Sedona Real Estate News

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Aug. 16, 2021

Sedona Real Estate Owners Celebrate the End of Summer at Tlaquepaque Toy Town

Sedona real estate owners go to Sip and Shop at Toy Town.The end of summer is always bittersweet. The weather is cooling down, which is great. But for kids from Sedona real estate, school has started or is about to. To take the sting out of the end of summer, head to Tlaquepaque Toy Town and Half Pint Kid’s Boutique. On Friday, August 20th, they’re hosting an end of summer Sip and Shop bash from 4 to 7 p.m. Kids can enjoy tasty snacks, while their parents relax with drinks. Enter to win cool giveaways. Both stores are also offering 15% off any purchase made that day.

Tlaquepaque Toy Town offers a unique selection of toys and games. With such a huge variety, you’ll find something for all the kids at your Sedona home to enjoy. From adorable baby toys to fun things to encourage older kids’ imaginations, they have it all. Kids can cool off and come up with fun games in one of the air forts. Just add a box fan, and kids will have hours of screen-free playtime. Add in a couple of costumes or some imaginative toys from Melissa and Doug, and the creative juices start flowing.

Find Great Toys, Games, and Clothes for the Kids at Your Sedona Home

If your kids have grown out of their swimsuits, Half Pint Kid’s Boutique has a great selection for boys and girls, including rash guards and goggles. There are also lots of fun blow up pool toys. Summer might be winding down, but there’s still plenty of great weather to enjoy the pool at your Sedona real estate.

Encourage kids to expand their minds in a fun way with science kits, arts and crafts supplies, and challenging brain teaser games. There are also puzzles and construction toys. There’s nothing like a stack of new books to get kids interested in reading.

Visit Tlaquepaque Toy Town and Half Pint Kid’s Boutique online to find the online shop. Then check out the Facebook event page for Sip and Shop and RSVP.  


Aug. 9, 2021

Everyone from Sedona Homes Comes to Dance at Posse Grounds Pavilion on Friday

People from Sedona homes go dancing at the park.Celebrate the beauty of your city and have a blast at Dance in the Park on Friday, August 13th. Head to Posse Grounds Pavilion, 525 Posse Ground Road. The event is hosted by the Sedona Public Library and Sedona Dance Academy. Everyone from Sedona homes is welcome, and the event is free. The event will kick off at 6:30 p.m. with a performance by dancers from Sedona Dance Academy. They’ll also be giving dance instruction to all participants who would like it. This is a wonderful all-ages event that brings the community together for fun, fresh air and exercise, and meeting new friends. 

Find More Dancing Opportunities and Library Resources for Sedona Real Estate Owners

Sedona Dance Academy offers a full range of dance classes to kids from Sedona homes. They can start out with Mommy & Me dance classes that focus on coordination and having fun. Children ages three and up start ballet instruction in the Toddler Topaz class. Kids progress through three levels of ballet instruction. They can also take jazz, hip hop, and tap. The instructors at the academy, Jessica Phillips and Kirstyn Lazur, are both highly trained professional dancers with many years of teaching experience. Classes begin the week of August 23rd and run through December 18th. Most classes are held in the afternoon and won’t interfere with regular school hours. Learn more and register at the Sedona Dance Academy website

The Sedona Public Library is a great resource for Sedona real estate owners. The library has a great collection of books, periodicals, music, and movies. There are also tons of electronic resources. In addition, the library hosts both virtual and in-person events for all ages. Toddlers attend story time in the park and music mornings, school age kids get into science activities and chess club, and people of all ages can learn conversational Spanish. Visit the Sedona Public Library website to learn more about upcoming events, get a library card, and use electronic resources. 


Aug. 2, 2021

How to Make Your Sedona AirBnB Listing Stand out from the Pack

Get your Sedona AirBnB in great shape for its online listing.One of the cool things about buying a home in Sedona is how easy it is to help pay the mortgage with a Sedona AirBnB. You can rent out your guestroom or guest house to the many visitors to our beautiful city. The only downside is that there are lots of rentals available, so you need to figure out how to stand out from the crowd. Since people start looking for a short-term rental online, you should invest in high quality photography. You can hire a professional or do it yourself, especially if you have or can borrow a good camera.

Arrange Furniture and Add Accents to Sedona Real Estate When Taking Listing Photos

Before the photoshoot, take time to make sure the interior is looking its best. In the living room, create a conversation area. Move the sofa away from the wall and put two comfy chairs opposite. Add a few colorful throw pillows and a couple of small blankets or quilts. Then add a coffee table in between the chairs and sofa. Put any instructions and information for guests, along with remotes for the TV, into a pretty tray on the coffee table.

