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Timothy’s Landscaping Timothy’s repeat customers love the passion and imagination he brings to his work. He is stimulated by the challenges of every new project.
Timothy Loresch’s company is “Timothy’s Landscaping.” But it is so much more than landscaping. Painting, interior and exterior, is one of his many specialties. He is also an expert in relocation moves, specializing in packing and crating. Large and unusual items including pianos will always arrive safely. Tim has attended three colleges including Cochise College. He continues to love learning and his reading consists of research into subjects of interest.
Tim was once a Boy Scout and supports the organization through charitable donations. He has also done pro bono work for those in need. He has created a trusted name in the community because of his consistent prompt, reliable and thorough service. His longevity and reputation has made him an outstanding member of the Sierra Vista business community.
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Joe $395,762 • 8859 S Arab Cir, Lot 70• MLS 169644 Zaky 3 bed/2bath, 3 car garage, 2345sqft home in the gated Wild Horse/ (520) 234-6470 Three Canyons community. Custom kitchen with 42’’ cherry cabinets,
soft close doors and drawers, pot drawers, pull out trash can, subway tile backsplash, granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances. 10’ drive gate, plumbing for soft water, BBQ gas stub, freezer outlet and plumbing for tub sink in garage. email@example.com
Angelina $175,000 • 1680 Andrea Drive • MLS 170260 Pequeño Beautifully remodeled kitchen, extensive (520) 439-3917 upgrades, granite countertops, custom cabinets,
SS appliances. Formal living room, family room, fireplace. Metal roof, AC unit, brick exterior, mature landscaped backyard. 3BR/2BA/2carport. See photos www.angelinap.longrealty.com/170260
Debra $244,900 • 3306 Peregrine Dr • MLS 171480 Nystrom Beautiful home! Large 3BR, 2BA and upgraded (520) 266-1249 throughout! Split plan with large family room.
Quartz counters in kitchen w/lots of cabinet space, all new appliances. Master suite has new countertop, sinks, light fixtures and tiled shower. firstname.lastname@example.org
Katherine $298,000 • 2916 Cardinal Drive • MLS 171528 Zellerbach Country living right in town, with gorgeous (520) 678-0283 mountain views! 4 bedrooms and 3 full bathrooms,
including remodeled master bath. Spacious kitchen, family room, enclosed AZ room. Pool has new solar panels. Bonus room with full bath. email@example.com
SOLD Joe $206,968 • 2072 Kaleigh Ct, Lot 32 • MLS 171465 Zaky New Construction 3BR/2BA, 2-car garage, 1200 sqft. home in a great 520-234-6470 central location! 36’’ maple cabinets w/hardware, quartz counters,
Bobbi & Stephanie $ • 610 Temple Dr • MLS Leidenheimer 4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms. A large living room that leads to the (520) 439-2779 spacious family room. Kitchen is updated with large island for
stainless steel appliances, bay window. Master suite w/custom walk-in shower, dual sinks, & walk-in closet. Upgraded tile & carpet. Energy Star Certified & Environments for Living Guarantee. firstname.lastname@example.org
entertaining. Breakfast/dining area nook with great views. Rooms are spacious with great size closets and up-to-date bathrooms. The back yard has an oversized patio. Great for entertaining or just enjoying the private yard. BobbiL@longrealty.com
Sherry $240,000 • 5033 Barranca Arbolada • MLS 171364 Ethell Unobstructed mountain views. Beautiful, (520) 439-2772 spacious home in a popular neighborhood
with a pool. Open floor plan with tile flooring in living areas and carpet in bedrooms. Entire interior newly painted. Move in ready! email@example.com
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Candice $69,000 • Lot 66, E. Saddlehorn Circle • MLS 171350 Bushnell-White Gorgeous lot in the Kings Ranch subdivision. (520) 266-4754 Over 1 acre. This is one of the highest elevated
lots. PAVED roads and HIGH speed internet. Agent Related to Seller. CandiceBW@longrealty.com
Barbara $125,900 • 11 School Drive • MLS 170770 Pursell Remodeled, great location! 1768 sqft. 3BR, 2BA all red (520) 266-0214 brick home on corner lot. Beautiful backyard w/shed
and RV gate. Lots of cabinet kitchen storage. Large great room w/eat in kitchen, dining room, family room, extra large laundry room. Close to the elementary school. firstname.lastname@example.org
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Barbara $249,900 • 185 Balfour Place • MLS 171478 Pursell HEATED in-ground pool welcomes you home every (520) 266-0214 night! 3BR, 2BA, and 1648 sq ft living space, stainless
appliances, beautiful granite countertops, island kitchen, split floor plan. Separated shower/garden tub in MBR, large laundry room, 2 car attached garage. Easy front/ back yard maintenance. email@example.com
Bobbi & Stephanie $228,000 • 5344 Highland Shadows Dr • MLS 170564 Leidenheimer Impeccably maintained 3BR, 2BA, office and 2 car garage! (520) 439-2779 Beautifully remodeled interior, large kitchen, newer stainless steel
appliances and more. MBR has large walk in closet, MBA has dual sinks, garden tub, and separate shower. Back patio has covered/ uncovered area to relax and look at the beautiful mountain range. Easy care yard & dog run. BobbiL@longrealty.com
Katherine $112,000 • 513 S 3rd Street • MLS 171376 Zellerbach 3BD/2BA townhouse features a nice gated entrance with a lovely (520) 678-0283 garden area. The kitchen has a breakfast bar and a buffet with a lot
of storage. The living room / dining area is spacious with a fireplace. There are two additional rooms that can be used as a second kitchen and living space. The backyard has a shed and is blocked in for privacy. The home has been well maintained. firstname.lastname@example.org
Sherry $445,000 • 6595 S Moson Rd., Hereford • MLS 170396 Ethell Absolutely spectacular 3168 sqft. home. Extra wide (520) 439-2772 4’ hallways, 4BR (including 2 master suites), huge
bonus room, and 3BA. Amazing kitchen with island. Huge 4 acre lot with beautiful views of the Huachuca Mountains. Minutes from Sierra Vista and Ft. Huachuca! email@example.com
SOLD Rick $470,000 • 7947 E Chippewa Street • MLS 170744 Shelley Custom Ranch Home with Guest House, Pool, (520) 508-4015 Barn/Workshop, on 12 acres. Beautiful views,
raised garden, metal roofs, many extras. RShelley@LongRealty.com
Candice Bushnell-White (520) 266-4754
634 Avenida Escuela Centrally located 3 bedroom home. Large backyard, 2 car garage, Interior painting and kitchen repairs are coming. Put your touches into this quaint starter home. CandiceBW@longrealty.com
Katherine $430,000 • 1974 N San Marcos De Niza Dr • MLS 169849 Zellerbach LOVELY IN-GROUND POOL! Custom Sante Fe Home on 1.6 520-678-0283 AC. Covered back patio w/mountain views. Solid hickory
cabinets, built-in bookshelves in living room with Beehive fireplace. Spacious Master Suite. 3.5 Car garage, Mr. Shed w/electrical power. firstname.lastname@example.org
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When it’s hot outside, heat can seep into your home and make it unbearable. However, there are sustainable, eco-friendly solutions to maximize comfort and cooling when the thermometer creeps upward without racking up an outrageous electric bill or large carbon footprint. While some options for keeping your home cool involve an upfront investment, over time they’ll save money, and the environment, for years to come. If you’re looking for ways to cool your home during even the hottest days, consider these ideas from the experts at Mitsubishi Electric Cooling & Heating.
