2015 Cedar Hills Ranch Community Kingman Arizona

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Cedar Hills Ranch 

Cedar Hills Ranch community east of Kingman Arizona.  Parcels from 40 acres and up were originally sold on this old ranch.  Now, because splitting is allowed the parcels vary greatly. The smallest is 5 acres.  Let's look at the basics -- the history, the land, and the prices.  Current Best Buys in Cedar Hills.

Pricing in Cedar Hills

Many vacant land properties are currently available from $960/acre and up.  In the 2013 14 homes averaged 115K and were on the market for 110 days on the market. By April 2014 3 homes averaging 180K have closed.  Prices are slowly rising after the real estate crisis. The bargain prices are attracting buyers for both land and homes. 

Cedar Hills Ranch Basics

Cedar Hills Ranch is located about 20 miles to the northeast and uphill from Kingman as the land rises into the Peacock Mountains.  There are wells in the area; drilling is likely to produce water here.

A Home for Sale on CoxThe rolling hills have light, varied high-desert vegetation.  The climate is mild year-round at an elevation between 3200 to 4000 feet.  There is no POA fee.  Roads are maintained by the developer.  Horses and cattle are welcome here.  Most property in Cedar Hills has access to phone and grid-tied electricity.  Wildlife is plentiful and includes deer, antelope, javalina, and the occasional elk.

Cedar Hills History

Abundant water in this dry region of the Southwest attracted ranching, road building, and the railroad.  Cedar Hills was a cattle ranch, but a huge part was divided.  Ranching continues today north and south of the strip across Northern Arizona along I-40.

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Why People Like to Live in Cedar Hills Ranch

  •   Versatility: these properties can be used part-time for hunting camps, family vacations or full-time for homesteading, working from home, or survival land.
  •   Privacy: the large parcel sizes creates privacy.
  •   Quiet: life is very quiet in Cedar Hills
  •   Many property owners have created sustainable lifestyles, with wells and alternative energy.
  •   The climate is mild, cooler than the Phoenix valley and warmer than the higher Flagstaff area to the east.
  •   Views are long, open, with light high-desert vegetation.
  •   Land and homes here are very affordable.

What's Going on Nearby?

The City of Kingman is near the pine-forested Hualapai, the rugged Cerbat and Black Mountain ranges, and offers the best of Arizona's high desert culture and layed-back lifestyle.  Kingman is a hub.  It's easy to get to the casinos of Las Vegas (especially now that the bridge is finished) and Laughlin, professional sports in Phoenix, the natural wonder of the Grand Canyon and Lake Mead, skiing in Flagstaff, plenty of national and state parks and Historic Route 66.  

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