If your dreams are as big as the night sky over Arizona, then you can very likely imagine yourself in a new home at Foxboro Ranch Estates. The name says a lot. The lot sizes are generous, as is the location. Imagine rural living in a setting that resembles wild ranchland from the pioneers – yet, with the modern conveniences of your new home! Build that fantastic home you have always wanted but never found the right setting, until now. There are still some choice lots available so don’t delay.
The Grand Canyon is one of Mother Nature’s incredible gifts to humanity, and one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World. Carved to a depth of more than a mile by the Colorado River over the course of millennia, the canyon is a truly awe-inspiring sight.
Few other places on our planet are as magnificent as the Grand Canyon. Standing near the canyon, it’s impossible not to feel dwarfed by its immense size and scale. Winding its way through 277 miles of the naturally beautiful Arizona desert, the Grand Canyon tells the story of nearly 2 billion years of Earth’s fascinating geological history.
The area surrounding the canyon is the ancestral home of several Native American cultures, including the Pueblo, Cohonina and Sinagua tribes. The Pueblo people considered the site a sacred place, and traditionally made pilgrimages there. Even today, several churches of diverse faiths offer religious services at Grand Canyon National Park.
If you are looking to invest at Foxboro Ranch Estates it will be important to know what attractions and points of interest are close to your new home. With such close proximity to Flagstaff, Arizona, you still have the experience of rural living not far from a growing city. This means there are a lot of things to see and do in and around the area.
Home building takes a lot of time and effort on the part of both the developer and the buyer. You want to be assured that you are getting the best for your money and that is why a home inspection is a good idea. But before you get to the point where you will hire a professional to examine the condition of your new home, you need to have a look at many facets of the building and lot yourself.
To make it a little easier, we have put together a checklist of things to have an inspector see when you are buying a lot and building a home in the high country. They include:
The perfect lot may not be so perfect if drainage does not move water away from the home. Also check the property for obvious soggy locations as these can become a bigger problem.
By getting an up close look at the base of each wall in the home you will be able to see if there are cracks visible. This may be a sign of shifts in the foundation. Also look at the entire outer wall from the outside as well to see if tree roots are growing into the foundation.
You will want to know when the roof was last replaced, if at all and what the current condition of it is. Metal will last longer than most any other kind of roofing material.
You will want to do a complete walkabout keeping an eye on where repairs may be needed soon. Observe all downspouts, eaves troughs, windows, siding and see if all are in good condition or in need of immediate attention.
By checking around all windows and ceilings you can spot evidence of water leaks. Staining will be your first clue.
Here you are looking to see how the roof structure looks. Sagging is not a good sign nor is staining or wet spots due to leaking.
Insulation and dampness are what you are looking at. You need more of one than the other. A damp basement or crawlspace is not healthy for you or your family.
Look for noises, slow moving drains, smells from drains as all signs of a problem with the sewer system. Find out when repairs were last conducted and for a septic system, when it was last pumped out.
Starting with the service panel, are there enough breakers to properly service the home? Is there room for more in case of an addition or expansion? Do the switches all function properly? Are outlets grounded properly?
If the home you are purchasing includes appliances, the age of each is crucial. The condition of the stove, refrigerator and dishwasher are all important factors.
The Heating/Cooling System
The age of the furnace and central air are important details to gather. When was the system last serviced and does it do the job it was meant to do?
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It’s a long list. That’s why make sure you don’t have to worry about it. At Foxboro Ranch Estate we help you find the perfect lot to build the home of your dreams. Contact us via email or phone direct at 928-440-1198 for a tour of one of the most beautiful places in the world.
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Foxboro Ranch Estates offers a luxury lifestyle with a ranch feel. Our 264 acre gated community offers 57 luxury homesites. Call today and schedule your free visit!
Foxboro Ranch Estates is proud to offer the latest in comfortable, quality living in gorgeous surroundings you’ll love just as much as your new home. With walking trails, an outstanding log clubhouse, stocked fishing lakes, walking paths, and the natural beauty of Arizona’s stunning landscape, you’ll enjoy feeling surrounded by peace and solitude while still being minutes from the latest in shopping and entertainment.
Starting at 3,000 square feet, our large mountain homes combine modern luxury with unequaled exclusivity in a gated community where everything is built with you in mind.
Anyone who lives in the city knows just how stressful and tiring it can be to simply complete your daily to-do list. That’s why country getaways are the perfect opportunity to reinvigorate your spirit and quiet your mind, allowing you to reconnect with nature and still the busy humdrum of city life. Making a permanent move out of the city can allow you to enjoy the benefits of country life indefinitely.
Northern Arizona is one of the best places to live in the US. With magnificent landscapes, great healthcare services, and fun activities for the whole family, this is the perfect place to build a custom home that will last for generations.
Building the home of your dreams doesn’t have to be difficult. While there are many details to take care of, with the right partners and the right plan, opening the doors to your custom home for the first time can come faster and easier than you thought.
Buying a home in the mountains is a great decision. The mountain lifestyle is an exclusive experience that connects you with nature and your loved ones. And from all the places in the US where you can have this amazing kind of life, Northern Arizona has the unique combination of the beauty of the Coconino National Forest and the convenience of the city life.
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