This Flagstaff neighborhood features tall pines, great school, wonderful homes The southwest corner of Flagstaff is a very popular place to live and has been for many decades. Among the Flagstaff neighbors in this part of town is University Heights, which, on the drive from downtown Flagstaff to the Coconino
One of the great things about living in Flagstaff is the Parks and Rec facilities! Of course, Flagstaff is known for its forest trails, including wilderness galore. But our City Parks and Recreation Department has some great assets too. Here’s one that I wrote about over four years ago: Thorpe Park.
Flagstaff’s Linwood Heights neighborhood offers one acre lots and a private park Northwest of downtown, within Flagstaff’s city limits, Linwood Heights is a development of luxury, custom-built homes on lots of about one acre or more, amid the Ponderosa pine forest. Access to this quiet, secluded area comes through the
Two bark parks and plenty of hiking trails make Flagstaff a great place for dog-lovers to live Yesterday, I had the pleasure of introducing some Washington transferees to Flagstaff. They came with their three dogs. I was happy to show them some homes and also to be able to show
Flagstaff’s original “suburb” is now almost “downtown Flagstaff” The Coconino Estates neighborhood on Flagstaff’s west side is a collection of Flagstaff subdivisions that were developed as the city (then a small town) expanded in the 1950s and 1960s. The area to the west from the intersection at Ft. Valley Road and Humphrey’s
Flagstaff’s Shadow Mountain neighborhood is filled with tall pines and has great forest-trail access The Shadow Mountain neighborhood of Flagstaff is something many who live here have never discovered. While it’s centrally located, the Shadow Mountain neighborhood is a bit out-of-the-way: above Linda Vista Street and east of Buffalo Park.
Great story about a local environmentally sensitive area — Pumphouse Wash in Kachina Village Many Flagstaff folks are familiar with the Pumphouse Greenway in Kachina Village. There are often volunteers walking through the area on “clean-up” days or guiding small walking tours to educate about the flora, fauna and wildlife. Today, the Arizona
A neat little Flagstaff neighborhood tucked behind the Museum of Northern Arizona Farmhouse Estates is a small, relatively new, subdivision carved out of an old farmstead in northwest Flagstaff. The neighborhood lies just west of the Museum of Northern Arizona and at an entrance to the Flagstaff Urban Trail that leads from the Cheshire
This is a newer Flagstaff neighborhood located on the southwest side of the City of Flagstaff Ponderosa Trails, in southwest Flagstaff, is a neighborhood that is less than ten-years-old with homes built by several different builders. The lots tend to be smaller than in older parts of Flagstaff, but the
Considered “East Flagstaff” by Many, Greenlaw Is Central to Flagstaff Action When Flagstaff needed more housing in the 1960s, some of the subdivisions planned were the Greenlaw tracts. Over the course of the 1970s, sturdy homes, most built with masonry walls, spurted up north of Route 66 (“Lower Greenlaw”) and