This is one of the most sought after locations in Flagstaff, AZ. Right around the corner from Flagstaff Medical Center’s growing complex and just around the hill from Downtown Flagstaff. You can’t get more “centrally-located” than this special spot. And the spot has mature Ponderosa Pines and great landscaping with a drip system.
Inside, you’ll find that the four-bedroom home has been completely remodeled, with no expense spared. Granite tops in kitchen and master bath. Super new flooring throughout. Three full baths and a two-car garage. Storage everywhere you turn!
Great room on main level and large recreation room downstairs both open onto decks from which you can admire Flagstaff’s famous mountains. Master suite is on the main level.
Stop by 784 N. Canyon Terrace on Saturday, meet Linda Kiehne of RE/MAX Peak Properties, and view this great home.
Get downtown early to claim a spot at the curb! The 19th Annual 4th of July Parade steps off on Saturday morning at 9:00 a.m. With over 100 entries including floats, marching bands, civic groups, clubs, classic cars and fire trucks, the parade has become a hallmark summer event in Flagstaff. The parade begins at Beaver and Elm, heading south on Beaver, east on Aspen and north on San Francisco.
On Friday, Saturday and Sunday, the holiday weekend means Flagstaff Art in the Park at Wheeler Park, downtown. It’s the 9th Annual Show on the 4th of July weekend. “Food vendors, regional entertainers, and quality arts and crafts booths will combine to make this year’s festival a memorable celebration in the heart of Flagstaff beneath the cool pines!” Friday and Saturday, 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Sunday, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. It’s free!
A 4th of July tradition since the 1930s, the Museum of Northern Arizona hosts theHopi Festival on Saturday and Sunday. See the fine work of more than 60 artists including jewelry, katsinas, pottery, paintings, woodworking baskets, textiles and more. Enjoy traditional music, artist demos, dancing, food and more. 9:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. each day. $12 adults, $8 seniors (65+), students (w/ ID), American Indians (10+), and youths (10-17). Children 10 and under free.
Head back downtown on Friday evening for Flagstaff’s monthly street party — the First Friday ArtWalk. Galleries and businesses are open from 6:00 – 9:00 p.m. with new exhibitions, performances, live music and more. Downtown hot spots stay open late as the celebration continues.
Trundle on up to the Flagstaff Community Playhouse at 11 E. Cherry on Friday night for Great American Songbook & Salute to America Concert: 6:30-8 p.m. Pianist Charly Spining and vocalist Lynn Timmons Edwards will present a free outdoor concert on the patio. Come enjoy jazz and pop standards, favorite Broadway tunes and patriotic music.
Start Independence Day earlier with two race opportunities:
Fourth of July Downtown Mile: 6:45 a.m. Heritage Square. Prior to the annual Fourth of July parade, four waves of runners cover one mile on a portion of the parade route. A free half-mile kids’ race is also an event highlight. Awards given for overall and age group top finishers, best patriotic costumes, as well as a raffle. 774-2990. $35 in advance; $40 day of.
7th Annual Flagstaff Four on the Fourth: Four-mile race along the Flagstaff Urban Trail, from the Historic Flagstaff Flagpole on Thorpe Road to Cheshire Park and back, with head starts by age and gender. Walkers welcome. Registration opens 6 a.m.; first wave of runners goes off at 7 a.m. Free, but with suggested donation of canned food to the Food Bank. Awards ceremony at 8 a.m.
If it’s fireworks you want, head east on I-40 to Twin Arrows Casino for The Largest Fireworks Display in Northern Arizona, on Saturday night, July 4th! Free, at 9:00 p.m. Just 15 minutes east of Flagstaff. Live music starts at 8:00 p.m.
Also, The Oakmont hosts Fireworks: Lights on the Lawn with family events all afternoon long, including 4500 square feet of arts, crafts and games, plus a 150-foot water Slip n’ Slide. Live music from Buckit and the Mother Road Trio. Event is from 3-11pm. Fireworks begin between 8:30 – 9:30 pm. VIP tickets to the Lights on the Lawn event are $75 and feature select parking and a VIP-only catered party.
