Panoramic views, clean fresh mountain air, Rolling hills and spectacular sunsets in the beautiful Prescott Ridge Subdivision. Upscale large parcels, gated community conveniently located on the western slope of Mingus Mountain. Just minutes from downtown Prescott, Prescott Valley and Jerome. Outstanding building sites with incredible views, underground utilities, paved roads, value protecting CC&R’s and much more.
Prescott is a destination that transcends the Arizona archetype. No sweltering summers or miles of cactus covered moonscape. The town’s mile-high location in the Grand Canyon State’s central highlands brings four mild seasons, an average annual daytime temperature of about seventy degrees, and over 300 days of sunshine. Just ninety miles north of bustling metro Phoenix, Prescott is nestled comfortably against the Prescott National Forest.
From art to artifacts, Prescott’s history is well documented. Numerous local museums like Sharlot Hall, the Phippen, and Smokihouse highly regarded traveling and permanent Territorial Days, Victorian Era, Native Indian, and western art collections.
Back in 1864, Prescott became the first capital of the Arizona Territory. In those days, the town was anchored by the infamous “Whiskey Row” with shady ladies and wild west iconic guests like Wyatt Earp and Doc Holliday. Adding to the cultural experience are over 800 buildings on the National Register of Historic Buildings including the recently restored 500-seat Elks Opera House, which is back to hosting live performances.