Sedona, Arizona Homes For Sale

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About Sedona, AZ

Beautiful Sedona was named USA Weekend's number one in their article The 10 Most Beautiful Places in America. Once one of the most popular Hollywood filming areas, it is now one of the top choices for vacationers, summer homes, and retirees.

Video by the Sedona Chamber of Commerce and Tourism Bureau.

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68 Tanager Lane
Sedona, AZ 86336

Find your home away from home with this Sedona Condo for sale at Morning Sun. Conveniently located in West Sedona near everything you want and need, this end unit backs to a wash and large open area for exceptional privacy. Peekaboo red rock views from the covered deck... Read More

68 Tanager Lane, Sedona, AZ 86336


Sedona sits along the county line between Coconino and Yavapai counties. The city is about 48 minutes from Flagstaff and a little under 2 hours from Phoenix.

There is more to a location than numbers and distances, however, and location is where Sedona really shines. Named number one in USA Today's Weekend article on the most beautiful places in America, its multi-hued stone formations create a visual setting like no other, changing hourly with the light. Stone formation types include pinnacles, spires, buttes and domes.

Just watch the video near the top of this page to see what we mean. You can also go to to see more.

Landmarks & Attractions

One of Sedona's main attractions is its land (there's a reason nearly 100 movies have been filmed here). The town is surrounded by 1.8 million acres of national forest land. As such, there are plenty of trails to hike and bike, as well as off-road vehicle tracks to put your 4x4 to the test.

Other high points include:

  • Native American sacred land.
  • Alleged spiritual vortex energy centers.
  • 40+ art galleries
  • Dozens of spa services.
  • 3 city parks, with combined amenities including: trails, picnic ramadas, athletic fields, playgrounds, dog park, skate park & future bike skills park, splash park, tennis courts, and a museum.

Four Golf Clubs

Helicopter Air Tours

Hot Air Balloon Rides

Ground Tours

Wineries & Wine Tasting

There is so much to do and see here that it would be tedious to list them all here. We'll leave that to Visit Sedona, a great website maintained by the city's chamber of commerce.


Sedona Native American rock art.Around 650 A.D., the Sinagua people entered the Verde Valley. Their culture is known for its art such as pottery, basketry and their masonry. They left rock art, pueblos, and cliff dwellings such as Montezuma Castle, Honanki, Palatki and Tuzigoot, especially in the later period of their presence. The Sinagua abandoned the Verde Valley about 1400 A.D. Researchers believe the Sinagua and other clans moved to the Hopi mesas in Arizona and the Zuni and other pueblos in New Mexico.

The Yavapai came from the west when the Sinagua were still there in the Verde Valley around 1300 A.D. They were nomadic hunter-gatherers. Some archaeologists place the Apache arrival in the Verde Valley around 1450 A.D. Many Apache groups were nomadic or seminomadic and traveled over large areas.

The Yavapai and Apache tribes were forcibly removed from the Verde Valley in 1876, to the San Carlos Indian Reservation, 180 miles (290 km) southeast. About 1,500 people were marched, in midwinter, to San Carlos. Several hundred lost their lives. The survivors were interned for 25 years. About 200 Yavapai and Apache people returned to the Verde Valley in 1900 and have since intermingled as a single political entity although culturally distinct residing in the Yavapai-Apache Nation.

The first Anglo settler, John J. Thompson, moved to Oak Creek Canyon in 1876. The early settlers were farmers and ranchers. Oak Creek Canyon was well known for its peach and apple orchards. In 1902, when the Sedona post office was established, there were 55 residents. In the mid-1950s, the first telephone directory listed 155 names. Some parts of the Sedona area were not electrified until the 1960s.

Sedona began to develop as a tourist destination, vacation-home and retirement center in the 1950s. Most of the development seen today was constructed in the 1980s and 1990s. As of 2007, there are no large tracts of undeveloped land remaining.

Sedona played host to more than sixty Hollywood productions from the first years of movies into the 1970s. The small town, which served as a kind of microcosm of Hollywood history, sits about 120 miles north of Phoenix, nestled between thousand-foot-high walls of stone in lushly forested Oak Creek Canyon and the wide open space of the Verde Valley, and it was the diversity of this unspoiled landscape that made it such an ideal location to shoot outdoor scenes. Stretching as far back as 1923, Sedona’s signature red rocks were a fixture in major Hollywood productions—including enduring favorites such as Johnny Guitar, Angel and the Badman, Desert Fury, Blood on the Moon, and 3:10 to Yuma—but typically were identified to audiences as the terrain of Texas, California, Nevada, and even Canada–US border territory.


Sedona has a temperate semi-arid climate. In January, the average high temperature is 57 °F (14 °C) with a low of 31 °F (-1 °C). In July, the average high temperature is 97 °F (34 °C) with a low of 64 °F (17 °C). Annual precipitation is just over 19 inches (480 mm).


There are way too many to list here, but some of the ones that stand out to us are:

Blazin’ M Ranch Western Dinner Theater
1875 Mabery Ranch Rd
Cottonwood AZ, 86326 (Cottonwood is a 30-min drive from Sedona)

Cress on Oak Creek
301 L'Auberge Ln
Sedona AZ, 86336

Enchantment Resort Restaurants
525 Boynton Canyon Rd
Sedona AZ, 86336

Sedona Secret Garden Cafe
336 State Route 179
Sedona AZ, 86336

Dahl & Di Luca Ristorante Italiano
2321 W State Route 89A
Sedona AZ, 86336

Juniper Bar & Grill
35 Ridge Trail Dr
Sedona AZ, 86351

Cucina Rustica
7000 State Route 179
Sedona AZ, 86351


The shopping experience is varied and fairly comprehensive. You shouldn't have to leave Sedona to do your major shopping activities such as grocery and clothing. Of course, if it's unique and artistic that you are looking for, you might want to drive to Sedona if you live elsewhere.

Click here for more details and to look at the shops and shopping centers.


Some of the places that stand our are:

Oak Creek Brewery & Grill
336 State Route 179
Sedona AZ, 86336

Open Range Grill & Tavern
320 N State Route 89A
Sedona AZ, 86336

Oak Creek Brewing Company
2050 Yavapai Dr
Sedona AZ, 86336

Olde Sedona Bar & Grill
1405 W State Route 89A
Sedona AZ, 86336


Sedona has several schools:


Though Sedona does have its own airport, the closest commercial airport is in Flagstaff, AZ 48 minutes away. There are plenty of shuttle and coach services available.

Click the Walk Score below to see information on how well you can get around on foot in Sedona.

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360 Staggs Loop Drive
Sedona, AZ 86336

Your quintessential summer get-away in Sedona's famous Oak Creek Canyon! This darling cottage is located in a small & private subdivision of 15 homes, nestled against the South end of Slide Rock State Park. Read More

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