VIP March 2020



the forest highlands association newsletter

Recreation. ............ 10 Dining..................... 13 Realty..................... 14

Club President......... 2 Club News................ 3

Security.................... 7 Fitness. .................... 8 Tennis....................... 9

dining customers have seen no service charge on their bill. Again, our employees are paid competitively, and the cost is built into the dues. We have launched a sustainability program this year. Our first major focus is the elimination of non-reusable plastic water bottles. Last year we used approximately 125,000 in the golf operation alone. To replace the coolers and plastic bottles, we are installing 7 additional ice/water machines around the golf courses. The club will supply reusable bottles to members and guests, or you may bring your own. We also have formed a sustainability committee that will look for other ways Forest Highlands can reduce waste to be a better citizen and protect the environment. Patty and staff are finalizing the 2020 operating plans. This includes filling seasonal positions through returning employees, job fairs and referrals. Many members are not aware but when the season is in full swing, we have over 300 seasonal employees at Forest Highlands. Recruiting and training that many people in a short period of time is a huge challenge going into any season. We are also completing a myriad of capital projects and general maintenance and upkeep of the facilities as well as fine tuning operations for efficiency. Staff is focusing on developing new services, amenities and attention to detail so everything is ship shape when you arrive. Finally, I’d like to recognize some staff changes over the winter. In the Food and Beverage area we’d like to welcome back John Hattab who will be Assistant Director. John will manage the Canyon Clubhouse F&B operations as well as be responsible for trainingall servicestaff. InGolf we’d like to congratulate Ryan Smith on his newDirector of Golf position at the Glacier Club in Durango, CO and wish him well. Also, congratulations to Steven Mauser who has been promoted to Head Golf Professional at the Meadow course and Lisa Abernethy who will be LeadAssistant Professional at the Canyon Course.

Jim Robinson, Board President

We are now only two months from the start of the golf season and activity is ramping up very quickly to make sure we are ready to go on day one. It has been a very successful winter season especially with the ample snow for the Christmas/New Year’s holiday season. We had excellent participation in both the Meadow Dining area as well as the Fitness Center and Recreation programs. This was our fourth season to offer year around activities and each year is more successful than the last as members become familiar with the offerings and take advantage of the club during the winter season. The Meadow bunker renovation project will resume very soon depending on weather. Before the crew left for the winter approximately half the project was completed. They will return between March 6-15 and the work should be completed before the golf season opens on May 1. Based on the work done so far, I think when you see it you will agree this is a major improvement to the golf course. At our March 30 meeting the Board will be finalizing rule changes and fees for the 2020 season. Some of the significant ones will be an increase to $3.75/bag for pine needle pickup. This is simply passing along the cost from our contractor Waste Management. We will consider eliminating the guest credit program which limits each member to 90 guest days per year. We also plan to eliminate guest fees at the pool and the fitness center. I’d like to once again remind everyone of the change we made when we announced dues for the 2020 calendar year. We have eliminated the 20% service charge for all our food and beverage operations. We have also eliminated the $4 service charge for golf. This and many of the changes mentioned above are to eliminate add on charges that were put in place over the years which many members referred to as “nickel and diming.” The costs are now built into our dues and everyone shares it equally. I want to stress we are a non-tipping club. There has been some confusion over the winter when

Jim Robinson Board President


2020 CALENDAR AT A GLANCE Golf Courses Open........................................................................May 1 Canyon Dining Opens. ..................................................................May 1 Mother’s Day Brunch...................................................................May 10 Summer Expanded Dining Hours Begin....................................May 19 Pools Open...................................................................................May 22 Recreation Summer Programming Begins................................May 22 Memorial Day BBQ.......................................................................May 24 Denise Martinez Memorial Pro-Am Tournament. ...................... June 1 Member - Employee Tournament................................................ June 7 Couples Invitational............................................................ June 10 - 12 Taste of Forest Highlands......................................................... June 13 Member Member. ................................................................ June 26 - 28 4th of July BBQ .............................................................................July 4 Bearfoot in the Pines Dinner & Auction.....................................July 11 Swingfest.............................................................................. July 14 - 16 Club Championships.......................................................... August 8 - 9 Couple’s Club Championship........................................ August 22 - 23 Labor Day BBQ. ................................................................. September 6 Highlander.................................................................. September 16 -19 Ponderosa Open.......................................... September 30 - October 2

