Rocking Double B Ranch's 27.71 acres has an abundance of live water and when paired with its privacy and countless intricacies it unquestionably puts this exclusive offering at the top of anybody's list. Spanish explorers thought that the mountainous areas of central Arizona did not have water but were surprised when they discovered the Sinaguan people that thrived along the banks of the perennial creeks and rivers of the Verde Valley. The Rocking Double B Ranch has 1,000 feet of live water frontage on perennially flowing Wet Beaver Creek. The creek is the source for two irrigation ditches which also flow through the ranch and feed a 1+ acre lake and another pond. The ranch has been thoughtfully designed to have water features throughout an
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