Buy an Acreage in the Prescott Area on a Budget
By USA Real Estate
As realtors, we hear often "I would love some land, but I am not sure I can afford it?" You would be surprised at how many properties are in the Prescott quad city area on 2-Acres or more that are priced under $300,000. These properties will give you a little elbow room and help you not break the bank.
Acreage on a Budget?
Below is a current list of homes for sale in the Prescott area that are on 2 or more acres and are priced under $300,000. For information on any of these homes, call USA Real Estate at (928) 775-0400 for more information.
Prescott ValleyPrescott Valley, Arizona, is a family-oriented community that sits at an elevation of 5,000 feet and is located 85 miles north of Phoenix.
Strong in economic development, the community continues to attract retailers and restaurants such as Kohl’s, Dick’s Sporting Goods, T.J. Maxx, Sprouts, Culvers, Chick-fil-A, Buffalo Wild Wings and a host of independent food and shopping choices.
There is no shortage of places to spend your leisure time. Attractions such as Fain Park, Mountain Valley Splash Pool and special events such as Prescott Valley Days, Balloon Glow, or the Christmas Valley of Lights will keep you entertained all year long.
Families and retirees have chosen to buy homes and relocate to Prescott Valley because of its strong work ethic, solid educational system, family values, and great year around weather.
Chino Valley, Arizona, offers a rural lifestyle just 15 miles away from Prescott and Prescott Valley. Approximately 10,000 people live in the 63 square mile town of Chino Valley. Chino is conveniently located 35 miles south of Interstate 40 and the town of Ash Fork, making commuting a breeze. Families can enjoy ball fields, skate park, and horseback riding trails. There are four schools operated by the Town of Chino Valley: Del Rio Elementary, Territorial Elementary, Heritage Middle school, and Chino Valley High School. Enjoy acreages and prestigious housing developments in this quiet town.Chino Valley, Arizona is big-sky country, with a mild climate, a rural atmosphere, and breath-taking views that go on for miles. Located in north central Arizona on Highway 89, just 15 miles north of Prescott and Prescott Valley and 90 minutes north of the Phoenix metropolis, Chino Valley is close enough to take advantage of the many statewide attractions and choices in health care, education, shopping, recreation and entertainment that these communities offer, yet far enough away to maintain that small-town feel.
Dewey-Humboldt, Arizona, has a population of just under 4,000 people, covers 18 square miles, and is located 15 miles east of Prescott, Arizona. Dewey-Humboldt is known for the country festivals that were held at Young's Farm since 1946. Young's Farm was sold and the festivals now continue by the Mortimer Family. The type of housing in this quiet community ranges from retirement communities, rural acreages, golf properties, and subdivision. The Prescott Country Club and Golf Course, the 55+ Villages at Lynx Creek, and the Quailwood subdivision are popular housing communities in Dewey-Humboldt. Dewey-Humboldt offers a perfect setting for retirement or a quiet place to raise a family.
Prescott, located in Yavapai County, is a breathtaking town filled with beauty and history. Prescott has a perfect location, approximately 95 miles south of Flagstaff and 95 miles north of Phoenix.
The beauty of the mountains, lakes, biking/horse/hiking trails, and surrounding National Forest combine to make Prescott, Arizona, one of a kind beauty. Prescott is home to Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, Yavapai College and Prescott College. The community has been referred to as “Everybody’s Hometown” due to the fact that it is a fabulous place to retire as well as raise a family and call “Home”.
Prescott is located in the Bradshaw Mountains at an altitude of 5,400 feet. The average high temperature in the winter in Prescott is around 52 degrees and averages 89 in the summer.
There are around 43,000 people in Prescott, but the surrounding “Quad-City” area of Dewey-Humboldt, Chino Valley, and Prescott Valley and the smaller towns of Mayer, Paulden, and Wilhoit, comprise around 103,000 people.