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Prescott, Arizona: “Everybody’s Hometown”

With the Courthouse Square at the heart of town, Prescott has kept its charm of the mid-19th century since it was designated as the original territorial capital in 1864. The American Planning Association, in its inaugural listing, named the Courthouse Square as one of the Top 10 Public Spaces in the country. Around the Square and just beyond are early 20th century residential and commercial properties that make downtown a most enviable place to live and work. Neighborhoods in and around Prescott are varied, but maintain their desirability. Median house prices are $230,000-$250,000.

Prescott is the county seat for Yavapai, and boasts one of the best of the five climate zones in all of Arizona – high altitude desert. Sitting at 5,100’ and landlocked by the Prescott National Forest, the climate remains moderate throughout the seasons, with 300+ days of sunshine annually.

Prescott has both outdoor and cultural attractions for its 42,000 plus residents and its 30,000+ annual visitors. Sporting events are provided by two of the three colleges (Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, Eagles, and Yavapai College Roughriders). Hiking, mountain biking and kayaking get equal billing with the Prescott Symphony, and plays presented by the Prescott Fine Arts Association. Some of the top western artists make their home here, displaying their talent at the renowned Phippen Museum – Art & Heritage of the American West and the Sharlot Hall Museum.

With its friendly, small-town feel, many Phoenicians (just 90 miles to the south) come up for Prescott’s 2 biggest celebrations – the Prescott Frontier Days & the World’s Oldest Rodeo over the 4th of July. The Christmas Courthouse Lighting is the first weekend in December, currently giving Prescott the designation of “Arizona’s Christmas City.” Both events draw large crowds for their respective parades.

The lifestyle of living in a high desert climate lends itself to enjoying “Everybody’s Hometown” all year long!

Prescott Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 221 homes for sale in Prescott, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
52% Land/lot, 35% Single Family, 11% Rental, 0% Multi Family and 1% Other.

52% Land/lot
35% Single Family
2% Other

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 221
Average Home Size 3,410 ft² / 317 m²
Price Range ($35,000 - $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 221 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 310,043. Prices are displayed 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 221 homes for sale in Prescott, AZ are represented by 1 member brokerages serving the Prescott area. Member brokerages representing the 221 homes include BloomTree Realty.