Prescott Valley Real Estate
New Town, New Home, New You.
Incorporated in just 1978, Prescott Valley, AZ is an up and coming town that originally rose from the dust in 1966. What started with just 1,500 residents has now grown into a booming town of over 40,000 people—inching in on nearby Prescott, which was established 150 years ago. Averaging 273 sunny days per year, Prescott Valley has an almost perfect climate that provides residents with an almost daily dose of vitamin D and a wide range of outdoor adventures to partake in. Prescott Valley is very much a family-oriented community, but also a perfect place to retire to. The employment opportunities are so abundant that many have chosen to buy a home and relocate to Prescott Valley due to its strong worth ethic and solid educational system. With plenty of things to do, career opportunities, and an abundance of shopping, dining, and entertainment, it’s hard to not fall in love with Prescott Valley.
Endless Entertainment in Prescott Valley
The possibilities for leisure in Prescott Valley are endless. Spend the day basking in the Arizona sunshine at Fain Park and Mountain Valley Splash Pool—or take a hike on Glassford Summit and Iron King Trails. To add a little urban vibe to your leisurely day, check out the newly developed downtown Entertainment District where you’ll find a multiplex cinema, delicious restaurants, adorable boutiques and stores, and even an arcade. Special events like Prescott Valley Days, Balloon Glow, and the Christmas Valley of Lights can be enjoyed by children of all ages, and also certainly those adults who are still young at heart.
Shopping, Dining, and Amenities
Strong economic development has made Prescott Valley a magnet for major retailers like Kohl’s, Dick’s Sporting Goods, and TJ Maxx. You will also find plenty of independent and local retailers with a more boutique-style feel. There is a slew of well-known chain restaurants, like Culver’s and Buffalo Wild Wings, but Prescott Valley also has many locally owned restaurants as well. Lying right between Prescott and Prescott Valley is Prescott Gateway Mall, and conveniently located big box stores—like Costco and Sam’s Club.
Boundless Entertainment at the PV Event Center
One of the shining gems of Prescott Valley is the Prescott Valley Events Center—a spectacular 5,000-seat venue that houses trade shows, health fairs, community get-togethers, and world class musical tours like Heart, REO Speedwagon, Peter Frampton, The Band Perry, Willie Nelson, and so many more! Boasting year-round entertainment, the Event Center is transformed during the winter season, becoming an ice rink for public skating and Northern Arizona University hockey tournaments—and even our very own minor league hockey team, the Sundogs!!
Employment Opportunities Abound
The job market in Prescott Valley is quite abundant and perfect for any business—private or commercial—who is looking to expand the possibilities of growth and marketing into the Northern Arizona area. The town’s trained workforce is eager to take on new projects and is growing by the day. We are lucky to have companies like Lockheed Martin, Ace Hardware Distribution, Superior Industries, and Prescott Aerospace—many among the largest employers in the Quad Cities—call us home.
Prescott Valley Subdivisions
Prescott Valley Listings Summary
Prescott Valley - Town vs. County Stats
Avg Price in Prescott Valley: $580,300 / County Avg $901,900
Avg Taxes in Prescott Valley: $1,900 / County Avg $2,200
Avg Sq. Ft. in Prescott Valley: 2,024 / County Avg 2,392
Avg Price per/sqft in Prescott Valley:$287 / County Avg $377
Avg Walkscore in Prescott Valley: 22 / County Avg 16
Avg Year Built in Prescott Valley: 2004 / County Avg 1997
Avg Days on Website in Prescott Valley: 41 / County Avg 87
Prescott Valley Real Estate Market Health
|Areas in Prescott Valley AZ|
|Out of Area|