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A search for Sedona red rock view homes will bring back many results. A red rock view is quintessential to living in Sedona for many. Each agent will have their own qualifications for marking the box for a view home. If it is a true view home, there should be a picture of the view available at the home in the listing photos. A gorgeous view is one of the most important factors for a high sales price. This makes a Sedona home with a red rock view a solid investment. One home may have a great view, while the houses next door or across the street may have no view at all. Find simple single family homes, townhomes, and condos that have nice views as well as sprawling million dollar estates. A view can be attained at nearly any price point.
Coconino National Forest and the Sycamore Canyon Wilderness offer an amazing backdrop in Sedona. These thousands of acres of wilderness offer a wide variety of outdoor recreational opportunities to residents. Hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding, camping, fishing, and more can all be enjoyed in Sedona. When you can see the red rocks towering above your home, it gives an appreciation for nature and it can beckon you out to enjoy it.
Some of the most notable and impressive rock formations are located along the Sedona Scenic Byway, SR 179, which travels around Bell Rock, goes through a wilderness area and then to the Chapel area of Sedona. Thunder Mountain is the highest red rock peak in Sedona. Many people wonder why the rocks outside the window of their Sedona red rock view homes are red and look so amazing at sunrise and sunset. It is all due to the geological history of the area. It took millions of years for the amazing canyons and towering rock formations to be formed. The emerging rocks are coated with iron oxide. When this substance reacts to the elements, it turns red, just as metals with iron in them rust.
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