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In Arizona, Prescott Real Estate is very diverse for home buyers. This mile-high town has it all! It boasts 300 days of sunshine per year, mountain living, western art & culture, golfing and over 450 miles of trails. That's why it consistently ranks in the "Top 25 Best Places to Retire" by Money Magazine. Make sure you take the time to sit down with John for a FREE CONSULTATION. He treats every client as his only client. He's the best at matching your desired lifestyle interests with your Prescott Real Estate budget so that you can enjoy life to its fullest in Prescott, Arizona.

John's knowledge of the area has helped hundreds of folks just like you find their dream home. Search for your perfect home today! Go through John's preferred subdivisions in Prescott's downtown areas and in Williamson Valley just north of town. It's where you can have both lovely homes and a little land to call your own with views of Granite Mountain and San Francisco Peaks all the way in Flagstaff. In addition, lots of neighborhoods in Williamson Valley are set up for Equestrian use so bring your horses to Prescott and enjoy the hundreds of miles of riding trails it borders. If horses aren't your thing but you like trails, the trailhead at Granite Mountain in Williamson Valley offers trails that lead to Granite Basin Lake and around the back of Granite Mountain making a great day's journey.

Prescott's medical facilities are "State of the Art" today with the James Heart Unit at Yavapai Regional Medical Center's west campus and Women's health facilities at YRMC's east campus. Plus Prescott has a nationally recognized VA Hospital in town that has been completely upgraded within the last two years.

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