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Luxury Homes for Sale in Sedona, AZ

Sedona is an enchanting desert gem in the very heart of Arizona.

This picturesque town has carved a name for itself, renowned for its unique landscape of red cliffs and desert juniper forests. You’ll be in awe of the towering, intricately carved ridges and fiery sandstone formations showcasing brilliant hues of orange and red when the sun rises and sets. The energy here is said to be transformative, making it an ideal place to find inner peace. It attracts spiritual healers, outdoor enthusiasts, filmmakers, artists, and nature photographers who’ve made it their home. Yes, the region hosts thriving residential communities, too. The houses in the area boast glorious views and an unparalleled connection to nature that Sedona is famous for. From Phoenix, Sedona is only a 2-hour drive via I-17, which offers abundant scenery as you climb in elevation to reach Arizona’s high desert. From Sedona, you can continue north via 89A to visit Flagstaff (45-minute drive) or do an easy day trip to the Grand Canyon (2-hour drive) just past Flagstaff.

RED ROCK MARVELS: Sedona’s Red Rocks are world-famous, and for good reason. Above the sweeping plains, winding canyons, and vibrant rocks stand the breathtakingly hued cliffs and rugged sandstone spires. One of the standout landmarks is Cathedral Rock, a majestic landmark within the Coconino National Forest. Prepare to be enchanted by the grandeur of these crimson rock formations. It’s a place to unplug from the daily grind and profoundly reconnect with nature.

VIBRANT ARTS COMMUNITY: Sedona is a thriving hub of artistic expression. With over 40 venues showcasing contemporary and Native American arts, the cultural scene is alive and vibrant. The calendar has gallery openings, art exhibitions, music events, and captivating local theater productions. Tlaquepaque Arts and Shopping Village is not to be missed, a charming re-creation of a Mexican village. It’s a collection of picturesque courtyards surrounded by unique stores, galleries, and delightful restaurants.

EMBRACE THE OUTDOORS: Adventure awaits around every corner of Sedona. It is surrounded by thousands of acres of National Forest land, wilderness areas, and state parks. Explore over 400 miles of trails like Turkey Creek Trail, Chimney Rock Loop, or Jacks Canyon Trail, or go swimming in the streams and waterfalls of Oak Creek Canyon. The beauty extends into the night as Sedona is designated as an International Dark Sky Community, making stargazing an unforgettable experience. You can also experience wine tastings just outside of Sedona from numerous vineyards in the Verde Valley. There are endless opportunities for exploration, excitement, and living life to the fullest here in Sedona.

Market Overview

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Homes in Sedona, AZ

10 Real Estate Facts About Sedona, AZ Homes for Sale

  • Homes for sale in Sedona, AZ, range from classic 1950s residences to brand-new construction. The median age is approximately 32 years old.
  • Sedona’s real estate market includes single-family dwellings, townhouses, manufactured homes, and undeveloped parcels/vacant lots.
  • Single-family homes in Sedona, AZ, start at $558,000 with spacious living from 1,400 square feet and up.
  • Gated communities mostly feature multi-million-dollar luxury homes ranging up to $7.5 million. Sprawling estates list for impressive prices of $16 million to $25 million.
  • Townhouses are priced from $539,000 to $1+ million, with a footprint of 1,000 to 2,500 square feet.
  • Undeveloped land/vacant lots offer opportunities for investors and developers, with the potential for commercial and residential use.
  • Vacant lots range from $125,000 to $7.9 million for parcels ranging from 0.11 to 7 acres.
  • Enjoy mild winters and warm summers, perfect for year-round outdoor activities. May, September, and October are considered the most pleasant months.
  • The Sedona region boasts a job growth rate that slightly exceeds the national average and a lower unemployment rate than the national average.
  • Sedona’s economy thrives on a combination of tourism, art, and outdoor recreation, which serve as the primary economic drivers for the region.
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Sedona, AZ Neighborhoods Map

Sedona is in the interior chaparral area of Arizona and follows the outline of W Arizona 89a and Highway 179.

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Whether it’s your first home or if you’re an experienced buyer, purchasing a home is a complex process. By working with us, you’ll find a home in the neighborhood where you want to live, one that fits your budget and meets your goals for features, quality, and value. Once you’ve found the home that’s right for you, We will guide you through the process of making an offer; negotiating the terms of the sale; getting your potential purchase inspected, repaired, and appraised; and closing the sale.

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Things to Do in Sedona, AZ

Outlaw Grille

Huge hamburgers and BBQ sandwiches are served in this rustic restaurant with a straightforward cowboy motif.

Sedona Heritage Museum

A family homestead that’s maintained and used as a center for regional history, activities, and education.

Hillside Sedona

This shopping center offers visitors dining options, an Irish bar, art galleries, and fashionable clothing.

Full Moon Saloon

A lively bar with late-night pub food, karaoke nights, pool tables, and a jukebox.


Schools in Sedona, AZ

School NameGradesAdmission
West Sedona Elementary SchoolPK - 6Public
Sedona Red Rock High School7 - 12Public
Red Rock AcademyK - 12Public