Southview Real Estate
Stunning Views and Custom Builds
Southview is a beautiful neighborhood in Prescott that offers stunning views of Granite Mountain, Thumb Butte, and Granite Dells. There’s a reason it’s called “Southview.” The sweeping and stunning views are unparalleled by anywhere other neighborhood in Prescott. With access to the Pioneer Trails, Granite Dells, and San Francisco Peaks, homeowners in Southview are always in attendance for some of the most spectacular sunsets imaginable. The exquisite beauty and tranquility in the Southview community is enough to make anyone want to call it home.
Homes in Southview have floorplans ranging from 2,000-7,000 square feet, so when shopping for a home, it really comes down to what type of space you are looking for as a buyer. The price points of the homes in Southview vary as widely as the square footage, with homes starting around the $500k mark and topping off around $1 million. Southview homes sit upon lots ranging from a half acre to two full acres! Buyers flock to Southview because every home comes with a view that is, frankly, priceless.
Southview is settled in a quiet location just down Williamson Valley Road, about eight miles outside of Downtown Prescott. The rural location makes it an ideal choice for buyers who want peace and serenity when at home. The low HOA fees help to maintain the beautiful Prescott neighborhood, but don’t break the bank! Southview is a family-friendly neighborhood with plenty of activities available right in the neighborhood itself!
Just eight miles from Downtown Prescott, Southview is just a hop, skip, and jump away from all the excitement the city center has to offer—including delightful boutiques, incredible restaurants, and the nightlife of Whiskey Row! Considering most Prescott residents are golf lovers, we can’t forget to mention that there are two golf courses just a short drive away too! Antelope Hills is an 18-hole course, open to the public, and Prescott Lakes is a stunning 18-hole course as well, but private to members only.
One of the most popular forms of recreation in Southview is getting out into the natural landscape and observing the local flora and fauna. Anything from deer to bobcats can be found lurking around the area and are just as majestic in person as you’d imagine. Pioneer Park is close by too, with baseball and soccer fields, volleyball courts, and miles of hiking and biking trails that will take residents to some of the most spectacular views in all of Arizona.
Southview Listings Summary
Southview - Town vs. County Stats
Avg Walkscore in Southview: 1 / County Avg 16
Avg Year Built in Southview: 1997 / County Avg 1997