Make sure your Sedona AirBnB has plenty of lighting. Table lamps on either side of the bed, floor lamps in the living room, and nice sconces in the dining room will make everything seem brighter and more comfortable. Potted plants (real or faux) in cute containers are inexpensive and add color and personality to any room.

Pay attention to how the art on the walls works with the rest of the furniture. Investing in a few focal pieces will make for memorable photos in your online listing. You don’t have to break the bank. Check local thrift stores, search online for high quality posters, or look at ideas on Pinterest or Houzz for how to create a gallery wall.  

Check out Sedona homes with no HOA fees, as they are the best choice if you want to offer short term rentals in Sedona. 


July 28, 2021

Have a Fun Evening Out Near Your Cottonwood Home at Blazin’ M Ranch

Have a Wild West evening near your Cottonwood home.This summer is a great one for a staycation, and if you live in a Cottonwood home, there’s plenty to explore without going far. If you’d like a little trip back in time, head over to Blazin’ M Ranch for the Chuckwagon Supper and Western Stage Show. There are shows most Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays. Dinner is served at 6:30 p.m., but plan to get there early to explore the ranch. Gates open at 5 p.m.

Take a ride on the pull tractor. Meet the animals--goats, an alpaca, and more. Let the ranch cowboys show you how to lasso a steer (made out of hay bale with a carved head attached). Practice your aim in the shooting gallery. Dress up in vintage clothing and take a photo to remember your evening. Visit Woody’s to find fun gifts for the kids in your Cottonwood home. There are cuddly stuffed horses, cap guns, fun Wild West books, chocolate rocks, and more. Head into Brandin’ Iron to find ranch gear, books on local history, and a great selection of Arizona wines and beers.

Cottonwood Real Estate Owners Dig Into a Chuckwagon Supper

When the dinner bell rings at 6:30, head to the dining barn and get ready to enjoy a real cowboy meal. Load up on barbecued chicken, baby back ribs, baked beans, a baked potato, prickly pear coleslaw, and a biscuit. Be sure to save room for the delicious desert of caramel apple crisp served a la mode. Choose between lemonade, iced tea, and coffee to drink. Eat a leisurely meal, then get ready for a hand-clapping, toe-tapping musical performance and laugh-out-loud comedy at 7:30. The Blazin’ M Cowboys are fun for everyone. The show wraps up at 8;45. You can take last-minute photos and make any final purchases at the gift shop.

Visit Blazin’ M Ranch online and plan your visit to the historic Cottonwood real estate location. Get details about public shows, buy tickets, or plan a private event.


July 26, 2021

Sedona Property Owners Have a Blast at Sunset Park

Sedona property owners enjoy Sunset Park.There are many terrific parks available to those living in a Sedona property. Each one has its own beauty and amenities. Sunset Park spans 7.46 acres and includes two shaded play areas with one for small children. It’s a great place to bring the kids to let them play and burn some energy. In addition to the play areas for kids, there are also recreation areas for adults as well as ramadas in which you can enjoy a picnic and the surrounding scenery.

Kids Living in Sedona Cool Off at the Splash Pad

When the weather is hot in the summer months, bring the kids to the splash pad. There are a variety of water features at the splash pad, which is located right next to a covered play area. Kids can go through a water tunnel or stand under a tall water feature to cool off. Parents can join in or relax nearby in the shade. The splash pad is open from May 1st through September 30th. Be sure to grab towels, sunscreen, and extra clothes before leaving your Sedona property.

If you are looking for other forms of recreation, there is a short trail that connects to Coconino National Forest. Make your walk or hike as short or long as you wish. There is also a grassy field where you can play football, soccer, or frisbee, and a basketball/pickleball court. Two tennis courts are also located at the park. Set up a regular time to meet a friend for tennis or introduce your kids to a great new sport.

Rentals and reservations can be made at this park for parties and other events. Parties at the park are a great way to provide entertainment for your guests and keep the mess out of your home. Sunset Park is located at 655 Sunset Drive in Sedona. Everyone living in Sedona is invited to learn more about Sunset Park online and plan a visit. 