This week’s Movie on the Square at Heritage Square is “McFarland.” Sponsored by the Flagstaff Downtown Business Alliance, a family movie is shown at dusk on the town square every Saturday evening through the summer. Entertainment begins at 5:00 p.m. Get down there early to stake out a spot for a blanket or lawn chairs!
Also on Saturday evening, Roger Clyne & the Peacemakers take the stage at the Pepsi Amphitheater at Fort Tuthill – a rock band from Tempe. The music is known to cross genres with songs showing an Adult Alternative Rock/Pop/Americana/Reggae/Mariachi influence. Special guest Cracker. $30 General admission, 8:00 p.m.
Babbitt Ford Lincoln hosts a Classic Car Show on Sunday, 10:00 a.m., with a free BBQ (11:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m., 11 N. Verde St.) Free!
The next concert in the Arboretum at Flagstaff Summer Concert Series is Sunday evening, featuring Banditos. The Banditos’s self-titled debut album appropriates elements of ’60s blues-fused acid rock, jangly boogie, garage punk. From backwoods bluegrass, to slinky nods to Muscle Shoals soul and unexpected bits of doo-wop sweetness, the Banditos recall many, but sound like no one but themselves. 5:30 p.m. Guests are encouraged to bring a picnic dinner. Tickets are $14 for members of The Arboretum and Flagstaff Arts Council; $18 for non-members; and $9 for kids 6-16. To avoid an online purchasing fee, please call The Coconino Center for the Arts at (928) 779-2300.
After all that holiday fun, do you want to live in Flagstaff? Learn about living in Flagstaff at our Flagstaff homes website.
I love my in-floor radiant heat and this home provides it for you. There’s nothing more comfortable or more efficient!
Admire the beauty and strength of the steel framing with exposed ceiling, the concrete flooring, countertops, and fabulous finishes on the tub and showers. This is a 3-bedroom, 2-bath, 1,854 sq. ft. home on 2.23 acres. Views of the San Francisco Peaks and Sunset Crater. A short drive to the Flagstaff Mall, grocery shopping, golf and Downtown Flagstaff. Of course, easy access to the beauties of the Coconino National Forest — in particular, Lockett Meadow and the Inner Basin.
1713 E Mountain View Avenue Flagstaff, AZ. | MLS# 162442
We had multiple offers in the first 24 hours of listing this Flagstaff home, which is now under contract and on its way to new ownership for one happy buyer. When you see a beauty like this Flagstaff home listed, it’s already too late to start hiring a Realtor® and getting your ducks in a row with a lender.
Beautiful, move-in ready home, sitting on 2.25 acres just a few miles from Flagstaff — paved roads all the way. Water from the Doney Park Water Company’s deep wells — turn on your spigot and receive a bill (it’s just like City Water – no hassle). All utilities, including standard septic. A short drive to grocery shopping, the Flagstaff Mall and golf (one of my favorite golfers lives in the neighborhood). Of course, hiking and trail riding galore through the Coconino National Forest. The night sky is fabulous!
This single-level home boasts a great floor plan for family and guests. There are four generously-sized bedrooms and three bathrooms. Two separate living rooms and a great kitchen with ample counter space. This home has only had one set of owners and they have taken great care of it.
Don’t miss this opportunity to own a three bedroom, two bath home in Flagstaff for under two hundred thousand dollars! Located in the park-like neighborhood called Railroad Springs, this home also features a two-car garage and a large backyard with deck.
If you’re from the Phoenix area, this is the perfect spot to cool off during the summer months. On the west side of Flagstaff, the home is easily accessible from I-17 and I-40 and it’s near westside restaurants, shopping, and entertainment. A short drive (or bus ride) to downtown Flagstaff and even closer to the Northern Arizona University campus.