Adjust Ceiling Fans
Installing ceiling fans in your home can help keep temperatures moderate and cut down on your cooling bill. For best results, those ceiling fans should be adjusted seasonally. During warm weather months, fans should rotate counterclockwise at a higher speed to push air downward instead of up toward the ceiling, which can lead to a more comfortable temperature in your home.
Upgrade Your Air Conditioner
If your home’s climate control is lacking, it may be time to invest in a new HVAC system - particularly if your current one is more than 15 years old. An energy-efficient option like Mitsubishi Electric’s sleek and modern MLZ One-Way Ceiling Cassette is designed for easy installation and saves energy by monitoring room conditions to make automatic adjustments to maintain the temperature you choose. To improve your indoor air quality, the MLZ uses reusable air filters, which are
easy to remove, wash and reinstall. In Dry mode, the unit makes the air feel fresher by removing excess moisture. Additionally, these ceiling cassettes can be programmed to operate around your life using a remote control, smartphone or tablet. Whether gone for the day or on an extended vacation, you can monitor your system from an app, ensuring you won’t return to a home that’s blazing hot.
Reduce Incoming Sunlight During the Day Direct sunlight coming into your home through windows, doors or skylights can increase the temperature. To help reduce unwanted heat as the sun rises higher during the day, consider closing your blinds or installing light-colored blinds that reflect rather than absorb the sun’s heat. Other options such as blackout curtains or reflective window panels can have the same effect, helping reduce warmth trapped inside. If closing all your blinds or covering every window isn’t an option or makes you feel claustrophobic, focus on any south- or west-facing rooms in your home, as these are typically the trickiest to keep cool during the warmest hours of the day - usually from late morning until early evening. Exterior window shades and awnings can also be useful options if you’re looking to reduce the amount of heat that enters your home, but still want to take advantage of the natural light.
Change Your Light Bulbs
Si nc e w a r m e r we at h e r a l s o equates to more sunshine, turning off the incandescent lights in your house when possible can cut down
on extra heat and save on your energy bill. Though the soft yellow glow of incandescent light bulbs can create a nice ambiance, it also gives off a lot of heat. Swapping out those old light bulbs for more efficient, LED bulbs can cut down on the amount of heat your light fixtures emit. If you can’t replace them, minimizing their usage - particularly when having a light on in a room is unnecessary can make a difference.
Strategically Plant Trees and Shrubs Planting trees or shrubs near sunlight-facing windows can make a big difference when it comes to the temperature inside your home by shielding the sun’s rays. While planting trees strategically around your home is more of a long-term plan, the benefits can also last for many years to come in terms of shade, added curb appeal and overall betterment of the earth. Start by focusing on west-facing walls, where the sun is typically the strongest. Choosing trees native to your area can decrease maintenance, and those that bloom in spring and drop leaves in the fall Where benefits by providoffer year-round ing both shade and heat Every Home & in accor-
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dance with the season. Vines and other tall shrubs are options for quicker results, but they may also require more long-term maintenance.
Reduce Appliance Usage
To help minimize running appliances and equipment that generate a lot of heat, like stoves and ovens, choose to cook outdoors or opt for quicker meals you can prepare using the microwave, which doesn’t heat the house to the same extent. While grilling and eating outside more frequently may require an awning or gazebo to stay cooler, it can beat the alternative of warming up your oven, and ultimately your home, for an extended period of time. Reducing your usage of other heatproducing appliances such as computers, dishwashers, clothes dryers, curling irons and hair dryers can also help keep interior temperatures comfortable and energy use low. Try using these appliances earlier in the day to minimize the extra load placed on your air conditioner. Keeping cool during warm weather months doesn’t have to be complicated. Take advantage of these measures to reduce your home’s heat load and energy bill. Find more tips for cooling your home at mitsubishicomfort.com.
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Jocelyn $299,999 • 3920 S Moson Rd • MLS 170278 Lawley Home on 4.5 acres, oversized 3CG and separate workshop. Foyer/sitting (520) 266-2568 room, formal dining area, kitchen w/stainless steel appliances, breakfast
bars on both ends. Plus, breakfast nook or eat-in area, an office area, and a combo powder/laundry...split plan home with 2 Master Suites, both w/ comfort height Corian counters, one w/dual sinks and jetted tub...plus an extra guest bedroom w/guest bath. JTLawley@longrealty.com
$379,900 • 2700 Provenza Absolutely stunning, upgraded to the max 2/2/3 with bonus rooms and more...on the 14th Green of PDS Golf Course with incredible mountain views... offered at only $379,900 JTLawley@longrealty.com
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Jocelyn $144,900 • 322 S. Meadowood Ln • MLS 170063 Lawley ONE Owner home in this 55+ RESORT Community. (520) 266-2568 Pristine property with 2BR/2BA and BONUS room.
GREAT room style living, kitchen w/breakfast bar, eat-in area/dining and storage. Fully enclosed covered patio w/Pergola and built-in gas BBQ. Beautiful Resort amenities. JTLawley@longrealty.com
SOLD Jocelyn $359,900 • 2865 Coral Brooke Ct. Lawley Gorgeous home with beautiful elevations in desirable (520) 266-2568 Winterhaven with 3BR, 3BA, 3 car garage. 2 Master Suites on
either side of the home, a grandiose entry/foyer, additional den, family room, dining room, and living room, full length AZ room, and spa with pergola. On a 1/3 acre with stupendous mountain and golf course views views. JTLawley@longrealty.com
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Jocelyn $279,900 • 5890 E Silverthorne Court, Hereford • MLS 169996 Lawley Beautiful property on 1 acre, in a cul-de sac for extra privacy...Built (520) 266-2568 w/2x6 construction and many upgrades...comfort height Corian
counters, Anderson windows/doors, beautiful tile, gas log fireplace, jetted tub, extended outdoor patio...this home is a 3 bedroom/2 bath split-plan home w/an extra room for your office/study/den/exercise room or a 4th bedroom, if need be!!! JTLawley@longrealty.com
Jocelyn $139,900 • 516 Meadows Dr • MLS 171453 Lawley Great 1,500 SqFt. home in The Meadows on a (520) 266-2568 corner lot with 3 bedrooms/2 baths and a 2 car
carport. Close to everything to include new PARK around the corner just 2 blocks away. JTLawley@longrealty.com
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Define Your Own Design
can also be an attractive option. If you're painting the seat, it's a good idea to add a protective coat after the paint design is dry to reduce wear. Another option: paint a piece such as a buffet or armoire a solid color in a standout shade then use white or another soft color to create patterns on the door or drawer panels.
Consider accent pieces
Paint embellishment doesn't have to be limited to hard surfaces; textiles can also benefit from a bold paint makeover. Accent pieces like pillows, lamp shades or rugs are easy places to add colorful designs on a small scale that can easily be swapped out if and when you're ready for a new look. Be sure to use paint suitable for fabric. Before diving into the full project, it's a good idea to test a small spot to determine how the material will react to the paint. Some fabrics will soak up or bleed the paint, and while this effect has an artistic merit of its own, you'll want to have a sense of the finished look to ensure you can achieve the design you want. Find more home improvement inspiration and resources at ScotchBrand.com/PaintersTape.
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In cities across the country, vibrantly hued murals are often created to bring color and life to buildings, community gathering places and more. The bold energy of large-scale murals, like one created by mural artist Matt W. Moore with the help of Scotch Painter's Tape, reflects a growing trend toward a more adventurous design. It's a style that you can easily adapt and make your own with existing decor elements that are already in your home. Explore these ideas to help spark creativity for your next project.
