Alpine, Arizona 5 Acre Forested Estate

Set amid towering stands of old growth ponderosa pines, this spacious 5.22 acre estate in Alpine, Arizona is a rare find in Arizona’s most scenic wilderness setting. Alpine is centered in the prime outdoor sports region in all of northern Arizona. Hunters and fishermen from all over the world travel to this unique recreational jewel to fish the area’s free flowing streams and well stocked lakes and hunt big game in the surrounding national forest. Families from Phoenix and Tucson have long traveled to Alpine to escape the heat of the southern Arizona deserts. Alpine is a small country town free of the traffic noise, crime and pollution of larger towns. There are no fast food restaurants, bright lights, or even a stop light. The village’s well stocked general store, café, post office, gift shops and lodges are a short walk from the property. Your mountain cabin will be surrounded by picturesque mountains, lush green meadows and cool clear mountain air free of urban noise light pollution.

The cool summer high temperatures in the Alpine valley (typically in the 70’s) encourage outdoor activities including, fishing, hunting, boating, hiking, mountain biking, horseback riding and golf. Wintertime brings downhill skiing at nearby Sunrise ski resort, snowmobiling, cross country skiing and ice fishing.
The gentle contours throughout the property make building anywhere within it easy. There are no steep unusable slopes, washes, or surface rock to contend with. Each acre is entirely usable. A hard surfaced County maintained cinder road provides easy access to the land. Power, phone, sewer and city water lines are available for immediate connection along the property’s road frontage. The land is just steps from the border of the 2,000,000 acre Sitgreaves National Forest, providing easy access to a host of recreational activities. Outdoor decks and cabin windows will look out into a quiet richly forested natural landscape. The property’s zoning allows for additional partitioning into smaller parcels for either investment or estate planning purposes. Sensible use guidelines protect property values (no mobile homes). There are no property association obligations or dues to pay.

If you are looking for a truly quiet, secluded, and recreation rich location for your family’s mountain retreat, then make the scenic drive to Alpine, Arizona and experience the serenity and beauty of this spacious forested retreat.

For more information, or to schedule and appointment to walk the land, please call JR Price at (928) 521-7882 or fill out the form below.

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Map of 5 Acre Forested Estate in Alpine, AZ



Alpine 5 Acre Estate Price

Owner financing is available with affordable terms.

Prices, terms and availability subject to change without notice.

White Mountains Area Activities Guide

“White Mountain Area Activities Guide” is just a sampling of the numerous nearby outdoor recreational opportunities available to owners in the Alpine, Arizona area.*

A-1 Lake

Twenty-two miles east of Pinetop off SR 260. This scenic lake is great for Rainbow and Brook trout.
Open mid-May to mid-September.

Elevation: 8,900 ft

Season: mid-May to mid-September

Becker Lake

Two miles northwest of Springerville, off US 60. The lake is known for large Rainbow and Brown trout.

Elevation: 6,900’

Season: first Friday in April to November 30th

Big Lake

Nineteen miles southwest of Eager using SR 260 and SR 273 either approaching from the east near Eagar or the west near Sunrise Resort. It is stocked each spring and fall with more than 30,000 trout. Rainbow is the best yield with good catches of Brook and Cutthroat trout.

Elevation: 9,000’

Season: May to November with snowmobile access in winter.

Bunch Reservoirs

One mile north of Greer. Rainbow and Brown trout are the main catches. Early spring fishing is best, after the ice and snow thaws.

Elevation: 8,200’

Season: Early spring fishing is best, after the ice and snow thaws.

Concho Lake

60 acres. Elevation 6,300 ft. Ten miles west of St. Johns off SR 61. Use your favorite bait or lure for the Rainbow, Cutthroat, and Brook trout here. Other fish species include Largemouth Bass and Sunfish.

Elevation: 6,300’

Season: April to November.

Crescent Lake

Forty-one miles southeast of Pinetop using SR 260 and SR 273. Known for its Brook and Rainbow trout.

Elevation: 8,900’

Season: Spring through November.

Hawley Lake

Take SR 260 east on SR 473. One of the highest lakes in the state, Hawley is located on the White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation and a daily fishing permit is required. Rainbow, Cutthroat, Brown and Brook trout are all found here.

Elevation: 8,200’

Horseshoe Cienega Lake

121 acres. Eighteen miles east of Pinetop off SR 260. The lake is visible from the highway. One of the most popular reservation fishing lakes it has given up the state record for Brown trout at 16 lbs.7oz. Stocked with large Rainbow-Apache hybrids, Rainbow, Browns, and Apache trout. Year round fishing.

