Prescott Area Real Estate
The Stephanie Woods Team specializes in todays touch Real Estate market. We service Prescott and the surrounding Yavapai County for Retail Residential Homes, HUD Homes, Foreclosures, and Short Sales. Call us about our special Short Sale Program. Our Real Estate agents are certified in Short Sales and Bank Owned property sales and purchases. No matter what your Real Estate goals are, we are committed to providing you with the highest quality service. Call us today to schedule your private consultation. Whether it be your own Distressed Property, First-Time Buyer, Investor Purchase, or any other Real Estate need we can help!
The Stephanie Woods Team serves the Real Estate needs of buyers and sellers in Prescott's Quad Cities, the Verde Valley, and Arizona's surrounding Yavapai County.
Feel free to browse my website for more information on buying or selling Yavapai County Real Estate and the Foreclosure and Short Sale process. From information on the local community, to advice about finding a mortgage or preparing your Real Estate for sell, it's all available here on my web site.
You can also search for your ideal home by viewing current listings with detailed descriptions and photos. Or you can get help determining the value of your home by requesting a free report from the tab above labeled "The Best Home Report", which will include the prices of similar homes that recently sold or are currently for sale in Prescott and surrounding areas, along with market data.
So whether you're buying or selling real estate, feel free to contact me and we will be happy to help you with all your real estate needs.
Local Prescott Real Estate Information
Prescott is a city in Yavapai County, Arizona, USA. Prescott, Prescott Valley (7 miles east), and Chino Valley (16 miles north), together comprise what is locally known as the "Tri-City" area. In 2007, Yavapai County was estimated to have 212,635 residents by the U.S. Census Bureau, making Prescott Arizona the third-largest metropolitan area in Arizona, after Phoenix (4.2 million) and Tucson (1 million).
Prescott's four-season climate is generally moderate, its altitude of 5,354 ft (1,632 m) making it significantly cooler than the lower southern areas of the state yet without the harsher winters of higher altitudes.
Prescott served as capital of Arizona Territory until November 1, 1867, when the capital was moved to Tucson by act of the 4th Arizona Territorial Legislature. The capital was returned to Prescott in 1877 by the 9th Arizona Territorial Legislature] The capital was finally moved to Phoenix on February 4, 1889 by the 15th Arizona Territorial Legislature.
The Sharlot Hall Museum houses much of Prescott's territorial history, and the Smoki and Phippen museums also maintain local collections. Whiskey Row in downtown Prescott boasts many historic buildings, including The Palace, Arizona's oldest restaurant and bar, and many other buildings that have been converted to boutiques, art galleries, bookstores, and restaurants. The City is named after author William H. Prescott, whose writings were popular during the Civil War.
After several major fires in the early part of the century, downtown Prescott was rebuilt with brick. The central courthouse plaza, a lawn under huge old elm trees, is a good gathering and meeting place. Cultural events and performances take place on many nights in the summer on the plaza.
Prescott, Arizona hosts annual events such as Frontier Days, The World’s Oldest Rodeo (1888), Prescott Film Fest, The Cowboy Poets Gathering, the Prescott Highland Games and several marathons. Also located in Prescott Arizona is the Heritage Park Zoo.
• Prescott, Arizona was named one of the Top 100 Art Towns by author John Villani
• Prescott’s Courthouse Plaza was named one of 10 Great Public Spaces in America by the American Planning Assoc.
• Prescott, Arizona was named one of the best 50 places to live by National Geographic Adventure
• Prescott, Arizona was named one of the nation’s top ten Dream Cities by Sunset Magazine
• Prescott, Arizona was ranked number 47 by forbes.com for Best Small Places for Businesses and Careers
• Prescott, Arizona was ranked number 5 by forbes.com for Fastest Growing Small Metros
• Prescott, Arizona was named one of America’s Dozen Distinctive Destinations by the National Trust for Historic Preservation
• Prescott was named one of America’s Top Western Art Towns by True West magazine
• Prescott was named one of the nation’s best retirement communities by authors Arthur and Mary Griffith