The Crown C Ranch is located in southeastern Arizona approximately 50 miles south of Tucson. The property has a colorful history and is the site of Camp Crittenden, a Cavalry post established in August 10, 1867 to protect settlements in the Babacomari, Sonoita and Santa Cruz Valleys. The current owners acquired the Crown C Ranch in the late 1970's and since that time the Crown C Ranch has been operated as a working cattle and guest ranch.
The Crown C Ranch consists of approximately 478 acres of deeded land and 20,000 acres of Forest Allotment grazing leases. The Ranch will graze approximately 280 head of cattle annually on the deeded, Forest Allotments and adjacent private grazing leases.
The Crown C Ranch has some exceptional and carefully built improvements. The Main House was constructed in 1937 out of native adobe block and is approximately 6,100 square feet. The architecture is unique and the layout consists of 9 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms, dining room, living room, guest wing, numerous sitting areas and three large screened porches. The home has been carefully maintained over the years and is situated to maximize the beautiful views in every direction. There is also a swimming pool, labor house and beautiful adobe barn on the property.
This property is one of the last large land parcels available in the immediate Sonoita area. The surrounding properties have been carefully deed restricted to insure that future development is tasteful and in harmony with the landscape and adjoining properties. This is a unique opportunity to acquire a beautiful property that enjoys a very quiet rural lifestyle within close proximity of Tucson.
There is an additional 133 acres adjacent to the north boundary of the Deeded land that is available for purchase from a separate owner. This property would make a nice addition to the Crown C Ranch.