Sedona Ranch

Designed to compliment the natural beauty of Sedona, no detail was overlooked when developing Sedona Ranch. The community boasts an understated luxury that celebrates the rustic history of the area. Local stone is repurposed throughout Sedona Ranch and is given a new life as part of the Gathering Lodge, retaining walls, and in landscaping throughout the community. Modern Ranch and Contemporary architecture compliment the history of Sedona with exposed wood beams, front porches, and authentic details that add to the architectural beauty of the community.

Take in the breathtaking Sedona sunsets with friends and neighbors from the authentic Gathering lodge. Start your morning trout fishing at the neighborhood pond or with a nature walk along The Oak Creek. In the afternoon, meet your friends for happy hour at your private Retreat on The Oak Creek, then drive over to Seven Canyons for dinner and dessert at the award-winning clubhouse restaurant. Sedona Ranch on Oak Creek is minutes away from the Red Rock State Park, offering countless recreation opportunities. Owners can enjoy their private retreat while still being close to the shopping, medical care, dining, entertainment, and recreation opportunities that Sedona has to offer.

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History of Sedona Ranch

Sedona Ranch on Oak Creek is located in a historically rich area. In the 1800s the first homesteaders came to Sedona to settle along The Oak Creek, including Henry Schuerman and his wife. While residing in Prescott, Henry was given a piece of land on The Oak Creek to settle a debt. Although his intention was to fix it up and sell it for a profit, he began a successful fruit orchard and vineyard. The Schuermans sold their fruits, wine and grape juice throughout Arizona, especially to the miners in Jerome. Henry created irrigation canals through 72 acres of the property from The Oak Creek to provide water to his crops, which can still be seen flowing through the community. The vineyard was successful until prohibition in the 1900s and may still spot wild grapes growing along The Oak Creek. In the 1940s Sedona Ranch on Oak Creek was part of a larger cattle ranch that stretched across 700 acres.

Today, Sedona Ranch at Oak Creek is rejuvenated with modern ranch and contemporary architecture complimented by open spaces, allowing the breathtaking views to be enjoyed once again.