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T Anchor Ranch
Yavapai County, Arizona

View from Upper Grazing Permit

Front View of Owner's House
Rear View Owner's House
Manager's House

Bunk House
Lodge/Guest House
Mare Motel

Horse Barn and Tack Room
Corrals at Headquarters
Overview of Headquarters

Looking E at Lower Grazing Permit from Heaquarters Deeded
Sycamore Creek at Headquarters
Sycamore Creek at Double T Deeded

Double T Shipping Corrals
Overview Double T Deeded
US Forest Grazing Permit

US Forest Grazing Permit


Location Map
Topography Map
Aerial Map

Aerial of 501-28-005 and 005
Aerial of 501-29-001 and 002

Location - The T- Anchor Ranch is located approximately 60 miles north of Phoenix in the Dugas area of Yavapai County.  The Headquarters is located on the Sycamore Creek approximately 10 miles east of Interstate 17 from the Dugas Road exit.  The Creek crosses the Ranch from east to west and bisects three of the deeded parcel.  The grazing permit runs from the Sycamore Ranger Station to the Verde Rim and encompasses a portion of the Pine Mountain Wilderness area.

Topography - The elevation ranges from approximately 4,200’ at the headquarters to above 6.800’ on some of the higher peaks in the Pine Mountain Wilderness area.  The terrain varies from gently sloping to rolling grassland in the western portion of the ranch to mountainous in the eastern portion.  This elevation range and terrain provides for a mild climate and a wide variety of vegetation.

Vegetation - The vegetation on the T Anchor Ranch ranges from semi desert grassland at the lower elevations, to interior chaparral to great basin conifer woodland at the upper elevations.  Predominant grasses are Tobosa, Curly Mesquite, Galleta and various Grama grasses. Annuals such as Indian Wheat and Alfilaria occur in years with adequate late winter and early spring precipitation.  Browse includes Shrubby Buckwheat, Guajilla, and Mountain Mahogany. Other vegetation includes mesquite, pinion and juniper and pines. 

Climate - This area has a mild year-round climate. Rainfall averages approximately fourteen to eighteen inches annually. The average temperature at Cordes,  the nearest reporting station indicates, from mid-June until early September is in the 80’s, varying from the upper 50’s at daybreak to the low 90’s in the afternoon. Temperatures do occasionally reach 100° during some mid-summer days but typically cool down in the evenings. Winter temperatures range from the 30’s at night to the low 60’s in the afternoon.

Utilities - Electricity provided by Arizona Public Service to the Headquarters.  Telephone is provided by various Cellular Companies.  Internet and Television are provided by Satellite providers.

Water - The domestic water at the headquarters is provided by two equipped wells.  There is also a registered well at the Double T deeded that is not currently in use.  Livestock water is provided by approximately 17 springs, surface water and 8 dirt stock tanks.


$2,484.72 2
USFS Sycamore Allotment


  • Owners House consists of 4 bedroom 3 ½ bath house built in 2005.  It has approximately 3,190 sq. ft. plus over 1,976 sq. ft of covered wrap around porch and patio.  It has a fireplace, a wood stove and dual air conditioning units.  This house is highly improved with upgraded cabinetry, extensive tile, ceiling fans and high end appliances and fixtures. 
  • Guest House/Lodge consists of a 2 bedroom 2 bath house with approximately 2,500 sq; ft.  It has wood floors, vaulted ceiling, two fireplaces, ceiling fans and dual central air and heat. This house sits on a hill and was designed to take advantage of the views of Sycamore Creek and the western portion of the ranch with floor to ceiling windows and a large elevated deck.
  • Managers House consists of a comfortable 3 bedroom 2 bath house with a fireplace and central air conditioning and heat.
  • Bunk House consists of a one bedroom one bath house.
  • Mare Motel six covered pens with a breezeway, a tack room and feed storage.
  • Horse Barn
  • Tack Room
  • Hay Barn
  • Shop
  • Pipe Working Corrals at Headquarters
  • Shipping Corrals at Double T
  • Extensive Range Improvements including two sets of steel pipe working pens, developed water, boundary and cross fencing into four primary pastures and a holding pasture.

Carrying Capacity - The overall carrying capacity is estimated at 450 Animal Units yearlong based on the US Forest Service Ratings.

$2,975,000 cash

Comments - The T Anchor Ranch is very well improved ranch with a mild year around climate located just over an hour north of Phoenix making it an easy commute to all of the amenities of a big city but still being able to enjoy the rural ranching lifestyle.  The deeded land consists of 4 individual Forest in holdings with 3 of the 4 lying along Sycamore Creek and the fourth at 1/8th mile spring which has consistently provided live water to a small spring fed pond.  These deeded Forest in holdings along riparian areas with this close proximity to Phoenix should provide for an excellent investment opportunity.

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Southwestern Ag Services, LLC
7254 East Southern, Ave St. 107
Mesa, Arizona 85209

Steven D. Pendleton
(480) 539-2671