68 Wood Canyon Road
Patagonia 85624
TAR/MLS #21732543
LAZY RR RANCH HEADQUARTERS.  Originally thousands of acres, it now encompasses 94 acres with 9 Ranch buildings, including 2 Homes (3,295sf Main 4 bedroom/ 4 bathroom and 1,470sf Ranch Manager's 3 bedroom/ 2 bathroom); 3 Guest Quarter buildings; a large open Barn w/Tack Room, clean Storage, Hay Storage and nearby Arena; a 6-car Carport with enclosed Workshop plus a modest Storage bldg.  SCC's Tax Assessor has the buildings dating from 1942 to 1961.  Collectively, in this rare setting, they readily invoke Lazy RR's colorful ranching roots.  The buildings have tremendous potential but are in varying states of disrepair and priced accordingly, as-is.  Nestled in between the Santa Rita Mountain Range and the Canelo Hills, serene Lazy RR is in the heart of a stunning Sky Island setting known for its outstanding biological diversity and uncommon natural beauty.
Bedrooms: 11     Bathrooms: 9     Total Sq Ft: 5,396     Acres: 94.07     View: Mountain, Panoramic, Pasture, Rural, Wooded      Fireplaces : 3     Pool/Spa: Yes     Floor: Ceramic Tile, Concrete, Vinyl     Patio: Covered, Patio, Screen     Garage/Carport: Carport  
Construction: Masonry - Stucco     Style: Ranch, Southwestern, Territorial     Year Built: 1942     Taxes: 2016 / $6,269.46     Stories: 1     Guest Facilities: 1 Guest House, 2 Guest Quarters     Split Bedroom: Yes     Interior Steps: No     Roof: Metal, Shingle, Tile     Fence: Barb Wire, Masonry Stucco     Cool System: Other     Heat System: Baseboard, Wall Unit     Gas: Propane     Water: Well     Sewer: Septic     Security: None     Green Features Bath Exhaust Out; Kitchen Exhaust Out; Non Formaldehyde Cabinets
Adult Community: No     Athletic Facilities: No     Basement: No     Cable Available: No     Deed Restrictions: No     Gated Community: No     Horse Facilities: Yes     Horses Allowed: Yes     Split Level: No         
Paved Street: No     Subdivision: None     HOA Fees: None       Subdivided Lots: Yes     Dividable Lot: Yes     Fix Up: No