Homes for Sale in Coconino Estates


Flagstaff, Arizona is a beautiful city located in the northern part of the state. It is known for its stunning scenery, its mild climate, and its many outdoor recreational opportunities. Flagstaff is home to a thriving arts community, with several galleries and performance venues. There are many events and activities to enjoy in Flagstaff, making it an ideal place to live or visit. Whether you’re looking for a place to relax or a place to adventure, Flagstaff is sure to have something for you.

The Coconino Estates neighborhood is a great place to call home. This friendly community is known for its beautiful mountain views and convenient location. Families love the spacious homes and large yards, while active residents appreciate the nearby hiking trails and parks. Come see why so many people call Coconino Estates home!

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2319 N Lantern Lane, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
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Property Type: Residential
# of Bedrooms: 4
# of Bathrooms: 2.5
Square Footage: 3038
Year Built: 1968
Area: 125 - Coconino Estates
Subdivision: Coconino Estates Unit 2
Description: Location, location, location! This beautifully maintained 4 BD, 2.5 BR home...
Listing Office: Flagstaff Top Producers R.E.
Last Updated: June - 13 - 2024
1209 N Mcmillan Road, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
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Property Type: Residential
# of Bedrooms: 4
# of Bathrooms: 2.5
Square Footage: 2450
Year Built: 1958
Area: 125 - Coconino Estates
Subdivision: Coconino Estates
Description: Updated Coconino Estates single-level home. Remodeled bathrooms and kitche...
Listing Office: Century 21 Flagstaff Realty
Last Updated: June - 13 - 2024
415 W Apache Road, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
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Property Type: Residential
# of Bedrooms: 5
# of Bathrooms: 2
Square Footage: 2620
Year Built: 1957
Area: 125 - Coconino Estates
Description: Welcome to your dream home in the coveted Coconino Estates neighborhood! Th...
Listing Office: Best Flagstaff Homes Realty
Last Updated: June - 10 - 2024
2015 N Navajo Drive, Flagstaff, AZ 86001
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Property Type: Residential
# of Bedrooms: 4
# of Bathrooms: 3
Square Footage: 2070
Year Built: 1958
Area: 125 - Coconino Estates
Description: Location with a mid century modern home backing the FUTS & Rio de Flag. Sin...
Listing Office: Best Flagstaff Homes Realty
Last Updated: June - 08 - 2024

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What Neighbors Are Saying About Living in Coconino Estates:

I grew up in Coconino Estates and spent most of my childhood in the “tree park” playing with my friends. No better place to climb a tree.”

I love the proximity to the Urban Trail. The Karen Cooper is the best trail in flagstaff!

The Ditch Pool is amazing!

I really like the big deciduous trees!

You know your neighbors so much better than every other part of town. Everyone goes on walks all the time!

EXPLORE Coconino Estates

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Distance To…

Grocery Store

1 mile

Arizona Snowbowl

12.5 miles


1.5 miles

Grand Canyon

78 miles


1.5 miles


146 miles


2 miles

Las Vegas

255 miles

School District

Residents of Coconino Estates live in the Flagstaff Unified School District. The assigned schools serving residents of Coconino Estates are the Charles W Sechrist Elementary School, Mount Elden Middle School, and Flagstaff High School. Although these schools primarily serve residents of Coconino Estates, the Flagstaff Unified School District allows for an open enrollment option for all 15 school sites that make up the district.

Neighborhood elevation

Coconino Estates sits at an elevation of 6,972 feet.

Famous For:

The Best of Coconino Estates

Best Trails...
  • Karen Cooper Trail- The Karen Cooper Trail in Flagstaff, Arizona is a 6.7-mile out-and-back trail that is great for all skill levels. The Karen Cooper Trail runs directly through Coconino Estates and offers beautiful views of the city and the surrounding mountains. 
  • Observatory Mesa Trail- The Observatory Mesa Trail in Flagstaff, Arizona is a beautiful and moderately difficult hike. The trailhead is located just 1.5 miles from Coconino Estates, and the trail itself is well-marked and easy to follow. The trail is a 6.4-mile out-and-back trail that does provide access to additional trials. The trail does gain about 770 feet in elevation, so it may be best to tackle it in the cooler months. 
  • Buffalo Park Trail- The Buffalo Park Trail is one of the most popular exercising trails in Flagstaff. The trailhead is located just a few minutes from Coconino Estates, and the trail itself is an easy hike with stunning views of the surrounding mountains. The Buffalo Park Trail is a 2-mile loop and is a great place to see wildflowers in bloom, and to watch for birds and other wildlife.
Best Things to Do...
  • Mountain biking
  • Hiking
  • Parks
  • Disc Golf
  • Snowboarding and Skiing
Best For...

