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Sprawling Valley equestrian estate on the market for $6 million

Tuesday, December 13, 2022   /   by Juan Grimaldo

Sprawling Valley equestrian estate on the market for $6 million

A retired quarterhorse roper is selling his 38-acre equestrian estate in north Scottsdale.

Chris Johnson, owner of Four Peaks Saddlery, is asking $6 million for the secluded property that backs onto the Tonto National Forest. Click through the gallery above to see inside and outside the buildings on the property.

Johnson is currently also running his saddle-making business on the property, said Adrian Heyman, agent for The Agency in Scottsdale.

But Johnson and his wife Roxanne — who had the home built for them 21 years ago — are hoping to downsize to a smaller home within the Valley, Heyman said.

"It really is that kind of cowboy's dream, with a beautiful house, horse facilities and privacy," Heyman said.

Boasting an evaporative-cooled barn with oversized stalls and runs, covered arena, lighted round pen, roping arena and cow pens, the property also has a private well with 20,000 gallons of water storage built with commercial grade motors, pumps and computerized controllers.

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