This Sedona ranch was built in 1994 by Jim Offield, great-grandson of William Wrigley, founder of the chewing gum company. In 2003, Offield sold the property to Ingrid Hills and her husband, Reuben, the grandson of the founder of another major American company Hills Bros. Coffee.
The 173-acre El Rojo Grande Ranch is a well-known private equestrian facility ten minutes outside of Sedona, Arizona, surrounded on one side by the state’s famous red rocks and partially by National Forest. Beautifully surrounded by nature, the ranch is conveniently located just minutes away from fine retail, dining, business and entertainment establishments.
Improvements consist of a 6,700-square-foot, Southwestern-style main residence, a 1,350-square-foot guest casita, and a 1,575-square-foot caretaker’s home. Within the residential compound area is a lap pool and spa, gym facility, terraces and outdoor living spaces for entertaining. Equestrian facilities include a box-stall barn, corral barn, working barn, three arenas, hay barn and two corrals. There is also a park with two grass areas, picnic tables, bandstand and stone fireplace that will accommodate up to 600 for special events. The flexibility of the layout of the property affords other possibilities for its use from a private family ranch to a fully developed equestrian community.
El Rojo Grande Ranch, with connections to legendary American businesses, is priced at $15.2 million.
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