere else in the southwest. Sopori Ranch lies in the heart of this activity rich area. Just 15 minutes north, Green Valley offers a full complement of shopping, services and medical facilities. Just 45 minutes north is the flourishing city of Tucson and the Tucson International airport. All in all, there are very few places left that rival, let alone equal, Sopori Ranch. LOCATION: 5 miles west of I-19 and Amado, Arizona in Santa Cruz County. ACCESS: From I-19 access is via the lightly traveled paved County maintained Arivaca Road. Parts of the ranch have paved frontage, and the interior property is accessed by privately owned ranch roads. Hiking and horseback riding are endless on trails and in the Sopori Wash. ELEVATION: The ranch's elevation varies from 3,200 to 3,600 feet which produce mild sunny winters with average daytime highs in the mid 70's and nighttime lows in the low 40's. Summer highs average in the low to mid 90's with the nighttime lows in the mid 60's. The overall annual average high temperature is 84 degrees, and the overall average low is 48 degrees. Average annual rainfall is 16.6 inches and 310 sunny days a year. POWER: Electricity is available to the northern portion of the ranch south of Arivaca Road. The entire ranch is ideal for off-grid solar power. WATER: Sopori Ranch overlies the Sopori Basin which adjoins the Santa Cruz River Basin. There is an abundance of water available from the underlying very shallow aquifer. The Arizona Department of Water Resources reports water depths from approximately 18' to 155' below the surface. TOPOGRAPHICAL FEATURES: The land on the historic Sopori Ranch features a variety of terrains. Some of the highest elevations have sweeping uninterrupted views across the thousands of acres of untouched high desert landscapes. There is a selection of outstanding building sites with the towering Santa Rita, Tumacacori, Cerro Colorado, and Sierrita mountain ranges surrounding the land in all directions. There is also ample land shaded with rich stands of native mesquite trees which provide seclusion and privacy. Striking arroyos, which channel the summer monsoon rains from the surrounding highlands to the Sopori Wash, course throughout the property. These ruggedly beautiful waterways also serve as migratory corridors for the area's diverse wildlife. The ranch borders 2.5 miles of both sides of the Sopori Wash and includes the riparian ownership of mature, old growth groves of huge cottonwood, willow, hackberry, mesquite and walnut trees that line the wash. The Sopori Wash is considered by biologists to be one of the region's prime wildlife corridors. This riparian jewel of the ranch is heavily wooded and is very private. It has a remarkably rich combination of mesquite bosques and massive cottonwoods. Batamote Wash is another riparian area that flows into the Sopori Wash from the north. A ranch with two converging riparian areas is almost unheard of in this state. This creates an incredibly strong aquifer that supports the spectacular vegetation and wildlife. HISTORY: For centuries Spanish conquistadors explored the rich Santa Cruz Valley in search of new lands and trade routes to the west. The history of the ranch includes being home to a farming community of Pima Indians in the late 17th century. Sopori could have been named after the Sobaipuri, a Pima Indian group named by Father Eusebio Francisco Kino in the late 1600's. Or it could have come from the Spanish word sopor, meaning peaceful or drowsy. But it was not until Father Kino, Jesuit missionary, expert cartographer and avid explorer, founded the Tumacácori Mission in 1691 was the area assured its rightful place in history. Tubac, now the oldest European-settled city in Arizona, was soon born as a small farming settlement to support the needs of the mission. Later, in 1752, the Presidio San Ignacio de Tubac was founded to defend the mission and its settlers. Located between Mexico and the vastly unexplored Southwest Tubac was the perfect launching point for explorers like Father Kino and the Presidio's second commander and most famous resident, Juan Bautista de Anza. Drawn to its picturesque locale, de Anza claimed Sopori Ranch as his own during his command at the Presidio. From there he embarked on numerous expeditions including his most historic 1,200-mile trek, founding the Presidio at San Francisco and establishing a strategic trade route from Mexico to the Pacific. But Sopori Ranch, with its gentle climate and untamed beauty, is where de Anza always returned because it was here amid the great climate and towering mountains that his heart considered home. After de Anza, others were attracted to Sopori Ranch over time. Daring miners searched for gold and silver in the nearby hills. Vaqueros rode herd over thousands of head of prize cattle. The legendary Jack Warner, cofounder of Warner Bros. movie studio, and his wife Ann were proud longtime owners of the ranch from the 1950's to 1993. They used it as a tranquil retreat from the pressures of Hollywood. The Croll family purchased