Calendar of Events is coming Soon... Watch your mailbox the first week of April for the 2020 - 2021 Calendar of Events! Not updated your permanent mailing address in a while? Send an email to pass@fhgc. com with your updated mailing address. Don’t forget to include your member number. We can’t wait to welcome you back for another Summer Season right here at Forest Highlands! In the meantime we have weekend dining & children’s activities for the rest of winter & spring! Join us! ANNOUNCEMENT Recycling Services moves to every other week! Please see the weekly schedule using the link below. Recycling service for Forest Highlands will be on ODD weeks only. Trash service will continue regular weekly pickup service. Recycling Pickup Schedule:

Committee Chairs Design Review: Jim Robinson Finance: Kevin Czerwinski Firewise: Pete Kloeber Foundation: John Rivers Golf: Kevin Smith Greens: Dirck Iacobelli House: Todd Weber Legal: Kevin Smith Master Plan: Thaxton Peterson Recreation: Teri Schwab Security: Mike Cahill Sustainability: John DiVall

Call for Committee Volunteers!

2020 Board Officers Jim Robinson, President Kevin Smith, Vice President Kevin Czerwinski, Treasurer Thaxton Peterson, Secretary Now is the time to volunteer for one of the many Committees at Forest Highlands.

Committee Volunteer Form



WhattheMembers are saying...

Superb service and response time that Joe has given us.

Things to Do in Flagstaff...

Staff and food was excellent

We know of no other mountain golf community in the Southwest Rocky Mountains that surpasses Forest Highlands. Been there 29 years and hope for another 29 years!

The staff at FH is second to none. The two golf courses are always meticulously manicured and maintained. I love being a member of FH and highly recommend our club to any people considering the club. You will not be disappointed and will write reviews like this one praising the entire staff for their amazing dedication to the members and managing the club.

Club Photography Click Below or logon to

Hunter was fantastic and as my wife said “the tamale breakfast is the best breakfast ever” I have always enjoyed the safety that I feel when I’m in my home or driving around the property

Great food and outstanding service.

They are always able and willing to assist in any situation.

Excellent service and food.. Great atmosphere!

32 years of many fond memories.

Up at FH for a winter weekend. Decided to stay on property and see what was up at Meadow. We were not disappointed - interesting menu, good food and great service!

Bartender service was perfect!

Trevor & Lindsay Koskovich 5870 Griffiths Spring Daniel Burkes & Carrie Dixon 2555 Lindberg Spring Gem and Chris Hayward 1 Square Foot Lot WELCOME NEW MEMBERS!

We are new members but have visited many times. We love it up there!

I already told a couple people what a great dining experience I had! Food was great, my kids are finally old enough to come along, and the removal of the service charge is a factor.....

Food and service are great

They continue to be very responsive and helpful with any requests I have made.

Forest Highlands




Great service Fabulous food Great ambiance




World Water Day March 22

For more tips:

Lindsey Church , Utility Operations Superintendent

1,250,000 Plastic Water Bottles In the past 10 years the club has used 1,250,000 plastic water bottles on the golf course. This is a staggering number! According to Healthy Human Life website, 80 percent of the plastic water bottles end up in landfills. New this year, we will not have plastic water bottles on the golf course or in golf cars. We will hand out one re-usable logo water bottle to each member and guest who play golf. This re-usable water bottle is yours to take home and reuse every time you come to the course. We are installing ice/water dispensers throughout the course for your convenience. These new water stations will allow members and guests to refill their re-usable bottle every 3-4 holes. This new program will allow us to be more sustainable and reduce our carbon footprint. Formerly known as National Water Conservation Day, Sunday, March 22 is now recognized as World Water Day. It is to bring awareness to the fact that 750 million citizens around the world do not have clean drinking water. Less than 1% of the water on earth is suitable for drinking. What is your water footprint and what can you do to help to conserve it? Making a few simple changes to your daily water use can make a huge difference. Here are a few water saving tips! • When giving your pet fresh water, don’t dump the old water down the drain - use it to water a plant! • Turn off the faucet while brushing your teeth • Water plants and trees deeply but less often to encourage deep root growth and drought tolerance • Scrape dishes rather than rinsing them before washing • Fix your leaky faucet! One drip every second adds up to 5 gallons per day • Toilet leaks can go unnoticed, so have your toilets tested each year. We have toilet dye packs at the Utility office for your use. Come by or call us for more information, 928-525-5244 . conservation and Sustainability ...Doing our part

