This road leads through the ranch to the main ranch house.
Fully restored late 1890s sheep herders cabin.
This cabin functions as a guest house for visitors or family. This is the real west.
Ring dating was done prior to restoration.
Dated 1896-97. Beautifully restored.
41 x 25 ft Barn with additional 30 ft covered area provides adequate space for hay, grain, tack or vechicles.
Deer, Elk and Nature.
This provided shelter for ranch hands.
Historic Ranch house restored with an additional 3000 sq ft addition makes this Ranch Home just magical. The transformation is a work of art.
The oiginal historic 900 sq ft home is at this corner and blends into the main section of the additional 3000 sq ft.
You can relax and enjoy 1500 square feet of covered Porch. This porch wraps around to the side entrance of the house.
Flagstone walk way to the Ranch House.
Front entrance to the Ranch House.
Craftmanship all the way.
Reaches up to the 24 ceiling and a great topic of discussion.
Hand crafted with circulating fans.
Quadra Fire Wood stove.
The old and new masterfully meet! What a treat!
Large open living room.
This spacious dining area is where one could entertain.
The Master Bedroom Suite is accessible through the walk way beyond the dining table.
Fabulous Kitchen with high end appliances and granite counter tops.
Knotty Hickory Custom Cabinets and custom lighting.
Extra dining in the living room area.
The Alligator Juniper tree is helping support the lofted area.
The loft has an outdoor deck with views of the Canyon Ranch.
This master bedroom has room for a sitting area and also has outside access.
This bedroom has a large walk-in closet and outside access.
Master Bathroom with Alligator Juniper counter tops.
Outside access to a back patio.
This bedroom has it own bathroom too.
This bathroom is off the hall of the two guest bedrooms and office in the historic section.
This office is in the historic section.. This could also be used as a 3rd guest bedroom within the ranch house.
You will experience the Four Seasons at the Ranch.
This is fed by the seasonal flow of Brookbank Creek which runs through the entire length of the property.
This cave overlooks the Ranch House. The Anasazi and Mogollon people lived and hunted this area in the 11th through the 13th centuries.
A view of Brookbank Canyon from the Ranch house loft.
View of Brookbank Canyon Ranch. This ranch is secluded but not isolated. With only a one hour drive from Payson, Show Low or Holbook and a convenient drive from Phoenix makes this ranch easily accessible.