the Sopori Ranch in 1993 and successfully ranched it until selling all but approximately 500 acres to First United Realty, a Phoenix based family-owned real estate and development company in 2004. The Croll family still owns and operates a beef business there. First United Realty had a Master Planned Community with thousands of homes, a golf course, a resort hotel, schools, parks, open-spaces and commercial components designed for the ranch. They went through the arduous process of evaluating the area's water supply with the Arizona Department of Water Resources which ensured water availability for a housing development with as many as 8,000 units over 12,500 acres. A Santa Cruz citizens' initiative overturned the County Supervisors ruling for the preliminary zoning in 2008. That was the beginning of the beautiful preservation movement on the Sopori Ranch. In 2009, Pima County, located just west, purchased over 4,100 acres of the Sopori Ranch from First United for preservation through public bonds. The Arizona Land and Water Trust, a nonprofit Trust, purchased their first phase of the Sopori Ranch through a partnership with a private family foundation and First United Realty in 2016. TODAY: The Arizona Land and Water Trust is finalizing the last phases of its preservation of the Sopori Ranch. This preservation will protect the land, vegetation and abundant wildlife from future development. All facets of the Sopori Ranch preservation are incredibly important, but the protection of the local watershed and aquifer may be foremost. Now, you have the opportunity to own this incredibly rare property. The new owner will be required to place a conservation easement on the ranch for further subdividing restrictions and protections of the wildlife riparian corridors and adjoining land. Doing so comes with the potential for substantial tax advantages. Please consult your tax attorney or CPA for details. However, you have the liberty to choose the location, within reason, of a generous 20 acre building envelope on which you can build your home, guest house, bunk house, barn and other ancillary ranch structures. You can drill your own private well and tie into the electricity or go completely off-grid. Imagine the ultimate privacy from your homestead set on this truly magical ranch. There is arguably no setting more beautiful with the seclusion, privacy and protection from neighbors and development, yet with all the modern conveniences of civilization nearby, than the Sopori Ranch. The collaboration among environmentalists, developers and agriculturalists that results in this conservation is a win-win that is extremely rare in the American West. Now it can be your legacy to be part of this vitally important and significant collaboration. The Sopori Ranch has become an oasis where the past, present and the future are graciously blended to be enjoyed in equal measure. The ranch's unsurpassed beauty has been valued by explorers and people of vision throughout the region's history. It captivated their heart and soul. One glance and it will capture yours too - a distinctive place where you can create your own legacy - now and for future generations to come.
$1,250,000  •  630 acres
There are very few ranches in Arizona with such beauty. Located on a county graded dirt road, the ranch boasts a section of ranch land with almost 500 deeded acres of grassland, rolling hills, rock bluffs and seasonal stream in the Foothills of the Winchester Mountains. The headquarters is a very large block home with grand rooms and fireplaces. The home does need a remodel. The asking price is reduced to $1,250,000. Contact Scott Thacker today for a private tour at 520-444-7069.
$799,000  •  590 acres
Discover Your Wilderness Haven: Arizona Land Perfectly Situated Near Prime Hunting Property Location: TBD 590 Acres Unit 16 Sierra Verde, Seligman, Arizona, 86337 Listing Price: $989,000
$2,900,000  •  376.3 acres
The Quiet Hills Ranch is in the Sonoran Desert, approximately 40 miles northwest of the Phoenix Metro Area. This beautiful desert property is comprised of long ridges with desert washes between them, sloping from northeast to southwest. There are numerous cactus species, including saguaro and cholla cactus along with scattered mesquites and palo verde trees. Presently there are no structures on this scenic ranch even though it is very much in the path of development.
$1,995,000  •  350 acres
A fantastic highly developed large deeded offering located only 22 miles from town. This 350 Acre Ranch has 50 acres of Irrigation North of Benson, AZ with extensive housing and facilities. Located behind a locked gate, this substantial horse and cattle property has 3 homes. One owners quality home of Rammed Earth construction, a Guest house and an apartment. Additionally, the property has 8 pastures, irrigated fields, a clinic, horse barn, shop and much more. Did I mention the river and the pond? Pre-qualified buyers please call Scott Thacker today for your private showing at 520-444-7069. The seller is asking $1,995,000.
