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DEWEY LAND FOR SALE IN PRESCOTT VALLEY ARIZONA HAS 3 WELLS

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This Dewey Humboldt land for sale in Prescott Valley has some of the rarest gorgeous ranch land which is surrounded by mountain valley views with a private creek and giant mature trees running through the property all in one package. It is rare to have panoramic hill top acreage as well as pasture land on the bottom for a horse ranch or private organic farm with mature trees and creek. At this private Prescott land for sale in Prescott valley location, just off state route 169 and off Orm road, you have from 4-65 acres of prime custom ranch home settings to work with.

Views Detail- there are 4, 6, 8, 20, 40, and 65 acres of ranch land available at this location. Call for more details. This Prescott land for sale has dramatic boulders, with panoramic hillside views overlooking the Prescott Valley country side and is ideal for an exclusive custom ranch home setting. At the top of the hill a private ranch cabin can be built with 360 degree views and still have a few acres of corral and pasture up there as well.

Organic farm- on the lower east half of the ranch property, a pasture or organic farm has been started. There are organic fruit trees and organic vegetable gardens growing on the farm ranch. It is an ideal location for a sustainable farm with the abundance of well water available. This mild northern Arizona land climate is ideal for growing crops most of the year rarely exceeding the high eighties in summer.

Structures and improvements- there is an old rustic 2 bedroom ranch house with porches and an old tall horse barn to the east. The property is entirely fenced in with electricity and 3 private wells. One of the deeper wells is running on a solar panel. On the ranch land, there are 2 ponds that are fed by runoff and by the wells. There are 3 buildings or utility shacks for storage. In the creek wash, there is an old farm shack that is nestled into the giant majestic cotton wood trees that run along the entire property boundary. This shack housed one of the first families that settled in the Yarber creek farm belt.

Outdoor activity- The ranch land is bordered by BLM land to the West and South. Lots of rabbit, quail, deer, javalina, antelope and other animals populate this unique riparian habitat. Unlimited horse trails and quad riding room. This northern Arizona land for sale is a rare find so close in to the Prescott Valley area and yet still have your own private RV lot and hunting land in your back yard. You really must see these scenic Arizona mountain properties in person to appreciate this outdoor recreation land with its splendid atmosphere, dramatic views and outdoor settings.

Availability- This Dewey horse property for sale in Prescott has easy access to all parts of the ranch from all four sides. Buy from 4 acres up to or all of the 65 acres with 5 parcels available. This AZ land for sale in Prescott Valley has pricing starting at $99,000 for 4+ acres minimum up to $60,000 per acre for the ranch house and improvement areas. Owner carry back financing and very flexible terms are available with discounts on larger parcels upon negotiations. Brokers are always welcome.

Located in the Prescott Valley area just minutes from Highway 69 off State Route 169 east of Young’s Farms. Call 480-837-8768

RECREATION AND ACTIVITIES FOR THE GREATER PRESCOTT AREA

Aviation- This Prescott mountain land is located only 30 minutes from the Prescott airport on state route 89 which has daily flights throughout the day.

Horses- Breeding, riding and showing is a cornerstone of Western culture. Since 1888 nothing compares to the World’s Oldest Rodeo during Prescott Frontier Days where the world’s best compete every year.

Nature and the Great Outdoors- If you’re looking for Prescott AZ activities that everyone in the family can enjoy the Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary offers an assortment of rescued animals from barn owls to tigers. You’ll also find the Prescott National Forest with more than 450 miles of recreation trails or the Prescott Parks and Recreation Department outdoor fun. For water activities in Prescott AZ, be sure to check out Lynx Lake, Willow Lake, Watson Lake and Goldwater Lake. When you add in a host of various restaurants specializing in countless kinds of dishes, and the Prescott Gateway Mall for top-quality shopping, you can see there are Prescott AZ activities for everyone.

Prescott Attractions- Nestled in the conifer forests of the Bradshaw Mountains, Prescott is a historic city boasting much in the way of adventure and culture. Golfers flock to its six pristine courses, while outdoors enthusiasts find exciting hiking trails, secluded picnicking spots and adventure on the waters of its five lakes. Discover the history of the Old West in the city’s museums, historic railways and the Pioneer Home Cemetery, where “Big Nose Kate” Elder, wife of Doc Holiday, found her final resting place.

TOURING- There are dozens of fascinating things to do in Prescott, AZ – picking just one of the area’s Arizona visitor attractions would be a shame! Choose from some of the famous tourist attractions in Arizona like Prescott’s Whiskey Row, the Old Courthouse and Courthouse Plaza or even Arizona visitor attractions in nearby Jerome, Phoenix, Sedona and of course – the Grand Canyon, the most famous tourist attraction in Arizona. For family-fun or grown-up adventures alike, check out nature and wildlife parks; authentic Western experiences; arts & science attractions; sightseeing opportunities; historical landmarks; state parks and recreation areas. The fun never ceases at these Prescott Arizona visitor attractions.

