Sedona Real Estate News

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Nov. 30, 2020

Learn to Make Tasty Holiday Treats at Your Sedona Home

Learn to cook holiday treats at your Sedona home.Coconino Community College offers a variety of special noncredit classes to those who call Sedona home. In preparation for the upcoming holidays, consider registering for a virtual class called Let’s Cook! Holiday Treats That Make You Happy and Healthy. This class has two time slots available. Attend on Thursday, December 3rd from either noon to 1 p.m. or from 6 to 7 p.m.

This will be an interactive online cooking class where teacher Chris Kalinich will be in her kitchen and you will be learning in the comfort of your own kitchen at your Sedona home. Chris will teach all participants how to create delicious treats that are also healthy. Impress your friends and family with some new recipes that use many common ingredients you probably already have.

Sedona Real Estate Owners Can Customize Ingredients to Match Their Family’s Needs

The class will last for one hour and all participants will be able to ask questions at the end of class. Everyone will receive emails that have pre and post class information to help you be successful. The class also includes ingredient swaps to make holiday treats healthier as well as recipe adaptations to account for allergies or food sensitivities.

At the end, take advantage of a demonstration on how to package your creations for gift giving. The class will take place on Zoom. All participants will receive an email with the Zoom meeting information as well as class recipes 24 hours before the class. This is sure to be a fun time and everyone will leave the class with some terrific ideas for making holiday treats healthier. The class fee is only $22. Find more details about this class and register at the Coconino Community College website. While at the site, check out other non credit opportunities available through CCC to those living in Sedona real estate and the surrounding area.


Nov. 25, 2020

Folks Living in Sedona Have Thanksgiving Dinner at 89Agave Cantina

People living in Sedona eat at 89Agave Cantina for Thanksgiving.89Agave Cantina provides fresh Mexican cuisine to all living in Sedona. Open for lunch and dinner, this restaurant offers a fun and casual vibe in the heart of Uptown. Dishes are cooked simply using fresh, seasonal ingredients. The dining room features Mexican art and the street-side patios offer a vibrant dining experience. There are three outdoor patios that include the landmark yellow umbrellas, a great choice for safe outdoor dining. This is a terrific place to stop in for lunch, come for a special meal for a birthday or anniversary, or simply to come to take a night off from cooking. If you would rather dine at your Sedona home, call in an order to-go. Delivery is also available.

Sedona Property Owners Find Authentic Mexican Cuisine

The main menu offers a variety of selections. Try the chef inspired chili lime wings, the burger 89, signature enchiladas with verde chicken, beef machaca, or fresh vegetables, or the Sonoran guacamoles. Fajitas, quesadillas, nachos, and burritos are also on the menu. Other favorites include chili con queso, tamales de abuela, chopped or anco caesar salad, and original Mexian tacos. Try a signature margarita, bottle beer, draft beer, cocktail, or wine as well. The bar menu is extensive and there is something to satisfy every taste.

89Agave Cantina is open daily from 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. Special dining hours will be available on upcoming holidays from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Make your holidays simpler by dining out at 89Agave Cantina on Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas day, or New Year’s Eve. The restaurant is located at 254 N. Hwy. 89A in Sedona. Call 928.282.7200 with any questions or to call in a to-go order. Everyone living in Sedona is invited to learn more about 89Agave Cantina on their website and view the full menu there. Also find a link to order delivery and information about placing a to-go order. 


Nov. 23, 2020

Sedona Property Owners Get Creative at The Muse Gallery

Sedona property owners take classes at the Muse Gallery.The Muse Gallery offers many classes and events to those living in a Sedona property. This is a great chance to get out of the house, meet some new people, and express yourself creatively. Plus, you get to take home a beautiful creation of your own to use or display at your Sedona home. Get ready for holiday celebrations with Wine Glass Painting - Autumn Design on Wednesday, November 25th from 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. Loretta will be leading this class, which is very popular. Come ready to receive expert instruction to complete your masterpiece. All materials will be provided, and the class fee is $35. Register soon to ensure your spot.

