Homes for Sale in Hidden Hollow
Hidden Hollow is a small subdivision of custom homes off of Fort Valley Road in the NW area of Flagstaff, about 6 minutes from downtown Flagstaff.
Homes in Hidden Hollow are built on beautiful forested lots and offer a picturesque, peaceful setting in the Ponderosa Pines. Hidden Hollow is a dirt road. Homes in Hidden Hollow are serviced by water delivery – there are no wells or city water in Hidden Hollow. This makes Hidden Hollow a highly desired area for residents who desire a beautiful custom home in the trees, close to downtown Flagstaff, who are comfortable with water delivery.
Hidden Hollow is conveniently close to Basha’s supermarket, located at the intersection of Humphreys and Fort Valley Road (The Columbus Street Plaza). Alternately, turn left on Forest Street from Fort Valley Road, drive along Cedar where you enjoy unparalleled views of our gorgeous mountain range, to Safeway on Cedar. Finally, continue on Fort Valley Road to Switzer Canyon Drive and enjoy Fry’s.
For early morning or any time of day coffee that is ground onsite, fresh pastries baked in-house, wraps, lunch, and an array of Flagstaff-produced products and beer, visit the Flagstaff Station Market Cafe also on Fort Valley Road.
With Arizona Snowbowl, our ski area, located off of Fort Valley Road, residents enjoy four seasons of hiking, biking, skiing, snowboarding and pure outdoor enjoyment.
Thorpe Park is a local outdoor haven. Located on the west side of Flagstaff, Thorpe Park is 219 Acres of softball and baseball fields, playgrounds, tennis courts, walking trails, dog park and soccer fields, embraced by Flagstaff’s beautiful mountains. The Francis Short Pond is also a favorite which encourages visitors to bring pets, watch wildlife and appreciate nature.
Cheshire Park is 13.79 acres of playgrounds, picnic areas, open fields and tennis courts.
Flagstaff Medical Center, our main hospital, is a very short drive from the North West Corridor (turn left on Forest Road). There is also a Nex Care Urgent Care at the intersection of Humphreys and Fort Valley Road.