Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty known for representing Arizona’s finest and most extraordinary properties, continues that tradition with this once-in-a-lifetime Arizona dude ranch estate nestled at the base of the majestic Mogollon Rim, Arizona’s 200-mile long escarpment that hosts the world’s largest Ponderosa Pine forest.

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Luxury ranch and property agents, Frank Aazami and Nancy Read proudly present No Toro Ranch at 1804 Pyle Ranch Road in Payson, Arizona is available for sale for $5,900,000. This was previously owned by Rusty Lyon, founder of Westcor and developer of some of the most successful shopping malls in the southwest. Rusty’s father, Russ Lyon, started our very own Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty over 77 years ago. The Lyon family donated La Cienega to Arizona State University which later sold it to current owner, the Earnhardt family of the Earnhardt automobile empire. With a variety of outdoor experiences spread across the property from property meshes frontier adventure with opulent living to create a luxury estate with rustic charm. The expansive No Toro Ranch offers trout streams to hiking trails, plus a roping and horseback riding arena and seven residential homes, that when combined contain 18 bedrooms and 15 baths in 14,989-square-feet of living space. These homes are called the Main House, Gingerbread House, Mother-In-Law House, Manager’s House, Bunk House and Hill House.

The Main House is a two-story rustic log cabin meant for entertaining guests and friends. Downstairs the house opens into a large family room and living room with a massive fireplace. The primary bedroom with a large bathroom, half bath, recreation room, formal dining area, and large kitchen branch off from the central guest greeting area. Upstairs a secondary bedroom, bathroom and loft expand to a grand deck and balcony that are perfect for looking out upon the house’s courtyard. Behind the home a custom-made fire pit warms the expansive deck. Attached to the house is a two-car garage with a mechanical workspace. This garage represents only 2 of the 9 garage spaces spread out across the property. 

Gingerbread House gets its name from the intricate design and decorations found throughout the house. Its proud two-story wooden frame sits majestically upon stone construction. Inside the southwestern architecture breathes life into two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a family room with a fireplace. Outside a screen porch and covered entry let visitors enjoy the outdoors while being a step away from the tranquil interior.

The Mother-In-Law House is a two-story home with wood frame construction holding three bedrooms and two bathrooms. The interior contains new flooring and updated appliances including a built-in microwave and ceiling fans built into vaulted ceilings. Plant shelves, plantation shutters and mirrored closet doors fill out the home. The house also has a two-car garage with a utility room. Outside, a deck with a screen door lets visitors listen to a babbling stream that runs year-round directly behind the home.

The Manager’s House was built in 1970 with a square footage of 2,736. This home has two beds and two baths, a living room with a fireplace, a family room and formal dining area. Additionally, the property contains a loft, office area, two-car garage with a workshop area and a large covered porch.

To complete this western dream, three more homes dot the estates. The Bunk House built in 1986 with a wood frame holds 904 square feet. This single-story home has two bedrooms, two bathrooms, living room and a large covered porch. Hill House is a single-story house built in 1991 with 1,045 square feet with two bedrooms, two baths, living room and covered porch. Finally, the Trailer House is a single-wide manufactured home with 521-square-feet.

Find your new, rugged adventure in the modern Wild West at No Toro Ranch with the nearby hiking trails, lakes, mountains, trout streams and campsites. The property has been re-named No Toro Ranch. The name comes from Earnhardt’s famous “No Bull” motto at The property is also surrounded by Gila National Forest land, offering wonderful hunting opportunities. Hone in on the Arizonan experience courtesy of Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty.