How to Buy Sedona AZ Horse Property

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Real Estate Agent with Realty Executives Northern Arizona

Sedona is the land of Red Rock beauty.  It's also a great place for hiking, biking and trail riding.  It offers horse enthusiasts spectacular scenery and miles and miles of riding trails.

You do have the option of boarding your horse at a local facility, we do, but many want to live with their horses on the property. So what do you need to consider when looking at Sedona horse property?

  • Make sure horses are allowed!  Your real estate agent can give you the preliminary information but check with the county/city/HOA.
  • Does it have suitable hay storage?
  • Does it have the necessary fencing?
  • Does it have the necessary tack room, turnout and stalls or will you need to build them?
  • Is their water and power to the areas you need it? Is it feasible to bring it in if needed?
  • Is the ground suitable?
  • Can you store your horse trailer on the property?
  • A rule of thumb is basically two horses per acre

You'll find plenty of people to ride with in the area.  We've attended events outside the area as well that are a short distance to trailer too that open up your riding areas.  Sedona is the red rock high desert and in Flagstaff you'll find the Alpine zone with pine forests and mountains.

Here's a link to Sedona horse properties

You may want to consider areas just outside of Sedona as well for horse properties.

The two horse above are our Annie (Quarterhorse) and Flyer (National Show Horse).  Call us if you have any questions about Sedona horse property or ranches at 928-451-6098 or visit our websites at www.susanandtroy.com and www.realsedonahomes.com.

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