Clarkdale Arizona 86324
Continuous Real-Time Market Report 2019
Courtesy of Sheri Sperry
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Verde Canyon Railroad (link)
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Single Family Home Stats
90 Day Trends (Jan 11 to Apr 12)
Median List Price - increased from $329,900 to $347,841
(7 Day Average moved to $359,900)
Average Days on Market (DOM) -decreased slightly from 108 to 107
(7 Day Average moved to 108) - quadrants are mixed
Inventory - stagnant at 32 -
(7 Day Average = 32)
How's The Market?
Market Action Index - moved from 24 - to 35 - A seller's advantage.
Home sales continue to outstrip supply (inventory) and the Market Action Index has been moving higher for several weeks. This is a Seller’s market so watch for upward pricing pressure in the near future if the trend continues.
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This weekly real-time market report covers all the areas in Clarkdale Arizona. The map below shows the boundaries of this area. The 2010 Census reported the population at 4,097. In 2017 the population has grown 100 to 4,197. New homes are currently being built which will cause the population to grow at a higher pace.
This link will take you to TripAdvisor and has a view of the United Verde Copper Company
Clarkdale - Arizona 86324
Historic Company Town Established in 1912
Clarkdale is a Historic company town founded by William A. Clark, who was the owner of one of Jerome Arizona’s largest copper mines. In fact, the area around Jerome was one of the largest producers of copper for the state of Arizona and the USA in its hay-day.
If you buy a home for sale in Clarkdale Arizona, you would be an owner of a home in the first planned community in the State of Arizona! This township was owned by the United Verde Copper Company. The company provided services and housing for the employees of the nearby smelter. Mining operations ceased in 1953 and the town incorporated in 1957. The original township is recognized on the National Register of Historic Places as the Clarkdale Historic District.
It should be noted that Cornville ~~ Page Springs ~~ Verde Santa Fe are bedroom communities of Sedona 86336 and Cottonwood.
Clarkdale Wine Country
Chateau Tumbleweed Winery and Tasting Room - Clarkdale
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Clarkdale has one Winery and Tasting Room but is only minutes from Cottonwood which has many vineyards and tasting rooms to enjoy local wines. Wine tasting has become a popular past-time in the Verde Valley. You can find wine tours that will bring you to these vineyards. Fifteen years ago, there were only two or three tasting rooms in the entire valley with a small amount of vineyard grape vines. Additional wine grapes had to be brought into the local wineries to complete the bottling process.
Here are the wineries and tasting rooms in Cottonwood:
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Page Springs straddles Oak Creek. This community sits on the east side of Oak Creek and is famous for it’s Northern Arizona wineries. It is about 15 minutes from Clarkdale.
Here are the wineries and tasting rooms in Page Springs:
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Clarkdale Has Low Humidity and a Desert Feel
Clarkdale is an area that is considered a semi-arid climate zone. This is similar to Sedona 86336 and the rest of the Verde Valley. This area is a little warmer than Sedona. It is about 1:15 hours north of the Sonoran Desert and about 50 minutes from the southern border of the Colorado Plateau. Humidity is not a factor in personal comfort. Warmer and colder weather is less noticeable because of the lack of humidity. Another reason why staying hydrated is so important. Basically, an individual can tolerate much warmer and colder temperatures because humidity does not play a part.
Like Sedona, there is a mix of desert flora. The elevation of Cottonwood is about 3,455ft. The area within 2 miles of Cottonwood is covered by shrubs (83%), cropland (14%), and trees (12%), based on Info at weatherspark.com.
Sight-Seeing and Recreation Abound in the Verde Valley
Verde River Kayaking (select link)
More Things To Do In Clarkdale
Verde Canyon Railroad is a must-see attraction. There is a year-round nest of bald eagles.
Other Attractions and Things to Do
Tuzigoot is Apache for “crooked water” from nearby Peck’s Lake which is a cutoff meander of the Verde River. A two-story pueblo ruin was excavated in 1933-35 by Caywood & Spicer of U of A. President Roosevelt declared Tuzigoot Ruins as a National Monument. Here are a couple of more National Monuments, Montezuma Castle and Well,
Want to find trails that fit your needs in Red Rock Country, this site, Sedona Red Rock Trails will provide information and interactive map on:
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