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- 1201 E. John Wesley Powell Blvd. - Flagstaff
- Arizona 86005 - United States
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Flagstaff, Arizona real estate and golf - Come golf Arizona at Pine Canyon which features some of the finest Flagstaff homes and Arizona golf available. For great Arizona golf in the high country, look into Flagstaff real estate at The Pine Canyon Club. Pine Canyon's Arizona golf is world-class with an 18-hole, Jay-Morrish designed championship golf course. Golf Arizona at The Pine Canyon Club. For Arizona homes and Flagstaff homes with privacy and exclusivity look into real estate in Flagstaff's high country.
The Pine Canyon Club offers Arizona homes and homesites located within a private 650-acre masterplanned community that is a jewel of Flagstaff real estate. This prime Flagstaff real estate will offer a variety of lot sizes for custom builds, as well as townhomes and cottage homes. In addition to Flagstaff golf, Pine Canyon will offer families great recreational facilities with hiking, biking, swimming and tennis. These Flagstaff homes are centered around a private golf club that features exquisite dining. This Arizona golf community is just mile south of Northern Arizona University and is surrounded by state trust land. Real estate in Flagstaff and Flagstaff homes are highly coveted, with mild, yet glorious seasons in a forest paradise. Here, under the shadow of Four Peaks, nowhere will Flagstaff golf be more challenging than at The Pine Canyon Club. It's truly Arizona golf at its peak.
Just 1/2 mile south of Northern Arizona University, almost completely surrounded by Federal Forest Service Land, The Pine Canyon Club affords homeowners a high degree of solitude and a comfortable retreat. Here, you're not just buying a homesite, you're buying into a whole new way of life. One that gives you plenty of room to roam. This 600+ acre masterplanned community will offer a variety of lot sizes for custom builds, as well as townhomes and cottage homes.
Northern Arizona is a wellspring of timeless, natural beauty. Here, you can enjoy the four seasons in all their glory; the wildflowers of spring, the blue skies of summer, the riot of color n fall and the crisp scent of pine in winter. You can also enjoy some of the country's most popular travel destinations, just a short drive away. Nearby Sedona is red rock country, complete with majestic buttes and scenic Oak Creek. It's also a popular artist's colony.
Flagstaff is the end of historic Route 66 and home to Northern Arizona University, a bustling college town complete with eclectic boutiques and eateries. Arizona's high country offers a variety of year-round activities. There's exciting downhill skiing and boarding at Arizona Snowbowl, just north of Flagstaff. And Mormon Lake is a cross-country skier's paradise. A trip to Lake Powell holds a lot of water. This magnificent 186-mile-long reservoir is surrounded by magnificent canyons, secret coves and huge arches of stone.
It's the perfect place to get lost for a week and go houseboating, swimming, fishing and exploring. Petrified Forest National Park in northeastern Arizona features one of the world's largest and most colorful concentrations of petrified wood, as well as the multi-hued badlands of the Painted Desert. And the grandest spot of all; the Grand Canyon, known for it's incomparable vistas and ever-changing hues. Both are just a short drive from The Pine Canyon Club.
Flagstaff is the largest city in Northern Arizona. At 7,000 feet, it sits at the base of the breathtaking San Francisco Peaks. This year-round mecca for visitors is the gateway to the Grand Canyon, and home to Northern Arizona University. Scenic alpine beauty abounds, with wildflower prairies, towering pines and bright yellow aspen forests. Nearby Snow Bowl is a popular snow skiing destination where downhill, cross country, snowmobiling and snowboarding are all available. You can also visit Lowell Observatory where the planet Pluto was discovered. See Native American displays at The Museum of Northern Arizona. Or take a short drive to Sunset Crater National Monument. In addition to the Visitor's Center and Chamber of Commerce, there are numberous art galleries, a symphony orchestra and a community chorale, recreation centers, libraries, parks, public and private golf courses, an ice skating rink, tennis courts, a bowling alley, a skeet-and-trap faciltiy and several indoor theater screens.