$890,000  •  240 acres
Under Contract
The 240+/- acre Duke Farm and Ranch is an excellent opportunity to enjoy a family lifestyle ranch at a price that makes sense. Located 20 minutes from the dining and entertainment of Bisbee, AZ. This ranch has 55 acres of pivot irrigation (plus 20 acres flood irrigated) from cost effective shallow water. Large hay storage and wonderful housing. The 3 bedroom 2 bath main house has a great open floor plan, beautiful accents and a sun room. There is also a bunkhouse for extended family or labor. This place has it all and priced affordable to boot. Retire to your dream ranch.
$3,600,000  •  120 acres
Fantastic 120 +/- acre farm with grandfathered irrigation rights, #58-106383.0001 and well. Located in RU-43 Zoning. Access from paved Arlington Canal Road along the northern boundary. It includes a covered hay storage barn, a single family residence, and storage space for equipment. This property includes two parcel #’s 401-39-002C, 401-39-001A. Located 80% in Flood Zone A, 10% Flood X and 10% in proposed Flood way. DISCLOSURE: Broker, Shawn Wood, is related to the owner. Directions: S Arlington School Rd & W Ray Rd Directions: I-10 W to HWY 85 (Oglesby) head S approximately 3.5 miles to Baseline Road. Go W on Baseline rd to S Palo Verde Road, go Sh 2 miles to W Old US HWY 80. Go W to Arlington School Rd and head S to Ray rd
$3,500,000  •  117 acres
Fantastic 117 +/- acre farm with grandfathered irrigation rights, #58-100071.000 and an irrigation well# 55-605129. RU-43 Zoning, means no restrictions on single family residences. Access from paved 331 St Ave and Arlington Canal Road along northern boundary. It includes a single family residence, single wide trailer, hoop house and utility building/storage. This listing includes three parcels: 401-39-004, 401-39-005, & 401-39-006. DISCLOSURE: Broker, Shawn Wood, is related to the owner. Cross Streets: W Ray Rd and 331 St. Ave Directions: I-10 west to HWY 85 (Oglesby) head south approximately 3.5 miles to Baseline Road. Go west on Baseline rd to S Palo Verde Road, go south 2 miles to W Old US HWY 80. Go west to S Arlington School Rd.
$4,500,000  •  108.42 acres
Make your dreams come true at the Ever After Ranch. Located near the Sand Pedro River in southeast Arizona, this peaceful 108+ acre estate boast thoughtfully designed grounds and breathtaking views of two mountain ranges.
$54,000  •  80.8 acres
Property Location: Lot 937 and 934 Woodland Valley Ranch, Saint Johns, Arizona, 85396 Listing Price: $54,000 Here, you’ll find two large parcels in the White Mountains of Northeast Arizona for sale. This location is Off-grid with the primary roads graded once a year. Four-wheel drive or an ATV is recommended as transportation in and out, especially in wet weather. There is a community well or the option to set up to drill one yourself. The north 40± acre tract shares a border with State Trust Land. These parcels have distinct features with both trees and cliffs. The nearby town of St. Johns is your source for groceries, hardware, and medical facilities. It is also the County Seat of Apache County. Parcels may be purchased together, or you can pick your favorite: 934 is priced at $34,000, and 937 is $42,000. Property Features: • 80.76± Acres • Borders with State Trust Land • Altitude of 5,280± ft • Off-Grid United Country | Arizona Country Real Estate • 623-777-9082 • Doreen Letson, Broker
$85,800  •  79.1 acres
Large Acreage In Coconino County Property Location: Lot 392 Westwood Ranch, Williams, Arizona, 86046 Listing Price: $85,500 You’ll love this pristine acreage in the heart of Northern Arizona. The property would be ideal for hunting, camping, recreation, or just a get-a-way from the home. You’ll find no HOA here! You have access from 2 different directions as well as a seasonal waterway and plenty of wildlife in the area. Very seldom does such a large parcel become available in this area, so head on out and make it your own! Property Features: • 79.08± Acres • 6,700± ft Elevation • Seasonal Waterway • Off-Grid • Varied Terrain • Heavily Treed United Country | Arizona Country Real Estate • 623-777-9082 • Doreen Letson, Broker
$34,000  •  40.27 acres
