Buying a home? 10-acre estate in Sedona on the market for $12.5 million
PHOENIX — If you are in the market for a new home, we have some good news for you.
Vista Rossa, a 10-acre estate in Sedona, is up for sale — for the cool price of $12.5 million.
According to a press release, the home is cradled in the red rock mountains of the Coconino National Forest and features “sweeping views and a private, resort-like setting.”
“The scale of this 15,000 square-foot, seven-bedroom and 14-bath home was designed to match the grandeur of the red rocks it borders,” it read.
The home itself was designed by the Sedona-based Morris Fine Homebuilding, which planned the design specifically for its elevated location and national forest border, which offers residents the ultimate privacy.
Even before you step foot in the home, you feel like you’re basking in luxury. The estate begins with a fourth-mile gated and tree-lined entry to its valet-style courtyard, complete with five garages.
The home itself is perfect for entertaining. With its open floor plan and panaoramic views, residents won’t be able to get their guests out fast enough.
The two-story great room leads into the kitchen, which features two large islands, commercial grade appliances and an extra-large butler’s pantry for catering and preparation.
And when you need to kick up your feet, the 1,000 square-foot master suite is the perfect space for that — before escaping into the master bathroom, which is fit for a resort.
If you get tired of lounging inside or watching the big game on the indoor theater — complete with sound sync rumble chairs — the grounds themselves feature a lagoon style pool, grotto, slide and cabana.
A grand garage, a 4,000-square-foot space, also can be used as an indoor sport court.
The home itself is just two miles from Sedona’s vibrant arts and wellness community, a five-minute drive from the city’s airport and helipad, about a two hour drive to both Phoenix and the Grand Canyon and a 45 minute ride to Flagstaff.
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