A glimmering desert gem with a unique feature has landed on the real estate market in Tucson, Arizona.
A 87-acre property that was once a working cattle ranch built in the 1950s is now a 14-bedroom, 16-bathroom lodge with “direct legal gated access” into the Saguaro National Park. But it will cost you.
It’s listed for $5.95 million. But considering the love put into this estate’s glamorous makeover, it’s worth it.
“The owners spared no expense transforming this property into nature’s paradise,” listing agent Adrianne Burnell said in a news release. “The breathtaking views of wildlife with the perfect amount of privacy make this property the ideal place for a residential compound, event venue, retreat or recreational ranch.”
The property includes:
Seven guest casitas
Three water wells
There’s also a large, primary ranch home that has the following amenities:
Dance floor on the lawn
“The Santa Fe designed ranch home and casitas possess Pueblo-style adobe exteriors that seamlessly blend each building with its natural surroundings,” said Burnell in the news release.
The listing is held by Berkshire Hathaway Homeservices Arizona Properties.