Start by selecting the geographic area in or around the Flagstaff area to see more information on the neighborhoods and properties available.
- North-West City
- North-East City
- South-West City
- South-East City
- North-West Rural
- East Rural
- West Rural
- South Rural
North-West Rural Properties
This area is located around Mt. Elden Lookout Rd. at the western base of Mt. Elden. Properties here consist of larger homes with acreage in mostly heavily forested terrain. Many of the hiking and biking trails are adjacent to this area and shopping and schools are within minutes away.
The Fort Valley area is within easy reach to the Arizona Snowbowl ski area as well as hiking, camping, cross-country skiing, and snowshoeing activity locations northwest of Flagstaff. Just a 10-minute drive from downtown Flagstaff on Highway 180, Fort Valley is a mostly flat valley with very few trees except around the perimeter.
Located about 20 minutes north of Flagstaff, Hart Prairie is a beautiful forested rural land at the western base of Mt. Humphreys. Properties here have acreage and are private and quiet. There is an abundance of wildlife and at a higher elevation, winter snowfalls are guaranteed.
These rural areas along the Highway 180 corridor are comprised of properties with acreage that are mostly forested. They are adjacent to Highway 180. For Fort Valley properties (also along Highway 180), please select here: Fort Valley
Nestled on a plateau north of the city, Lockett Ranches is perfect for a homebuyer who wants acreage and horse property. The location is adjacent to hiking and biking trails and is conveniently close to town.
North-West City Properties
The Boulder Pointe area consists of newer homes and townhomes. It is located west of Milton Ave. and south of Route 66. The location is great for employees or students of Northern Arizona University as well as convenient access to the Milton Ave. commercial corridor.
Downtown Flagstaff is the iconic historic district where the first permanent settlements occurred in 1876. Route 66 and the BNSF railroad pass through downtown. The downtown area is a popular tourist attraction with historic buildings housing art studios, wine-tasting, gift shops, candy stores, fine dining and mountain sports shops. The central business district is mostly in an area bordered by Route 66 on the south, Agassiz St. on the east, Cherry Ave. on the north and Humphreys Ave. on the west.
The neighborhoods located along the Highway 180 corridor have a variety of home sizes and ages. Some are neighborhoods with smaller lots and others are larger homes with some acreage. The location makes it easy to take Highway 180 directly into downtown Flagstaff.
- Anasazi Ridge
- Cheshire/Peak View
- Coconino Estates
- Coyote Spring
- Lockett Park
- Rockridge/Ridge Crest
- Valley Crest/Shultz Pass Meadows
This neighborhood is conveniently located north of the Flagstaff Medical Center (hospital) which is why it's nicknamed "NOHO". This is mostly a quiet neighborhood with easy access to Buffalo Park. The direct access to Forest Ave. means easy access to many parts of north and east Flagstaff.
The Linwood neighborhood consists of mostly large custom-built homes just to the west of the Cheshire neighborhood and south of Highway 180. This neighborhood is beautifully forested with winding streets and access to National Forest land.
Presidio is one of Flagstaff's newer residential developments. The Presidio neighborhood is located on the extreme west side of the city adjacent to Interstate 40 and old Route 66, and only a few short minutes from downtown and Northern Arizona University.
This area is an "up and coming" part of downtown that has been going through revitalization for the past eight years. Many newer and unique restaurants and shops have opened along South San Francisco street. Houses in this area are generally older and many have historic characteristics. The location is perfect for Northern Arizona University students or employees and is easily within walking distance to the campus.
Switzer Mesa and Switzer Canyon are located north of Route 66 and east of Cherry Hill. Within walking distance to Buffalo Park, these areas the perfect location in the heart of Flagstaff. Walk or bike to downtown or Buffalo Park and easily connect to the Flagstaff Urban Trail System (FUTS). Shopping and schools are very close by as well as Flagstaff Medical Center and surrounding medical offices.
Neighborhoods along the west Route 66 corridor are affordable and easily accessible. Just a short distance west of the Milton commercial district and Northern Arizona University, the West Route 66 area is perfect for accessing some of the most popular Flagstaff sites.
