Flagstaff Ranch Homes for Sale
Flagstaff Ranch HOMES & PROPERTIES
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Sitting at 7,000 ft and home to the largest contiguous ponderosa pine forest in the world, Flagstaff is as unique to its state of Arizona as each neighborhood within Flagstaff is unique to the city. We often hear Flagstaff residents say they love the tight-knit community feel that Flagstaff neighborhoods bring. Learn more about what makes each neighborhood unique and what you can expect if you consider buying a home here.
On the far west side of town, Flagstaff Ranch offers the privacy and security of being a gated community centered around a beautiful 18-hole golf course offering breathtaking views of the San Francisco peaks. Situated only five miles from downtown means residents don’t have to compromise on proximity to all of their favorite places in town.
What Neighbors Are Saying About Living in Flagstaff Ranch:
“If Flag Ranch was a band, I think it would be Waylon Jennings. Waylon could be down to earth but when performing he would usually be in a nice shirt, hat and boots with a big belt buckle. Flag Ranch is gated but can be a down to earth place to live and play golf.”
“If Flag Ranch was a Star Wars character, I think it would be Princess Leia. Elegant, classic, but still down to earth and approachable. Perfect for the scruffy-looking nerf-herder.”
“We couldn’t be happier with our purchase and our experience in the Flagstaff Ranch community. The setting and golf course are gorgeous and there are great amenities for all ages. The residents and staff are welcoming and create a great family atmosphere. We recommend Flagstaff Ranch without hesitation!”
EXPLORE FLAGSTAFF RANCH
Residents of Flagstaff Ranch live in the Flagstaff Unified School District. The nearest public schools to Flagstaff Ranch are DeMiguel Elementary School, Mount Elden Middle School, and Flagstaff High School. The Flagstaff Unified School District is comprised of 15 school sites and with open enrollment residents of Flagstaff Ranch have the option of attending any school in the district as long as there is enough classroom space to accommodate the student.
Flagstaff Ranch sits at an elevation of 7,122 ft.
Flagstaff Ranch is a gated, golf-centered community. The neighborhood surrounds an 18-hole golf course and its 25,000 square foot clubhouse that offers dining options, a lounge for members and guests, a billiards room, meeting rooms, locker rooms, and more! In addition to the clubhouse, residents will also have access to the Community Center which houses a pool, spa, fitness center, tennis courts, pickleball courts, and grills!
- Dry Lake trail
This 0.8 mile trail runs parallel to W Kittie Lane from Flag Ranch Road to Woody Mountain Road. The entirety of the Dry Lake trail is an aggregate surface and 93% of the trail has grades of less than 5%, with the maximum grade only being 7%.
- Flagstaff Loop- West trail
Located less than two miles from Flagstaff Ranch, this portion of the Flagstaff Loop, a multipurpose, non-motorized 44 mile loop that circles the city of flagstaff, is 1.7 miles long and runs from Woody Mountain Road to Soldiers trail.
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- Private, gated community
- Access to clubhouse amenities
Flagstaff Ranch Membership Fees:
Property ownership in Flagstaff Ranch requires the purchase of either a Resident Golf Membership or a Resident Social Membership. A Resident Golf Membership has a $60,000 initial fee and a $620 monthly fee and provides full access to all of the Club’s facilities and amenities including unlimited use of the golf course, golf practice facilities, golf shop, tennis, fitness center, swimming, dining, clubhouse, golf tournaments, social related events, and activities. A Resident Social Membership has a $30,000 initial fee and a $322 monthly fee and provides access to the golf shop, tennis, fitness center, swimming, dining, clubhouse, and two rounds of golf a month. Privileges of both memberships will be extended to the Member’s spouse and unmarried children under the age of 25.
The History of Flagstaff Ranch
Flagstaff Ranch opened in 2003 and has established itself as a premier golf club and community. The 18-hole course that sits at the center of the neighborhood was designed by US Open Champion Jerry Pate, and offers stunning views of the San Francisco peaks off in the horizon as well as abundant wildlife that call the lush Ponderosa Pine Forest home.
If Flagstaff Ranch Was A Netflix Series, It Would Be….
If Flag Ranch was a Netflix Series, I think it would be Red Oaks, a hilarious Netflix series set in a 1980’s country club community on the East Coast. So basically the only thing that is a match is that Flag Ranch is a wonderful golf and tennis community. If you are a “long ball” hitter, than Flag Ranch is the golf course for you. A bit more yardage than the other golf communities.
If Flag Ranch Was A cast iron recipe, it would be...
If Flag Ranch was a cast iron recipe, I think it would be Peach Cobler.
Frequently Asked Questions About Flagstaff Ranch:
What are the membership fees for Flagstaff Ranch?
The Golf Membership initiation fee is $60,000 with a monthly fee of $620 in addition to the monthly $198 HOA and $100 Capital fees for a combined total of $918. The Social Membership initiation fee is $30,000 with a monthly fee of $322 in addition to the monthly $198 HOA and $52 Capital fees for a combined total of $572.
Is the Flagstaff Ranch Golf Club open to the general public?
Flagstaff Ranch Golf Club is a private club so it is not open to non-members however there are non-resident membership options available. A non-resident membership has a $40,000 initiation fee with a $620 monthly due and a $100 monthly capital due. A trial membership is a $2,000 initiation fee for a 6-month membership with $620 monthly due for a family membership or $436 monthly due for a single membership.
What is the average home value in Flagstaff Ranch?
The typical home value is $1,008,405.
What is the average lot size in Flagstaff Ranch?
Lot sizes can vary from 0.14 acres to an acre or more.
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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.
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.
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
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.
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