Elevation: 8,100’

Season: May to September.

Lee Valley Lake

One-half mile west of SR 273, about halfway between Sunrise and Big Lake. The main attraction here is Arctic Grayling and Apache trout. Special regulations apply.

Elevation: 9,400’

Luna Lake

120 acres. Three miles southeast of Alpine, off US 180. Rainbow, Cut-throat, and Brook trout fill up the nets here. Popular ice fishing.

Elevation: 7,600’

Season: All Year.

Lee Valley Lake

One-half mile west of SR 273, about halfway between Sunrise and Big Lake. The main attraction here is Arctic Grayling and Apache trout. Special regulations apply.

Elevation: 9,400’

Lyman Reservoir

1400 acres. Seventeen miles north of Springerville, off US 191. Anglers may come up with almost anything on their line at this large lake: Rainbow, Channel Catfish, Crappie, Largemouth Bass, Walleye, Bluegill and Sunfish, to name a few. Lyman Lake State Park is a real “family” place, lots of facilities for everyone!

Elevation: 6,000’

Nelson Reservoir

100 acres. Five miles south of Nutrioso, off US 191. Easy access from the highway. Home to Rainbow, Cutthroat, Brook and Brown trout. Fishing access for people with disabilities. 

Elevation: 7,400’

Season: Spring, summer and fall.

Rainbow Lake

100 acres. One block south of SR 260, using either Rainbow Lake Road or Lake View Road. Shore fishing off the north or west ends, popular for Rainbow and Brown trout, Largemouth Bass, Sunfish, Catfish and Bluegill. During the winter, Bald Eagles are common around the lake.

Elevation: 6,800’

Reservation Lake

280 acres. Nineteen miles south of SR 260 using SR 273 and FS 116. Rainbow, Brook, and Brown trout abound in this beautiful mountain lake.

Elevation: 9,000’

Season: April to November.

River Reservoir

120 acres. One mile north of Greer, off FS 245. One of the three Greer lakes, has a lot of big Browns, also Rainbow trout.

Elevation: 8,200’

Sunrise Lake

900 acres. Thirty miles east of Pinetop using SR 260 and SR 273. One of the largest and best trout lakes in the area with fish growing into the 15-20 inch range. Also boasts large Graylings.

Elevation: 9,100’

Tonto Lake

82 acres. Thirty-three miles south-east of Fort Apache using Y70 and Y40 or access from Pacheta Lake using Y40. Fast-growing Rainbow and Apache trout. Check White Mountain Apache Game and Fish for special regulations.

Also in the vicinity are: Ackre Lake, Bills Lakes at Cedar Valley, Bog Tank, Bootleg, Chevelon Canyon, Christmas Tree, Cooley, Cyclone, Drift Fence, Earl Park, Fool Hollow, Fred’s Lakes, George’s Basin, The Greer Lakes (Bunch, River and Tunnel), Hulsey, Hurricane, Little Mormon Lakes, McNary Millponds, Meadow, Mexican Hay Lakes, Nash Tank, Pacheta Lake, Scott’s Reservoir, Show Low, Sierra Blanca Lakes, Shush Be Tou (The name is Apache for “Big Bear Lake.”), Shush Be Zahze (“Little Bear Lake.”), Tunnel Reservoir, Whipple, Willow Springs, Woodland and Woods Canyon Lakes.

Elevation: 7,800’


Sunrise, Arizona’s premier skiing resort and a regional standout. 3 mountains, 7 lifts, over 60 trails. Lodge, restaurant, bar, rentals, repairs, instruction, more. This complex has it all, gets better every year and features the first, last and best snow in the state.

Area Wildlife

The White Mountains region is a hunters; photographers’ and birdwatchers’ paradise! We won’t even attempt to list songbirds, shorebirds and waterfowl – over 150 species are regular visitors.

Big Game

Elk, Deer, Antelope, Turkey, Javelina.

Small Game

Squirrel, Rabbit, Dove an Quail.

Game Fish

Trout, Pike, Bass, Catfish, Bullhead, Sunfish, Bluegill and Walleye.

Predators and Furbearers

Bobcat, Coyote, Fox, Badger, Raccoon, Ringtail Cat and Beaver.

Rare and Endangered

Southern Bald Eagle, American Peregrine Falcon and Owl.

*NOTE: United Realty does not warrant the accuracy of this information.