For a map of the new water station locations:


Development Standards REVISED NOTE! Please find a link below for the most recent revised copy of the Development Standards. Questions? Please email Please ensure all contractors working within Forest Highlands have a current certificate of Liability Insurance on file with the Design Review Committee. All Plans are to be dropped off at the Administration Office (2425 William Palmer, 86005)

Design Review Meeting Date Meeting Times Vary Plan Submittals Due by 5:00pm

March 16 - 11:00 a.m.

March 11

April 20 -11:00 a.m.

April 15

May 18 - 2:00 p.m.

May 8

June 15 - 2:00 p.m.

June 5

July 13 - 2:00 p.m.

July 3

August 17 - 2:00 p.m.

August 7

September 14 - 2:00 p.m.

September 9

October 19 - 2:00 p.m.

October 14

November 9 - 11:00 a.m

November 4

Guest Authorization Pol icy Who needs a Guest Authorization? • If yo ur guest(s) are planning to use the Forest Highlands facilities unaccompanied they need to be authorized by a member. Persons renting a home in Forest Highlands not entitled to be Authorized Guests. Policy Effective Thru April 1, 2020 1. Log on to the website. 2. Under the HOA drop down menu heading click Guest Authorization 3. Fill out the online form, for each person to receive a Guest Access Authorization and click Submit . Instructions to apply for Guest Authorization


ALARM RULE COMPLIANCE • MANDATORY : The Forest Highlands HOArequires all homes communicate with the Forest Highlands Security Gatehouse. Home alarms must be programmed to: • Detect fire/smoke; and • Do auto daily (24-hour) testing with the Gatehouse The above noted is for the safety of the homes and just important for the Community safety. The importance of “Daily Testing” is the Gatehouse receives a “No Signal” message if an alarm does not automatically report in on a daily basis. When a “No Signal” message is received the Security Department will contact the member to report the non-communicating alarm; and assist with corrective action which can range from rebooting the alarm panel/alarm communicator to needing to schedule an alarm company service call; • SUGGESTION : For peace of mind that your alarm is armed (SET), consider having your alarm programed to provide an “open/closed” signal. When such option is arrange, a member can request Security query the alarm monitoring system to determine if your alarm system is armed, aka, “closed” signal; • NOTE : The Alarm communication auto testing and the open/closed signal option, has to be programmed by your alarm company; and UPDATE: Below details positive alarm compliance since October/2019: OCTOBER/2019 : 317 home alarm systems were programmed to conduct daily testing; 68 homes were grandfathered to not have alarms; and for 270 homes, it was uncertain if the alarm would successfully communicate with the Gatehouse and/or needed to be programmed for daily testing. FEBRUARY/2020 : 472 home alarm systems are programmed to conduct daily testing (improvement of 155); homes previously grandfathered is now at 26 (improvement of 42); and uncertain if an alarm will communicate, the number is now at 220 (improvement of 50) IMPORTANT: The above summary update is evident of safer homes and a safer community. In an effort to continuemanagement of the alarmcommunity enhancement project, the Security Department is making direct contact with Members that fall into categories needing to become 100% compliant with the HOA Alarm Rule. If you have questions about alarms, our in-house go to staff are: Joe Gordon , Assistant Director, & Devin Holden , 1st Shift Supervisor, or the Gatehouse : (928) 525-9090

DWELLING LIVE THANK YOU to the many members that use the online dwellingLIVE visitor management software system. When a Member(s) have the mentioned online account they can manage their own visitor list to include placing names of guests and contractors in the visitor management system. Also, once an online account is set up an APP can be arranged. To arrange your online account, email Security at and provide your member number. After your online account is created, Security will provide suggested wording to expedite entry of your visitors at the gatehouse.

