Townhouses for sale in Sedona AZ

9 Townhouses for sale in Sedona

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  • 106 Jasmine Ct, Nepenthe, AZ
    106 Jasmine Ct
    Nepenthe, Sedona, AZ
    2 beds
    2 baths
    1,161 sqft
  • 847 Dusty Rose Dr, Nepenthe, AZ
    847 Dusty Rose Dr
    Nepenthe, Sedona, AZ
    2 beds
    2 1/2 baths
    1,322 sqft
  • 3933 Positano Pl, Park Place, AZ
    3933 Positano Pl
    Park Place, Sedona, AZ
    3 beds
    2 1/2 baths
    2,300 sqft
  • 401 Desert Poppy Dr, Nepenthe, AZ
    401 Desert Poppy Dr
    Nepenthe, Sedona, AZ
    2 beds
    2 baths
    1,142 sqft
  • 1320 Vista Montana, Vista Montana, AZ
    1320 Vista Montana
    Vista Montana, Sedona, AZ
    3 beds
    3 baths
    1,541 sqft
  • 3934 Positano Pl, Park Place, AZ
    3934 Positano Pl
    Park Place, Sedona, AZ
    3 beds
    2 baths
    1,749 sqft
  • $810,780
    3954 Positano Pl
    Park Place, Sedona, AZ
    2 beds
    2 1/2 baths
    1,642 sqft
  • $838,295
    3958 Positano Pl
    Park Place, Sedona, AZ
    3 beds
    2 baths
    1,749 sqft
  • $794,100
    3847 Portofino Way
    Park Place, Sedona, AZ
    3 beds
    2 baths
    1,749 sqft
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Sedona is a city in the state of Arizona. Sedona is home to approximately 10,246 people and 6,450 households. 19% of the households in Sedona have children, compared to a national average of 43%. From the occupied housing units in Sedona, 73% is owner occupied and 27% is renter-occupied.
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Sedona, Arizona: A Desert Oasis with a Vibrant Community

Nestled among the red sandstone formations and surrounded by the stunning beauty of the high desert, Sedona is a unique and enchanting place to call home. With its picturesque landscapes, thriving art scene, and spiritual energy, it's no wonder that Sedona homes have become increasingly popular among those seeking a serene yet vibrant lifestyle.

Sedona is not only known for its awe-inspiring natural beauty but also for the deep sense of community that permeates the town. Sedona homes are often part of close-knit neighborhoods, where residents have the opportunity to connect with one another through various activities and events. Whether it's through the many art galleries, outdoor adventures, or wellness retreats, there's always something happening in Sedona to bring people together.

The variety of Sedona homes available caters to a wide range of preferences, from cozy adobe-style houses to modern, eco-friendly designs that blend seamlessly with the surrounding environment. Many homes feature large windows and open living spaces to make the most of the breathtaking views, while others offer private courtyards and gardens that create a tranquil, personal oasis.

One of the most significant advantages of living in Sedona is the abundance of outdoor activities at your fingertips. Sedona homes are just a stone's throw away from the famous Red Rock State Park, where you can hike, bike, or simply enjoy the majestic scenery. The town also boasts a plethora of world-class golf courses, tennis courts, and sports facilities, ensuring that active residents have no shortage of ways to stay fit and engaged.

Another compelling reason to consider Sedona homes is the thriving arts and culture scene. The town is renowned for its numerous art galleries, showcasing local and international talent alike. Additionally, Sedona is home to various annual events, including the Sedona International Film Festival and the Sedona Arts Festival, which draw thousands of visitors and enrich the cultural fabric of the community.

Sedona's spiritual energy is yet another feature that sets it apart from other towns. Many people are drawn to Sedona homes for their proximity to the area's famed vortex sites, which are believed to have unique energy fields that promote healing and personal growth.

In conclusion, Sedona offers a one-of-a-kind living experience, blending the serenity of its stunning natural landscapes with the vibrancy of its arts and culture scene. If you're considering a move, Sedona homes provide a truly unique opportunity to be part of this enchanting desert oasis.

The City of Sedona began as a quiet agricultural community and was founded in 1902, and incorporated as a city in 1988.

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