Talahogan sits on a secluded Sedona hilltop. The name, Navajo for "house on hill," suggests what makes this vacation rental so extraordinary--its unique hilltop site with sweeping 360 Red Rock vistas! Located on Sedona's far west side, the hill borders the Coconino National Forest in an area of minimal development. Straddling both sides of the steep, narrow hill, the property has commanding, unobstructed views of much of Red Rock Country in all directions. The expansive Red Rock vistas from this secluded Sedona hilltop property are truly unique and breathtaking.
An Exceptional Sedona Hilltop--360 unobstructed Vistas
From this truly unique hilltop site there are expansive Red Rock vistas in virtually every direction. On the one side, the full sweep of the western and northern reaches of Red Rock Country in the national forest land--a seamless unobstructed tableau from the westernmost bastion of Red Rock Country to the 2000 ft uplift of the Mogollon Rim in the north. From the other hillside, a stunning, extensive panorama of Sedona's entire eastern and southern horizons--from the commanding dome of Thunder Mountain all the way around to iconic Cathedral, Bell and Courthouse Rocks on the far southern side of Red Rock Country.
A secluded Sedona Hilltop--Privacy & Tranquility
The secluded Sedona hilltop offers not only spectacular panoramas of Red Rock Country but also deep tranquility. Bordering the national forest, the property is located in Sedona's last haven of very low-density development. Moreover, the lot extends down both sides of the hill, and the 2.5 acres provide spacious privacy. Additionally, Talahogan can only be reached on a private, narrow, dead-end, dirt road. It's definitely off the beaten tourist path with minimal traffic. Miles from the high energy of Sedona's uptown commercial and tourist center, the tranquil hilltop and its environs provide an oasis of peacefulness in a country setting where wildlife abounds.
a beautiful hilltop--Harmonizing with the red rocks
Much of the hilltop is beautifully landscaped with winding paths, ponds, streams and large beds. From March into November, the garden delights with the colors and pungent fragrances of native vegetation and high country perennials. And in the background, the peaceful sound of running water. The colors, smells and life of this exceptional Sedona hilltop provide a beautiful, natural, restful setting in which to savor deeply the magnificence of the surrounding Red Rock creation.