The Woodlands Village area is a mix of commercial and higher density residential areas. This area is located between the Milton commercial corridor and Boulder Point, south of University Ave and north of Forest Meadows St.
North-East City Properties
These neighborhoods are located right at the base of beautiful Mt. Elden. They are adjacent to the Pipeline and Arizona hiking/biking trails. In addition, their perfect location allows easy access to all of Flagstaff; downtown, NAU, Route 66 corridor, and commercial and auto-park areas near Flagstaff Mall.
Although this area is mostly commercial and some industrial-zoned areas, there are some very affordable homes which are perfect for being close to shopping and entertainment or as investment properties or rentals.
The Greenlaw neighborhoods are mostly comprised of smaller homes built in the 1950's and 1960's, many as second homes to buyers from Phoenix as an escape from the summer heat. This is an affordable area in a location close to everything in Flagstaff. Bushmaster Park is located in the center of lower Greenlaw.
The Sunnyside neighborhood is a historic section of Flagstaff with mostly older homes on smaller lots. The area's streets are laid out in a grid of north/south and east/west with Cedar Ave. on the north and Route 66 on the south.
East Rural Properties
Doney Park is an open, lightly forested valley to the northeast of Flagstaff. This area provides homeowners with rural country living. Some of the best views of the San Francisco Peaks are from Doney Park.
- Doney Park - North
- Doney Park - East
- Doney Park - West
- Frontier Hills
- Pioneer Valley
- Sunset Crater Estates
Rural homesites with acreage, just far enough east to be out of the pine tree forests and into the Pinion Pines. Located east on Interstate 40 and exit Cosnino Rd.
Located along the west and east sides of Highway 89 and stretching from Townsend/Winona Road, north to where the highway begins to climb out of the valley, the Highway 89 Corridor has many neighborhoods to choose from. Located along the western edge of the valley, most homesites have acreage range from being lightly to heavily forested. The many hiking and biking trails in the San Francisco Peaks are easily accessible from this area.
- Black Bill Park
- Hutchinson Acres
- Johnson Ranch
- MaCann Estates/Elden Springs
- North Peak
- Oakwood Pines
- Pine Mountain Estates
- Timberline Area
- Wupatki Trails
The Slayton Ranch area is located east and south of the Doney Park valley. A bit more remote, this area offers homesites with acreage on quiet roads in a rural setting. This area is easily accessible from Townsend/Winona Road and Highway 89 as well as from Interstate 40 and Cosnino Road.
West Rural Properties
Bellemont is a small community of new single-family homes and townhomes located about 20 minutes west of downtown Flagstaff via Interstate 40. Pilot Travel Center (McDonald's inside), Days Inn, and The Roadhouse Bar & Grill are the extent of services located here. Flagstaff is close by for all other shopping and service needs.
Flagstaff Ranch is a country-club, gated community located south of Interstate 40 in the extreme west rural area of Flagstaff. Although it's considered "rural", it is easily accessible by Interstate 40 and only 10-15 minutes to downtown and Northern Arizona University. Flagstaff Ranch has beautiful custom-built homes in a forested country club setting.
These neighborhoods are located adjacent to Flagstaff Ranch without being a gated community. It's beautiful rolling, forested hills make for a wonderful high-country retreat-living feel. Access to Saskan Ranch is off Route 66 west of Flagstaff Ranch Rd. To access the Westwood neighborhood you would exit I-40 at Flagstaff Ranch Rd. and go south to W. Kiltie Ln. and turn right.
South-East City Properties
Continental and Aspen Country Clubs are the two major country clubs in this area and are the reason this area is casually referred to as "The Country Club" area of Flagstaff. Located south of Interstate 40 and accessible from two major exits (Butler Ave. and Country Club Dr.), this area is ideal for quick and easy access to most of Flagstaff. These are the ideal neighborhoods for homeowners who love to golf and popular with home buyers who desire a second home in the Flagstaff area.