Quiet, peaceful and secluded, this 40.32 acre ranch property situated high atop the Colorado Plateau in scenic east central Arizona is ideal for those wanting a large acreage in a scenic wilderness setting. The property is located in Apache County, AZ near the historic pioneer town of St. Johns. It’s an approximate 25 minute drive along maintained roads from town. The elevation of the land is 6,000’. At this elevation the air is cool and refreshing and surprising comfortable throughout the year. 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 clear sunny 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 is square in design with each boundary measuring approx. 1,320 feet. A rich mantle of evergreen pinon pine and Rock Mountain Junipers blanket the property proving a variety of sheltered building/RV sites throughout the acreage. Evergreens Junipers spread out across the entire property with pockets of open meadows.This is not rocky land. 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 and there are two fresh water distribution locations in St Johns, where purified water can be bought for only a penny a gallon ($10 for each 1,000 gallons.) The privacy of the land is enhanced by its alignment with 640 acres of uninhabited and heavily wooded State Trust land along its entire northern boundary. Road access has been constructed along both the eastern and southern borders of the land enhancing the property’s potential for future lot splits. The county zoning allows residential, recreational, and agricultural uses and camping and RVing is at the owner’s pleasure. $34,000 with $6,800 down $331 per month. Call First United Realty (602) 264-0000 for more information and for an appointment to walk this and other similarly prices acreages in the area.
$1,550,000  •  39.28 acres
Under Contract
Incredibly built and impeccably maintained home and barn on 39 beautiful acres. Bring your horses and you won't want to leave.
$4,350,000  •  38.9 acres
Perched on a ridge overlooking the Gila River Valley is an amazing opportunity. Not only can you live in a luxurious home and setting the land can produce a living for you and your family. This farm just north of I-8 has 20 acres (1,000+ palms) of Medjool Dates and 3 acres of Olive trees. The owners have done the hard part and nurtured the palms and trees to juvenile maturity.
$57,000  •  38.66 acres
Amazing panoramic view with beautiful sunrise and sunset. Dragoon Mountain Ranch is a gated community located in the lush foothills of the Dragoon Mountains, east of St. David in southeastern Arizona. DMR consists of four subdivisions each with it's own HOA (Homeowner's Assosiciation) and a Master HOA which is responsible for nine common areas and three gates.
$550,000  •  38.41 acres
Discover Your Dream Arizona Horse Ranch Property Location: 41081 N Winchester Ridge Drive, Seligman, AZ 86337 Listing Price: $589,000
$49,000  •  38 acres
Beautiful 360 panoramic view of the Dragoon Mtns and Whetstone Mtns.Dragoon Mountain Ranch subdivision is in St David AZ. Dragoon Mountain Ranch is a gated community located in the lush foothills of the Dragoon Mountains, east of St. David in southeastern Arizona. DMR consists of four subdivisions each with it's own HOA (Homeowner's Assosiciation) and a Master HOA which is responsible for nine common areas and three gates.
$675,000  •  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. $675,000. For more information or for a tour appointment to walk this land, please call: JR Price at 928.521.7882
$148,950  •  37.91 acres
Stunning Panoramic view not to mention Arizona's infamous gorgeous sunrise and sunset's. Dragoon Mountain Ranch is a gated community located in the lush foothills of the Dragoon Mountains, east of St. David in southeastern Arizona. DMR consists of four subdivisions each with it's own HOA (Homeowner's Assosiciation) and a Master HOA which is responsible for nine common areas and three gates.
$297,500  •  37.69 acres
Amazing FULLY IMPROVED 37.69 acres of beautiful rolling hills with private well and well house, storage tank, pump, pressure tank, several water lines, septic system, RV site, underground electric with 400 amp service and a private driveway to a leveled house pad with incredible views. Adjacent additional 36 acres and custom house plans also available.
$72,000  •  37.61 acres
Amazing panoramic view, perfect buildable topography. Dragoon Mountain Ranch is a gated community located in the lush foothills of the Dragoon Mountains, east of St. David in southeastern Arizona. DMR consists of four subdivisions each with it's own HOA (Homeowner's Assosiciation) and a Master HOA which is responsible for nine common areas and three gates.
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