July 21, 2021

Learn About Sedona Real Estate on a Magic Trolley Tour

Explore Sedona real estate on the magic trolley.When you first looked into Sedona real estate, you probably fell in love with the amazing views and wonderful natural landscape. Perhaps it was a trip to the area that convinced you to buy a Sedona home and live here full time. Whether you’ve lived here a while or just moved, why not take a tour and rediscover just how beautiful and interesting Sedona is?

Hop on the Magic Trolley and Fall in Love with your Sedona Home Again

Red Rock Magic Trolley is just the way to do it, too. The Boynton Canyon Tour is around 90 minutes long and is perfect for all ages. You’ll learn all about the history of local Native Americans and where old Western films were made in Sedona. The tour takes you all around the city and through Jordan Park, where the Sedona Heritage Museum is located. The trolley departs at 10:30 a.m., 1 p.m., and 3:30 p.m., seven days a week. Tickets are $15 for kids ages three to 12 and $29 for riders 13 years and up. Children two years old and younger ride free.

The Sedona Hi-Points tour is two hours long. You’ll make several stops and have time to take photos at Bell Rock, Chapel of the Holy Cross, and Airport Mesa, among other well-known places. Ride in comfort in an air-conditioned luxury van. Your tour guide will be able to tell you lots of local history and answer any questions you have. Tickets are $39 for riders age 13 and older; $24 for riders ages three to 12; and $12 for riders two years old and under. If you have a child who needs a car seat, be sure to bring yours along.

If you’re hosting a special event or group on Sedona real estate, call the magic trolley for fun, memorable transportation and tours.

Visit Red Rock Magic Trolley online to learn more about the tours, offers for groups and events, and to book your tour spot online. 


July 19, 2021

Eat at Szechuan for Great Chinese and Japanese Cuisine Near Your Sedona Home

Enjoy Chinese and Japanese food near your Sedona home.Whether you want to curl up with take out and movie at your Sedona home or you’re looking for a fun night out, check out Szechuan, a Chinese restaurant, sushi bar, and cocktail lounge all rolled into one. It’s also a great place to get lunch if you’re on a budget.

If you’re headed out for dinner, start with one of the tasty appetizers. There are classics like egg rolls, pork fried dumplings, and crab rangoons. The pu pu tray is great for people who want a little of everything. There are two egg rolls, two barbecue pork spare ribs, two beef sticks, two tempura shrimp, and two Romaki (which are scallops and water chestnuts wrapped in bacon). The soups are another great choice for starters. Have a bowl of hot and sour soup, wor wonton soup, or three flavor sizzling rice soup.

There are tons of choices for Chinese entrees. Everything from shrimp to beef to chicken to vegetable dishes, with noodles and moo shu, too.

One of the cool things about Szechuan is that Sedona real estate owners don’t have to choose between Chinese and Japanese favorites. The sushi menu has lots of favorites, as well as unique house specialties. Ask about the butterfly roll, the amigo roll, and the Sedona roll.

Enjoy the Laid Back Atmosphere of the Sedona Real Estate Cocktail Lounge

Start your meal with something relaxing to drink. There’s ice cold bottled beer, along with an extensive list of red and white wines. For something a little more unusual, try the plum wine or a serving of sake. Treat yourself to a scrumptious cocktail. The Red Rock Pomtini is a delightful mix of Grey Goose Le Citron, pomegranate liqueur, agave nectar, and fresh lime juice with a garnish of lime.

Visit Szechuan online to see the full menu and order online for either pick up or delivery to your Sedona home. 


July 14, 2021

People Living in Sedona Celebrate National Day of the Cowboy with a Screening of Broken Arrow

People living in Sedona celebrate the history of Native Americans and cow boys.Everyone living in Sedona is invited to celebrate National Day of the Cowboy on July 24, 2021. Sedona has a rich cowboy history and one way to celebrate is to come for an event put on by the Sedona Heritage Museum in cooperation with the Sedona International Film Festival. A panel discussion and film showing will take place at the Mary D. Fisher Theatre, which is located at 2030 W. State Route 89A from 3 to 5:30 p.m. Tickets cost $20 each and can be purchased online or by calling 928.282.1177. Proceeds from this event will benefit the Society’s historic Schuerman Homestead House restoration project. Everyone who attends will receive a SWAG bag and there will also be door prizes. Lucky participants will win some great prizes to take back to their Sedona home.

