Owner is selling a 5.71-acre tract of land located in heart of Sedona, Arizona. This property represents a unique opportunity for a buyer to own one of the last large, undeveloped residential tracts of land in the Red Rock Country of Sedona, which in 2003 was named "The Most Beautiful Place in America" by USA Today. The property commands breathtaking views of the surrounding red rock buttes and canyons from multiple elevated building sites accessed from a private roadway with all city utilities available at the property boundary.

This property is ideally suited for a selective buyer looking to build in Sedona but who wants it all - the ability to live in town with ready access to its art galleries, cultural centers and shopping districts, while still enjoying the un-blockable views and privacy otherwise only available in Sedona's outlying areas.

The property is currently a metes and bounds tract zoned for residential use. The future owner will retain the option, either short or long term, to subdivide the property into as many as eight lots with City approval, or to split it into three parcels with a simple filing in the county records. All engineering, surveys, studies, and other work related to potential subdivision into eight lots has been completed by SEC, Inc. of Sedona and is included in the purchase.

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Eastern view across property and surrounding area

Property Location

The property in question is situated in the heart of Sedona on Brewer Road, within easy walking distance of Oak Creek and the related shopping, dining and recreational areas. The property is bordered to the west by National Forest and by Les Springs, a high-end residential subdivision, to the north by a prominent, undeveloped ridge feature, and to the east by Brewer Road. Topographically, the property is situated on an elevated, eastern-facing slope, providing protection from afternoon heat, and magnificent views of the Mogollon Rim, a mammoth limestone, mudstone and sandstone feature, which constitutes the southwestern boundary of the vast Colorado Plateau.