If you can’t make this class, take a look at other upcoming options. Create a ceramic goddess, a Christmas rock cactus, a holiday Grinch glass, vintage plate art, or a mandala. There are many great holiday themed classes during the winter and watch for more options as the seasons change.

Go to The Muse Find the Work of Arts Living in Sedona

The Muse Gallery is located at 735 North Main Street in Cottonwood. Although times are tough and strange with COVID, The Muse strives to be the hub of boutique arts in the Verde Valley. Continue to watch for more events in the future. Also stop in to browse art items for sale to support local artists. Find some great pieces for your home or to give as gifts. Many options are also available on Etsy if you feel more comfortable shopping from your Sedona property right now.

There are many artists who are a part of The Muse Art Gallery Collective. This has grown into a supportive space for artists to come together to collaborate and be part of a community. If you are interested in participating in the upcoming wine glass event, sign up at The Muse Gallery website. While at the site, learn more about The Muse Gallery, browse upcoming classes, and find a link to their Etsy shop. 


Nov. 17, 2020

Enjoy Outdoor Sedona Real Estate at Posse Grounds Park

Play at the park on Sedona real estate.Posse Grounds Park has many amenities available to those living in Sedona real estate. This 78.3 acre park has two softball fields, a grass field, tennis courts, fitness trail, sand volleyball court, basketball court, bike skills park, an outdoor performance venue, dog park, pavilions, and a skate park There is something for any interest and many opportunities to get out of your Sedona home and enjoy the fresh air, sunshine, and gorgeous views. Bring a picnic, throw around a frisbee, let the kids run around on the playground, and watch for future special events.

Head to the Skate Park to Practice Tricks Close to Your Sedona Home

The skate park is a popular place and offers some great views. This skate park has been designed and built for scooters, BMX bicycles, roller skates, inline skates, and skateboards. Three wheeled, folding, and motorized scooters are not allowed. The skate park is open from dawn to dusk. All skaters may use this facility at their own risk and it is recommended to wear helmets and protective pads. Entrance is free and all skating levels are encouraged to come. There are designated areas for different levels of skaters. Bleacher seating is available so that skaters can take a break and relax or for spectators.

The skate park is located at 525-L Posse Ground Road in Sedona. The skate park is adjacent to the Hub, which is a venue available for rent, and across the road from the softball fields and basketball courts. It is possible to rent the skatepark, instructions are available on the Rental and Reservations page . The skate park could be a great place to hold a birthday party. Many other facilities at Posse Grounds Park are also available for rent. It’s a great way to hold an outdoor party away from your Sedona real estate. Find more details about the skate park, with links to other parks and the Rental and Reservations page at the Parks and Recreation webpage


Nov. 11, 2020

People Living in Sedona Attend Red Rocks Music Festival Concerts Live or Virtually

Music lovers living in Sedona love Red Rock Music Festival.Every year, music lovers living in Sedona look forward to the Red Rock Music Festival. In order to keep the music playing, the festival has made several changes. There are still opportunities to hear live music. On Sunday, November 15th, world-famous pianist Inna Faliks will give a concert entitled “Dialogues”. Social distancing guidelines will be observed, which means a limited number of tickets are available. Mask wearing is also encouraged.

Ms Faliks will play selections from Beethoven, Mozart, Liszt, Ravel, and Chopin. Interspersed will be modern compositions written specifically for her, from composers Maya Miro Johnson and Billy Childs. It’s sure to be a night to remember. The concert will be held at Sedona Creative Life Center, at 333 Schnebly Hill Road and will begin at 2:30 p.m. Tickets are $36. The venue is wheelchair accessible. Kids are welcome, too. This is a great opportunity for them to learn to enjoy classical music in a live setting.

