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Sedona’s largest privately owned property sells for $14.75M


PHOENIX — Sedona’s largest privately owned property is off the market, having sold for $14.75 million.

The sale is a combination of two listings on the same property, according to a press release, with the main estate of the property that sits on 82 acres and an additional 91 acres being purchased by the same buyer.

The southwestern estate on El Rojo Grande Ranch, just over a mile away from Sedona, measures 6,700 square feet in size and has walls of glass that provide views of the town.

There are also 1,300-square-foot and 1,600-square-foot casitas, brining the property’s totals to five bedrooms and nine bathrooms.

Other amenities on the property include a gym, amphitheater, multiple terraces, a lap pool and a spa as well as equestrian facilities with multiple barns, a tack room, locker rooms, 3 arenas, a veterinary clinic, stables and a cantina bar.

There is a private 2.5-acre park that is bordered by Sedona’s iconic refined red rock and features covered picnic tables, a bandstand, stone fire pit, barbecue area and bathroom facilities.

The property had been on the market since 2006, but not due to lack of interest.

Seller Ingrid Hills received multiple offers from developers but declined all of them because she wanted to preserve the natural beauty of the land and Sedona, according to the release.

Originally built for the iconic Wrigley family, the property was later sold to the Hills family of Hills Bros. Coffee.

“I am so proud that we were able to procure the perfect sale where the seller, the buyer, and the community of Sedona and the surrounding areas are happy and appreciative,” Ed Pennington of Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Reality said in the release.

“The seller did the right thing by refusing to sell to developers while waiting for the perfect buyer to come along.”

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