In the heart of Arizona's Red Rock Country is the town of Sedona. It's a spectacular setting where brilliant red rock formations tower over the skyline, almost glowing in the morning and afternoon light. Oak Creek runs through the town, bordered by woody glades and unique boulders. A section of the creek, known as Slide Rock, is a popular watering hole for families. Kids love slipping and slithering down this natural rockslide. The town is also famous for its artist's galleries, spa resorts, 4x4 jeep tours, scenic drives and extensive trail network. Sedona also is a pleasure seekers paradise. The French-country ambiance of L'Auberge de Sedona beckons, with its gourmet dining and charming creekside cottages. And shoppers won't want to miss Tlaquepaque, the town's walled "Spanish village" featuring unique boutiques and eateries.
With more than 35 years of experience and 50 golf courses to his credit, Morrish is one of the most well respected golf course designers in the world. In Arizona, he is responsible for a number of the Grand Canyon State's nationally recognized courses including our sister course The Stone Canyon Club; Forest Highlands and Troon Golf and Country and Club, both of which have been rated among the top 100 courses in the world. Other noted Arizona courses include The Boulders, TPC Scottsdale and The Rim Club.
Morrish began his career in 1964 when he served a four year apprenticeship with Robert Trent Jones, and two years with George Fazio, father of noted Arizona architect Tom Fazio. In 1972, he joined Jack Nicklaus' design support firm, working on all the Nicklaus golf courses built through 1982, including Desert Highlands in Scottsdale, which hosted the first two Skins Games in 1983 and 1984.
A short two-mile hike from Pine Canyon will lead you to spectacular Walnut Canyon where over 800 years ago, the inhabitants built their dwellings on the cliff faces, sheltered in caves. These people made their living growing corn, gathering and hunting. The Sinagua were the canyon's only permanent residents and they lived in the cliff dwellings for little more than 100 years.
The Flagstaff Urban Trail System (FUTS) is designed for interconnecting residential areas to commercial centers, cultural centers, schools (including Northern Arizona University), recreational areas, public lands, and other points of interest within and beyond the city limits. The urban trails program also provides alternative non-motorized transportation corridors throughout the City of Flagstaff. FUTS also allows access to the cross-state Arizona Trail, the extensive trail system on the Coconino National Forest, and the Flagstaff Bikeways Network. The “backbone” of the system consists of 20 miles of trails. Secondary linkages will be developed to bring the total mileage to 50 miles. Equestrians are asked to use the natural surfacing adjacent to the trails.
With meticulous attention paid to layout, landscape, grooming and design, Pine Canyon takes full advantage of the sweeping views, sloping grounds, and soaring pine tree forest, making it home to one of the most spectacular mountain golf courses Arizona has ever seen. The Jay Morrish Signature course also offers multiple tee pads at every hole, as well as a practice area with putting greens and a driving range.
This picturesque, player-friendly layout boasts broad fairways, open-entry greens and a pleasant year-round climate. Located seven thousand feet above sea level in Flagstaff, two hours north of Phoenix, it's a versatile test with stellar views of the San Francisco Peaks. Although woven through the elevated ponderosa-pine forest, the routing remains eminently walkable.
Pine Canyon is a new private golf community nestled in the woods of Flagstaff, Arizona. A fresh mountain breeze stirs the fragrant pines and conjures an unmistakable sense of calm and sanctuary here. The Jay Morrish Signature Golf course heightens the already elevated beauty of these surroundings while the community’s home selections and many amenities combine to make this one of the West’s most desirable places to live.
Up at Pine Canyon they like to say that you’re 7,000 feet closer to heaven and when you’re here, it really does feel that way. Unlike other Phoenix area “mountain getaways,” summer highs are always significantly cooler, averaging in the 70s. But this is more than a summer retreat. With four gorgeous seasons, a temperate climate and spectacular scenery, Pine Canyon makes for a splendid year-round residence. You do get a sense that those fortunate enough to have a home at Pine Canyon really have made it to the top — in more ways than one. Here, days unfold amid more than 600 acres of some of the most beautifully forested altitudes in Arizona, such as the towering San Francisco Peaks where Pine Canyon is neatly tucked away at the base.
Folks are very serious about protecting and preserving the pine-covered terrain here. The City of Flagstaff has recognized Pine Canyon as a fire-safe community for its forestry management initiatives. The majestic mountains surrounding Pine Canyon give this area its spirit offering many pleasures for outdoor adventurers, including the famed Arizona SnowBowl, a winter skiing resort only 14 miles away from the community. Pine Canyon is almost completely surrounded by Federal Forest Service land, offering residents miles and miles of hiking, biking and mountain exploration literally at their doorstep.
