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Pictures of Flagstaff Arizona By Logan Brumm
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Flagstaff, Arizona, A Vacation Paradise.
An Even Better Place To Live.

Flagstaff, Arizona, known as the "city of the pines," offers the luxury of four distinctseasons along with a mild climate, making it the perfect location for outdoor enthusiasts. In fact, tourists come from all over the world to enjoy horseback riding, hiking, and camping in Flagstaff's Coconino National Forest. Plus, tourists and residents alike enjoy skiing and snowboarding at the Arizona Snowbowl as well as hiking in the San Francisco Peaks.

Walking tours are available to see unique sights including original architecture, Indian artifacts, "Paul Bunyan's shoes, and logging memorabilia. The Lava River Cave also offers an interesting day's outing. This town, affectionately known as "Flag" by area residents, enjoys an amazing array of events throughout the year. Two of the biggest highlights include the town's Winterfest that features symphony performances to dogsled races and Summerfest with its eclectic medley of artists.

Flagstaff has been the beginning place for many things, such as the discovery of Pluto, which occurred at the Lowell Observatory in 1930. Flagstaff is also the home of Northern Arizona University. The University, Flagstaff's largest employer, is noted for hosting international athletes for extensive training. An upcoming community of Flagstaff real estate opportunity, Juniper Point, is being developed near the Coconino Community College.

With the panoramic surroundings of pine green ponderosa trees set against snowcapped mountains, Flagstaff provides a picturesque location to purchase one of the Flagstaff homes for sale. For condominium living at its best, purchase a home at Timberline Place. Affordable prices, resort style amenities, a private fitness center, and entertainment facilities are only some of the perks that this premier Flagstaff real estate has to offer.

Located just over 80 miles from the Grand Canyon South Rim, Flagstaff is centrally located to many cultural and historical sights including the Native American communities of the Navajo Nation and the Hopi Tribe, the Wupatki National Monument, Meteor Crater,and Sunset Crater. Quality sights aren't the only things that Flagstaff has to offer either. Impressive Flagstaff residential properties are set against the gorgeous landscape and beneath the beautiful sunsets that Arizona has to offer.

If relocation is calling your name, why not choose Flagstaff real estate in the communities of Creekside Village, Pine Canyon, Continental Country Club, or Forest Highlands, an 1100-acre private community, featuring fishing ponds, tennis courts, hiking trails, world class golf courses and more?

Flagstaff residential properties located in the exclusive gated communities of Elkhorn Trail and Highland Meadows offer horse-friendly homes set in the pine forests for the avid horse lover. Affordable horse-friendly properties are located in the communities of Ponderosa Paradise and Koch Field. The luxury Flagstaff homes for sale in the development known as Lockett Ranches also offer horse-friendly accommodations.

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