Whiskey Row- The 100 block of South Montezuma Street in Prescott, Arizona has long been known as Whiskey Row, for the numerous saloons that once lined the street. Today, Whiskey Row hotspots include the Hotel St. Michael, Bird cage Saloon, Hooligan’s, and the Jersey Lilly.

Prescott Frontier Days- Since 1888 folks have come from miles around to see what the ruckus in Prescott, Arizona was all about. Every year that ruckus gets bigger, the contestants more daring and bold. It’s about time you came to the Prescott Frontier Days ®, Inc. 2009 World’s Oldest Rodeo ®. We’re the worlds oldest, and we’re happening June 29 – July 5, 2009. Tickets on sale now!

Entertainment- If you love the theatre, be sure to visit Sharlot Hall Museum and its Blue Rose Theatre that has offered engrossing historical productions since 1994. In addition, the Ruth Street Theatre, located on the Prescott High School campus, offers public productions year-round, like the summer Shakespeare Festival. For concerts, theatrical performances and sports there’s Tim’s Toyota Center, which is also home to the Arizona Adrenaline professional indoor football team (AIFA) and the Arizona Sundogs ice hockey team. Be sure to also check out theElks Opera House, named in the National Register of Historic Places in 1978, for concerts, theatrical performances and conventions.

Arts- For art lovers, you’ll find the Phippen Museum, the Smoki Museum of American Indian Art & Culture and the Yavapai College Performance Hall and Art Gallery, which features fine works of art, but has also hosted world-renowned entertainers like Bill Cosby, Itzhak Perlman and Garrison Keillor.

Located on the south-west corner of Vergona and Premonition Lane, about 2.5 miles south on Orme road. Orme road is located 5 miles east of intersection of highway 69 and 169.

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Prescott Valley has come a long way from the days of dirt roads and one grocery store! We still retain our small-town charm in the way of our historical Old Town district, open spaces and a living General Plan that showcases our commitment to growing a healthy community with total citizen input!

Did you know…?

One of the Town’s famous landmarks, Glassford Hill, once was an active volcano between 10 and 14 million years ago. Colonel William A. Glassford traveled the area in the 1880s and helped form a sophisticated system of 27 heliograph stations to monitor the movements of Apache Indians, U.S. military troops and civilians. Glassford Hill was a part of that early communications system. Today, this landmark stands at an elevation of 6,177 feet.

Prescott Valley’s Fitzmaurice Ruins contain artifacts from the early Mountain Patayan people who inhabited the area some 14,000 years ago.

The Walker party discovered gold along Lynx Creek in 1863.

Thomas Gibson Barlow-Massicks arrived in the area in 1885 and built the “castle” that still sits in Fain Park. Massicks build a small town from scratch but few of the original structures remain in addition to the mining equipment he used to dredge Lynx Creek.

In the mid 1960s, Prescott Valley Incorporated, a real-estate company from Phoenix, purchased land in an area 10 miles east of Prescott known as Lonesome Valley. In 1966, representatives from Prescott Valley Inc. began traveling to the Midwest to sell home parcels to people who craved sunshine, mild weather, and magnificent scenery.

In 1978, more than 1,500 residents were living in the unincorporated area now known as Prescott Valley. On August 22, 1978, the voters of Prescott Valley voted overwhelmingly for incorporation as a town.

In the intervening years, Prescott Valley has grown into one of the most progressive and attractive communities in Arizona! August 22, 2003 marked the Silver Anniversary of the Town of Prescott Valley’s first 25 years of incorporation.

Yearly average rainfall: 12.80 inches
Average Low Temperature: 38 degrees F
Average High Temperature: 73 degrees F

Temperatures generally range about 15 to 20 degrees cooler than Phoenix to the south.

Animals

Javelina
Porcupine
Raccoon
Kangaroo Rat
Skunk
Coyote
Reptiles

Western Rattlesnake
Bull Snake
King Snake
Insects
Tarantula
Scorpion
Centipede

Birds

Gambel’s Quail
Mourning Dove
White-Winged Dove
Common House Finch
House Sparrow
Western Meadowlark
Roadrunner
Hummingbird
Burrowing Owl
Flora
Prescott Valley natural landscape is populated by an array of regional
flowers and shrubs, some of which are native to Arizona, including:

Desert Globemallow
Scarlet Guara
Indian Paintbrush
Fleabane
Tansyleaf Spine Aster
Bluestem Pricklepoppy
Silver Nightshade
Scrub Oak