Amberwood and Lakeside Acres are south of the Continental Country Club neighborhood. Lakeside Acres gets its name from being adjacent to Lake Elaine. Homes in this neighborhood are large with beautiful lakeside and mountain peak views. Amberwood has newer homes and both neighborhoods are adjacent to many hiking and biking trails to the south and east, including the Arizona Trail and trails that lead to Walnut Canyon and Fisher Point.
These areas are south of Little America Hotel off Butler Ave. and are rural in nature with acreage and mostly forested land. The Flagstaff master-plan shows an extension of Fourth St. going south through this area and connecting with J. W. Powell Blvd. near Pine Canyon.
The Walnut Canyon area is east of Country Club Drive and south of Interstate 40. This is a neighborhood of varied types of homes such as condos, townhomes, duplexes, medium and large homes. Duck Lakes provide a nice setting for many of the homes here and the hiking/biking trails are just adjacent to almost all neighborhoods in this area.
South-West City Properties
This smaller neighborhood of larger homes with acreage ideal for equestrian activities is located just south of Interstate 40 between Woody Mountain Rd. and the University Highlands neighborhood. The only way in/out of Equestrian estates, however, is off of Woody Mountain Rd. which makes this neighborhood more private and quiet. Properties are adjacent to the forest and ideal for horseback riding.
From Interstate 17 toward the southeast, Lake Mary Road is the main highway to upper and lower Lake Marys, Mormon Lake, Happy Jack, and ultimately Payson Arizona. The first few miles from I-17 are mixed with some commercial and higher density residential neighborhoods. Access to the Interstates and Northern Arizona University is ideal from here as well as access to many summer sports such as hiking, biking, and fishing.
This upscale, gated country club community contains beautiful homes in a forested country club setting. Pine Canyon is close to the Flagstaff Airport and adjacent to Lake Mary Road for access to Lake Mary and Mormon Lake summer and winter activities. Downtown Flagstaff and Northern Arizona University are less than five minutes away via Lone Tree Rd. The golf courses and community's clubhouse facilities are among the best in Flagstaff.
This neighborhood is conveniently located near the Flagstaff Airport and Northern Arizona University. This is a larger neighborhood mostly consisting of newer homes in a neighborhood setting. Adjacent to hiking and biking trails and easy access from Interstate 17 via Lake Mary Rd or Pulliam Dr. exits, Ponderosa Trails also offers views of the San Francisco Peaks from many homesites.
Located just southwest of the Interstates 40 and 17 interchange amid a dense forest of Ponderosa Pines, the University Heights area is a collection of eclectic custom homes. This area offers convenient access to shopping, schools, and interstate access while feeling like you're in a more remote, forested area.
- Aspen Village
- Boyington Heights
- Pine Knoll
- Pinnacle Pines
- Ponderosa Trails
- The Village at University Heights
South Rural Properties
Forest Highlands is an established, traditional, gated country-club community. Located 20 minutes south of Flagstaff on highway 89A, this community is a great way to feel like you are away from it all, yet connected to fellow golfers and nature enthusiasts.
Located about 15 minutes south of Flagstaff on Interstate 17 are the communities of Kachina Village and Mountainaire. These quaint mountain cabin communities are perfect for second homes or for full-time residents who want to be away from the city. Pine Dell is a small neighborhood of homes just south of the Highway 89 interchange with Interstate 17.
Lake Mary Road is the main highway southeast to Payson Arizona. Within the first five miles out of Flagstaff are these neighborhood communities. Many homes have acreage. The location is very close to the two Lake Marys (upper and lower). Fishing and kayaking are popular sports here in the summer. Mormon Lake is farther out Lake Mary Road. On the west side of Mormon Lake (practically dried up) is Mormon Lake Village. This is a popular place for summer homes and camping. The Mormon Lake Lodge is a great restaurant and saloon.
About 30 minutes south of Flagstaff on Interstate 17 is this small community popular for second homes of people who want to escape the heat of the Phoenix area. Munds Park has a beautiful golf course and a "Tiny House" community as well as many other cabin/mountain homes with adjacent hiking/biking trails.