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Make a statement
There was a time when it was considered daring to paint one wall in a room a different color. However, these days, statement walls are replacing the more subtle accent wall. A wall filled with geometric shapes or a colorful pattern is an eye-catching enhancement that can be added to just about any space. Generally, the wall you use
should be the natural focal point of the room. Be conscious of architectural details that may distract from the design. Doors and fixtures like fireplaces can be incorporated or worked around, but windows are usually too disruptive, so it's best to avoid if at all possible. Although the idea is to create a stand-out feature, keep colors in line with the rest of the room to maintain a sense of cohesiveness. Similarly, avoid overcrowding the room with furnishings and intricate wall art that will take the attention away from your statement wall.
Refinishing old furniture is an affordable way to outfit a newly designed room. For an on-trend look, invite some visual interest with patterns. You might choose a single color stripe to contrast a lighter or darker hue, or create a pattern using shapes like circles or diamonds. Tables are especially well-suited for creative painting, but don't limit yourself. Wooden seating
Before starting any paint project, set yourself up for success by gathering all the tools you'll need: Brushes or rollers: The tool you use to apply paint will have a significant impact on the finished look, so investing in quality brushes or rollers can make a noticeable difference. Roller tray: If your project calls for a roller brush then a tray is necessary to allow for even distribution of paint across the roller and more even application. Consider investing in inexpensive
tray liners that can be thrown away when the job is complete to help make cleanup easier. Painter's tape: While every job is unique, they all start the same way - preparation. Before starting any painting project, it's important that you're choosing the right tape for your job, so you end up with a better result. For more sensitive projects like geometric shapes and stripes, consider an option like Scotch Delicate Surface Painter's Tape that seals out paint while delivering sharp lines and a clean removal. This tape is ideal on surfaces that require a little extra care, such as wood floors, wallpaper, cabinets, painted drywall and freshly painted walls. Painter's plastic: Protect large surrounding areas like the floor and furnishings with plastic coverings to prevent unwanted paint drippings. You can also find products that dispense painter's tape and plastic at the same time, allowing for quicker, easier application than applying each product individually.
Pro Taping Tips
* Make sure the surface is clean, dry and dust-free so the tape sticks properly. * Apply tape directly on the surface, pressing down as you go without stretching the tape. * Press down firmly with a smooth edge, like a putty knife or credit card, to secure the tape. * Let the tape set for about 30-60 minutes before painting. * Wait until the paint is dry to the touch before removing the tape. * Use a putty knife or razor blade to score along the edge of the tape to help prevent cracking along the paint line. * Lift tape slowly by pulling it back on itself then removing at a 45-degree angle.
This Summer: Relax and Recycle
Protect: Just like you protect yoursel f with sunscreen, it’s important to protect the terminals (ends) of batteries. You can either tape the battery terminals with non-conductive electrical, duct or clear packing tape or individually bag batteries in plastic bags (not grocery store bags). Stay cool: W hile being shady is not usual ly a good thing, it is for bat-
tery recycling! Keep those batteries in a cool, dry place and aim to recycle them within six months. Drop: Battery recycling is easy and convenient, as 86 percent of the U.S. population lives within 10 miles of a Call2Recycle drop-off location. The organization, which offers the country’s leading consumer battery recycling and stewardship program, recently marked its 25th anniversary. Visit their anniversary
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$134,900 • 651 S Clubhouse Lane
Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2 bath home with a split floorplan with over 1600 sq. ft! One of the largest floorplans available in Vista View Resort, a 55+ active adult, gated community. Kitchen has upgraded stainless steel kitchen appliances, Corian countertops, maple cabinetry and opens to the dining room and living room. 8ft glass sliding doors opens up to a cozy covered patio and lets in a lot of natural light. Two separate garages are convenient for extra storage, craft/workout room, or workshop, etc. Vista View Resort offers a pool, spa, fitness center, dog park, walking trail, card house and a clubhouse with activities. Enjoy resort living in Sierra Vista’s year around mild climate. Resort fee is $440.71/month and includes property tax. Home is on leased land. MLS#170241
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$254,500 • 4835 S Apache Ave.
3bd, 2ba, 2,050 sqft home on 1.32 AC. Bright floor plan. Spacious formal living and dining room. Family room w/cozy wood burning fireplace. Functional kitchen with a newer double oven and a breakfast nook. Large MBR. Wonderful Arizona Room. Tons of storage. Easy care front yard landscaping & fruit trees and a garden area in back. Large 750 sqft. workshop/ MANCAVE. This home is amazing! MLS#171055
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$235,000 • 1977 Valley Sage Street
Immaculate 3 Bedroom, 2 Bath Home, with 2 Car Garage, Central A/C, Upgraded Appliances, Breakfast Bar, Large Master Bedroom has wood laminate floors including Two Walk-In Closets, Fenced Yard with Covered Patio and artificial grass. This one is a steal!!! MLS#169714
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Beautifully REMODELED 4BR, 2BA, 1,850 sf home on 2.17 AC. Wonderful great room floor plan, large CULINARY kitchen with lots of counter space and storage. Huge MBR w/ patio doors to the backyard, MBA features a fabulous walk in shower plus a GINORMOUS full length walk through closet. Spacious guest rooms and a 4th bedroom/Den. Paved circular driveway, and a park like backyard with storage/workshop area. RV hookup and parking. Beautiful Mountain Views!
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2561 Montaro Drive • $357,500
This home is at a quick commute to city amenities. Just under half acre lot is professionally landscaped. Block fence encloses the large backyard w/basketball slab and jungle gym and offers privacy while lounging on the extended covered patio. Large open concept floor plan, high ceilings, abundance of light, and inviting kitchen. MLS#170342
Marisa Pigozzo • (520) 456-4123
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Wonderfully maintained 2 bedroom, 2 bath home with 2 car garage in Sierra Springs! Enjoy community pool and spa and front yard maintenance as part of the HOA amenities! This home has an open floorplan with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances in the kitchen, a/c, split floorplan, custom stained concrete flooring, easy care landscaping all in the heart of Sierra Vista. Call today! MLS#171449
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page to learn more about their battery recycling journey and impact, at call2recycle.org/25years and find a nearby drop-off site to get started at call2recycle.org/locator. So, whi le you’re enjoyi ng a l l things summer, be sure to add easy environmental acts to your list, like picking up litter on the beach, responsibly extinguishing campsite fires and recycling your batteries. These simple acts can make a big difference!