Learn about the History of Cowboys and Native Americans Near Your Sedona Home

The movie shown will be Broken Arrow, which is a 1950 American Western film. Those starring in the film include James Stewart, Jeff Chandler, and Debra Paget. The movie is based on the historical figures of Cochise and Tom Jeffords, however their story is fictionalized. The film was nominated for three Academy Awards, and it won a Golden Globe for Best Film Promoting Understanding. This is the first major western movie since WWII to portray Native Americans sympathetically, according to film historians.

Not only is this a film that relates to National Day of the Cowboy, this film is also connected to Sedona because it was filmed in the area. The panel discussion will talk about this film and how it fits in with Sedona movie history. Stories will be shared about the making of the film and Hollywood’s introduction to modern Native Americans. After the panel discussion, there will be a screening of the vintage film. It’s sure to be an educational afternoon that gives those living in Sedona an appreciation for the real history of Native Americans and cowboys, filmmaking, and the beauty of Sedona. Find out more about this afternoon event and purchase tickets online at the Sedona Heritage Museum website


July 12, 2021

Sedona Property Owners Work out with Aqua Fitness Classes

Sedona property owners work out in aqua fitness classes.Aqua fitness classes are a great way for those living in a Sedona property to stay or get fit. Aqua fitness, Aqua yoga, and Aqua Zumba® classes are available at 570 Posse Grounds Rd. in Sedona. Classes are from 9:15 to 10 a.m. Monday through Thursday. The cost is $5 per class and each one is limited to 20 participants. It is first come, first served.

Come each day for variation in your workouts or choose your favorite and come once a week. Monday features Aqua Zumba® with Lida. This class combines Zumba® with water resistance. This means that there are fewer impacts on your joints and the natural resistance in the water creates more of a challenge to help tone your muscles. This class is also offered on Tuesdays with Christine as the instructor.

People Living in Sedona Have Several Options for Fitness Classes

On Wednesday, Aqua Fitness with Linder is offered to those living in Sedona. This is a terrific class for all ages and abilities. Participants perform aerobic exercises in the shallow end of the pool. The water resistance makes the exercises more challenging and sometimes dumbbells and noodles are also used. This class allows participants to burn body fat, increase circulation, build stamina, strength, flexibility, and balance, and rehab healing muscles and joints.

Aqua yoga is available on Thursdays with Suzie. This class includes learning stretching poses in the water as well as 25 minutes of cardio and strengthening activities. This will get your blood flowing. At the end of class, there is time to float to center yourself. This is a great way to start your day before heading to work, to run errands, or back to your Sedona property. Read more about the classes, instructors and find more details about aqua fitness and other parks and recreation programs on the Sedona city website


July 7, 2021

Discover Butterfly Burger, a Burger Lounge on Sedona Real Estate

Sedona real estate owners eat delicious hamburgers.So you’re in the mood for a burger, but you don’t want “burger joint” vibes. You’d like a place that’s relaxed yet sophisticated and has a menu that will delight your senses. Oh, and you don’t want to have to go too far, either. Well, Sedona real estate owners are in luck, because Butterfly Burger is just the place. Chef Lisa Dahl has taken the humble hamburger and elevated it to haute cuisine status. However, Butterfly Burger doesn’t have a stuck-up atmosphere. On the contrary, it’s much more like an old-school cocktail lounge than anything else.

Get Ready to Eat the Best Burgers Near Your Sedona Home or Anywhere Else

What about these high-class burgers, you ask? Oh, you are in for a treat. Chef Lisa has won several awards at the Scottsdale Burger Battle. The winning burgers are the backbone of the menu. The signature Butterfly Burger is layered with manchego cheese, pepper bacon, and guacamole, then drizzled with chipotle aioli and served on an artisan bun. Oui Oui Monsieur! is a patty melt on rye bread, topped with Gruyere cheese, charred onions, Dijonnaise sauce, and served with a side of onion jus dipping sauce.

The menu at Butterfly Burger isn’t just for carnivores. Vegans and vegetarians can find several truly scrumptious options. The Hipster Burger is made with a lentil-walnut sofrito, Campari tomato jam, pimenton aioli and served on a whole grain bun. The Primo Portobello burger has actually won accolades from confirmed meat lovers. It’s made with caramelized onions and chipotle aioli and served on grilled ciabatta.

Come and enjoy the most amazing burgers available on Sedona real estate and for many miles around. You can eat in or order takeout to enjoy in your Sedona home.

Visit Butterfly Burger online to learn more about the menu options, including boozy milkshakes, and find a link for online ordering. The burger lounge is open 11:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sunday through Thursday and from 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday and Saturday.