Break into the first-time Flagstaff homeowner market with this gem, or downsize to low-maintenance convenience.
We’ve just listed a stunning home in Swiss Manor. Pictured here is the foyer and staircase as seen from the living area. Behind the bookcases is a formal dining area. Also downstairs, this home boasts another living area adjacent to the large kitchen — that one with vaulted ceilings and a rock-surrounded fireplace. You’ll also find a bonus work or hobby room.
The master suite and other bedrooms are on the second floor. You won’t find a better master bedroom than this. It has room for everything and offers wonderful views of Mormon Mountain. Plus a completely remodeled bathroom, air-conditioning, and a private balcony. Overall, the home is 3 bedrooms with 2.5 baths and a generous 2254 square feet.
The backyard of this home, and the large deck, have amazing views of Mount Elden. The deck is made of low-maintenance, durable, composite material. Both the back and front yards have been landscaped with plants and trees that enhance the natural Northern Arizona environment. There is a separately fenced dog run.
This home has room for everyone and is located in a very sought after centrally located neighborhood with access to some of the best hiking and biking trails in Flagstaff. Don’t miss your chance to see it as it won’t last long!
Shortly after I posted this advertisement on November 22, an offer came in and we’re now working through the escrow process!
This listing offers a great opportunity to own a three bedroom, two bath Flagstaff home in a central location. Near shopping, schools and Flagstaff Medical Center. Mountain Line bus service is right down the street. Forest trails are just a few blocks away and open space is even closer– right up the street!
The home has a brand-new roof, the electrical system has been brought to current code, there is central air-conditioning, new flooring (including carpet and vinyl) and fresh interior paint. (New photos will be coming to the MLS listing in about a week.)
The yard is partially fenced. The floor plan offers more than you’d expect: You’ll have one garage AND a small workshop behind the parking area in the garage. There is a family room (or den) in addition to the traditional living room.
This home is a must see for those who want to be on Flagstaff’s busy and popular West Side! Boasting one of the best lots in Railroad Springs, this 2003 home has plenty of room for everyone: Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, AND two living areas make the 1840 square foot total interior space very useful.
Each living room has its own fireplace and the kitchen is loaded with cabinets and counter space. The home sits on a quiet cul-de-sac in this tree-filled subdivision and backs a greenbelt running through the neighborhood, so the lot feels even bigger than it is. The neighborhood park is right out the backyard! This home has been greatly cared for and is move-in ready.
You’ll bask in the natural beauty of Flagstaff from both inside and outside this fabulous Flagstaff townhome. The home itself is a true contemporary masterpiece with upgrades galore. Plus, the central location puts you minutes from downtown Flagstaff, golf, hiking trails, the Flagstaff Mall, Flagstaff Medical Center, and Northern Arizona University.
Premium porcelain rectified tile cover the entire first level and the upstairs master bedroom, providing elegance and flair. The fully upgraded kitchen features granite countertops and excellent appliances. You’ll love the beautifully landscaped backyard with its custom patio. The townhome was built on one the developer’s premium lots and provides views of the natural common area. Perfect for entertaining, inside and out!
More great features: Central air with dual zones, custom surround-sound system, upgrades to lighting/fan fixtures, and window coverings. Escape at any time upstairs to the beauty and charm of the loft area and master bedroom. EnSuite bath and soaking tub with upgraded granite counters and tiled-to-ceiling shower will make you never want to leave this luxury retreat.
This Flagstaff home was built in 2014 and will convey with the remaining builder’s warranty. The current owners are very excited for you to enjoy all their hard work and artistic design. Call The Elite Team at RE/MAX Peak Properties for your private tour!
During August, the median price of Flagstaff homes reached the highest point since March. This is largely due to a more than 50% increase in sales over $500,000 combined with a healthy increase in homes sold in the $400,000-$500,000. As always, the median is simply the mid-point of the total number of homes sold.