Summertime means family outings, vacations and spending time outdoors. A mid all the fun, it’s important to be conscious of your environmental impact. One small way you can be a force for positive change is by properly disposing of old rechargeable batteries once they no longer power devices. You probably don’t know it, but battery recycling touches more areas of your life (and vacation) than you realize. Did you know that the materials taken from rechargeable batteries in popular travel items like hand-held fans, lanterns and other electronic gear are used to create new everyday products? When batteries are recycled, valuable metals are recovered and used in the manu facturing of new products like golf clubs and stainless-steel appliances. The best part? Battery recycling is easy and can help protect people and property. This is particularly true of lithium ion batteries, which p ower l aptop s, c el lphone s a nd other personal electronic devices -- many of which accompany summer travels. When these batteries no longer power devices, they can retain up to an 80 percent residual charge, making it critical to properly handle, manage and recycle them to avoid a safety incident. Not sure how to recycle batteries? Here’s a quick how-to guide:
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Invite the Outdoors In FAMILY FEATURES
Despite the comfort and convenience it affords, modern society is contributing to a vanishing relationship with the natural environment. However, there are plenty of ways to bring nature indoors to reap the benefits of an earthy connection inside your home. According to a survey commissioned by the Velux Group, a gap is growing between the time Americans spend outdoors and the time they'd like to spend in nature. In the United States, 63% of survey participants said they average one hour or less a week in nature, but 88% agreed they would like to spend more time. In addition, the majority of respondents said they believe nature, daylight and fresh air have a positive impact on stress levels, and most also agreed those factors have a positive impact on mental well-being. "Exposure to nature such as trees, plants and views of open spaces has been found to improve the cognitive ability to focus and read social cues," said Arie Greenleaf, associate professor of counseling at Seattle University. "Even ADHD symptoms in children are mitigated by views of and interactions with nature in a host of different ways. Worker productivity, how people feel about the work they do and the level of engagement, improves with a view of nature." Despite ample research demonstrating the benefits, the study revealed a common theme, with 85% of participants believing they spent more time in nature as children than children do today. That's a trend that translates into adult habits, too. "With work and family responsibilities, we can't always fit spending time outside into our busy schedules, effectively making us the indoor generation," said Peter Foldbjerg, head of Daylight, Energy and Indoor Climate for The Velux Group. "One thing we
can do is improve how our homes connect to nature: From houseplants and nature-inspired art to skylights and screened porches, there are a wide variety of options for creating nature connections in the place we spend most of our time - our homes." Learn how to bring more nature into your home with these decorating and design ideas:
Living plants not only add a touch of the outdoors, but they also help clean the air inside your home. In smaller spaces, even a few pots of herbs can add a refreshing touch of nature. If flat surfaces and floor space are at a premium, get creative with your wall space and incorporate shelving and wall-mounted planters.
Sunshine and fresh air
Whether it's from windows or skylights, bringing natural light and fresh air inside can keep your space fresh and inviting. There are scientifically proven correlations between natural light exposure and mood, as well as your body's ability to maintain its circadian rhythm. Refreshing the air in your home can help eliminate volatile organic compounds, pet dander and microparticles from cooking and cleaning. If your home is lacking in natural light, a skylight may be easier to add than a window, and skylights bring in twice as much light as vertical windows; their angle allows more of the sun's rays to reach farther into the room. Some skylights, including many offered by Velux, also offer venting options that can contribute to cleaner air.
Studies have shown that simply viewing photos or paintings of nature scenes has mental and physical benefits. You can also use decora-
tive mirrors to reflect natural light and make a space feel larger and brighter.
Botanically inspired patterns
Look to pillows, area rugs and wallpaper to incorporate patterns inspired by flowers, foliage or landscapes outside. These decorative elements can boost your spirits and create a welcoming environment indoors by ref lecting the outdoor world.
Sisal rugs and baskets, wood planking and stone countertops or side tables can add texture and a touch of the natural world to your interiors. These materials let you incorporate nature into your design aesthetic with natural textures that not only look stylish but feel great, too.
Find more ideas for integrating the outdoors into your home design at whyskylights.com/outside-in. Connect with Nature at Work If you work outside your home, at least a third of your day may have you stuck inside an office. Make your work environment more appealing with these ideas that let you embrace nature even while you're on the clock. * Incorporate natural life with a desk plant. You may feel more refreshed by that touch of green, and it helps clean the air around you, too. * Find the sunlight. Today's offices actively promote free-range working, so find a sofa near a window and get your best work done there. Or spend a few hours working outside each day. If your office design is behind the times, take a daily walk outside during your lunch break. * Surround yourself with natural materials. Transform your deskscape with a bamboo monitor stand, stone smartphone holder or woven seagrass inbox. * Trick the senses with natural soundscapes. Earbuds are a must in today's open-plan offices. Instead of playing music, escape with natureinspired tunes like rain, wind in the trees or forest birds. * Select art influenced by Mother Nature. Decorate with nature-inspired art, whether it's photos of landscapes or a sunflower print.
GORGEOUS, CUSTOM-BUILT HOME!
Beautifully maintained Holiday home w/5 bdrms/3 baths including a lg living area, a family rm, formal dining & an open, spacious kitchen w/granite, stainless appliances & a huge pantry. There’s a bdrm & full bath downstairs. Upstairs is the master suite w/private balcony & 3 add’l bdrms. Holiday offers loads of amenities for everyone to enjoy! $299,900. MLS #171206
Wonderful home w/guest quarters on 1.19 acres & a pool in town! 4 bdrms/2 baths in main home w/great rm, dining area, upgraded kitchen, bonus & laundry rms. Adjoining guest quarters have living & dining areas, a full kitchen, 2 bdrms & a full, handicap equipped bath. Out back is a lg covered patio, a new high-end pool & a cabana! $459,000. MLS #171312
BEAUTIFULLY MAINTAINED HOME!
A RARE FIND!
Located across from PDS Elementary, this home won’t break the budget! 3 bdrms/2 baths, fully remodeled w/lg living area, spacious dining area, a nice kitchen w/new appliances & remodeled baths. There’s also a new HVAC system, a recoated roof, new windows & a lg yard. This home is move-in ready! $169,900. MLS #171043
Move-in ready home in Holiday w/2 bdrms/2 baths! There’s a spacious great rm w/dining area, along w/a nice kitchen w/granite counters & stainless appliances. The master suite is a good size w/a lg walk-in shower. The 2nd bdrm doubles as an office/den but has a Murphy bed for guests. This home has everything you could want! $169,900. MLS #170963
Charming 3 bdrm/3 bath on 1.42 acres in PDS Village One! Lots of living space w/ formal dining & living rms & a family rm w/fireplace. Huge master bdrm w/ensuite for sitting area or office. Outside is a spacious covered porch w/a hot tub, beautiful mountain views & a shelter for the horses or storage. $310,000. MLS #170659
COUNTRY LIVING! Nicely maintained home on 4 acres in the Bradbury Estates area of Three Canyons. 3 bdrms/2 baths, designed for easy living w/tile in the living areas & carpet in the bdrms. Room to roam outside along w/a covered patio, a lg storage shed/workshop & more! Awesome views of the Huachucas and the San Pedro river valley! $169,000. MLS #170483
EAGLE RIDGE HOME! 3 bdrm/2 bath home in this conveniently located subdivision w/new HVAC system, new carpet & interior paint along w/a new roof! Split floor plan w/lg living rm, dining area & kitchen. Outside there’s a spacious yard w/mature trees & a covered patio, along w/a 2-car garage w/storage! $167,900. MLS #170783
IN THE HEART OF TOWN!
