Check Out the Beauty Surrounding Houses for Sale in Payson

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In the very middle of the Grand Canyon State there exists a 7,000 foot-high, 200 mile long escarpment known as the Mogollon Rim.  And right in the shadow of these stunning mountains sits a quaint little town surrounded by an abundance of forest, beauty, and wonder.  Here you’ll be able to find plenty of Houses for Sale in Payson from the Mazatzal Mountain Ranges all the way to the Sierra Ancha.

Your gorgeous home will have scenic mountain views, the company of elegant, giant ponderosa pines which dot the low hills and add to the splendor of the area, and the majesty of the forests that cover the mountain slopes and higher elevations.

Payson sits along one of only three pure ozone belts around the world, and this is a fact that the locals are often heard stating proudly.  There are also plenty of rivers in the surrounding canyons, which provide for plenty of outdoor fun.

The climate is mild, so you can enjoy outdoor activities year round, and there is plenty to explore since the Tonto National Forest is such a major attraction for locals and tourists alike.  This is a place for fishing enthusiasts, hikers, mountain bikers, people who love horseback riding, and anyone who simply loves nature and all its magnificent gifts.

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Rainmaker
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Leslie Prest, Prest Realty, Sales and Rentals in Payson, AZ - Payson, AZ
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I hate to tell you, but we DO NOT have "giant saguaros dotting the low hills" in Payson. Have you ever BEEN to Payson?

Mar 27, 2010 05:29 AM #1
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Leslie--You are absolutely right! I was thinking of the PINE TREES and I guess my fingers got ahead of my brain. I primarily work the Valley, so I have cacti on the brain. Thanks for pointing it out; I've edited it. I still feel pretty silly, though... :)

Apr 02, 2010 09:40 AM #2
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