Hi! I'm Kelly Broaddus. If you are interested in a real estate purchase in the Fort Valley/Baderville area, my staff and I are the perfect fit for you. Based in Flagstaff, AZ, we are committed to giving you the best home-buying experience possible. The listings that you can search through on our website rival those on Zillow or Trulia, and you can sign up to receive notifications about a new property, price change alerts, and more.
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Enjoy magnificent Peaks views off the large front deck, then walk inside to experience a gorgeous Mountain Modern custom home. This home is truly one of a kind. Located on 2.96 acre parcel, this sale includes the adjacent 2.34 acre lot as well. The vaulted tongue and groove ceiling, solid hickory flooring and custom slate hearth and kitchen flooring on the main level all combine to give this open floor plan just the right touches.
This prestigious Fort Valley Ranch Log home on 40 acres with its breathtaking views is the first million-dollar listing that the Kelly Broaddus team listed and sold in Flagstaff, AZ. Valued at over $2M, this property was listed by another agent before Kelly took over. However, after 3 months on the MLS, the home was foreclosed. Kelly was once again tapped to sell this luxury home by the bank. Luxury homes in Flagstaff can stay for over 2 years on the market before it gets sold. Kelly finally found a cash buyer after months of non-stop marketing to serious prospects. See our happy buyer and seller reviews below!
Sister Wive's stars Kody Brown and one of his wives, Robyn Brown purchased land at the end of Rudd Tank on a road called Coyote Pass. The lavish, rustic-style home, built in 2007, boasts views of acres of woodland, a four-car garage, five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a massive kitchen. Daily Mail reported that they closed on their 4,400 sqft home on August 30, 2019.
Fort Valley is a historic suburb of Flagstaff located near Mount Humphries, where the Arizona Snowbowl ski resort is located. An estimated 962 people call it home.
It contains the old Baderville homes, usually located on one acre of land; newer homes farther off the highway, which are usually on larger acreages; and the Wing Mountain Ranch subdivision, which has higher-end homes and, unlike the majority of the homes in Fort Valley, is governed by a homeowner's association.
The homes are served by wells, and some of the wells may need to be supplemented by water delivery.
The settlement's name comes from a fort that was established in 1882 to defend against hostile Apache tribes in the surrounding country. Also called Fort Moroni and Fort Rickerson, the fort—a Mormon cattle stockade—was never actually used for its original purpose.
The primary reason for the settlement's establishment was logging the abundant ponderosa pine trees that grow in the area, which is true for the rest of Flagstaff, as well. Wagon trains migrating from the east would sometimes come upon Flagstaff and settle in the Fort Valley area. Many of the old settlements can still be seen today.
Ranching and logging being the primary activities in the area, the land soon became a victim of overgrazing and other environmental concerns. In 1908 Gustaf Adolf Pearson of the forest service arrived and began to revive the area.
The Fort Valley suburb is located about 7 miles west of Flagstaff along N Fort Valley Road/Highway 180, across the highway from the entrance to the Arizona Snowbowl ski resort.
Spectacular views of the mountains are the norm in Fort Valley, and it is a "feature" of many of the homes there. The most recognized mountain, however, is Mount Humphries, where the Arizona Snowbowl resort is located. N Snowbowl Road, which leads to the resort's entrance, intersects with Hwy 180 in Fort Valley. After turning onto that road it is a mere 6.6 miles to the resort.
Fort Valley residents have easy access to several trails, including forest service trails leading to Wing Mountain.
Southeast on the ~7-mile route to Flagstaff is two museums—the Museum of Northern Arizona and the Pioneer Museum—and the Coconino Center for the Arts, which has a 4,000 square foot gallery featuring diverse exhibitions and a 200-seat theatre offering concerts, performances, films, and other presentations.
Ski Lift Lodge
6355 N Highway 180
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
6355 N Highway 180
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
Many other fine restaurants are located in Flagstaff itself, which is about 7 miles away along Hwy 180/N Fort Valley Rd.
Kelly's knowledge of the market, strong relationship with an out-of-town seller, and responsiveness allowed my wife and I to purchase a home in Flagstaff with a significant number of issues in a very short time frame. Always reachable, Kelly responded to questions and/or requests almost immediately. Before you engage a broker to help you sell or buy a home, please visit with Kelly. She will make you feel like you are her only client. - John Pons
Kelly dedicates attention, knowledge, and detail to her clients. Her innovative marketing strategies brought immediate interest to a recent listing she represented, which resulted in a sale. Kelly meets challenges with solutions and effectively communicates with both Buyers and Sellers. If you're seeking a knowledgeable, results-driven, real estate professional you can feel confident working with, contact Kelly. - John Rozelle
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Do you have a home in Fort Valley/Baderville that you are thinking of selling? Check out how much a buyer would offer for your home with our Instant Home Value Tool. Please contact Kelly for an experienced buyer and seller representation for all Flagstaff properties. You can call me direct at (888) 446-5602. Can't wait to hear from you!