GAMBEL'S QUAIL HIDEAWAY


This second-largest lot in the Highlands at Canyon Ridge seems even larger when you consider that it backs into a nature preserve. The elevated hillside provides superb views in every direction, and offers a glimpse of the preserve on top of Black Mountain. It is the only lot in the Highlands at Canyon Ridge with a designated building envelope, to assist in identifying the optimum building location. With this 4.99-acre property's dense growth of creosote, your closest neighbors are sure to be one of the Sonoran Desert's most unusual birds—the Gambel's quail—because they love to hide under the plant's low bushy branches.