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We live here. We work here. We know Arizona Real Estate. Let us show you.

Benson

Enjoy the small town feel in this 3 traffic light town. There are just enough accommodations within city limits to keep your family, home or farm running smoothly without all the hustle and bustle of the surrounding cities.

Douglas

A small, charming border community with over 100 years of rich history. Historic landmarks including the Hotel Gadsden, the Southern Pacific Railroad Depot, the Grand Theater, Church Square, and the first international airport in the U.S.

Sierra Vista

Spanish for 'mountain view', Sierra Vista serves as the main commercial, cultural, and recreational hub of Cochise County. Sierra Vista is located on the southwestern side of Cochise County and is 15 miles from the border of Mexico.

Tucson

Tucson is home to a wide range of museums, historic sites, hiking trails, golf courses, and some of the most unique flora and fauna in the world, giving visitors plenty to do during their visit.

Bisbee

The Copper Queen of Arizona, a former copper mining town now known for its walkability, eclectic art galleries, unique architecture and a melting pot of residents.

Dragoon

The community lies along the Union Pacific Railroad between the Dragoon Mountains to the southeast and the Little Dragoon Mountains to the northwest. Interstate 10 passes through the Texas Canyon area approximately three miles to the west of the village.

St David

St. David was established as a result of the Mormon Battalion having earlier passed through the San Pedro River valley in 1846. The early St. David settlers played an important role in establishing the subsequent surrounding settlements, such as Fort Huachuca and Tombstone.

Vail

The area is known for the nearby Colossal Cave, a large cave system, and the Rincon Mountains District of Saguaro National Park, a top tourism spot within Arizona. Vail was originally a siding and water stop on the Southern Pacific Railroad.

Cochise

Here are great outdoor opportunities for hiking, rock climbing, camping, picnicking, & bird watching. This area also has great opportunities for peaceful relaxation, particularly at the many Inns, B&B's, & guest ranches.

Pearce

At 4,400 feet of elevation, the area is also known for its milder summers which make it ideal for quality grapes and vineyards (recognized as an American Viticultural Area). Pearce is best known as a historic ghost town.

Tombstone

The Town Too Tough To Die! If you want to take a step back in time, lets look at homes in this tourist attraction town.

Willcox

Willcox continues to thrive as an agricultural community, especially noted wine tasting rooms and award-winning vineyards. Willcox is home to the Cowboy Hall of Fame, the Chiricahua Regional Museum and Research Center, and the Rex Allen Museum.

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