A charming rural area, Williamson Valley provides its residents with plenty of breathing space to relax and get away from the noise and chaos that city life brings. While it’s a growing community, country living thrives here and continues to be celebrated and embodied by its residents who value the area’s rustic feel.
The valley’s rich natural topography makes it a welcome home to a diversity of flora and fauna, which only serves to further enhance its scenic beauty. Because of this, many world-class golfing and equestrian communities have been developed here as well. The area is also within close proximity to the city of Prescott and the Prescott National Forest, one of the largest natural forests in the United States, not to mention myriad lakes and waterways.
Gateway to Granite Mountain
Williamson Valley is also known as the gateway to Granite Mountain, which can be found east of Williamson Valley Road. Granite Mountain is famous for its scenic trails and open spaces, which outdoor recreation enthusiasts deem perfect for bicycling, hiking, horse riding, and camping. Accessible via Williamson Valley Road is Almost a Trail #622, Mint Wash Trail #345 and Willow Trail #347, which are perfect for daytime hikes. At the Inscription Canyon Development, you can find the Talking Rock Ranch, which is famous for its collection of prehistoric rock art with inscriptions traced back to the Patayan people.
A Diversity of Communities
You will find several equestrian, gated communities and golf enclaves in Williamson Valley. One of these is LV Ranch Estates, which is part of the historic Las Vegas Ranch located at the center of the valley. Then there’s American Ranch, which is situated at the base of Granite Mountain. This gated master-planned equestrian community where you’ll find higher end private homes with roads that are lined with majestic cedar, pinon and pine trees. American Ranch’s community center includes a world-class Equestrian Center with all the bells and whistles including its very own covered riding and dressage-riding arena.
Williamson Valley AZ Real Estate and Williamson Valley Homes for Sale
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Williamson Valley Ranch is a unique hillside neighborhood found just 30 minutes north of downtown Prescott.
Beautifully carved on a scenic frontier landscape, this prestigious and upscale community is dotted with charming single-family homes and homesites with some of the largest lot sizes of any community in Prescott.
Serene and peaceful, this one-of-a-kind neighborhood oozes a familiar rural charm. It’s ideal for families looking for a place to raise kids and have them enjoy wide open spaces.
Combining the best of small town living and nearby urban amenities, Williamson Valleyliesfar enough away from the hustle and bustle of the city, yet remain reasonably close to shops, restaurants, and other downtown amenities.
This scenic hillside neighborhood is made up of a wide range of beautiful homes on 3 to 8-acre lots. A frontier landscape with scattered brush and pine trees, along with stunning 360-degree views of dramatic mountain ranges and the desert forest landscape complete the picture.
Williamson Valley Ranch exclusively features single-family homes. Most are highend and boast stunning finishes and upscale features.
Better known for its expansive custom home sites, this community allows prospective buyers to build the perfect home according totheir vision in the architectural style and home plan they desire.
The dynamic terrain allows a variety of elevations, land features, and vantage points on home sites. Some lots may have a view of calming grassy plains, while others might be built on gently rolling hills. You choose the option that best suits you.
For inquiries on prices and other property features, contact Richard E. Kerr at (928) 227-2437 or send an email to richard(at)richardekerr(dotted)com.
Lifestyle and amenities
Majestic mountain range views, big blue skies, scenic country landscape, and a whole lot of leg room – Williamson Valley embodies all that’s good about rural living.
No noise, no hassle. A place with plenty of space for kids to roam free, play in the open with their dogs, or engage in a favorite outdoor activity with their friends and family.
Being surrounded by nature, peace, and privacy is one of the biggest benefits of living in this community. The fact that trips downtown takes only minutes is also a big advantage.
Iron Springs Road, Montezuma Street, and Miller Valley Road in nearby downtown Prescott are hubs of leisure – filled with fine dining restaurants, shopping, clubs, bars, entertainment options, and many more.
Other famous Prescott attractions include:
- Watson Lake
- Heritage Park Zoological Sanctuary
- Downtown Historic Area
- Sharlot Hall Museum
- Prescott National Forrest
Major healthcare centers like the Yavapai Regional Medical Center – West and Arizona Grand Medical Center can also be found near downtown. Women’s clinics, orthopedic centers, and other healthcare services are available along Willow Creek Road.
- BASIC Prescott Charter School
- Abia-Judd Elementary
- Tri-City College Prep High School
- Prescott College
- Yavapai College
- Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, Prescott
- Antelope Hills Golf Courses
- Prescott Lakes Golf and Country Club
- Stone Ridge Golf Course