The ranch lies in the Northwestern portion of Black Canyon City, an unincorporated community of approximately 4,000 residents approximately 30 miles north of Phoenix, Arizona. Primary access is via Interstate 17, which extends southerly to Phoenix and northerly to Flagstaff, Arizona, with two (2) interchanges providing access to the community
Main Ranch House: Two story residence built in 1968. The house has 3,569 sf, central heat and air conditioning, and an attached carport. The owner did an entire remodel of the ranch house in 2016. The house has a new HVAC system throughout. The bedrooms and the kitchen have new cabinets, counter tops, and flooring, and the kitchen was done over with all new stainless appliances. The windows have been completely replaced with top grade replacements. The house repainted inside and out.
Canyon House: A single story 1,544 sf building located at the entrance to the ranch. This structure can serve as a residence or a ranch office, or combination of both. It is worthy to note that the owner has done an extensive remodel of this structure in 2012. The original house was built in 1973. The owner had the interior completely gutted down to the studs and rehabbed the entire home. All new Sears Kenmore appliances were installed in the kitchen (range, refrigerator, dish washer). two complete baths with tile showers, new sinks and toilets top off the restoration.
Barns: There are five (5) one story barns with approximately fifty (50) horse stalls. The barns were constructed between 1998 and the present.
Corrals & Arenas: The ranch has two arenas, a round pen, and a number of corrals. The corrals have heavy steel pipe fencing, and watering systems.
Water: The ranch consists of six (6) irrigation wells and a residential well with storage and a pressure tank. The ranch's water rights are held by this owner and are registered with the Arizona Water Rights Commission.
Other: Of note are other equine related improvements that include tack rooms, hay sheds, a hot walker, and much more.
The property has more than 3400 Cacti growing on the mountainside on the west side of the ranch.
The property consists of an abundance of sand, gravel, fill dirt, and associated recourses. Black Canyon Creek originates miles north at the confluence of the Poland and Turkey Creeks at Cleator, Arizona; farther south it receives Bumblebee Creek from the east. The creek runs the total length of the eastern boundary of the property and eventually empties into the Agua Fria River.
Extreme runoffs occur during the rainy season bringing large amounts of sand, gravel, precious minerals, and other ancient resources for which the canyon region is famous. These washes act as a replenishing agent for more and better materials.
Within the same confines of the aggregate material the owner has discovered significant quantities of iron elements.Within the same confines of the aggregate material the owner has discovered significant quantities of iron elements.The Black Canyon Creek runs along the eastern boundary of the property and contains an abundance of natural resources such as sand, gravel, magnetite, silica, and portions of other elements of significance.
Directions: Take the Exit 224 on Interstate 17 just north of Black canyon City. Go west to Old Black Canyon Highway and continue South to the entrance at 33200. Follow Deep Canyon Trail road to the ranch.
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