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Coyote Springs - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Coyote Springs: $1,999,900 / County Avg $729,800

137%

Avg Taxes in Coyote Springs: $6,300 / County Avg $46,100

7%

Avg Sq. Ft. in Coyote Springs: 9,532 / County Avg 2,571

185%

Avg Price per/ft2 in Coyote Springs: $210 / County Avg $284

74%

Avg Year Built in Coyote Springs: 1989 / County Avg 1997

50%

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Quiet and Contemporary


Tucked away in the north-east side of Prescott Valley, in rural Yavapai County, is Coyote Springs—a popular choice for prospective home-buyers that love a rural setting and the freedom to build according to their needs on their own land—buyers who love the outdoors and all the toys that go along with enjoying them!  Homeowners in Coyote Springs enjoy parcels of land that are a minimum of 10-acres and full of room to roam.

 

The Homes


Coyote Springs is diverse, in terms of what residents are allowed to build—more so than most neighborhood like it.  This rural community allows for many types of builds, including mobile and manufactured homes, hay-bale homes, and expansive custom ranches.  Residents are even welcome to build extra structures on their properties, like RV garages, sheds to house off-road vehicles, and even stables for horses!  Homeowners revel in the Arizona sun that shines 300 days a year, and it shows—more Coyote Springs residents have gone solar than ever before.  Buying a home in Coyote Springs gives residents the opportunity to truly get off the grid.  Homes tend around $170,000 and range vastly in square footage.

 

The Community


The community of Coyote Springs itself is not gated, but property owners are more than welcomed to fence in their land—and even include a gate if they see fit.  Coyote Springs is very popular among potential buyers who are looking for a lot of land.  This horse-friendly community welcomes equestrians and all necessities they need to turn their homestead into a full ranch.  The neighborhood is the very last before Prescott Valley cuts off as the road continues on up the hill to Jerome.  Coyote Springs is expansive, with plenty of room for kids to roam around in—but it’s helpful to know there are nearby parks as well.  Just a short jaunt to Antelope Park will bring residents to community parks, baseball and soccer fields, and even a playground and running track.

 

Nearby


Like Antelope Meadows, Coyote Springs prides itself on its seclusion and privacy, so there are no retail spaces or commercial building in or around the community—but with just a short 20-mile drive, residents will find themselves right in the center of Downtown Prescott.  Coyote Springs is just off Highway 89A, which is a beautiful drive within itself—taking it in the opposite direction, residents will find a curvy and windy road up Mingus Mountain, toward Jerome, back down to Cottonwood, and onward to the spiritual mecca of Sedona.  The drive from Prescott to Sedona is one of the most popular stretches of land for roadsters, and in Coyote Springs its right in your backyard!

 

Recreation


Coyote Springs is an ideal location for any outdoor or equestrian enthusiast, as it is a community that not only allows, but encourages residents to build a dream upon the property they own. Homeowners who choose Coyote Springs tend to be the types that love to get into the great outdoors, be it on bike, ATV, or horseback—and they need the toys and structures to fulfill this love.  Coyote Springs residents get the best of both worlds, getting to live outside the bounds of commercial living, but within driving distance of all the things they might need or want—including golf!  Just 10-miles away is Quailwood Greens—a perfect course on which to hit the links before a relaxing evening in the remoteness of your own backyard.