SELL A VEHICLE? TURN OFF THE TRANSPONDER! Just a simple email will do to:



Fitness Center Open Daily: 6:00am - 8:00pm

Fitness Classes FREE!! Please pre-register online to save your spot. Guests pay $10 per class! Please pre-register online to save your spot. Check out our new selection of Virtual Classes! Click below to view the February schedule


Concierge Physical Therapy Experiencing low back, neck,

Steam Rooms 6:00am-8:00pm daily Our steam rooms are directly infused with eucalyptus oil. Relax and unwind with an invigorating steam – located downstairs in the Meadow locker rooms. Jacuzzi The Jacuzzi is still open for use. Hours of Operation for Jacuzzi 8am-6pm Monday-Sunday The Thermal cover will remain on to conserve heat, please feel free to remove it or ask a recreation staff for assistance. shoulder, hip or knee pain? Want to improve your posture or reduce your risk of falling? Schedule your initial evaluation today with Susannah Kucharski of One Physio Concierge Physical Therapy. Susannah provides one- on-one physical therapy services in the comfort and convenience of your home. For more information call the Fitness Center at 928-525-5298 or the Recreation Center at 928-525-9792 Hours of Operation:

Fitness Class Schedule:

NEW In 2020: In-Home Training

PERSONAL TRAINING Call the fitness center to set up a free 30 minute gym orientation: 928-525-5298 Save time and have our Personal Trainers come directly to your home! Our instructors design customized training programs based on your goals and lifestyle and bring it to you. Free initial consultation including fitness evaluation personalized to your fitness level and goals. Personal training provided where, when and how you want it! Whether your goals include weight loss, toning or improving health and energy levels we have the help you need!

Register for Fitness Classes

NEW In 2020: Small-Group Training Are you looking for better results from your current fitness routine? Small- Group Training may be the answer. Classes are designed for small groups to receive high attention, class specificity, and affordable personal assistance. Instructors strive to create continually varying programs with new and challenging functional moves, resistance and power training, energy system development, flexibility/mobility, and balance. Receive truly personalized small group training. Class size limited to 6 people! Registration required.

Contact the Fitness Center: 928-525-5298


Nicole Chambers , USPTA Elite Professional, IPTPA Pickleball Professional Director of Racquet Sports

It is nearly that time of year again, when the staff and I look forward to welcoming you back to your home in the Pines! We have taken your thoughts and comments from the year end survey, applied industry trends and suggestions, to formulate what we believe will be the best Calendar yet at Forest Highlands!

IMPORTANT EVENT DATES: Welcome Back Social & DEMO DAY : Saturday, May 23 at 9:00am Singles and doubles leagues June 1 – July 31 Parent/Child Tournament : Saturday, June 6 at 11:00am PRO/AM Saturday, June 20 at 4:00pm MEMBER/MEMBER Saturday, July 18 at 9:00am Club Championships July 24-25 Ladies Team Member/Guest Sept 18 – 20 Registration OPENS Friday, July 3 & CLOSES, Sunday, July 5 There are ONLY 8 team spots. Each team can have 4 – 6 players (only ONE member needed per team). There will be a reserve list. Teams will get their place based on first come, first served.

PICKLEBALL NEWS: PICKLEBALL DROP-IN Free for members/guests $10 Mondays & Wednesdays Beginners - 8:00 – 9:30am Tuesdays & Fridays Int/Adv 8:00 – 9:30 Sunday, 9:00 – 11:00 – Int/Adv Begins: Tuesday, May 26 MEMORIAL DAY SOCIAL & DEMO DAY : Monday, May 25 | 8:30-11:00am Join us for a morning on the courts and try out the season’s hottest pickleball paddles. All FREE for members/guest fee applies.Register by May 18. PICKLEBALL 101 & 102 Saturdays - Starts in June PICKLEBALL

IMPORTANT FACTS: Opening Day is Friday, May 1! Receive text alerts from tennis by texting: FHGCTENNIS to 40691


Get strong and flexible on court for TENNIS (NOT Cardio Tennis) Flex Doubles League J une – end of July/all levels NEWBIES Tennis 101 and 102 brand new players and those not ready for intermediate clinics DROP-IN TENNIS Sunday NEW TIME: 4:00-6:00pm Men’s Clinic and Play:

AFFINITY CLUB MIXERS 3rd Thursday of the Month PICKLEBALL SUMMER SHOOT-OUT Saturday, August 1

Fridays at 4:00pm Stroke of the Week Thursdays at 8:00am

The smell of the pines is in the air which means our pickleball season is around the corner! Thank you for your feedback in the year end survey. We have applied all that we can towards making this our best ever pickleball season at Forest Highlands. Pickleball continues to break records across the nation for growth. It has a mind of its own and we are listening!




