Historic House Listings

Those views! Arizona’s most expensive old house listing has changed!

April 22, 2018

Arizona’s most expensive old house listing has changed. (Circa, 1700-1940) Built in 1930 in Tubac, Arizona. Located on over 1,000 acres!! Those views!! Multiple houses on the property. You wouldn’t need to ever leave to go on vacation. $4,995,000

From the Zillow listing:


Beautiful 1232.92 acre So. Az. ranch with both level irrigated and high desert pastures, paved entry roads, a stunning 1930”s era adobe main home/grounds, approx. 1838 ft of I-19 frontage road, all straddling approx. 1.2 miles of the Santa Cruz River near Tubac Golf Resort. 1359.5 acre/feet of IGFR water rights (145 of 312 acres currently irrigated from 2 primary irrigation wells). Stunning masonry/stucco entry wall, mature trees & irrigated lawns circle 6484 sq/ft, 7BR, 4.5BA main home w/tiled roofs, hardwood floors, basement, hacienda patios (surrounding pool), private pond. Detached 4 car garage, guest and caretaker houses. Farm & ranch equipment available. Adobe barn w/metal roof, shop, outbuildings. A classic Santa Cruz River ranch just 38 miles S. of Tucson. Available all or part Rancho de Pajaros Migratorios (PM) Ranch. Paved roads and a classic stucco block entry wall lead to the main home (headquarters), a stunning 1930”s era adobe main home, outbuildings, ponds and irrigated grounds. The main home features a large stucco front walled entry, mature pecan, pine, mesquite trees and irrigated lawns line the circular entrance drive. Built in the early 1930”s, the main homes fabulous plastered mud adobe exterior walls, tiled roofs, elegant hard wood floors, fixtures/finishes grace the 7BR, 4.5BA Mission style main home. Multiple basement rooms include a library/den, bar, storage, and utility support areas. Built in oak door walk in refrigerator and freezer also reside in the basement just below the Butlers Pantry. Hacienda patios surround a stunning pool, deck, lawns and private pond. Mountain & river canopy views abound. A detached 4 car garage and guest houses also appoint the grounds. Parcels 111-31-004 and 111-31-004A are also west of the river and total of 36.25 acres. A 1073 sq/ft, 3BR block and stucco 1945 home is on the property. The property is served by a easement as a front entry road immediately adjacent to the Chavez Siding Interchange (exit 40). Historical use of this acreage included some agricultural development from the properties Type 1 (95.7 acre/ft/annual) water right and existing submersible well. Electric and phone also serve the property. The property to the east of the Santa Cruz River (approx. 1084 acres) of current and formally irrigated farmland separated into seven separate and fenced fields and pastures, along with heavy mesquite and grasslands at the far east portions approaching the foothills and adjacent mesas. A 3000 sq/ft (6000 sq/ft under roof) metal covered adobe barn, metal roof covered machine and workshop area, and caretaker”s mobile home are located within the irrigated pastures area and served by a domestic and livestock well (55-610529). In addition, adjoining the irrigated fields to the North and East is a separate 560 acre high desert plateau (kick out) pasture with separate fencing and two ranch livestock water wells (55-625425 and 55-625426)