May 14, 2017
Dyck Ranch near Sedona, now reduced to $4,500,000
The Dyck Ranch- A spectacular creek front ranch in central Arizona. This is the quintessential Western ranch and artist retreat- with a year around 1.5 miles of Wet Beaver creek running thru it, very rare in Arizona. It is at 3500ft elevation, with a 2525 sqft limestone home built in 1959 by renowned Western artist Paul Dyck, and completely remodeled in 2010. The home has a large art studio, 18ft ceiling and tall windows. Kitchen, 2 bed/1 bath and a loft for office. The topography is varied with an extensive riparian habitat, gently sloping hillsides, rocky outcrops and pastures. There are 22 acres of irrigated pasture producing alfalfa and grass hay. Water rights and wells. This hidden retreat is immersed between the Coconino NFS and Montezuma Castle National Monument. 314+/- acres, 100 miles from Phoenix and 21 to Sedona.
-Owned by Paul Dyck for over 68 years and still owned by the Paul Dyck Foundation
- One of largest privately held properties in the area
- Ranch is home to its own Angus cattle
- Other property uses such as, equine facility, camp retreat, or winery.