E a s t e r Eggstravaganza W e e k e n d ! Annual Easter Egg Hunt & Petting Zoo Sunday, April 12 10:00am-1:00pm (Please arrive at 9:45am for Easter Egg hunt check-in!) Meadow Event Lawn Ages: 2+ | Cost: $25/kid Join us for our Annual Easter Egg Hunt! Each year the Easter Bunny makes an appearance and hides over 400 eggs at the Meadow!!! Easter Egg Hunt begins promptly at 10:00am and will be broken into section based on age. Petting Zoo, bounce house and Easter arts & crafts will start on the Meadow Event Lawn after the Easter Egg Hunt.

Craft and Movie Night Friday Nights October - May 6:00 - 9:00pm Pinecone Kid’s Center Join us for an evening filled with unique, themed crafts and a movie! Dinner included! Ages 4 and up! 2-3 with CIT Price: $30

Pajama Jam Saturday Nights October-May 6:00 - 9:00pm Pinecone Kid’s Center

Dress in your coziest pajamas and join us for a fun filled event! We play games, build forts, do arts & crafts, eat dinner, and much much more! Ages 4 and up! 2-3 with CIT Price: $30

2020 Camp Package Pricing: 50 Package $1,750 ($35/camp) 30 Package $1,140 ($38/camp) 1 5 Package $600 ($40/camp) 1 0 Package $430 ($43/camp) 5 Package $230 ($46/camp) Single Day $50 (with 24 hour registration) Drop-Off $60

Spring Camp Saturdays 10:00am - 3:00pm

Join us at the Kid’s Center! Camp is sure to keep the kids entertained for the day! We do crafts, play games, visit the parks on property, and sometimes go on field trips. While we still have snow, wear your warmest winder gear in case we decide to hit the best sledding hills Forest Highlands has to offer. Lunch and snacks are provided. *Outdoor fun weather permitting Ages 4 and up! 2-3 with CIT


SPRING BREAK FIELD TRIPS! Registration Required! Ages 6 & up! Lunch Included | Minimum of 4 Kids Required Monday, March 9: Bearizona 10:00am - 3:00pm Camp Prices + $33/kid Tuesday, March 10: Flag Tag 4:00pm - 7:00pm Camp Prices + $16/kid Wednesday, March 11: Sedona Horseback Riding 10:00am - 3:00pm Camp Prices + $70/rider Thursday, March 12: Grand Canyon Deer Farm Noon - 3:00pm Camp Prices + $12/kid Friday, March 13: Peter Rabbit Movie 10:00am - 3:00pm Camp Prices + $25/kid Monday, March 16: Out of Africa 10:00am - 3:00pm Camp Prices + $50/kid Tuesday, March 17: Summit Gymnastics Ninja Warrior 4:00pm - 7:00pm Camp Prices + $12/kid (Ages 7+) Wednesday, March 18: Flagstaff Extreme 10:00am - 3:00pm

~ RESERVATIONS REQUIRED FOR ALL EVENTS ~ Children 2-3 Years old may participate in recreation programs ONLY if they are accompanied by a Counselor in Training (C.I.T.) and are potty trained. For more information or a list of eligible C.I.T.’s call the Recreation Center at 928-525-9792. M A R C H HOURS OF OPERATION Family Recreation Center (Game Room) Sunday-Thursday 8am-5pm Friday-Saturday 8am-8pm Aspen Recreation Center (Middle Room) Sunday-Thursday 9am-5pm Friday-Saturday 9am-8pm Pinecone Kids Center Sunday-Thursday 9am-5pm Friday-Saturday 9am-8pm Steam Rooms 6:00am-8:00pm daily Steam rooms are infused with eucalyptus oil. Jacuzzi Hours of Operation: 8am-6pm Monday-Sunday The Thermal cover will remain on to conserve heat, please feel free to remove it or ask a recreation staff for assistance.

Camp Prices + $36/kid (Ages 7+) ~Height requirements on website~ Thursday, March 19: Bowling Noon - 3:00pm Camp Prices + $12/kid Friday, March 20: Trolls World Tour Movie 10:00am - 3:00pm Camp Prices + $25/kid



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One Time Snow Removal Service You will have the opportunity to call on a one-time basis, but we will not be accepting emergency calls. Snow Removal service will be by appointment only. Appointment times must be confirmed by Recreation . $70/hour with an hour minimum every time we clear your driveway. Call for Availability: 928-525-9792

Bermor Path If you would like your berm removed, or a path for Security House watch, it will be $35/berm or path.

