There are a number of potential building sites on the property where you'll never be in view of another house, where you'll be free to do as you please with no interruptions. To the east, the property borders a square mile of state land, which means it will never be built on or occupied. The highest point in the immediate vicinity is within the property's boundaries. This volcanic outcropping holds the remains of prehistoric Anasazi stone structures. Ancient pottery shards litter the ground; it's actually hard to walk around without spotting them everywhere. The area is also rich in wildlife: antelopes, coyotes, eagles, owls, and many other animals make their homes here, and it's not unusual to spot them. The air quality ranks among the cleanest in the country, and the nighttime sky is one of the most spectacular you'll find anywhere, thanks to the Flagstaff "Dark Skies" ordinance, which strictly limits upward-directed light at night. The land is forested by junipers and pinyon pines, and its meadows are blanketed by native blue and black grama grass. The ground itself is covered by small cinders ranging in color from black to tan to red, beautiful reminders of the region's volcanic origins.
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