Executive Summary Parcels: 300-20-0003L, N and P Property: Ranch Land 40.64 Acres Square Feet Land 1,770,278 sq. ft. Square Feet Structures 6,789 sq. ft. Total Gross Acres 40.64 Acres Commercial/Residential Buildings: Main House: Built in 1986 2200 sq. ft. (2 Bedroom/2.5 Bath/Office) Winery : Built in 2010, 1500 sq. ft. (Tasting Room, (2) ½ Bath/ Garage Monet: Built in 2000, 461 sq. ft. (1 bedroom/¾ bath/ loft) Adobe: Built in 1995, 600 sq. ft. (1 bedroom/¾ bath) Ranch House: Built in 1978, 1500 sq. ft. (2 bedrooms/¾ bath) Granite Rose: Built in 1995 528 sq. ft. (1 bedroom/ 1 bath) Hay Barn: Built in 1976, four stall horse barn with RV parking (not included in square footage) Zoning allows for the development of one more residence and rental cottage. Price: $1,750,000.00 Per Square Foot (Land) $1.00 Per Square Foot (Structures) $257.77 Per Acre $ 43,061.00 Total Price $ 1,750,000.00 Terms Cash, CNV To arrange your personal showing for your prequalified buyer, contact: Denise Satterlee, Realtor® 928.710.2094 firstname.lastname@example.org or Abbie Roses, Realtor® 928.713.8850 email@example.com
Location The property is located 12 miles from Prescott, Arizona, in the town of Skull Valley at 10080v Tough Country Trail. Access is from Iron Springs Road to Contreras Road then right on Tonto to entry. Prescott, the Yavapai County seat, is about 25 minutes west of the winery and ranch. Downtown Phoenix, the State capital, is about 110 miles south via Highway 69 to Interstate 17. Description An extraordinary piece of western history with multiple income streams, Juniper Well Ranch lies in Tonto Flats, a sub-irrigated area with abundant ground water which feeds the ancient juniper, cottonwood, black walnut, pine, blackjack, gamble oak and manzanita trees. At an elevation of just under 5,000 feet, the Ranch is bordered by National Forest Service land and the BurlingtonSanta Fe Railroad. The historic rock well house, from which the ranch gets its name, was built at the turn of the 20th century by an Arizona state senator. The ancient alligator bark juniper tree next to it welcomes visitors as they drive through the gate. Prolific western author Frank Bonham and his wife Gloria bought the ranch in 1980 where the UCLA grad continued to write and publish 50 novels and a TV script from his hilltop log home until his death in 1988. The lavish cowboy paintings used on his paperback book covers have been adapted for use as wine labels for the Ranch’s exciting new Tough Country Winery. Frank’s son David moved to the property in 1981 and began boarding horses from the original ranch house and barn on the property. In 1990, David built the first of two log cabins to be used for guests, thus launching his career as an innkeeper. In 1993, he built the Adobe cabin from adobe bricks he made on site. The Ranch’s beautiful, secluded location has charmed thousands of guests over the years, many of whom return year after year to enjoy the Bonham hospitality and tranquility of the location. Vineyard and Winery The Ranch has planted over two acres of high-altitude vineyards including the Spanish Tempranillo, Cabernet Sauvignon, Petite Syrah, Pino Grigio, Sauvignon Blanc and Malbec. The charming Tough Country Winery pours 2009 Merlot, Tempranillo, Red Belly Red, 2008 Syrah, Grenache and Gewurztraminer from the neighboring Painted Lady Ranch for numerous visitors to the region. A wine club offers monthly events including back country tours, live music, art shows, bocce ball, wine-making classes and custom crush.
Group Events and Weddings The Ranch’s natural setting is ideal for family reunions, corporate retreats and country weddings both large and small that take place under the natural canopy of thousand year-old junipers. Guests enjoy the property’s patios, ponds, gardens, barbecues and fire pits as well as chuck wagon barbecues, mule-driven wagon rides, story-telling around the campfire, horseshoe tournaments, nature walks, and feeding the horses and farm animals. Log Cabin Rentals Four fully stocked, uniquely decorated cabins are steadily leased for the weekend, week or season. (The new owner could use them for private family use.) The air is always clear and the views are breathtaking, with summer breezes and crisp, sunny winters. Cabins feature queen-size beds, fully-equipped kitchens, dining areas and day beds. The full baths are done in tile, antiques, and natural materials. La Tienda Gift Shop Guests enjoy purchasing arts and crafts from the Ranch’s seasonal artists. It also converts into an al fresco bar for large events. Horse Boarding The Ranch offers horse boarding by the month or day. Guests who stay in the Ranch’s cabins bring their horses to enjoy the beauty of the area right along with them. Equine facilities include shelters, shade, water tank, corrals up to one acre, trailer parking, hundreds of miles of trails including National Forest accessible from the property, large tack room, enclosed riding area, wash areas and restrooms. Main House The 2,100 square foot personal residence of the Ranch owners is a Boyne Falls log home built in 1982 with a rambling porch along the front, a wheelchair accessible rear deck and large upper terrace with commanding views of the surrounding ranch and forest lands. The home is sited to take advantage of prevailing breezes and views from every double-pane window, and has a great room with vaulted log ceilings and Quadrafire enamel wood stove, two master suites (gas stove in the upper, an electric fireplace in the lower), an office, Brazilian oak and Saltillo tile flooring throughout, granite and quartz countertops, and a two year-old Coreten metal roof. The chef ’s kitchen features custom knotty alder cabinetry, a Wolf microwave, convection and warming oven, a Subzero fridge with knotty alder panel and two freezer drawers below, and two extra knotty alder fridge drawers. The 2½ baths were recently remodeled and feature a claw-foot tub with burnished bronze fixtures, an oversized tile shower and copper sinks. _____________________________________________________________________________ For more information, photos, virtual tours and video footage of this rare property, please visit www.juniperwellranch.com.