Jan’s Top 5 Reasons to Relocate to Prescott
Welcome to our new Talking Rock Realtor series, where we share expert advice from top local realtors.
Our first blog features top Prescott realtor Jan Cameron. Jan moved from Scottsdale and has called Prescott home for eighteen years. She advises individuals and families every day to find the right home, custom lot, or homesite to start or expand their life in Prescott.
Jan’s Top 5 Reasons to Call Prescott Home:
Enjoyable four-season climate
Prescott has relatively short winters that bring occasional snows which melt quickly. In the spring, the weather alternates between sun and rain, with beautiful spring buds and blooms.
Summers are warm and sunny and offer the perfect climate for outdoor activities and trips to surrounding lakes and mountains. Monsoon season occurs in July and August, bringing in cooler temperatures. Daytime mountain breezes keep the temperature from reaching the scorching highs of the lower lying desert areas in Arizona. Summer evenings often bring spectacular sunsets and a delightful coolness to the end of a summer day.
Fall brings delightful autumn colors as the foliage changes with the shorter, but still pleasant days. Temperatures stay in the 60’s to low 70’s. Sunshine averages about 300 days a year.
Outdoor Adventures—Golfing, Hiking, biking, etc.
Prescott has a spectacular natural environment for outdoor activities. The Ponderosa pines and mountain vistas have a rejuvenating effect on the heart, mind and spirit. It’s the perfect place to choose the day’s adventure, whether it’s golfing on a Championship golf course, hiking on one of the many trails located around Prescott, or having fun with a few hours of off-road biking.
There has always been a sense of community that draws people here even though they may come from very different parts of the world. You’ll find that your neighbors quickly become trusted companions. Prescott has a small town feel with a lively population.
Talking Rock is a sizable community of 3,600 acres with all the amenities, including, water, electricity, cable, high-speed internet and more. You need never go without modern conveniences, but it has a wonderful feeling of being “away from it all.”
We offer a variety of home options, from ½ to 10-acre sites. Whether you prefer the larger lots in the Sterling Ranch area or less acreage, there is so much to choose from. We offer the customizable Outlaw Collection, or classic ranch-style homes in Cooper Ranch. There’s also Ranch Cottages for carefree high country living with golf course views. You may choose brand-new custom homes built to be ready when you are, or premium resale properties. The choice is yours.
Access to quality healthcare
A wide range of medical specialties are represented by more than 160 practicing physicians in the Prescott area. Assistance in locating a physician is offered through Yavapai Regional Medical Center. The Center has a reputation for being one of the finest healthcare providers in the country. YRMC was recently recognized as a Top 10 Hospital nationally for safe surgery and was honored in 2015 by U.S. News and World Report as one of the best in the nation for orthopedic surgery. YRMC’s healing network includes a 72-bed acute care hospital in Prescott Valley (YRMC East), a 135-bed acute care hospital in Prescott (YRMC West), extensive outpatient services, and a growing network of outpatient clinics.
The Yavapai County Health Department also provides services that are dedicated to education, wellness, and health promotion. Local medical offices available in Prescott, Prescott Valley, and Chino Valley.
Learn about the beautiful Sterling Ranch sites and other housing options available at Talking Rock in Prescott by visiting https://talkingrockaz.com/sterling-ranch/ or by calling the Talking Rock sales team at (928) 227 8819
If you love Prescott, but like your independence, visit Talking Rock talkingrockaz.com. Thirty minutes from downtown Prescott, this private, guard-gated master-planned community offers a variety of home sites and new customized homes, whether you want to live on the golf course or adjacent to Arizona State Trust Land. Home sites are ½ to 10-acres in size, and ready-to-move-in homes are also available.