Charming 4 bdrm/2 bath home w/updated kitchen & baths! The home features tile & laminate floors throughout, formal living & dining rms, a lg breakfast nook or den area & a bonus rm off the laundry. Out back there’s a covered patio, a nice yard w/grass & a huge workshop. The home has 200 amp service & a re-coated roof! $170,000. MLS #171062
That describes this Mesa Verde home w/owned solar! 4 bdrms/2 baths, formal living & dining rms, an open kitchen w/granite counters & breakfast nook. The master suite features a see-thru fireplace along w/a remodeled bath w/lg shower & jetted tub. Lg backyard w/wrap-around patio & grass; 3-car garage! $269,900. MLS #170891
Beautiful Sweetwater model home w/2 master suites including full baths & walk-in closets, a spacious living rm w/fireplace, a den or formal dining area, a half bath & a great kitchen w/granite counters, pullout cabinets & a breakfast nook! Outside there’s a lg yard w/covered patio, hot tub & more! Don’t miss this one! $289,900. MLS #170739
Awesome home on a quiet, half acre cul-de-sac lot w/owned solar, great views & loads of space! 3 bdrms/ 2 baths, loads of tile, great rm, formal dining rm, an open kitchen w/breakfast bar & more! The master suite is huge w/a lovely bath w/jetted tub, separate shower & a vanity area. 3-car garage & lovely patio areas! $354,900. MLS #170722
That’s what this home offers, inside & out! Outside you’ll find a 1 acre lot w/awesome views, an attached 3-car garage & a detached 2+ car garage! Inside there’s a 3 bdrm/2 bath home w/a great rm w/fireplace & dining area, a gourmet kitchen w/nook & more! There’s loads of storage space & a patio w/built-in BBQ. This home has all that you could want! $365,000. MLS #170224
1993 Frontage Road, Ste 105 Sierra Vista
MOUNTAIN SHADOWS BEAUTY!
PREMIER COMMERCIAL BUILDING!
2-story home w/fabulous mountain views & loads of space! 4 bdrms/2.5 baths, living rm w/fireplace, formal dining rm, center island kitchen w/walkin pantry & Corian counters, 3 bdrms downstairs w/the huge master upstairs including bath w/jetted tub. Full length covered patio out back & much more! $359,900. MLS #170436
This building offers various work settings from office to medical. Professionally maintained w/a beautiful interior including a spacious conference rm w/full communication & data links; conveniently located multiple restrooms & more! Excellent public access close to the post office w/a 49-space parking lot & exterior lunch/break area. $985,000. MLS #168439
CLOSE TO EVERYTHING!
LOADS OF SUMMER FUN!
Cute 3 bdrm/2 bath home in Vista Village w/easy access to Ft. Huachuca & all amenities. Spacious living rm w/fireplace, dining area & convenient kitchen. Newer roof & HVAC system, 2-car carport, good sized yard for entertaining or for the kids to play! This is a great home at a price that won’t break the bank! $110,000. MLS #171381
That’s what you’ll have in this huge home in 3 Canyons! 4 bdrms/3 baths, 3865 sq. ft. along w/a great rm, dining rm, a den & loads of storage. Off the master there’s a spa rm w/hot tub. Out back there’s a covered patio, an inground pool & a cabana w/BBQ & outdoor kitchen! This is a home you’ll love to live & entertain in! $499,900. MLS #171418
Golden Meadows .23 acre lot for a mfd home, electric on property, natural gas, water co., views. $9,900 MLS #171259 Sierra Vista .83 acre lot for a mfd home, electric at property line, nice views! $16,000 MLS #168270 3 Canyons 8 acre level lot, electric nearby, mountain views all around, bring your horses! $19,900 MLS #170730 Investment Property .41 acres, zoned for multi-family, close to amenities & public transportation. $45,000 MLS #169533 Wild Horse 3.88 acres, electric at ppty line, water co. Gorgeous views! $59,900 MLS #165963 Prince Placer Rd. 2.4 acre site built home site, electric, septic & well on the ppty. Fabulous spot! $150,000 MLS #167066
HERALD/REVIEW • AUGUST 2019
Four Feathers Realty, L.C.
CUSTOM SANTA FE! Wonderful Mountain Shadows home w/awesome views! 4 bdrms/3 baths, a lg great rm w/beehive fireplace, formal dining & breakfast nook/office. New HVAC system, granite counters, new tile & carpet, 3-car garage. Outside there’s a covered patio, a fireplace w/seating, a hot tub, RV parking space, fruit trees & more! $415,000. MLS #171031
Real estate transactions
m 4298 Hennen Court, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $272,000. Buyers from Jacksonville, Florida (107-56-232-01).
m 5255 Chula Vista Place, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $136,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (107-49-354-2).
m 3317 Eagle Ridge Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $222,500. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-95-195-6).
m 2190 E. Fry Blvd., Sierra Vista - commercial or industrial property purchased for $8,840,960. Buyers from New York, New York (105-07034-7, 105-07-033B).
m 304 E. Toughnut St., Tombstone - residential property purchased for $206,000. Buyer from Ramona, California (109-10-020A).
m 6730 S. Calle De La Cereza, Hereford - residential property purchased for $225,000. Buyers from Vista, California (104-07-041-00). m 6382 E. Saddlehorn Circle, Hereford - residential property purchased for $335,000. Buyers from Tucson (104-24-366-3). m Vacant Land south of Sierra Vista - vacant land purchased for $380,000. Buyers from Williams (10518-001G-5). m 3630 E. Chambers Road, Willcox - agricultural property purchased for $80,000. Buyers from Morris, Minnesota (204-31-004L). m Vacant land on Ironwood, Pearce - vacant land purchased for $245,000. Buyers from Visalia, California (116-05-002A). m 507 N. Saddlehorn Drive, Saint David - residential property purchased for $238,000. Buyers from Benson (120-17-001V-2). m 1541 San Antonio Drive, Douglas - residential property purchased for $122,000. Buyer from Douglas (410-20-049-3).
JULY 2 m 6263 E. Saddlehorn Circle, Hereford - residential property purchased for $355,464. Buyers from Douglas (104-24-399). m 2374 Copper Smith St., Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $201,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-16-557-4-5). m 12042 N. Hwy. 191, Elfrida residential property purchased for $186,900. Buyers from Simpsonville, South Carolina (401-36-080-03). m 5445 Murray Hill Place, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $259,900. Buyers from Brooks, Oregon (107-49-240-4). m 4918 E. Vespucci Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $128,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (107-73-044). m 2222 Orlando Place, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $280,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-16-047). m 174 W. 5th St., Benson - a 2 - 4 Plex purchased for $95,000. Buyers from Gilbert (123-20-006-05). HERALD/REVIEW â€˘ AUGUST 2019
m 5292 E. Desert Spoon Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $271,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (107-65-017).
m 932 Corte Rey, Sierra Vista residential property purchased for $112,975. Buyers from Benson (10779-215). m 3096 W. Williams Road, Benson - a mobile or manufactured home, affixed, purchased for $180,000. Buyers from Alamogordo, New Mexico (124-14-056-00). m 2090 E. Gleeson Road, Tombstone - residential property purchased for $190,000. Buyers from Benson (109-04-035).
m 2311 Valewood Circle, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $289,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (105-96-117-03). m6674A S. Jaxel Road, Hereford - residential property purchased for $330,000. Buyer from Sagle, Idaho (104-07-050A).
JULY 5 m 2743 Cartegena Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $242,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (105-03-543). m 321 N. Camino san Rafael, Tombstone - residential property purchased for $160,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (109-04-006). m 8382 S. Sexton Place, Hereford - residential property purchased for $312,500. Buyers from Sierra Vista (104-17-056A). m 6578 S. Hargis Ranch Road, Hereford - residential property purchased for $315,000. Buyers from Flagstaff (104-31-021G-4). m 4844 S. Nez Perce Ave., Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $199,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (105-93-033-03). m 928 San Simeon Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $187,500. Buyers from Sierra Vista (107-49-566). m 864 North Ave., Sierra Vista residential property purchased for $177,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (106-62-009-01). m 2639 Cartegena Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $228,900. Buyer from Sierra Vista (105-03-537-09). m 3100 Oakmont Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $230,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-98-177). m 1980 Thunder Meadows Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $179,900. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-96-432). m 2902 E. Arapaho Lane, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $352,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-99-139). m Vacant Land, near San Simon - vacant land purchased for $95,000. Buyers from San Angelo, Texas (40228-046-9).
