(CAVE CREEK, Ariz.) — Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty, Arizona’s leader in luxury real estate, is excited to present a one-of-a-kind 38-acre hidden, secluded ranch in its very own private valley with rare artesian wells. The historic Golden Star Ranch in Cave Creek is a safe sanctuary with lush gardens and iconic views. The gated property brings new meaning to peacefulness and getting away from it all when we need it most.
Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty Agent Preston Westmoreland is the listing agent for the Golden Star Ranch at 7718 East Golden Reef Road, Cave Creek, Arizona 85331. The asking price is $2.9 million.
The Cave Creek property features a main ranch house, casitas, horse trails and horse stalls and mountainside building sites potentially for new homes.
“This secret sanctuary offers unparalleled seclusion and peace as well as picturesque Arizona views and landscapes. The property is also a modern-day Garden of Eden with lush flower beds and more than 50 varieties of fruit and nut trees,” Westmoreland said. “People can’t believe they are in the desert.”
Westmoreland said the Cave Creek Ranch was recently the site of a Hollywood production for a science fiction movie called Solus. Westmoreland said the film’s director, Adrian Carr, picked the Arizona location because of its picturesque cliffs and rugged mountains.
The ranch also has historic roots serving as large mining camp with gold mines. A huge stamp mill used at the Gold Reef Ranch was donated and reassembled piece-by-piece at the Cave Creek Museum. Mineral rights come with sale of the property. Buyers also haven an option to purchase an additional 40 acres of adjacent land.