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20 AC Parcel in Prescott Ranch…

1900 E. Prescott Ranch Rd (click for mapquest link) Paulden, AZ – Superb ranch/mountain parcels located just far enough to get away from it all. Situated north of Prescott/Chino Valley area on the north edge of Paulden, AZ off Hwy 89 - about 1.3 miles down Prescott Ranch Rd. Zoned for site built homes or modulars (1200 sq/ft min) and 5 acre minimum (parcels could be split). Wells in the area provide excellent water at water tables between 375 and 450 feet. Solar/alternate energy area.  Several new homes currently under construction off Prescott Ranch Rd. Farms animals allowed (2 head per acre – Horses, Cattle, etc).

20 AC’s Yavapai APN’s 305-01-018J & 305-01-018K – This is actually two separate 10 acre parcels that you could do with as you please. Sell one and keep the other to build your dream home… Opportunities abound here.  Some meadow near the road and then endless views as you climb the elevation. Juniper trees, shrubs, and some Pinon pine. Recent survey on record. Both 10 acre parcels (20.10 acres total) (SORRY-SOLD). Call Rex at (928) 308-0700.


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Question about the 20 ac's at Prescott Ranch?
Prescott Ranch Maps
Aerial map of 17.35 acre and 20 acres in Prescott Ranch area
Prescott Ranch Road
Heading north on Hwy 89 out of Prescott/Chino Area, turn right at the northern side of Paulden at the old Prescott Ranch road (unmarked) just past mile marker 339.
Prescott Ranch Entrance
After a couple hundred yards, turn right into the Prescott Ranch - then continue on the old ranch road about a mile or so to property.
Home being built on the old Prescott Ranch rd.
You will drive by a couple of homes being built just west of the property. This is the first one (looking back after we past it)
Second home being built to the west of our property.
Prescott ranch gate
Once you get to this gate you have been on the property for a couple hundred feet or so. This is just beyond the SW corner of the first 10 acre tract (of the 20 acres). Gate is not locked.
Road along boundary of property - east side
meadow
Meadow near NE corner
climbing
Starting to climb up the hill and looking back across the road
Notice the Red Rocks of Sedona beyond the neighbor's home across the way. On a clear day the rocks are very bright red.
Views - Views - Views
Looking West from a higher level
Chino/Prescott
Once at the highest elevation, you can see for miles in almost all directions. This is looking toward Chino/Prescott
Pinon Pine
A view beyond a Pinon Pine