JULY 8 m 2505 E. 11th St., Douglas residential property purchased for $115,000. Buyer from Douglas (41032-004-07). m Vacant Land, Sierra Vista vacant land purchased for $106,500. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-03-26602). m 326 Desert Trail Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $285,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (107-49-717-3).
m 312 N. 2nd St., Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $140,000. Buyers from Seaside, California (106-71-200). m 1910 E. 9th St., Douglas residential property purchased for $93,000. Buyers from Douglas (40918-007-6). m 2345 Rocky Road, Portal - a mobile or manufactured home, affixed, purchased for $260,000. Buyers from Tucson (402-80-010K-0). m 900 E. Christmas Tree Lane, Pearce - residential property purchased for $120,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (114-15-109). m 814 E. 13th St., Douglas residential property purchased for $123,000. Buyer from Pirtleville (40902-078-05). m 2117 Remington Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $280,000. Buyers from Tucson (105-16-131). m 2561 N. Sheila Lane, Huachuca City - a mobile or manufactured home, affixed, purchased for $120,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (106-18-012R-1). msidential property purchased for $160,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (107-78-258).
m 552 E. Mulberry Lane, Bisbee - residential property purchased for $140,000. Buyer from Bisbee (101-43032B-5). m 3357 E. Red Stag Road, Pearce - a mobile or manufactured home, affixed, purchased for $225,000. Buyers from Pearce (114-01-122-7). m 510 W. La Paz St., Willcox residential property purchased for $77,000. Buyers from Willcox (203-05125-7).
JULY 10 m 1181 Barnes Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $243,821. Buyers from Douglas (10672-461). m 3752 Via El Soreno, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $218,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-95-817-09). m 111 Higgins Hill, Bisbee residential property purchased for $249,000. Buyer from Bisbee (103-61462-8). m 9272 N. Wynn Drive, McNeal - a mobile or manufactured home, affixed, purchased for $94,000. Buyer from Tombstone (404-19-001T-0). m 4109 Big Bend St., Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $212,150. Buyer from Sierra Vista (10756-214-09).
m 1273 Leon Way, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $126,000. Buyer from Aurora, Colorado (106-63-396-7).
m 7575 S. Malapai Drive, Hereford - residential property purchased for $275,000. Buyers from King George, Virginia (104-09-08401).
m 1066 Barnes Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $242,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (106-72-562-B).
m 3401 Navaho St., Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $383,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-99-098).
m Xxxx Camino Soledad, Sierra Vista - vacant land purchased for $103,700. Buyers from Sierra Vista (107-01-199-09).
m 324 Black Knob View, Bisbee - residential property purchased for $182,700. Buyers from Bisbee (10113-019-03).
m]1633 Cushman Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $145,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (106-75-028-04). m 5437 S. Laguna Ave., Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $340,000. Buyers from Cave Creek (105-94-123-04). m 1328 E. Roosevelt Road, Huachuca City - a mobile or manufactured home, affixed, purchased for $145,000. Buyers from Huachuca City (106-36-004B). m 2539 Calle Segundo, Huachuca City - a mobile or manufactured home, affixed, purchased for $82,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (106-21-071-01). m 3182 W. Robin Road, Benson - a mobile or manufactured home, affixed, purchased for $105,00. Buyers from Springville, Utah (124-15136-02). m 2334 Jacks Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $273,597. Buyer from Grovetown, Georgia (106-75-214). m 2270 S. Iris Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $190,000. Buyers from Wahlawa, Hawaii (105-92-832). 164 S. Central Ave., Benson - r m esidential property purchased for $119,900. Buyer from Benson (123-20018-00). m 5465 E. La Paloma Lane, Hereford - residential property purchased for $138,000. Buyers from Huachuca City (104-08-115E-0).
City - residential property purchased for $129,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (106-21-073). m 509 Campbell, Bisbee residential property purchased for $155,000. Buyer from Bisbee (101-11-017). m 214 Bisbee Road, Bisbee commercial or industrial property purchased for $155,000. Buyer from Henderson, Nevada (102-12-016D). m 5131 S. Bannock Ave. residential property purchased for $346,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-94-030-07). m 133 E. James Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $139,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (106-69-195). m 8025 Castle Dome, Douglas - residential property purchased for $78,500. Buyer from Bisbee (405-72007B-2). m 2362 Copperwood Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $222,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (105-16-625). m 2713 Lopez Link, Sierra Vista - a condo or townhouse purchased for $189,900. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-98-279-6). m 920 American Ave., Bisbee residential property purchased for $79,000. Buyers from Bisbee (103-73055). m 2720 W. Marguerite Road, Willcox - a mobile or manufactured home, affixed, purchased for $135,000. Buyers from Willcox (20225-040B-2). m 4939 E. Vespucci Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $116,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (107-76-036-07). m 3396 W. Mohawk Place, Benson - a mobile or manufactured home, affixed, purchased for $158,900. Buyers from Tucson (12403-362-6).
6234 S. Nucci Lane, Hereford - r m esidential property purchased for $148,000. Buyer from Inyokem, California (104-76-048D).
m 2797 Quail Run Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $196,000. Buyer from Bisbee (10504-083-0).
m 2888 Fairmeade Circle, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $294,000. Buyer from South Portland, Maine (105-96-016).
m 8 Lowell, Bisbee - residential property purchased for $80,000. Buyers from Bisbee (102-28-059-0).
m 407 N. Frontage Road, Sunsites - commercial or industrial property purchased for $385,000. Buyers from St. Paul, Minnesota (11416-157, 114-16-158, 114-16-159, 114-16160, 114-16-163A).
m 271 N. Dusty Tyra Road, Benson - a mobile or manufactured home, affixed, purchased for $185,000. Buyers from Odenton, Maryland (123-30-048Q-6).
m 6610 E. Big Spur Circle, Hereford - residential property purchased for $474,705. Buyers from Palmdale, California (104-24-351)
m 149 E. Kayetan, Sierra Vista residential property purchased for $118,000. Buyers from Sun Valley, Nevada (106-69-161).
m 100 2nd St., Huachuca City residential property purchased for $98,000. Buyer from Huachuca City (106-56-070).
m 2915 Raven Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $225,000. Buyers from Fort Huachuca (105-95-590).
m Tequila Trail, Benson - vacant land purchased for $150,000. Buyers from Tucson (124-02-038).
m 1640 Starview Place, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $253,000. Buyer from Livingston, Texas (105-92-663).
m 5235 Brickey Drive, Hereford - a mobile or manufactured home, affixed, purchased for $85,000. Buyers from Hereford (104-08-08501).
m 5012 W. Drifters Way, McNeal - residential property purchased for $215,000. Buyers from McNeal (11145-039-7, 111-45-040).
m 1315 Paso Robles Ave., Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $239,950. Buyer from Sierra Vista (107-49-883).
m 2099 Deepwood Circle, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $170,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-96-060).
m 533 N. Mescal Road, Benson - residential property purchased for $179,000. Buyers from Fort Huachuca
m 74 E. Via Parque, Huachuca
(124-15-364-7). m 149 Calle Portal, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $157,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-04-426).
m 4243 S. Bottle Brush Lane, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $283,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (107-65-051-8).
JULY 16 m 811 S. La Mesa Drive, Benson - residential property purchased for $156,000. Buyers from Benson (123-42159-0). m 2413 Hope St., Bisbee - residential property purchased for $130,000. Buyers from Corvallis, Oregon (102-39-054A-6, 102-39-054B5). m 306 1st St., Huachuca City - an apartment building purchased for $480,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (106-51-017). m 4408 Desert Springs trail - residential property purchased for $175,000. Buyers from Silver City, New Mexico (107-51-374).
