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The Stephanie Woods Team presents a series of posts on subdivisions to help keep you updated and educated on our beautiful Prescott Valley area!


Prescott Valley, located between the Bradshaw and Mingus mountains, is one of Northern Arizona's fastest growing communities. Despite the Town's growth, Town leaders say Prescott Valley will never lose its small town, friendly approach to people and business.

Prescott Valley offers many recreational opportunities, including Massick Family "Castle on the Creek," Fitzmaurice Indian Ruins, 10 public parks, a community recreation center featuring a public swimming pool with a 100-ft. slide, Olympic-style soccer & softball fields & facilities for basketball, tennis & picnics, a 16-lane bowling alley, & 4 nearby golf courses. Mountain Valley Park's amphitheater has concerts & entertainment during the summer. Fain Park & Prescott National Forest offer hiking, biking, backpacking, fishing & camping. Nearby Fain Lake, Lynx Lake & Goldwater Lake are stocked with fish, & canoe or rowboat rental is available. Prescott Valley's new convention & events center, Tim's Toyota Center, opened in Nov. 06 and is home to the Central Hockey League's Arizona Sundogs.


VIEWPOINT:Located in the rolling grasslands of Prescott Valley, this impressive and affordable master-planned community has something for everyone. From the stunning panoramic mountain views including Granite Mountain, Mingus Mountain, Glassford Hill, the Bradshaw Mountains and The Dells, to the close proximity to forests, lakes, parks, golf courses and of course shopping and entertaining.  The Viewpoint offers homes ranging in size from 1200 to 2400 square feet and lots ranging in size from 8000 square feet to over 1/3 acre.  Home prices range from the low $120k’s to $400k.   There are still premium custom home sites available at The Viewpoint, where there are no time constraints on your build time.  There are also lot/home packages available from a variety of reputable local builders.  With underground utilities, protective CC&R’s, paved streets, sidewalks, street lights & large lots, The Viewpoint offers an ideal lifestyle without the large monthly HOA fees you might expect! 




ANTELOPE MEADOWS: Antelope Meadows is a private rural community that consists of a total of 1,286 acres. It is bordered on the south by the town of Prescott Valley and on the north by the city of Chino Valley. The Antelope Meadows Property owners Association, (AMPOA) has: reasonable CC&R’s: Board of Directors; Property manager and By-Laws all working together to keep the community clean, neat and beautiful. Antelope Meadows is predominately two and one-half acre lots. Horses and farm animals are legal here.



COYOTE SPRINGS: is a well established rural community that allows horses, etc., has CC&R’s and approximately 10-acre and up minimums, individual wells and septics, surrounding views, the main road into Coyote Springs is paved, side roads are dirt, and telephone service in most areas. Immediately to the east of Antelope Meadows is Coyote Springs. Coyote Springs Road is the main access to this neighborhood. It is paved for over five miles and leads north from Highway 89A immediately north of the intersection of Robert and Fain Roads. Coyote Springs is based on ten acre minimum lot sizes, so if you want a larger lot, Coyote Springs should be on your list.


Here at The Stephanie Woods Team we would love to help you buy your dream home! Call us at 928-237-4455 and one of our qualified licensed agents will happily show you some spectacular properties!


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