Enjoy Fresh Air and Outdoor Adventures in Prescott Valley
Mountain views, a desert climate, wide-open spaces, and easy access to nearby Prescott make Prescott Valley a great place to live. Mostly suburban, Prescott Valley features a variety of real estate options in an equally diverse collection of neighborhoods, including golf course communities.
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Prescott Valley Residential Resources
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Population (2016): 43,132
Population Growth Since 2000: +11.0%
Zip Code: 86312, 86314, 86315, 86327
Mean Home Price (2015): $168,900
Phoenix, AZ: 1 hr 40 min
Flagstaff, AZ: 1 hr 30 min
Public Transportation: Yavapai Regional Transit
Highways: I-89, AZ-69
District: Humboldt Unified School District
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What You'll Love About Prescott Valley
Living in Prescott Valley, you have your pick of both locally owned businesses and national retailers.
Take advantage of those sunny days! Enjoy a local park close to home, or take a short trip to the mountains.
With its high-desert location, Prescott Valley enjoys mild winters and summers, not to mention year-round scenery.
A Small-Town Lifestyle
Though more than 43,000 people call Prescott Valley their home, Prescott Valley is known for its closely knit community. Residents can participate in town events and community organizations, get to know their neighbors in their own communities, or connect with fellow residents over shared hobbies and outdoor adventures. Locally owned businesses in Old Town, Prescott Valley's established commercial district, only add to the area's small-town charm.
Centuries of History
The Prescott Valley we know today began as real estate development called Lonesome Valley in the 1960s, but our area can trace its history back further than that. Native Americans established villages in the shadow of Glassford Hill centuries ago! If you want to visit a prehistoric pueblo, stop by Fitzmaurice Ruins, which is located in Fain Park.
Whether your idea of fun is an afternoon of hiking or a trek through the mountains, you'll find plenty of fun activities in Prescott Valley. Enjoy nature-watching around this high-desert community, spend time in Fain Park or Prescott Valley Recreation Area, take a hike along the town's multi-use path, or venture to nearby Flagstaff for winter skiing.
Find Your Niche in Prescott Valley
Find the home that's right for you in Prescott Valley! Contact Joni or Wayne at The Cahn Team today for more information on real estate and homes for sale in Prescott.