JULY 17 m 1187 N. Basyl Lane, Benson - residential property purchased for $99,900. Buyers from Benson (123-03-007J). m 1397 Andrea Drive, Sierra Vista - residential
m 10008 Plane Old Road, Hereford - residential property purchased for $210,000. Buyers from Conway, South Carolina (104-27-057D-1). m 1221 Matsumoto St., Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $157,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (106-72-300). m Pomerene Farm, Pomerene - agricultural property purchased for $325,000. Buyers from Chandler (123-07-011H). m 1125 E. 5th St., Douglas - residential property purchased for $94,000. Buyer from Douglas (409-25-033A-0).
JULY 18 m 3402 W. Thunder Pass Road, Benson - residential property purchased for $373,500. Buyers from Herron, Michigan (124-01-092). m 2675 Tarina Way, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $226,500. Buyers from Sierra Vista (10597-635-3). m 1208 Marchbanks Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $222,000. Buyers from Spearfish, South Dakota (10672-502B). m 286 E. Mark St., Benson - a mobile or manufactured home, affixed, purchased for $87,500. Buyer from Tucson (123-22-070-6). m 3454 Coral Ridge, Sierra
Vista - residential property purchased for $226,000. Buyers from Glendale (10595-465). m 209 S. Austin Blvd., Willcox - residential property purchased for $103,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (203-28-1098). m 6961 E. Canada Drive, Sierra Vista - a mobile or manufactured home, affixed, purchased for $129,851.40. Buyers from Sierra Vista (10763-013-2).
JULY 19 m 5236 Encanto Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $320,000. Buyers from Garland, Texas (107-47-162). m 2574 Copper Sunrise, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $249,900. Buyers from Greenville, Mississippi (10516-665). m 1025 E. 9th St., Douglas - residential property purchased for $123,000. Buyer from Douglas (409-0-010-3). m 533 Clark, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $140,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (10669-324). 446 Calle Las Cruces, Sierra Vi m sta - residential property purchased for $181,500. Buyer from Sierra Vista (107-78-697-2). m 4626 S. Campobello Ave., Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $325,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (107-69-023-9).
m 3589 Plaza Candida, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $195,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-03-099). m 1658 Mission Viejo Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $240,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-96-530-8). m TBD Marguerite Road, Willcox - vacant land purchased for $75,000. Buyer from Phoenix (202-21-0038-5).
Douglas - residential property purchased for $89,500. Buyers from Douglas (408-22-016-5).
m 1211 North Drive, Tombstone - residential property purchased for $172,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (109-15-034-08). m 10501 S. Nichols Ranch Road, Willcox - agricultural property purchased for $734,700. Buyers from Morris, MN (401-01-052A-9, 401-01005F-8).
m 2101 Lexington Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $217,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-92-438).
m 2201 Madera Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $166,999. Buyers from Prole, Iowa (106-66-014).
m 1501 San Clemente Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $215,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-96-311-09).
m 46 Dallas Ave., Bisbee - residential property purchased for $97,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (102-28-096).
m 3022 E. Old Palo Verde Drive, Douglas - residential property purchased for $222,500. Buyers from Douglas (410-36-041-08). m 573 N. Carina Circle, Benson - residential property purchased for $189,500. Buyer from Vail (124-05-025). m 2531 N. Fairview St.,
m 1911 Territorial Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $163,500. Buyers from Vail (107-78-616). m 6104 S. Montanas de Suenos, Hereford - a mobile or manufactured home, affixed, purchased for $135,000. Buyers from Santa Rosa, California (104-02-072G). m 94 W. 5th St., Douglas - commercial or industrial property purchased for $250,000. Buyers from Scottsdale (408-31-015-09).
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m 2310 E. Cristina Ave., Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $208,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-17-090).
m 3528 Trevino Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $250,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (105-97-128).
m 2557 Panorama Court, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $350,000. Buyer from Sierra Vista (105-97-724-08).
m 3324 Pebble Beach Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $230,000. Buyers from Sierra Vista (105-98-071).
m 3507 Blackbird Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $146,000. Buyer from Hereford (105-05-312-8).
m 9 Rand Place, Bisbee - residential property purchased for $130,000. Buyers from Taylorsville, Utah (102-30-043-08).
property purchased for $104,000. Buyers from Tucson (106-74-141-05).
m 3370 Thunderbird Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $178,500. Buyer from Tacoma, Washington (105-95-109-7). m 1155 Matsumoto St., Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $186,550. Buyers from Freihung, Germany (106-72296-6).
m 4870 Los Reyes Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $227,000. Buyers from Canon City, Colorado (107-78-477).
m 2176 W. Patton St., Saint David - residential property purchased for $465,000. Buyer from Benson (124-30-009B-8). m 4436 Chaparral Loop, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $162,000, Buyer from Lakeside, California (107-78-666). m 2860 Saint Andrews Drive, Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $310,000. Buyers from Fort Huachuca (105-97-012-4). m 5016 S. Apache Ave., Sierra Vista - residential property purchased for $229,000. Buyer from Avondale (105-96-012).
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Cochise County Sheriff (non-emergency) 800-3620812 Highway Patrol 520746-4500 Canyon Vista Medical Center 520 263-2000 Benson Hospital 520586-2261 Copper Queen Community Hospital 520432-5383
Gas - Southwest Gas 202 Wilcox, Sierra Vista 877-860-6020
Liberty Water 4055 Campus Road, Sierra Vista 520-458-5470 Serves – All area not listed below
Arizona Water 77 Calle Portal, Sierra Vista 520-458-5660 Serves – Town & Country, Summit, Village Meadows, Village Green, Mountain Mesa East Slope Water Company 800-315-5333 Indiada Water Company 800-315-5333 Antelope Run Water 800-315-5333
Algonquin Water Service 623-298-3738 Huachuca City Water Company 500 N Gonzales, Huachuca City 520-456-1354 Whetstone Water District Office Closed Tuesday and Thursday 520-456-2125
Internet & Cable
Cox Communications 520-458-4705 Direct TV 800-347-3288 Dish Network 520-4580936
City of Sierra Vista 1011 N Coronado, Sierra Vista 520-458-3315 Sunrise Sanitation 520803-0033 Waste Management 877-980-2220
Telephone Century Link 800-244-1111
534 LITTLE BEAR TRAIL
3 bedrooms, 2 baths, 1996 double wide manufactured home in a park with leased land, 26x60, 1,560 sq ft, all appliances included, washer/ dryer included, gas stove, handicap friendly, ramp on front, wrap around deck, shed, 2 car carport, nice view of mountains, bird viewing paradise from back deck.
2218 & 2236 LAS BRISAS WAY
Each features 3BR, 2BA, 1,425 Sq. Ft. Refrigerator, electric range, dishwasher, microwave. Ceiling fans, tile floors, tub/shower combo in guest bathroom. Block wall. Small dogs only. Each $1,050/mo.
BONNIE WALSH 407-247-6673
584 DEER CREEK LN
1 BR, 2BA + a Den Redmond Manufactured Home located in a park with leased land. 1994 doublewide 24x48, awnings on front and back, ramp on back, storage shed, 2 car carport.
