Merrill Crater Ranches

Serving Flagstaff

9 Walking Cane Road
Flagstaff, AZ 86004

Main (520) 323-0884

Year Established: 2007

More about Merrill Crater Ranches

Comprised of a 2200 acre ranch, Merrill Crater Ranch provides a once-in-a-lifetime chance to live on a rare and beautiful piece of land.

This 2200 acre ranch offers near-to-town seclusion
Remarkable opportunity for investment, privacy with peace and quiet, only 30 minutes from Flagstaff's amenities and services
This ranch is bordered by Coconino National Forest Service and/or State of Arizona lands - offering access to thousands of acres of public lands for walking, horseback riding and mountain biking
Electric and water service is available underground or through the lot.
Plenty of trees, the ranch is comprised of hardy juniper forest
Views, views, views! Magnificent sunrises and sunsets over the San Francisco Peaks, various cinder cones and craters and the Painted Desert! Arizona's "Big Sky" country.
Archaeological history abounds, taking one back thousands of years
Wildlife at your backdoor include elk, antelope, deer, eagles, hawks and owls
Great investment with potential for conservation easement
Reasonable covenants are designed to preserve the peace and tranquility, and your investment

Merrill Crater Ranch represents an opportunity to own a large, stunning parcel of land in Northern Arizona with underground water and electric, in a protected community close to the amenities of Flagstaff. With caretakers living on-site and a gated main entrance, comfortable privacy is assured.

The ranch is substantially treed and has spectacular views. The dramatic horizon of massive cinder cones and volcanic craters puts one in touch with the Earth's history in this region, and the many signs of prehistory remind us of the civilizations that have passed through this land before us.

The San Francisco Peaks, the highest mountains in Arizona, inspire the western view, and are visible from most of the ranch. The sculpted, massive form of Merrill Crater, elevations 6,595 feet, rises above the ranch like an enormous whale on a green juniper sea. To the north, a rolling series of rounded craters carry the eye out to the Painted Desert, where the Little Colorado River meanders across the Navajo and Hopi lands toward Grand Canyon National Park.

This is Arizona's "Big Sky" country, with awe-inspiring views of mountains and craters. You can hear the coyotes sing at daybreak or watch a herd of antelope graze across the valley.

There are great juniper forests and grassland meadows, with underground water and electric. This ranch is a prime piece, with Coconino National Forest and/or State trust land bordering it, providing excellent privacy and easy access to many miles of recreational opportunity.

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