Amidst the uncertainty in 2020 brought on by COVID-19, one thing is clear – families are enjoying escaping the realities of daily life in a new way. Data is already showing an increase in interest in rural areas amongst real estate buyers – indicating that vacation homes and moves to small towns might be on the rise. With more families having the option to work and learn remotely, spending time at a second residence or moving to a more rural area away from higher infection rates of the novel coronavirus is more attractive than ever.
The Estates are a luxury 16-lot collection of exclusive 10-acre homesites neighboring Flagstaff’s coveted Forest Highlands neighborhood and bordered by the Coconino National Forest. The recently completed project offers Arizonans a unique chance to purchase the large properties with wide open spaces that allow for social distancing, access to nature and a place to escape to during online learning and virtual workdays.
The home lots also provide an opportunity for families to design their dream, custom home – which is more accessible now than ever with more downtime due to the pandemic. Some common features that people are adding to their new homes include spacious home offices, separate work rooms for kids and large yards with activities for families to enjoy together. Each buyer will also be offered a membership to the prestigious Forest Highlands with amenities such as two club houses, resort-style pools and an 18-hole golf course.
These breathtaking mountain properties give real estate buyers the opportunity to find a rare, peaceful space in one of Arizona’s best-loved mountain towns where land is increasingly difficult to acquire due to high demand.
For more information on The Estates, visit www.brooksranchland.com/ranches/the-estates.