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Coyote Hill is located in Benson, Cochise County, AZ. With private and public schools, shopping, restaurants, a hospital, a satellite campus of Cochise College, and a local airport, Benson offers the necessities while still maintaining its small-town feel. Benson lies approximately 35 miles east of the city of Tucson, AZ. Tucson is the second largest city in Arizona and offers easy access to major medical services, the University of Arizona, Tucson International Airport, museums, Davis-Monthan Airbase, shopping, and a variety of entertainment and restaurant options. Coyote Hill is also situated just a short distance from Hwy 90 which allows a straight shot of about 30 miles to Sierra Vista and Fort Huachuca.
Southeastern Arizona is an area steeped in history and western lore – from the famous shootout between the Earps and Cowboys at the OK Corral in Tombstone, to the conflicts with the Apaches, including Cochise and Geronimo, which flowed into the surrounding mountain ranges. The area is also rich with natural wonders, including Cochise Stronghold; Texas Canyon; multiple mountain ranges; and Kartchner Caverns, a spectacular living cave. With a mild climate, the area offers year round opportunities for a variety of outdoor activities including horseback, golf, hiking, bicycle riding, motorcycling, and more. The average high temperature in Benson reaches the mid 90’s in June, with mornings in the 60’s. The average low temperature drops to the low 30’s in January, but the afternoons warm to the 50’s and low 60’s. The average rainfall in the area is around 11.5 inches, with most of the moisture coming during the monsoon season, typically lasting from early July to mid-September. Morning clouds build to beautiful afternoon/evening storms.
Constructed with exposed, stabilized adobe block and large wooden beams, the home exudes the warmth and comfort of nature. Ceramic tile and stained, solid wood doors add to relaxing feel of this southwestern home. The open living area features a corner fireplace for the cool winter nights and large windows for enjoying the views. A covered and partially enclosed porch stretches along the length of the house, offering plenty of room for an outside eating area, a comfortable seating arrangement, and more. With two workstations, two refrigerators, and two pantries, the kitchen is well equipped for entertaining. The Master Suite features a large, walk-in closet incorporated into the on-suite bathroom and French doors exiting to the covered porch. This all electric home features Pella windows, Butler doors, a jetted tub in the guest bath, an oversized carport, and two water heaters.
Property Features and Horse Facilities
This 23.59 acre property is divided into two parcels: 8.09 acres with the house, stalls, and shop/storage building; and, 15.5 acres of open land with an RV hookup site - including power, water and septic - set for optimal views and privacy.
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