The property is located on the historic Hart Prairie Road and is one of the last private parcels available. Totally surrounded by National Forest, this spectacular 160 acre site is the home of mature aspen, tall pines, beautiful meadow, and the stunning natural beauty of the views of the San Francisco Peaks. Frequent visitors are deer, elk, wild turkey, squirrels, various birds and the Mexican Spotted Owl. The cabin was rebuilt in 1982 on the foundation of the Hochderffer Hills original school house which was built in the late 1800s amongst the volcanic rock outcroppings. The home is totally self-sufficient with a generator for electricity, propane furnace for heat and a pump house which has two generators and a hand dug well to provide water for most of the summer. In addition, there is a 3000 gallon water tank for which water delivery is readily available if needed. Since 1960, three generations have kept the integrity and beauty of the original homestead which is surrounded by undeveloped National Forest. The family has thoroughly enjoyed their summers and winter retreats with lots of wonderful memories and experiences. There is nothing like this property in today's market. The remote feel is still there; access to flagstaff is within 30 minutes as well as the south rim of the Grand Canyon which is only 60 minutes to the north. Sedona is a mere hour away. Activities include horseback riding, cross country skiing (the flagstaff Nordic center is just due west one mile as the crow flies) and the famed Arizona Trail hiking trail, which runs north to Montana and south to the AZ border, is on the left side of the 160 acre ranch.