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Prescott, Arizona -- an ideal place to raise a family, attend college, or retire. Prescott is a relaxed and friendly community where people with similar interests can share leisurely conversations and delicious food at restaurants and coffee houses to fit every taste, visit historical museums and unique shops, or stroll along the tree-lined Courthouse Square.

Cool pine trees, a mild four-season climate, mountain hiking trails, challenging golf courses, horse races, Little League baseball, softball, and an abundance of antique and specialty shops are just a few of the reasons why people choose to live in Prescott. Often referred to as the best place to live in Arizona, Prescott is indeed "Everybody's Hometown"



Located east of Prescott between Mingus Mountain and Bradshaw Mountain, is a unique area of gently rolling hills, panoramic views, and a variety of wildlife.

Cattle, horses and pronghorn antelope graze near town. Visitors may also spy Gambel quail, doves, cottontail rabbits, coyotes and the popular Road Runner.

Prescott Valley is rapidly becoming home to people who visit each year, enjoy their experiences, and decide to relocate here. An enviable climate, clean air, scenic views, and a growing business environment make Prescott Valley a dynamic place to call home.



Chino Valley -- where country life can still be found in the mountains of northern Arizona. Ranchers, farmers or weekend gardeners discover that Chino Valley has the resources to meet their needs. Fifteen miles north of Prescott, the town's mild four seasons, clean air, good soil make it a desirable relocation spot. Another plus: Federal land borders many Chino Valley properties, allowing virtually unlimited riding and hiking opportunities.

A diverse blend of community activities and a feeling of the open countryside in the air make Chino Valley a town that people want to return to—and call home.


Dewey-Prescott Country Club

Prescott Golf & Country Club is a well established community featuring a wide range of single-family homes. The golf course, opened in 1972, is a semi-private golf facility designed by Milton Coggins. It is a traditional golf course with three ponds and a creek coming into play on five of the holes. The course has three sets of tees, ranging from 5,839 yards to 6,783 yards from the back tees.

Located east of Prescott at the base of Bradshaw Mountain, is an ideal spot for championship golf. Its 18-hole course of rich bluegrass fairways and bentgrass greens is open for member and public play year round, thanks to an invigorating four-season climate.


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Prescott, AZ 86301


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