Rentals: Basketballs Soccer balls Volleyballs Pine Needle Clearing & Reflector Stake Installation Service Get the pine needles removed from your driveway and have reflective stakes installed to mark the driveway for winter. Call for pricing: 928-525-9792 Porches, decks and patios can be blown off (to remove pine needles and dirt) and prepared for winter snow removal. Rentals... Concierge Services • Shuttle Services • Yardwork • Catering/Party Planning • Tutoring • Babysitting • Dog Walking • Dog Sitting • House Cleaning • Car Washing • While You’re Away • Hand Around the House Disc Golf Discs Bicycles for All Helmets Baby & Toddler Rentals: (Stroller, car seat, high chair, & play crib)

Don’t Just Survive but Thrive! with Bianca Gardner! Life Coaching and Weight Loss Coaching Concierge Services • Packages now available • Identify self limiting beliefs • Transform your health - mentally, physically, and emotionally • Get rid of bad habits, create new empowering habits • Individualized coaching and practical tools to help you with relationships, over-drinking, weight loss, nutrition, planning, and finding your purpose • Develop actionable plans to achieve your goals • Online (video chat) or in-person coaching sessions available • Book a FREE 30 minute consultation with Bianca today! Call the Recreation Center for more information.

• Companion Care • Personal Stylist • Tech Services • Grill Cleaning • Treadmill Servicing

NEW IN 2020! Basketball Clinic

• Mobile Grooming Services Terms and conditions apply. All Requests should be made 24 hours in advance. For those requests that are asked and met under the 24 hour mark, will be charged a “Day of” fee of $15.

Learn the fundamentals and develop your skills on the court. Get more one on one time with the coach. Classes instructed by experienced players and educators who love to share their knowledge and can tailor their training to specific goals that players have.

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Dinner 5:00 - 8:00pm Dinner 5:00 - 8:00pm


Lunch 11:00am - 3:00pm


Brunch 9:00am - 2:00pm


Sunday, May 10 | Mother’s Day Brunch Sunday, May 24 | Memorial Day BBQ Saturday, June 13 | Taste of Forest Highlands SAVE THE DATE!


Dining Winter Hours of Operation The current Meadow Clubhouse hours of operation will run throughout the Winter Season. Come and sit at our massive bar and watch your favorite football game or sit in the dining room and enjoy our wood-burning fireplace. Chefs Eddie Matney & Frederick Miller will have a NEW creative menu available every weekend. Don’t forget to also join us on Sunday mornings for our bottomless mimosas and our exceptional brunch menu.

Book your Forest Highlands wedding or event today! We have dates year-round and look forward to building a beautiful event specially for you! Find the Catering Packet Below or contact Karen Harting to book your date today: (928) 525-5227 CLICK HERE


● All Special Events will be charged a 50% cancellation fee if canceled less than 24 hours before the event.” ● No show fee for not cancelling a reservation.



ALL CLOSED SALES IN FOREST HIGHLANDS AS OF 2/20/20 Inventory in Forest Highlands is low – now is the time to list your home with Forest Highlands Realty the #1 team in Forest Highlands.


Listing Agent

Selling Agent

Close Date Price

Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty Re/Max Excaliber

756-1721 Doc Fronske 43-5726 Griffiths Spring

1/7/2020 $825,000 1/15/2020 $935,000 1/16/2020 $1,170,000 1/28/2020 $635,000 2/6/2020 $654,720 2/11/2020 $1,625,000 2/14/2020 $654,000

724-1876 Bessie Kidd Best Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty

616-2493 William Palmer

Realty Executives - Phx Realty Executives - Phx 1/24/2020 $30,000

Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty

72-2429 Clara Coffin

Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty

31-5870 Griffiths Spring Brokers Hub Realty 484-2555 Lindberg Springs West USA Gallery

Forest Highlands Realty Forest Highlands Realty

193-2302 Isabella


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We invite you to stop by our office at the gates of Forest Highlands or call us at (928) 556-8606 to hear which homes will be showcased that day.


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