Panoramic view of Mingus Mountain and Jerome. This land behind the ranch is flat and usable.
The Verde River is the life blood of the community.
The view from the kilns in the summer...twice a day, the train passes by.
Straight ahead to the river and the kilns.
Separated from the bunkhouse and kilns, the main house has plenty of room to spread out.
Kilns used by master ceramic artist Don Reitz are ready for the next firing.
The main house is perfect for a large family, a private getaway, or an entertaining space.
The living room has a wood burning stove in the corner by the picture window.
Look out onto the acreage, all the way across the Verde River to the Verde Canyon Railroad Track.
Enter the basement from the side of the ranch. A kiln can be seen in the photo.
Looking toward the doorway that leads to the office, bonus room and exterior doorway.
Nice sized bedroom on the north corner of the ranch home.
Bedroom on the south corner of the ranch house.
Middle bedroom in the ranch house.
Outside entrance, lots of windows and facing south.
Outside entrance with large room on the south facing side of the ranch house.
West side of the ranch house.
One of two gated entrances.Straight ahead to the river.
Cook Ranch Road leads to the Main Ranch House and has a gate.
From the rear of the Ranch House looking toward Mingus Mountains.
Notice the kiln chimneys.
High above the river, a working artist's dream.
Historic Sullivan Ranch Bunkhouse. Perfect for guest quarters, display, studio.
Work and display areas plus kitchen and bathroom.
Arizona's only Wild and Scenic River, a true treasure of The Verde Valley.
Cool waters for swimming in the summer...kayaking, fishing and peaceful picnics.
Twice a day, the train passes the ranch, a delightful tradition in The Verde Valley. Pictured here in the winter.
Photo by Ron Chilston, taken from Jerome.