The Quad-City Area

Prescott, AZ

Prescott is a town that boasts amazing natural beauty combined with cultural riches. It has always been the center of Arizona history and was Arizona’s first territorial capital. Its town center, the Courthouse Plaza, reflects its past.  Famous Whiskey Row, and numerous art galleries, restaurants and boutiques are built around the Square, creating a  uniquely attractive and pleasant environment. Prescott also abounds in recreational opportunities. There are five crystal clear lakes that permit fishing, canoeing and kayaking, not to mention the great hiking trails! Prescott is home to three colleges and numerous museums. There are over 500 buildings on the National Register of Historic Buildings.  

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Prescott Valley, AZ

Prescott Valley is a community experiencing a dramatic increase in growth and popularity. Just 80 miles northwest of Phoenix, Prescott Valley is ringed by two mountain ranges: The Bradshaw’s and Mingus Mountains surround its high desert terrain. Recently a newly planned downtown, regional shopping center, Civic Center, Town Hall and Library have been added to this young community.  

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Chino Valley, AZ

Chino Valley offers the panoramic vistas of big sky country coupled with affordable living in the Prescott area. You have room to spread out in Chino where living is enhanced by the gentle diversity of four seasons and a mild climate. Many of the developments and individual sites are equestrian zoned, allowing you to ride the range right up to your home.  

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Dewey-Humboldt, AZ

Dewey-Humboldt, “Arizona’s Country Town,” is located in the high desert of Northern AZ and offered a mild four season climate to residents. The Town Council is committed to maintaining the rural flavor the area originally started with  over 100 years ago. Agricultural, ranching and mining were the original founding economies in Dewey-Humboldt. If you enjoy space with larger lot sizes and history combined, Dewey-Humboldt is a great place to build your ideal home!  

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