La Cienega Ranch rests at the base of the Mogollon Rim; a 7,000-foot high, 200-mile long escarpment in the world's largest Ponderosa Pine forest. The 77.25 acres of the fenced ranch offers seven residential homes, a barn/tack room with horse stalls, irrigated pastures, helicopter pad, large group ramada, gazebo, a treehouse, pond plus a three-bay maintenance garage to include a total of 14,989 square feet of livable space. The improvements are from 1970 to 1991 including an original homestead/ranch of the Pyle family. Variety of mountain lakes and trout streams, hiking trails and campsites are within minutes of LCR. Its signature address is: 1804 Pyle Ranch Road, Payson, Arizona only a 25 min ride from Scottsdale Airpark via Helicopter.
The main house on the property contains 3,724 square feet and serves as the owner's retreat. It's considered to be of excellent quality and features rustic log construction larger than average diameter logs. Rooms include one large primary bedroom with large bathroom, one small secondary bedroom upstairs with a bathroom, a half bathroom downstairs, a large living room with fireplace, recreation room (billiards room), formal dining area, family room with fireplace, large kitchen and a small loft area upstairs. Other features include a large covered entry, covered balcony, large deck, private courtyard, and a two car garage with large storage/mechanical room. It should be noted that the main house is unique in the fact that its primary usage appears to be entertaining. It contains one primary bedroom, which is unique for a home of this size, and is not well equipped for overnight guests. This is most likely due to the number of secondary homes on the property and planned usage of the entire ranch.
The "Gingerbread House" is a two bedroom, two bathroom, two story, frame/wood/stone construction, and southwestern style home featuring a family room with fireplace, large screened porch and covered entry. The home is approximately 1,902 square feet and was noted to be built in 1985. The "Gingerbread House" is mainly functional as a guest or secondary house. The "Gingerbread House" has a unique layout and is reportedly the result of combining two smaller houses into one. The home's name came from the intricate design and decoration found throughout the home.
This home is considered to be the second primary home on the property. This home is one of the only homes on the property that could function as a separate home with traditional functionality. It is a three bedroom, two bathroom, two story, frame/wood construction, southwestern style home located within the La Cienega Ranch. Features include above average or good quality construction, newer flooring, upgraded appliances including a built-in microwave, ceiling fans, vaulted ceilings, plant shelves, plantation shutters, mirrored closet doors, a soft water system, two car garage, garage service/utility room door, a deck and a screened in porch. The home is situated backing and siding a small stream that runs for a reported 12 months a year. It should be noted that this home appears to have been designed as a "stand alone" home versus the primary house and guest house design.
The "Manager's House" is a two-bedroom, two-bathroom, multi-story, frame/wood construction, southwestern style home that totals 2,736 square feet and was built in 1970. The house features a living room with fireplace, family room, formal dining area, loft, office area, two-car garage with a large storage/workshop area and a large covered porch. This house functions as a year-round residence for a property manager.
Dishwasher, Dryer, Kitchen Island, Range/Oven, Refrigerator, Washer & Dryer.
Air Conditioning, Bar, Bar-Wet, Breakfast bar, Cathedral/Vaulted/Tray Ceiling, Kitchen Island, Washer and dryer.
Guest House Separate, Kitchen/Dining Combo.
Balcony, Barbecue, Deck, Fireplace/Fire Pit, Horse Facilities, Outdoor Living Space, Patio, Security Gate.
Mountain View, View.
Equestrian, Mountain View, Ranch Farm.