MLS# 170947 • $249,900
BONNIE WALSH 407-247-6673
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1479 BIG ROOM PLACE, BENSON
Absolutely beautiful! Huge foyer, oversized kitchen, 5 burner range plus large pantry closet. Granite countertops. Extended garage,. Open plan into living area, separate dining room. Located at the end of a cul de sac, covered patio, raised bed planter. Outdoor kitchen, super views. Room enough for a pool.
CAROLE VAUGHN 249-5222
NOW RENTED! HERALD/REVIEW • AUGUST 2019
Electric – SSVEC Sulpher Springs Valley Electrical Cooperative 311 Wilcox, Sierra Vista 520-458-4691
PDS Water Company 4226 Avenida Cochise, Sierra Vista 520-458-3742 pdsh2o.com Serves – Country Club, Eagle Ridge, Shadow Ridge, PDS Village, Mountain Shadow, Mountain Village, Mountain Ridge, Mission Shadows, Mission Hills Tract 115, Mission Hills Tract 117, 111, 112, and 114, Fairways Villas, Greenway, Greenbriar Estates, Casablanca, LaCorte, Chaparral Village, Coronado Crossing, Holiday and Winter Haven.
1417 B PLAZA MERITO
2BR, 1BA, 900 Sq. Ft. Refrigerator, electric range, dishwasher, carpet, evaporative cooler, gas heat, tile, water paid. Pets case by case.
2100 Paseo San Luis Sierra Vista, AZ 85635 192263
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MLS166892 • $35,000 6139 E CALLE LOBO, HF LAND
MLS159770 • $39,900 90A ADAM TRL, HF LAND
MLS171323 • $132,500 6291 S PINTEK LANE 3BD/2BA, 1,458 sqft, 2 Car Garage, Ground set home with covered patio on the front & back. Double garage with storage and workshop space. Pole barn with chicken coop ready for hens! Home is split plan with a large kitchen. Well maintained, comfortable home with large rooms. New roof in 2016. New water lines 2014. 6.51 acres with 1/9th well share. Well is on this property.
8 Acres 360-degree Mountain Views! Beautiful, secluded lot with horse privileges, half well-share, mesquite trees and lots of blue sky! Road is in good condition. HOA fees are reasonable. Only 1 home next door. Perfect spot for you to enjoy privacy and space.
4.30 Acres, SITE BUILT/MANUFACTURED HOME READY! All utilities are on the property. In the Palominas School District. 1/9 Well Share. Nice views of the Huachucas. Quiet and Private location.
2 MASTER SUITES
4BD/2BA, 2,129 sqft, Beautifully Remodeled Home! You will love the openness, large rooms, split plan and new appliances., not to mention new flooring & bathroom fixtures. A/C & propane gas heating. Almost 12 acres for privacy or lots of animals! Yes there is a wash thru the property, but flood zone is x. Huge workshop on a slab floor just steps from the house. Partially fences. Bring your family and your animals & enjoy country living!
25.87 Acres, High Visibility Commercial Parcel on Hwy 90N between Redwing and Lobo Lane. Land can be split by new owner. Commercial Well on the property. Electricity is to the lot line. Paved entry from Hwy at both Redwing & Lobo Lane. Located just north of Hwy 82 & before the Border Patrol Check Point. Only a few miles from Kartchner Caverns State Park.
MLS167887 • $345,000 1212 E LOMA LANE
3BD/3BA, 2 Car Garage, 2696 sq. ft. Unique Santa Fe Style home on 4.07 acres, just waiting for a buyer to make it their own. 2 Master Suites with walkin closets. One Master Bath already plumbed for a bath tub. Tiled ceiling in the living room. Custom hand-crafted doors through-out. Safety Grab bars in all bathrooms. Wood burning stove. Large workshop with electric. 800 sq. ft Quonset. Solar tubes throughout home. Low Flow Toilets. Triple Pane Windows. Rain Water Harvesting System in place. Mountain views all around.
3BD/2.5BA, 2 Car Garage, 2,479 sq. ft, Custom Designed to be the owner’s AZ resort retreat! Pool, spa & fountain in the block wall surrounded back yard. Easy care landscaping. Extended covered patio with spectacular views of the Huachuca Mountains. Circle driveway to the front door. Formal dining room. Gathering room with fireplace adjoins the kitchen & bay window nook. Owner’s retreat is the library of your dreams with floor to ceiling bookcases covering a long wall & plenty of space for your desk plus there’s a 1/2 bath in the corner with a door to the garage. This could be a 4-bedroom plan as owner took out a wall between two bedrooms to make a giant guest suite. Natural gas & A/C. This home needs a little TLC to make it your own.
COMMERCIAL MLS169384 • $350,000 LOT 036E N HWY 90 LAND
MLS168897• $290,000 7537 LAZY Y5 RD.
MLS171444 • $175,000 11555 HWY 92
MLS169386 • $467,500 7876 E RAMSEY RD.
MLS168209 • $449,900 4780 E EAGLE NEST TRAIL 3BD/2.5BA, 3 Car Garage, 2,382 sq. ft, Bring your telescope to this spectacular mountain-side home! Separate 2-car garage with 2nd floor office/ den & roof-top observatory. Like-new condition. Wonderful kitchen with newer appliances. Master bedroom & 2 baths on the first level, 2 guest bedrooms & bath on 2nd level with outside entry to balcony that wraps around the house for views of all mountain ranges. Private well w/ large storage tank. Attached 1 car garage. Special dual pane Andersen Windows and so much more.
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5BD/3.5BA, 3,453 sq. ft, 3 Car Garage, Beautiful Mexican Hacienda! PLUS, a HUGE block RV garage/ workshop/office with bath behind the home (approx. 40’ x 70’ x 30’). There’s room for at least 5 vehicles & a 2nd floor if you want it! Lovely curved entry porch leads to a leaded glass front door. Tile floors thru-out with carpet in the bedrooms. Special sized dining room fits ALL the family for special occasions & holidays. Very generous kitchen with breakfast nook. Lg MBR has gas log F/P & walk-in closet. MBath has jetted tub, separate shower, his & her vanities & water closet for the toilet. Four additional bedrooms & 2 1/2 additional bathrooms in a split plan format. 10’ ceilings. Attractive wood framed openings to LR, DR & KIT. Welcoming family room with F/P. On 4+ fenced acres with newer private well. Carpet allowance: $3,000.
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HERALD/REVIEW • AUGUST 2019
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OCEAN FRONT PROPERTY IN AZ!!!
3266 E. MOHAWK DR
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1301 N COCHISE AVE, HUACHUCA CITY $165,000•MLS#169701
This fabulous building includes two huge rooms with a large kitchen in middle along with two bathrooms. IT is at the end of a street with great access. One Extra lot for that parking or whatever your needs. This lovely property will work for many uses. Please call agent for private showing.
This 3117 sqft. 3br/3.5ba plus attached 2 car garage features a Cooled 1455 sqft. 2 Bay 6 car garage/workshop with toilet and Full RV hook up. Plus, fully concreted areas around shop. Owned Solar for Home-- Large back patio with wonderful block wall. Home features Tile in all walk areas. Huge custom Kitchen with Corian Tops and an Island. TWO MBR Retreats. One with 7 man Spa and other with additional bathroom and sitting room. Two large bedrooms with ceiling fans , with storage bench seats included. Anderson windows.
Property in AZ. Enjoy the day laying out in the sun, listening to the wind blow, looking at the blooming Cactus and smell of the Ocean (3 out of 4 not bad)!! This piece of land has all the water rights you need--JUST NO WATER. Call today and have your OWN Representation for New Build/Resale Home/Land. Accredited Buyer’s Rep., OR if you need to Sell!
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