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Prescott Residential Runway Land for Sale in Arizona

This scenic Paulden ranch land for sale in Prescott, Arizona has 5 parcels remaining from 2 to 142 + acres in the exclusive Wineglass Estates and Ravens Crest subdivisions. These prime builders parcels are available for a horse ranch, farm ranch land, organic farming, hunting lodge, RV lot getaway or residential runway property all within minutes of Chino Valley shopping and less than 1/2 hr from down town Prescott, Arizona. Almost half of the property can be used as a private residential fly in subdivision as well as a horse farm or ranch.


Prices start at $29,000-39,000 per 2 acre parcels, discount for cash!


Peter  Bilyk
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(480) 837-8768

RESIDENTAIL AIR STRIP – Almost half of this land for sale in Paulden features direct access to Pilots Rest a 5000+ ft private residential air strip WITH GRANDFATHERED AIR STRIP RIGHTS. This is one of the larger Prescott residential runways in Arizona with hangar capability right at your back yard starting at two acre parcels up to 120 acres of runway uses! There is a 40 acre parcel available on the north side of the residential runway. This can be divided down to 2 acres as well. On the south side of the adjoining residential air strip, there is 4-80 acres of frontage that can also be divided.

USES- This horse property for sale in Paulden is well suited for an exclusive horse property arena and a private mini cattle ranch. For the right person, this property can be an ideal farm for pastureland or an organic farm. With an abundance of well water available, an organic garden or fruit tree orchard is ideal for your growing pleasure.

RIDING AREA- Lots of open riding trails in and around this Prescott recreation land, and thousands of acres of government forest land riding trails extending to the majestic mountains in the north, all within this spacious Prescott cool mountain land location. You can go rving or riding from your back yard.

OUTDOORS- These Prescott horse ranch acreage parcels can be a hunters dream as well with pronghorn antelope and deer country roaming in your back yard. There are herds of pronghorn antelope and deer that frequent this area. Elk hunting is only 20 minutes up the road.

IMPROVEMENTS- Most of the land is flat open fields with paved and gravel roads to all the parcels. Well water is used and the zoning has a 2 acre minimum with stick or modular built only homes. Electric service is in or close by all the land parcels.


    • Wineglass estates have 2,4,8,20,40 up to 120 acres available on or next to the runway.


  • The Ravens Crest land to the south is available in 2, 8, 16, or 32 acre sizes.

TERMS- All these exclusive northern Arizona land for sale parcels are priced aggressively with lots of meat on the bone for investors. Seller financing with easy terms are available. Broker participation is most welcome. We are negotiating and will look at all reasonable offers! These Paulden land parcels are priced to sell from $29,000 to $39,000 for 2 acre minimums up to 40 acres at $890,000. Developer discounts are available upon negotiations. Please be free to call at .


Aviation- This Prescott mountain land is located only 20 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 LakeWatson Lake and Goldwater Lake. When you add in a host of various restaurants specializing in countless kinds of dishes, and thePrescott 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 itsBlue 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 the Elks 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.

Brief History of Prescott

“Elevation 5,346 feet. One-time capital, county seat and mining town. On Granite creek. On Ash Fork-Phoenix branch A. T. & S.F.Railroad. Originally a branch railraod was built to Prescott “on the sod” from what was then called Prescott Junction, later Seligman, A.T. & S.F. Railroad. When Santa Fe built from Ash Fork, this line was abandoned.

Name Prescott was selected at a public meeting on May 30, 1864. Sugested by Secretary of Territory, McCormick, in honor of the historian. Was the capital until November 1, 1867, when it was moved to Tucson. Later on taken back to Prescott. In January, 1899, was moved to Phoenix. Has at time been called Granite, Gimlettvilee, and Goodwin City. McClintock says: “The official records in State Adjutant General’s office show that J. Ross Browne, the writer, was appointed a Captain in the First Arizona Volunteers from ‘Prescott, Socorro County, New Mexico'”.

Judge Wells says the first Apache attack on Prescott was March 16, 1864, when Joseph Cosgrave was killed while herding stock, almost in the town itself. Post Office established May 18, 1865, Calvin White Post Master.”

Barnes, Will C. Arizona Place Names University of Arizona Press. 1997.
pp. 347-348

“Prescott resulted from the establishment of the Territory of Arizona. On December 29, 1863 the territorial governing party arrived at Navajo Springs. Gov. John N. Goodwin proclaimed that the seat of government would be near Fort Whipple, which had been established in November. On January 22, 1864, the party arrived at Fort Whipple adn in may the site of the future Prescott was selected. The Indian name for the location was In-dil-chin-ar (=pine woods). Prescott was named in 1864 to honor William Hickling Prescott (1796-1859), a prominent historian. The name was preferred over others because of the “Aztec memorial everywhere existing in this region and confirming the conclusions of the great American historian.” The growing community had local names, such as Goodwin City (for. Gov John Goodwin), Granite(it was on Granite Creek), Gimletville, and Fleuryville (for Judge Henry W. Fleury(d. 1896), who had his headquarters on the west side of Granite Creek.)

Among the first to settlers was Joseph Ehle (b. March 13, 1813, New York, d. Nov. 1912), who arrived from Colorado with his family on July 28, 1864. In 1865 he established a government road station at his ranch in Skull Valley, but returned in 1868 to Prescott. Prescott has the honor of having held the first rodeo in 1888, now an annual event held on July 4rth.

In 1867 Tucson became the territorial capital, but Prescott again became the territorial capital in 1877, retaining that honor until 1889 when the capital was moved to Phoenix. Prescott is the seat of Yavapai County. PO est Aug 25, 1863, Hiram W. Reid PM.”

Barnes, Will C.; Granger, Byrd (ed.) Arizona’s names : X marks the place Falconer Pub. Co. : distributed by Treasure Chest Publications, c1983. P. 500

Apx SqFt: 566,280
Apx SqFt G/N: G
Apx Total Acres: 13
Apx Total Acres G/N: G
Apx Deeded Fee Acres: 13
Apx Leased Acres: 0
Lot Size Dimensions: 615.39×1038.05

Price Per Acre: $19,500 – $22,500

Subdivision: Raven’s Crest
Tax Municipality: Paulden
Marketing Name:
Irrigation District:
Street Frontage Name:
Hun Block: 1000 N
Map Code/Grid: T18

Zoning: AG

Parcel Size: 20.00 – 39.99 Acres
Land Features: Mountain View(s); Borders Pres/Pub Lnd
Land Configuration: Square Rectangular
Elevation: 2,001 – 3,000 Ft
Topography: Level
Vegetation: Chaparral Scrub
Horses: Y
Horses: Corral; Stall; Barn
Potential Use: Single Family; Agricultural; Ranch
Use Restrictions:
Freeway/Highway: 1.1 – 2 Miles

Traffic Count: Up to 5,000
Current Density: 00 – 01 Units P/Acre
Proposed Density: 00 – 01 Units P/Acre

Development Status: Off Site Imp Complte; Prelim Eng Included

Fencing: None
Water: Check Availability
Sewer: Septic
Gas: None
Distance to Cable: Call Listing Office
Distance to Electric: Within 1/2 Mile
Distance to Gas: None
Distance to Phone: Call Listing Office
Distance to Sewer: None
Distance to Water: Call Listing Office
Electric: SRP
Road Streets: Asphalt/Blacktop; Dedicated Street
Environmental: Phase I Available