Red Rock Loop Area (Sedona, AZ)
By Sheri Sperry - MCNE®, (928) 274-7355 ~ YOUR Solutions REALTOR®
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
Camp Verde, AZ - Montezuma's Castle got its name from early settlers in the area.  They thought that this was built by Montezuma (the Aztec mythical hero).  In fact, it was built by the Sinagua between 1100 to 1350 A.D. By 1425 A.D., the Sinagua were gone.  They were hunters and farmers.  Modern theory is they left because the natural resources became depleted.  Verde Valley residents normally think of Montezuma's Castle when cliff dwelling is mentioned. Throwback ThursdayI decided to go to my Stats page and sort posts by the number of views.  I was surprised to see the post below garner 11,182 views.  I decided to do some "Throwback Thursday" posts from years ago.  I chose this as my first one to feature. This particular post was written August 30, 2020. I updated the contents of the p...
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By Laura Cerrano, Certified Feng Shui Expert, Speaker & Researcher
(Feng Shui Manhattan Long Island)
I am currently in California, providing Feng Shui consultations for clientele in the region. During the Columbus Day weekend, I made a stop over in Sedona, Arizona. The last time I visited this part of the country was back in 2013. Sedona Red Rocks is one one of my favorite places on Earth. Besides being engulfed in the amazing energy field, with each visit it offers an opportunity to give thanks to the origins of how this company came to be.In 1996, the birth of an idea called, 'Feng Shui Long Island' was created by Carole Provenzale during a visit to the Red Rocks in Sedona, AZ. In 1997, that vision became a reality and in 2000, 'Feng Shui Manhattan' was established as the daughter company. Today, these two companies have merged to become one with Feng Shui Manhattan being pulled to t...
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By Sheri Sperry - MCNE®, (928) 274-7355 ~ YOUR Solutions REALTOR®
(Coldwell Banker Realty)
Sedona AZ 86336Lover's Knoll During MonsoonUpper Red Rock Loop RdViews of Courthouse Butte and Cathedral Rock  Explore Sedona and Verde ValleyEverything you need to know including Restaurants, Lodging, Weather, Stats, Community Sites, Activities and Events 
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By Tom Arstingstall, General Contractor, Dry Rot, Water Damage Sacramento, El Dorado County - (916) 765-5366, General Contractor, Dry Rot and Water Damage
(Dry Rot and Water Damage Mobile - 916-765-5366)
   Today was a long day of hiking for my wife and I, what a great opportunity to see some great sites. Though the Sedona, AZ is dry and on the hot side, today we hiked along a creek for part of the day. The creek provides water for some full size tree growth, shade, and cooler temperatures. It was a blessing to hear the roaring water flow after getting off the big rocks.     On Thursday, we will be heading for that big hole in the ground up north - the Grand Canyon. There we will see the true power of water over time.   Better get some rest!
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By Cat Gunderson
(Russ Lyon Sotheby's International Realty)
Red Rock Loop, Sedona AZ If there's anywhere in beautiful Sedona that you're likely to run out of film, it will probably be when you're driving the Red Rock Loop, just west of town. The road is the one you'll take if you want to see the most photographed landmark in all Sedona - Cathedral Rock. Red Rock Loop Road, for the most part, is paved but there is still a section that is gravel. It can be easily navigated by most any car. There are some breathtaking homes scattered in and around Red Rock Loop. Here are a few that are available now:   Aerie Cathedral Vista Cross Creek Ranch Michaels Ranch RR Cross Estates Sunset Hills Click here to create your own customized search.   The next step - finding the right real estate agent - is easy. You're about to experience the power of excellence....
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By Phil DePasquale
(Sedona Elite Properties Management, Inc.)
The owners of Bella Terra (BySnergy), a controversial "green" residential development in Sedona have asked the bank to postpone the foreclosure in order to allow them to work on a suitable plan.  Bella Terra was planned to be sold at Auction last Friday, April 18th.  The Auction has been rescheduled for May 2nd.  According to the Notice of Trustee Sale, the original balance on the note was $13M.  According to County Records BySnergy (Bella Terra) bought the property for $4.7M in 2002.Bysnergy has endured nany delays in its construction and fights with local environmrntalists.  The permit had allowed the subdivision to operate a wastewater treatment plant near Oak Creek
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By Marcia Caldwell
(Hague Partners Real Estate Services)
skip to main | skip to sidebar Love Vacation Homes  Monday, October 15, 2007Love Vacation Homes  For the greater part of the last decade, I have been passionate about all aspects of vacation homes, beginning with seeking out villas, cabins and condos privately owned for family getaways. The decision to purchase a true cabin in one of the most scenic, possibly sacred, definitely sought-after place to visit on the planet began a now nearly comprehensive educations and loves I share with a whole lot of you. My husband and I saw this "rustic" cabin, built in 1960 and used by the family who built it until we bought it on our first showing in July 1998. We have enjoyed owning, renovating and renting it, and dealt with numerous frustrations along the way. Meanwhile, I have marketed and sold ev...
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