Take Lessons from Your Sedona Home at the Virtual Music Institute

Musicians living in Sedona have a very special opportunity to participate in the Red Rocks Virtual Music Institute. Those who play violin, viola, cello, and piano can take lessons with the faculty of the institute, including renowned violinist Shlomo Mintz. Other faculty members include professors at many excellent music departments around the country.

Because of the pandemic, there have been fewer live concerts than usual. This has a huge impact on the Red Rock Music Festival’s ability to continue operating and bringing world-class classical music to Sedona residents. In order to support the festival, visit their website and make a donation. You can also listen to a concert given by Shlomo Mintz that includes the first movement from Vivaldi’s Four Seasons at your Sedona home. While you’re at the website, purchase tickets to the Inna Faliks piano concert and get information on lessons at the virtual institute. 


Nov. 9, 2020

Attend Wolf Week from the Comfort of Sedona Property

Learn about wolves at your Sedona property.Whether you’re searching for the perfect Sedona property or have been living in Sedona for some time, you’ve probably heard the area’s wolves howling at night. Wolves are fascinating, mysterious creatures, with a lot of myths and fears swirling around them. In order to help people understand wolves better, Sedona Wolf Week was founded in 2016. Over time, Wolf Week has evolved and expanded to include all wildlife, while still emphasizing the special place wolves have in the natural ecosystem. This year it will be an entirely online event. The silver lining, of course, is the fact that people from all over the world can attend.

Everyone Living in Sedona is Invited to Attend Virtually

Sedona Wolf Week kicks off on Tuesday, November 10th at 11:15 with an introduction to Apex Protection Project and Plan B to Save Wolves. Both groups work hard to protect and conserve wolf populations and will benefit from proceeds raised during Wolf Week. Afterward, meet an ambassador pack from Apex Protection Project from their home in California. You can also meet the host Tonya June Moore, bid on silent auction items, and hear announcements for the rest of the week.

Many events are free to attend. However, some do require purchasing a ticket. For instance, on Tuesday, you can purchase a ticket for $11 to watch a film entitled Wolves Return, then attend a follow-up question and answer period with the filmmaker, producer, and a conservation scientist. On Thursday from 4:30 to 7:30 p.m., a $22 ticket will give you access to Happy Hour with Doug Smith, Rick McIntyre and Carter Niemeyer. They will tell stories and take questions from attendees. There will also be fun games and prizes.

These are just a few examples of Sedona Wolf Week events. There will be many presentations on the challenges facing them, along with stories and myths that show how humans have understood them in times past. Interested Sedona property owners should visit the website to find the full schedule, purchase tickets, and make a donation.


Nov. 5, 2020

Sedona Home Sales Update October 2020 Stat vs October 2019

Here's our infographic for Sedona real estate sales in October 2020 compared to October 2019.  The market seemed to slow a bit but then this past week, it's been busy as ever.  Typically we'll see a slow down over the holidays and it will pick up again in mid to late January.  This is a great time to buy because the available homes may briefly increase overall with a little more market time.

October 2020 - Sedona real estate statistics

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Troy and Susan


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Nov. 4, 2020

The Marigold Mural Projects Celebrates Loved Ones on Sedona Real Estate

Sedona real estate owners celebrate their dead loved ones.Tlaquepaque Arts and Shopping Village offers great shopping opportunities as well as many events and activities to those living in Sedona real estate. There are exciting things happening all year. Next up is the Marigold Mural Project. This event will take place from 11 a.m. on Wednesday, November 4th through 5 p.m. on Saturday, November 7th, 2020. This annual event has a new format and will be great fun for everyone who participates. A mural titled “Tree of Life: Messages of Love” will be up throughout this entire event. It was created by the artist Lovejoy and will be a tribute to lost loved ones.

Bring a Tribute from Your Sedona Home or Create One on Site

Everyone that lives in Sedona real estate is invited to contribute to this work. Bring a letter, photo, drawing, or painting that measures 4” x 6” or smaller to be included in the mural. It is recommended that people create their tribute at their Sedona home, but markers and note cards will be available on site for those who need them. All materials will be sanitized between uses. When the event is over, all contributions will be taken down, blessed and disposed of. Pictures of the final mural will be available at the Tlaquepaque website for all to view.

