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A fabulous remodeling project for this 5400 sqft Spanish style hacienda in the heart of Sedona. 3.2 acres property with main house and 3 guest casitas, pool, spa, wine cellar, tasting room, wrap around decks and stunning red rock views. The property is sold in AS IS condition and needs remodeling and has excellent bones. The main house features the master suite, living room, family room, kitchen and formal dining with built in bar. The second and third bedroom are in the 2 detached casitas in the inner courtyard. A third casita is the main guest house with kitchen. The home was designed by architect Bob McIntyre who also designed Sedonas famous shopping village Tlaquepaque in the same classic Spanish style. Warmth and elegance are the characteristics of this rare Sedona property in a great hillside location just below the Airport Rd and looking into magnificent panoramic red rock views. A ideal project for a developer, and investor or someone who desires to restore an exclusive and unique estate with lots of privacy and yet in the centre of town. Circular driveway from private cul de sac and plenty of room for additional expansion. Borders Coconino National Forest Service on 2 sides. 2 car garage and 2 car carport and roof top deck. Indoor and outdoor wood burning fireplaces and kivas, ramada, decks, balconies, small courtyards and alleyways, just like a classic Spanish village. Flooring has been removed, except saltillo tiles.
October 23, 2013
October 22, 2013
One of the most recognizable homes in all of Sedona. The star of several TV shows like MTV extreme cribs, worlds most extreme homes and more. Set on over 3.5 acres of land there are 10 domes total. As you walk in there is a theater dome to the right and to the left is a 32 foot tall dome with upstairs office area or ?. Then you walk into the living room with an indoor water feature and the soothing sound of the water as it flows down the rocks, there IS also an out door fountain in the middle,but that is just the beginning you will have the see the rest for yourself. There is also a detached garage and a set up for RV'S. This is your chance to own one of the most famous homes in Sedona.
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October 20, 2013
By Elisa Andreis J.D., Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty.
My clients often ask me where real estate buyers come from when looking to get a pad in Sedona. While the traditional
This new interest came about thanks to the supply of bargain properties in our area as well as the European debt chaos, which prompted buyers to look further afield. These are the same investors who typically would have bought in Italy, Greece, Portugal and Spain, and they see the South West as a safer investment.
Another contributing factor, besides the low prices, has been the historical weakness of the US dollar relative to Canadian and European currencies, attracting investors from all over the world to purchase properties for as little as half what they might have paid five years ago.
The sprawling desert state of Arizona may seem like a surprising choice for a holiday home 7000 miles away from home, yet while touring the South West during the summer holidays, Italians, French, Britons, Germans and now Russians fall in love with our unique landscape, the small town feel and the healthy lifestyle that make Sedona such a special destination.
We have also seen an increase in the number of Canadians buying in the Sedona area over the past two years.
The area has allowed Sedona to become popular as a second-home destination for snowbirds who enjoy golfing or hiking away from the frigid Canadian winters.
With a thriving, yet limited number of residents from all over the world already living here, Sedona is soon becoming a true international destination, as more and more foreign visitors get seduced by the many charms of our beautiful town and make Sedona their home. www.SedonaFineHome.com