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Wenima is a remarkable and unique acreage, located in a hidden valley adjoining a protected wildlife area alongside the Little Colorado River, peppered with small groves of Arizona Black Walnut trees, wild roses and grape, and features two hiking trails. We have had the privilege to steward this extraordinary property for nearly twenty years and offer this exceptional retreat to interested parties.
The dynamic land moves from river views to high mesas with panoramic landscapes framed by the Arizona White Mountains. Herds of antelope and deer meander among its riparian and canyon lands dotted with juniper, cedar, and seasonal wildflowers and herbs. Throughout the years we have had the opportunity to share Wenima with Taoist practitioners, indigenous shamans, Hindu pandits, and revered saints. Each contributed a noteworthy layer of insightful wisdom and spiritual knowledge regarding the land—a living and breathing energetic eco-system.
The 300-plus acres are located within the municipality of Springerville, a small town that rests at 7,000 feet in elevation and is considered the gateway to the Arizona White Mountains. More importantly, Wenima lies in the sanction of the Gobean Star and is a significant power point within the Golden City. This is perhaps Wenima’s most important characteristic, and her auspicious landforms and spirit rocks aid and assist spiritual development and evolution.
Auspicious landforms include: Double-Headed Dragon Complex, Coyote Knolls (regulator), Sheela Na Gig, self-born Shiva Lingam, Ascension Pa’kua, Dragon Jumping the Gate, Tortoise Spirit Rock, Owl Spirit Rock, Hidden Valley Energy, Sky Altar (dragon-vein energy), and Wenima Heart Water Dragon. There are also numerous spirit rocks throughout Wenima Valley: observers, sentinels, and warriors.
The property may be split or developed into multiple homesites with pasture, garden and orchard areas, or kept as one large legacy estate to be enjoyed and cherished by future generations. The land is patented and has appurtenant water rights, a test well, American Land Title Association (ALTA) survey, an Environmental Assessment, and a Members of the Appraisals Institute (MAI) appraisal.
Large parcel of land for development as small farms or horse properties. Southeast corner has a registered well with easy access to electricity. Portions of property are candidates for Federal Conservation Easements. Western portions easily adjoin Wenima Wildlife Area and Arizona Game and Fish Hiking Trail access with remarkable River Views. Patented land with appurtenant water rights. Preliminary engineering and planning is available for anticipated development which includes infrastructure plans with eighteen homesites, and four casitas. Click here for more information.
This parcel has ready access off of the main easement (maintained by the Town of Springerville), and is surrounded by State Trust Lands and Arizona Game and Fish. Preliminary engineering is available with three 2.5-acre lots. It features stunning views of the Wenima Valley and Little Colorado River with easy access to hiking and horseback trails. Ancient Hopi wall is viewed to the east along with petroglyphs scattered along the bluff. Patented land with appurtenant water rights. Offered for sale as a separate parcel, or with entire acreage.
This parcel of land is secluded and well-suited as horse property with enough acreage for a home, guest house, barn, grazing area, and several gardens. There are stunning views to the South, looking across Arizona Game and Fish and the Little Colorado Wenima Valley, and onward to the West and North. The property is surrounded on two sides by Arizona Game and Fish and the Wenima Wildlife Area, to the North are Arizona State Trust Lands. The parcel sits above a bluff of unique petroglyphs that are edged (to the South) by the Wenima Walnut Grove. There are several large manos (ancient areas where Natives ground corn and grains) present on the property. The property is a unique setting with 360° views of the entire Wenima Valley, with many pinions and some alligator cedar. The east section of the land is covered with unique and rare hematarbles (a.k.a. Shaman Stones) formed hundreds of years ago by molten lava hitting ice and snow. It is alleged that these stones carry healing ability and are sought by healers and massage therapists for their curative energies. Offered for sale as a separate parcel, or with entire acreage.