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Antelope Meadows - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Antelope Meadows: $523,400 / County Avg $658,300

40%

Avg Taxes in Antelope Meadows: $2,800 / County Avg $71,100

2%

Avg Sq. Ft. in Antelope Meadows: 2,350 / County Avg 2,476

47%

Avg Price per/ft2 in Antelope Meadows: $223 / County Avg $266

84%

Avg Walkscore in Antelope Meadows: 7 / County Avg 16

20%

Avg Year Built in Antelope Meadows: 2005 / County Avg 1997

50%

Avg Days on Website in Antelope Meadows: 156 / County Avg 124

63%

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A Profoundly Private Place to Call Home


If a ton of acreage is what you’re looking for in a new homestead, Antelope Meadows is the place to look!  Antelope Meadows boasts expansive views of green grasslands, with Mingus Mountain rising a staggering 7,700 ft in the distance.  Pronghorn graze in the wild plains as homeowners are allotted some of the most stunning views in all of Arizona.  Ask one of our knowledgeable agents to show you the exclusively private equestrian-based neighborhood today.

 

The Homes


Antelope Meadows is a community that is uniquely Arizonan.  Homes in Antelope Meadows sit in parcels of land that are 2 acres at minimum, ranging upwards of 5-6 acres, and even higher, if necessary.  The community only allows for single-family builds, with no mobile homes or townhouses permitted—but homeowners are allowed to build stables, garages, and workshops, so long as they are reasonable for the land.  Most homes in Antelope Meadows average around $350,000 and can be customized to the buyer’s desire.

 

The Community


Buyers and builders who are looking for a real sense of privacy in a truly rural setting need not look further than Antelope Meadows.  This is a community that lands very high on the wish list for buyers who are yearning to live in a rural setting—one in which buyers can almost literally get off the grid.  While Antelope Meadows does not have a clubhouse or community center, homeowners do pay a small HOA fee to maintain the common area properties.  The added benefit for buyers who love the seclusion, but also enjoy going out on the town everyone once in a while, is the semi-close proximity to all the necessities that can be found within the city limits of Prescott Valley.

 

Nearby


Antelope Meadows is well known for its privacy and seclusion, so it is purposefully not set among the shops and restaurants of greater Prescott Valley.  Residents a required only a 15-20-minute drive to the nearest grocery store, or an even shorter ten-minute drive to a number of local restaurants, including Toi’s Thai Kitchen.  Even better, a short drive down Highway 89 will take residents right into Downtown Prescott in just 30-40 minutes!  While there, residents will find Prescott Gateway Mall, Whiskey Row, and Courthouse Square!

 

Recreation


Antelope Meadows is built for outdoor recreation, in that it gives homeowners the space they need to fulfill all their outdoor pleasures.  Residents are welcomed to build stables for their beloved horses, garages for their beloved RVs, or sheds for their beloved off-road gear!  Most everyone who moves to Antelope Meadows does so because of the privacy it offers, but that doesn’t mean they forget about Arizona’s most popular outdoor activity—golf!  Homeowners love being in a rural area, but close enough to Dewey-Humboldt to take advantage of their affordable courses.  Antelope Meadows is also fairly close to Quailwood Greens and Antelope Hills as well!