Welcome to Sedona, Arizona
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Sedona is premier tourism, recreation, resort, arts and cultural, and retirement location.
Sedona sits up 4500 feet above sea level and escapes the southern Arizona heat but still a short drive away from the snows in the mountains to the north.
Sedona's location at the mouth of renowned Oak Creek Canyon and at the center of the state's legendary Red Rock Country offers breath-taking panoramic scenes, four delightfully mild seasons, plenty of sunshine and clean, fresh air.
Highway 89A through Oak Creek Canyon was Arizona's first designated Scenic Highway and has been voted as one of the most beautiful drives in America. The area is the second most visited site in the state after the Grand Canyon, although some beg to differ with that stating that Sedona may be the first.
Established in 1902 but not incorporated until 1988, the town was named after Sedona Schnebly, an early Arizona settler. Sedona spreads across the boundaries of two north-central Arizona counties, Coconino and Yavapai, and is completely surrounded by the Coconino National Forest. The Greater Sedona area includes incorporated Sedona and the unincorporated areas in Oak Creek Canyon, the Village of Oak Creek, Red Rock Loop Road.
Most of the Sedona real estate area is built up with family residences and some condo developments and there is a preponderance of small owner-operated businesses serving the community. For more information on living in the Sedona real estate area feel free to contact our offices. We have up to date listings of Sedona real estate and Sedona Luxury Homes. We can also offer info on schools, neighborhood and community services and everything you may need to move to beautiful Sedona!