Good question I created this site for all 55+ communities in Prescott
I like the Gardens at Willow Creek.
That being said over 50% of the population in Prescott is over 55 so we don't have many designated 55+ subdivisions but we do have areas where you will find more 55+ people. If you are interested in Chatting about it you can give me a call 928-237-4400
Hope to hear from you soon,
Prescott is an older community and so the school facilities are sometime 60+ years old. That being said I have 4 of my 6 kids in the district and it has very strong curriculum and scores over all. They have a lot of parental involvement. I am very happy with the district.
Prescott Valley has newer schools, ball fields everything is newer. I am not as sure about scores but they seem to be very competitive due to the Open district in Prescott.
Check out my website for more info on schools.. call anytime to talk.
Pamela Martin (buyer's specialist with The Bergamini Group) is a former teacher with Prescott Valley
I am sure she would be happy to talk to you about both schools also.
Best of luck,
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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.... more