Looking for Homes in Sedona?
The Sedona Verde Valley Association of Realtors (SVVAR) is the MLS for the cities of Sedona, Village of Oak Creek, Cottonwood, Jerome, Camp Verde, and Clarkdale. You will also find a partial list homes for sale within the general region but outside of the SVVAR.
- Electricity: APS 928-282-7128
- Citizens Arizona Gas 928-634-5555
- Sewer/Septic: Sedona 928-282-3113
- Telephone QWEST 800-244-1111
- Arizona Water Co. 928-282-7092
– Big Park Water: 928-284-2298
– Oak Creek Water 928-282-3404
City in 2 Counties
Sedona is split between Coconino and Yavapai Counties. Uptown Sedona and Little Horse Park (see map) are located in Coconino County. The other areas, and majority of the population, live in Yavapai County. The population within the incorporated limits is about 10,000.
Homes in Sedona and Oak Creek
Here is a historical perspective of homes sales in the area. Figures are based on the 4-year period from 2012-2016 in the Greater Sedona/Oak Creek Areas. NOTE: Numbers represent only sales of Homes in Sedona and nearby communities.
|$2.5 – $4 Mil||8||0.4%|
|$1.0 – $2.5 Mil||100||4.5%|
|$750K – $1 Mil||126||5.7%|
|$550K – $750K||404||18.3%|
|$250K – $500K||1,099||49.8%|
More Sedona Facts
The City of Sedona is located in Arizona’s high desert under the towering southwestern rim of the vast Colorado Plateau. Characterized by massive red-rock formations and the contrasting riparian areas of Oak Creek Canyon, the area surrounding Sedona is considered at least as beautiful as many national parks. It has four mild seasons marked by abundant sunshine and clean air. Ideally, the annual average high and low temperatures are 74.7 and 45.7 degrees, respectively.
- The city is 19 square miles.
- Only 51 percent of its area is privately owned homes in Sedona – the rest is part of the Coconino National Forest.
- The elevation generally is considered to be 4,500 feet, though well-known red-rock formations extend to more than a mile-high in elevation.
- The average age is 51.