Prescott Quick Facts

Prescott Quick Facts

Prescott has seen habitation since about 9,000 years ago

Ancestors of the Yavapai Tribe
Yavapai Tribe
Spanish explorers and later, the U.S. Cavalry, miners and settlers

With U.S. settlement, Prescott became 100% American town

Given its current name
Territorial capital and county seat in Arizona until 1889

Prescott occupies a region of stunning natural beauty and open space

Rich in natural resources
Land parcels, custom home sites, room to roam

Nicknamed, “Everybody’s Hometown”

Many pioneering Americans called it home in the past, as many do now
Provides livability in neighborhoods and homes for a wide variety of lifestyles

Plenty of Things to Do

Museums, historic sites, prehistoric artifacts and ruins, fine art
exhibits, a variety of festivals, shopping, dining, nightlife, sports
events, World’s Oldest Rodeo, zoo and trained animal shows, lakes,
fishing, hiking, camping, horseback riding and just living the good
life in Prescott real estate

Thriving Real Estate Market

55 plus communities, mixed communities, golf communities, country
homes, mountain homes, equestrian estates, rural ranches and farms
An abundance of land for sale
Many home sites for sale

Close to Other Arizona Towns

1-30 mins from Sedona
1-45 mins from Flagstaff
1-45 mins from Phoenix