Jackie, Home Buyer in Des Moines, IA

Are the homes in Pronghorn Ranch, Granville and StoneRidge considered lower end than those in Prescott proper?

Asked by Jackie, Des Moines, IA Sun Feb 27, 2011

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Brad Bergamini’s answer
Depends on what you think lower end..
If you like affordable master planned communities Pronghorn Ranch, Granville and StoneRidge are going to work for you. Pronghorn and StoneRidge both have custom homes and Developer homes. I have a listing in Pronghorn that is defiantly not lower end http://everythingprescott.com/idx/mls-950427-7141_n_lucky_sh… .

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0 votes Thank Flag Link Mon Feb 28, 2011
No. Pronghorn Ranch, Granville, and Stoneridge are all master planned housing developments with great amenities that are less than 10 years old. All of these developments exist in Prescott Valley and are 10-15 miles from dowtown Prescott. If your questions is related as to why these homes are lower priced than Prescott, that has to do with location. Prescott homes, in general, are higher priced than Prescott Valley.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Feb 27, 2011
The homes in the subdivisions you mentioned are newer developments, and therefore the community is newer as well. There are some newer homes in Prescott as well. I work with a development called Cloudstone which is building new homes currently in the same approximate price range as the Prescott Valley subdivisions. So, with our lower prices it's really hard to tell you a yes or no answer to this question. It does depend on your needs and the area you like. There are many desirable choices right now in the Prescott and Prescott Valley areas.
0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Feb 27, 2011
The question is - what are you looking for? Every buyer has their particular goals and dreams in buying a home. (as well as their particular budget for a home). To me, it is about the type of home and neighborhood you want. Each of the communities in the Prescott/Prescott Valley area have their unique attributes. I would recommend that you contact a buyer's agent in the area. (Those of us who are active on Trulia, for the most part, have active buyer programs). A buyer's agent can find out more about what you are looking for and answer your particular questions about different areas that would suit your needs. Ann
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0 votes Thank Flag Link Sun Feb 27, 2011
Not at all. The communities you name are all newer HOA communities (built in the past decade) in Prescott Valley. They have many nice features (community centers, pools, etc.) They are just in Prescott Valley rather then Prescott. It is no secret that you get more home for your dollar in Prescott Valley than you would in Prescott. Prescott Valley is different in terms of geography and landscape. It is more much more common to look out across the grasslands at the mountains. Where in Prescott portions of town have more mature trees including the Ponderosa Pine and more of a mountain feel.
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