Beautiful Views of Rimrock (Lake Montezuma)!

Amazing location in Red Rock Country


This property has been sold

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You’re sure to be pleased by the incredible panoramic views from this lot: Sedona red rocks, Mingus Mountain, other local mountains and hills… and get this- nestled between the red rocks you can see the San Francisco Peaks! Great property worth building the perfect home.

The best part is that this property is centrally located just 20 minutes from Sedona, 45 minutes to Flagstaff, 60 minutes to Prescott and 90 minutes to Phoenix. This really is a great place to go where you can spend time with loved ones can do whatever you please on your own acreage. Whether you build your forever dream home or use it as your base to explore the area. Isn’t now the time to unwind and spend more quiet moments on this beautiful property. Come by and see this amazing lot. It won’t last long.

July is the hottest month with an average high temperature of 100.2°, which ranks it as about average compared to other places in Arizona. There are 3 comfortable months with high temperatures in the range of 70-85°. The most pleasant months of the year are April, October and March. December has the coldest nighttime temperatures with an average of 26.7°. This is colder than most places in Arizona.

August is the wettest month with 2.1 inches of rain, and the driest month is June with 0.2 inches. The wettest season is Autumn with 29% of yearly precipitation and 17% occurs in Summer, which is the driest season. The annual rainfall of 14.2 inches means that it is wetter than most places in Arizona.

Property Address: 4895 N Red Sand Blvd Rimrock, AZ 86335

Lot Dimensions:
Front Side: 168.96 feet
Right Side: 89.76 feet
Left Side: 147.84 feet
Rear Side: 79.2 feet

GPS Coordinates (4 corners):
34.6407, -111.7849 – NW
34.6407, -111.7845 – NE
34.6405, -111.7844 – E
34.6403, -111.7846 – S

Water & Power Utilities

This lot is undeveloped and has not had water or power service in the past. Although, it is available in the subdivision.

Arizona Water Company
Phone (928) 282-7092 or 1-800-696-0595

Arizona Public Service Company
(800) 240-2014

Property Information

Parcel Size

0.259 Acres




Yavapai County

Nearest Cities

Camp Verde / Sedona

Parcel #



4895 N Red Sand Blvd Rimrock, AZ 86335




Not in a Flood Zone


Desert / Hill / Slope

Buildable Lot?



Yes, once a residence is permitted

Mobile Home?

Not allowed


Required to build


Yes, available

Buying Process

When purchasing land from us, you have several choices; pay in full for immediate title transfer and ownership, or pay over time (seller financing) receiving title after all payments are made… [Learn More]   


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Gravel Road

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Yes, available in the subdivision

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Yes, available in the subdivision

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34.6405, -111.7846

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R1L-10 – Residential; Single Family Limited

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3653 ft

Driving Directions

This property is easily accessed via maintained roads. Directions from Phoenix:

1. Head northwest on I-17 N toward Exit 201A.

2. Take exit 201A toward AZ-179 N/Sedona.

3. Merge onto AZ-179 N/N State Route 179.

4. Turn left onto US-89 N/E Beaver Creek Dr.

5. Turn left onto N Red Sand Blvd.

6. Destination will be on the right at 4895 N Red Sand Blvd Rimrock, AZ 86335.

Did you know that you can click this link and open the map below on your phone or other device and then follow this map directly to the property?

Buying Process

When purchasing land from us, you have several choices; pay in full for immediate title transfer and ownership, or pay over time (seller financing) receiving title after all payments are made… [Learn More]   

Nearby Attractions/City

Sedona, Arizona

As the story of this community’s early history goes, T.C. and Sedona Schnebly were attracted to Upper Oak Creek or Camp Garden both names were being used at that time. Strangely, these names were totally appropriate because during the past 100 years, numerous families and individuals have been drawn here by the raving descriptions of friends and relatives. In the case of T.C. and Sedona, it was T.C’s brother, Dorsey Ellsworth Schnebly, who discovered Red Rock Country while seeking an ideal climate and atmosphere for his health. According to the recorded testimony of Ellsworth Schnebly, son of T.C. and Sedona, his uncle was inspired by the discovery of towering red rocks interfused with forested greenery, as well as vast acreage surrounded by meandering, clear Oak Creek.

Various reports indicate that T.C. suggested calling the post office Schnebly Station, then Red Rock Crossing and even Oak Creek Station and most of these reports state that the names were not accepted by the government because they were too long to fit on a cancellation stamp. Subsequently, T.C’s brother, Dorsey Ellsworth, thought of submitting the name of T.C’s wife, Sedona. And after telling T.C. that in the person there was a character that would stand well as a symbol for the community, he turned to Sedona and said, You’re going to have a town named after you.

Montezuma Castle

On December 8, 1906, President Theodore Roosevelt celebrated the passage of the Antiquities Act by declaring four sites of historic and cultural significance as our nation’s first National Monuments. Among these was Montezuma Castle, which the President identified as a place “of the greatest ethnological value and scientific interest.” Although very few original artifacts remained in the structure due to intensive looting of the site, Roosevelt’s decision assured the continued protection of one of the best preserved prehistoric cliff dwellings in North America.

Montezuma Castle National Monument quickly became a destination for America’s first car-bound tourists. In 1933, “Castle A”, a 45-50 room, pueblo ruin was excavated, uncovering a wealth of artifacts and greatly enhanced our understanding of the Sinagua people who inhabited this riparian “oasis” along Beaver Creek for over 400 years.

Now, approximately 350,000 people a year gaze through the the windows of the past during a visit to Montezuma Castle. Even 600 years after their departure, the legacy of the Sinagua people continues to inspire the imaginations of this and future generations.

Flagstaff, Arizona

Soon after Arizona became American territory from Mexico in 1848, the U.S. Congress began to explore the Nation’s new territories, Between 1857 and 1860, Lt. Edward Beale was sent to build a road across northern Arizona. He sent glowing reports to Congress, telling them how the Flagstaff area was rich in grasslands, water and timber. Once the Beale Road was established it became well traveled by emigrants going to California. On July 4, 1876, a group of travelers camped at a small spring with the peaks looming overhead. In honor of the nation’s centennial, they stripped a pine tree of its branches and bark and raised an American flag. When they moved on, their “flag staff” became a landmark for all of those who followed.

Located in the high country mountains of northern Arizona, Flagstaff’s four seasons are enviable by many. Winter adventures await in Arizona’s officially designated Winter Wonderland with an average 108″ of snow fall in downtown, while Spring offers breathtaking beauty of blooms in the world’s largest contiguous emerald green ponderosa pine forest.

Summer temperatures average in the low 80s with sapphire blue skies and crisp mountain air, while the bounty continues into Fall with a panoramic canvas of quaking aspen and foliage offering hues of reds and purples.

About Us

Plot and Parcels is a privately owned land investment firm with a strong reputation in the real estate investment community for our ability to find great investment opportunities. Honesty and integrity are the cornerstones that we’ve built our business on. We work hard to get the best possible price on vacant rural land, and offer it for sale at a steep discount. There’s no obligation to get in touch with us and see what we’re all about or to view our available land for sale.