Tlaquepaque Arts and Shopping Village is located at 336 State Route 179 in Sedona. Daily hours of operation are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. While coming to see and contribute to the mural, stop in to the specialty shops, galleries, and jewelry stores. Grab a bite to eat at one of the many restaurants and enjoy the sculpture garden on the banks of Oak Creek. There is much to see here and Tlaquepaque is a great place to come shop for gifts. Read more about Tlaquepaque Arts and Shopping Village and find more details about the Marigold Mural Project and other upcoming events online


Nov. 2, 2020

Fuel Up for a Hike Near Your Sedona Home at Energy Cafe

Fuel up for a hike on Sedona real estate.When enjoying a hike away from your Sedona home, it is important to fuel your body with good food. The Energy Cafe at The Hike House is ready to prepare your mind and body for time on the trail. The Hike House is located at 431 State Route 179 in Sedona. Hours of operation are Monday through Saturday from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m and Sundays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Stop in before exploring the area near your Sedona real estate.

Enjoy a cup of coffee as well as a nutritious breakfast before hitting the trail in the Coconino National Forest. There is a coffee bar and a pre-hike breakfast station with granolas, cereals, bagels, and coffee cakes. Also make your own trail mix, take a look at homemade all natural granola bars, energy drinks, juices, waters, and a variety of protein bars, energy bars, and recovery bars. In addition, there is an all natural smoothie and yogurt bar.

Learn From Experienced Sedona Real Estate Hikers

While at the Energy Cafe at The Hike House, chat with professional hikers who can answer your questions. Take a look at the Sedona Trail Finder and get tips for a successful day of exploring the beautiful Sedona terrain. Plot your course for some amazing scenery. The Hike House also has footwear, gear, and hiking apparel and offers guided adventures and free hiking clinics.

When you are finished with your hike, stop back at the Energy Cafe to relax on the patio. Rehydrate and feel refreshed with a smoothie or fresh juice and swap trail stories with other hikers. Munch on one of “Mama’s Red Rock Trail Cookies” to rebuild your strength before your drive back to your Sedona home. Adventure awaits in Sedona and the Energy Cafe at The Hike House is ready to help get you on your way. Learn more about this business and cafe online


Oct. 28, 2020

Get Pampered Near Your Sedona Home at The Spa at Poco Diablo Resort

Get a massage near your Sedona home.What a wild year it’s been, and we’re not even done yet. If you’ve been feeling stressed out or anxious with working from your Sedona home, consider taking some time for yourself. The Spa at Poco Diablo Resort is open for both guests of the resort and others. A massage is a great way to relax and de-stress. The Spa offers several options. Swedish, deep tissue, or hot stones will all help to work out the knots in your muscles leaving you feeling lighter. Prenatal massage is also offered to expecting mothers and is a great way to treat your hard-working body. Each massage can be either 60 or 90 minutes long. If your feet need some extra love after hiking in beautiful Sedona real estate, add on Trail’s End Food Spa. This can also be a stand-alone treatment. Choose either 30 or 60 minutes.

Sedona Real Estate Owners Relax in the Beautiful Spa

If you’re looking to get your nails done, The Spa offers several options. Have a manicure, pedicure, or both. Men are welcome, as well as women. Each treatment starts with a soak in lavender salt water and includes a massage and hot towels. Your hands and feet have never felt so great! Add on special nail care options, like a new polish color, French polish, or a vegan alternative.

Men and women can also choose from a variety of facials and body treatments. Each treatment uses high-quality, eco-friendly and organic products, giving the best results as gently as possible.

If you need a haircut or a style for a special occasion, The Spa is the perfect place. They also offer highlights, balayage, and lowlights. Check out the gallery of updos to see how creative the stylists are.

Sedona home owners are invited to visit The Spa at Poco Diablo to learn more about these and other spa and salon services.