In August, 89 single-family Flagstaff homes were sold — a healthy, but not fantastic, volume, which is up 5.3% from the previous August. The median sale price for those Flagstaff homes was $335,892, which is up 4.1% from the August 2013 median price. Here is the breakdown of sales and inventory by price range:
Inventory of Flagstaff homes for sale is up a whopping 20.7% from the beginning of September one-year ago, reflecting the desire of homeowners who have been waiting for an improved real estate market to cash-in the home equity they have been holding on to. It also reflects the business judgment of home builders that it’s ok to put their wares on the Flagstaff market.
NOTE: THE DATA REPORTED HERE ARE BASED ON HOME SALES IN THE FLAGSTAFF METRO AREA (THE CITY OF FLAGSTAFF AND IMMEDIATELY SURROUNDING COUNTY AREAS THAT HAVE FLAGSTAFF MAILING ADDRESSES) AS REPORTED IN THE MULTIPLE-LISTING-SERVICE MAINTAINED BY THE NORTHERN ARIZONA ASSOCIATION OF REALTORS.® THE DATA MAY NOT REFLECT ALL SALES (BUT IT SURELY REFLECTS MOST OF THEM).
This Flagstaff home sits in a cul-de-sac that’s off the beaten track and has mature trees. The three bedroom, 2.5 bath home is nearly 1900 square feet. It has a first-floor master suite and an upstairs loft with a view into Ponderosa pines. The second and third bedrooms are upstairs, connected by a “Jack & Jill” bathroom with two-sink vanity. The large loft is perfect for a home office or hobby/studio use.
Nice, level lot with huge backyard that is fully fenced. The large decks (both upstairs and downstairs) have durable composite floor boards. Beautiful dark tile in kitchen and foyer is accentuated by the new carpet recently installed. You’ll find a conveniently located powder room adjacent to the foyer and behind the kitchen is an ample laundry room with extra cabinets.
Don’t let this opportunity pass you by! Check out the virtual tour.
When you are ready to buy a Flagstaff home, you’ll want to tailor your search to your specifications (and we can help with that). We know you’d like to catch some new developments in Flagstaff home listings, so here is this week’s inside scoop:
First floor master bedroom plus three more!
This four bedroom beauty in Ponderosa Trails actually first came on the market in late June and was immediately snapped up by an eager second-home buyer. Two weeks later — without even doing a home inspection — they decided it was too much for them. Wow! Well, here’s a great opportunity for a Flagstaff home for you. Check out thevirtual tour or see more details of this featured Flagstaff home listing on our website.
Same Neighborhood — New Carpet Throughout!
This beauty also has a first floor master bedroom. Great, flat backyard is fully fenced with a large deck adjacent to the main living area and another one off the upstairs loft. This Flagstaff home was off the market for a few days this week while new carpet was installed throughout the home, which has just been thoroughly cleaned and is ready for a big week of showings! Check out the virtual tourof this Flagstaff home and see all the details and more pictures on our Flagstaff real estate website.
New Flagstaff Listing — Just 15 Hours on the Market
This one is brand new on the Flagstaff homes market: Three bedroom, single-level home on .83 acre, backing open land with nearby access to National Forest Service. You’ll love it at just $270,000. It’s in great shape. Virtual tour will be coming later today. Meanwhile, see details and an amazing array of photographs here.
It’s going to be a beautiful weekend in Flagstaff. We’ll have perfect weather for looking at homes. Give us a call at 928-714-0001, or start by visiting our Flagstaff real estate website to learn how we can represent you in fulfilling your desire to live in Flagstaff.
Views of Mt. Elden and the Coconino National Forest from this lovely Flagstaff Country Club area townhome. Nearby trail access into Coconino National Forest, minutes from two Flagstaff golf courses. Swimming, tennis, pickleball and more available nearby!
This townhome is immaculate and offers a separation for guests in a downstairs suite. Furnishings are available by separate agreement — so all you’ll have to do when you buy this Flagstaff home is unlock the door!