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Welcome to Prescott, AZ

From the beginning of time Prescott, Arizona has captured the hearts of anyone who visits here. Whatever the reasons are for coming to Prescott, once people come they do not want to leave.

Prescott is a great place to live. Years ago Prescott was recognized in the National Geographic Magazine as one the best climates in the world to live. We have all the seasons but in moderation. We have gorgeous scenery that changes in every direction you go, from ponderosa pine forests to huge mountains of boulders in Granite Dells, to vast open range land with oak trees and juniper trees, and to grass covered prairies.

Prescott comes under many names. We are called “Mayberry USA.” This comes from the friendly people and the relaxed life style. The historic Yavapai County Court House is the center piece of downtown. Numerous activities are hosted all year long on the Court House Square. Almost every week day during the summer you will find people carrying their lawn chairs to the Court House to enjoy music, dancing and outdoor movies, among others. We are also known as Arizona’s “Christmas City.” The Court House and the huge trees around it, glow with millions of lights. The surrounding merchants participate by lighting and decorating their businesses. There is Christmas entertainment from Thanksgiving weekend through mid-January.

Western heritage is very much alive and well and carries a very important role in this area. Prescott originated as a mining town and has a very colorful historical background. The names of our streets are indicative of this, such as Whiskey Row, which is still the location of several of the original bars dating back to the 1800’s and Gurley Street, the main street through Prescott. The biggest event of the year is our celebration of the 4th of July, which includes the Prescott Frontier Days “World’s Oldest Rodeo.”

There is culture and arts, lots of festivities, great schools for the children from preschool through college. We are proud to say we have the highly recognized Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott Campus. This is the world’s oldest largest and most prestigious university, specializing in aviation and aerospace and is the only accredited aviation orientated university in the world. In addition, Prescott has other colleges, such as Prescott College, Yavapai College, North Central University, as well as an extension of Northern Arizona University. We have great medical facilities, such as a V.A. Hospital, many churches to choose from, along with other facilities. You can enjoy the outdoors year around. There are five lakes, numerous hiking trails, mountain climbing, hunting, fishing, golfing, professional hockey and indoor football teams, casino’s, two hours from Prescott is the Snow Bowl for skiing; there is something for everyone. I want to warn you; once you visit us you will not forget us and will want to come back.

Prescott Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 246 homes for sale in Prescott, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
48% Land/lot, 40% Single Family, 12% Rental, 0% Multi Family and 0% Other.

48% Land/lot
40% Single Family
0% Other

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 246
Average Home Size 3,202 ft² / 297 m²
Price Range ($19,900 - $6,850,000)

Weather in Prescott

The average high temperatures in Prescott range from 51 in January to 90 in July

Average home income in Prescott

The average household income of a Prescott resident is $71,766 with an average home value of $310,837

Population of Prescott

Prescott has 59,268 residents.

Home ownership in Prescott

The average level of home ownership in Prescott is 69%.

Education breakdown of Prescott

Education levels of residents of Prescott include: highschool 21%, associate 10%, bachelor 19%, graduate 13%.

Households in Prescott

Prescott has 27,237 homes, built on average 34 years ago.

Information from in and around Prescott...

You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 246 homes for sale in Prescott. These homes are comprised of Land/lot, Single Family, Rental, Multi Family and Other. The average list price of these property results is 309,252. Prices are shown as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Prescott please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 246 homes for sale in Prescott, AZ are represented by 1 member brokerages serving the Prescott area. Member brokerages representing the 246 homes include BloomTree Realty.