A trail leads from inside the community to dramatic Walnut Canyon, an ancient Native American settlement and favorite mountain hike in the area. Centrally located in the heart of northern Arizona’s majestic high country, Pine Canyon’s impeccable setting opens the door to a world of attractions, activities and experiences. From the red rocks of Sedona, to the ultramarine waters of Lake Powell, a myriad of natural wonders are within easy reach of Pine Canyon residents. Even the incomparable Grand Canyon is just a short drive north of this perfectly located mountain retreat.
A survey of private golf communities quickly reveals that Pine Canyon offers an array of amenities beyond compare. This natural setting features an abundance of wooded trails, winding streams and clear lakes, some offering catch-and release fishing. The community is designed to bring residents together and provide countless hours of activities and recreation. Fire pits for bonfires on brisk autumn nights and an outdoor amphitheater, ideal for parties and weddings, add to the charm of the surroundings.
Construction on the clubhouse is also underway. When complete, this spacious facility will offer both casual and formal dining, a lounge, men’s and women’s locker rooms, outdoor tennis courts, a fullsized and fully equipped fitness center, whirlpool, lap pool and a play pool for youngsters.
The centerpiece of Pine Canyon is the endlessly entertaining, and challenging, Jay Morrish Signature golf course. Morrish has earned much praise for the design and construction of several golf courses ranked in the top 100 in the United States, and his unerring taste and daring style shines through his work at Pine Canyon. This rolling mountain course is characterized by an unforgettable blend of continuously changing elevations, lush fairways, captivating scenery, and strategic use of lakes, ponds and cascading streams. It offers multiple tee pads at every hole, so players of all levels can enjoy it. For the serious golfer, there’s an extensive practice area with putting greens, chipping areas, a driving range and an experienced pro staff. Although Pine Canyon residents are not required to purchase a golf membership, it’s hard to imagine passing on the breathtaking beauty and everyday “playability” of this fine mountain course.
It’s easy to see how owning Pine Canyon property ensures a valuable legacy for residents and their families. Over 260 homesites have sold at a brisk pace, with a limited number available for purchase in Phase Two. So if you’re thinking of making your home here, you might want to hurry. Pine Canyon offers a variety of residential options from which to choose. A custom homesite allows you to build your own residence within the community’s tasteful architectural guidelines. Better still, there’s no deadline for building, so you can hold on to your parcel as long as you wish and build when the time is right.
If you’re looking for the convenience of immediate move-in, you may want to consider Pine Canyon’s custom homes and the newly opened Creekside Village. Ranging from 2,400 to over 3,000 square feet, these elegant residences are impressive in beauty, quality and location. Homes are available in five models, all tastefully styled from rich combinations of wood, metalwork and Telluride stone to capture the full mountain flavor of Pine Canyon. An outstanding selection of handsome attached villas will be released fall 2005, along with a collection of attractively priced Clubhouse Lodges. The variety and quality of Pine Canyon’s residential options extends to its array of membership offerings. Residents may join as golfing members or sports members, or they may choose to not join at all.
If you’re now ready to learn more about life 7,000 feet closer to heaven, the people at Pine Canyon would be delighted to give you a tour.
The United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization formed a World Heritage Committee which inscribed 690 properties worldwide to its World Heritage List, a list of cultural treasures endemic to various countries. For instance, one of Australia's WH sites is the Great Barrier Reef. The Grand Canyon received its nomination and inception on October 26, 1979.
January - This is the time of year to visit the colorful and historic southwest. Temperatures in places like Phoenix are down nearly 40 degrees from the oppressive levels of summer with average lows below 40°F and highs in the middle 60s. It can be occasionally very warm - the highest on record is a warm 88°F. Chilly nights are common in the dry desert air. Cold nights usually give way to mild days. If you plan a visit to the desert, be aware it can be very cold at night. It has been as cold as 17°F in Phoenix and 16°F in Tucson. If you want to travel to the mountains, you might find heavy snow. Flagstaff averages 20.4 inches of snow in January (around 100 inches for the season).