Sedona & The Oak Creek Estados

Village of Oak Creek, Sedona, AZThe video below focuses on the Guzman’s place in the Oak Creek Estados complex and on areas just a few minutes from it.  Click on the video icon below to see it.  The picture to the left is the view from just across the street.  Also below, note how you can win a week in Sedona.

To see a second video which shows more of  Sedona and the surrounding area—from Jerome to the south to the Grand Canyon to the north—go Here.

Of course, when you’re in Sedona you ought to take day trips to the Grand Canyon, the Painted Desert, to Flagstaff and Prescott and Jerome, to Waputki and Walnut Creek Canyon, and to Meteor Crater. They’re close. But even closer to the condo—five minutes away, if you drive slowly—is one of Sedona’s most iconic formations, Bell Rock, and next to it Court House Rock. The Chapel on the Rock isn’t much further. Or don’t get in the car at all. Across the street or just a few minutes walk away are a grocery store, lots of shops and art galleries, and great restaurants.

YOU CAN WIN A WEEK IN SEDONA

…at the Guzman’s condo during the annual Emmanuel House/The Neighbor Project AUCTION, usually held in the Spring.

In April 2018, Emmanuel House (which started as Bryan House) merged with its long-time partner Joseph Corporation to become THE NEIGHBOR PROJECT.  The merger quadrupled Emmanuel House’s ability to help the working poor escape poverty through education, community service, business development, and especially home ownership. Visit www.EmmanuelHouse.org for details, to get involved, and to donate.  My website serves to gather together all the major links, headlines, basic explanations, articles, videos, and the organization’s history.  Go to the Emmanuel House main page of this site to see all these.  Also, go to main page for Sedona.

  In 2016 Emmanuel House was named one of the “Top 100 social change organizations” in the world.

Watch the video below and get in contact with us if you’re interested in renting or coming to the auction to bid.

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