The area is primarily residential except for a few scattered commercial properties including a gas station, a coffee shop, and some local restaurants. Coconino Estates is also known for housing several of Flagstaff’s active nonprofit organizations like the Grand Canyon Trust, the Museum of Northern Arizona, and the Pioneer Museum. The Karen Cooper Trail, a part of the Flagstaff Urban Trail System, runs through the center of the neighborhood providing residents easy access to many other nearby trails and parks including the locally beloved Frances Short Pond!

The History of Coconino estates

The Coconino Estates neighborhood in Flagstaff is a historic area with a rich history dating back to the early 20th century. Remnants of this era can still be seen today at the Pioneer Museum, an old hospital built in 1908 and converted into a museum preserving and sharing Flagstaff’s history. The neighborhood as it is known today on Flagstaff’s west side is a collection of Flagstaff subdivisions that were developed as the city expanded in the 1950s and 1960s.

Today, the Coconino Estates neighborhood is still home to a diverse mix of people, including families, retirees, and young professionals. The area retains its historic charm, and its beautiful homes and landscaping make it one of the most desirable neighborhoods in Flagstaff.

If Coconino Estates was an Netflix Series, it Would Be...

It would be The Sandlot. Not only does Coconino Estates have a wonderful park for community events like the summer music series but it also has a great baseball set up. However, better than both of those, is the community pool. It is a fantastic pool with lots of personality, think the Sandlot, and you can only use the pool if you live in Coconino Estates!

If Coconino Estates was a Cast Iron Recipe, it Would Be….

It would be slow-cooked pork spareribs with fresh corn on the cob and coleslaw. A traditional backyard barbeque enjoyed with your closest friends.

If Coconino Estates was a star wars character, it would be...

It would be Han Solo. It’s like the cool kid part of town where vests abound, hair is scruffy, and no one can tell you the odds. During winter months, you might just be frozen in Carbonite, too. 

If Coconino Estates was a cookie, it would be…

It would be an oatmeal cookie with coconut, cranberries and nuts. Wholesome, delicious and layers of flavor.

If Coconino Estates was a car, it would be…

It would be a Volkswagen Thing, unique, rare, and spunky.

If Coconino Estates was a professional athlete, it would be…

It would be Dennis Rodman, because of its unique style and variety.

Frequently Asked Questions
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What is the average home value in Coconino Estates?

Home prices went up 22% in Coconino Estates in 2022 compared to 2021. The median home sale price in 2021 was $649,000 and increased to $790,000 in 2022.

What is the average lot size in Coconino Estates?

Coconino Estates offers a wide range of lot sizes, however, most properties offer between O.16-0.4 acres!



Weather in Flagstaff

Weather in Flagstaff


With four distinct seasons, Flagstaff’s weather offers something for everyone. Warm and bright sunshine in the summer, chilly mornings with colorful aspens in the fall, snow with freezing temperatures in the winter, and a mix of everything in the spring. The average high in the summer is 80ºF and a low of 53ºF. During the cold season of late November to early March, the average daily high is below 49ºF. The hottest month is July and the coldest month is December. Flagstaff’s mountain elevation does bring summer monsoon storms that keep the trails in great shape and the hot days to a minimum.

Market Trends

Flagstaff has historically had a market based on high demand and low inventory. This creates a seller’s market, with buyers scooping up Flagstaff homes quickly as they come on the market. In the past 20 years, home prices have increased in Arizona by an average rate of 4.15%. In 2021 – they doubled! Although new homes are being built in Flagstaff and surrounding communities like Bellemont and Kachina Village, we expect it to continue to be a seller's market for years to come.

Our Community

Flagstaff is a tightly knit community that offers small-town vibes with all the city amenities you need. With its bustling downtown life, numerous mountain adventures and active Northern Arizona University campus, Flagstaff is home to a diverse community. Weekly summer farmer’s markets, art walks, theater happenings, local breweries, shopping and restaurants are all within walking distance of Downtown Flagstaff. There are seven national parks and monuments within 80 miles of Flagstaff, including Walnut National Monument and the Grand Canyon. With Sedona’s unique landscape just 45 minutes to the south and Snowbowl Ski Resort just 30 minutes to the north, Flagstaff is an outdoor lovers’ paradise.

Meet Your Local Flagstaff
Realty Team


Marian Armstrong


Linda Kiehne


Eric Davis


Kelly Kasprzyk


Tad Moore


Jessica Garard


Sara Holloway

Arin Wheeler

Arin Wheeler

Keith Cohen

Keith Cohen


Cody Bauer

With a combined 100 years of experience, the Best Flagstaff Homes Realty team knows a thing or two about Flagstaff neighborhoods. We’ve learned to navigate Flagstaff market trends with expertise, knowledge, great skill and care, and a lot of laughter! We’d love to be the team that introduces you to Flagstaff neighborhoods and helps you find what you’re looking for in your next home. Whether you’re a first-time buyer or already have some real estate experience under your belt, our experienced team will find you your dream home in Flagstaff.

Can’t wait to get started? Call us today at (928) 714-0001.

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120 N Beaver St. | Suite 100
Flagstaff, AZ 86001
(928) 714-0001
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