Just in time for the 11th annual Bentley Scottsdale Polo Championships — Nov. 5, 2022 — Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty showcases some of Arizona’s most opulent equestrian properties for sale. As one of the event’s signature sponsors, Russ Lyon Sotheby’s has provided an insider view of four luxury equestrian properties in Arizona, echoing the glitz, glamour and tradition of the Bentley Polo Championships.
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2020 E. Bethany Home Road
Listed at $6.5 M., this luxurious, custom architectural masterpiece features a gated entrance leading to an estate with a 4.75 acres lot. The 1950’s estate offers 10 full bathrooms, nine bedrooms and luxurious amenities including: a balcony, breakfast bar, security system, three fireplaces and guest house. Plus, it’s equipped with a 14-stall custom barn, six irrigated pastures, two barn apartments, barn office, five covered turnouts, 300’ X 150’ arena, vet lab, tack rooms and more.
1980 N. Equine Road
Boasting more than three acres of horse property with stunning mountain views, the $2,197M property listing has an equestrian facility with a covered arena, three fully staffed barns, a round pen, a hot walker, turnouts and even offers direct access to the National Forest trail system for endless riding. Its custom architectural 5,206-square-feet living space reflects a traditional Arizona ranch layout, with a grand entrance, five bedrooms, five full bathrooms and one partial bathroom — and a garage that rooms more than five cars.
12750 E. Redington Road
This opulent Tucson equestrian estate, located in the heart of the Tanque Verde Valley, is less than half a mile from Sir Paul and Linda McCartney’s home — listed at $1,995M. Situated on 7.3 acres, equestrians are welcomed to a large hall accompanied by a round pen with a hot walker hook-up, turn-out stalls, wash access and private riding trails throughout La Cebadilla Estates, with direct Tanque Verde wash access to the Coronado National Forest. The privately-gated, 13,672 square-foot estate features scenic views, seven bedrooms, eight full bathrooms, an oversized three-plus car garage and a workshop attached to the main home. Other amenities include a library, state-of-the-art security system, resort-like pool and spa, an in-home theatre, two-bedroom guest house, show barn with living quarters and a detached six-car “carriage house.”
3155 West Elephant Head Road
Listed at $6,495M — close to Tubac — this 160-acre horse and cattle ranch is adjacent to its accompanying 6,000-acre state cattle grazing lease. The ranch property features multiple amenities, including two residences suitable for owners or families situated on the headquarters parcel and four homes suitable for guests or crew. Collectively, the location offers 12 full bathrooms, guest facilities, horse property, irrigated pastures and breathtaking views of Elephant Head Butte and the Santa Cruz River. The original adobe barn and views of Elephant Head Butte are visible in some of the John Wayne and period westerns.