Lonesome Valley Real Estate


Private Equestrian Community with Amenities

This unique equestrian community is located just outside of Prescott Valley, but comes with all the amenities of living in town.  Popular due to its massive lot sizes, Lonesome Valley has become a highly sought-after neighborhood for equestrians because homeowners are allotted the space they need to stable their horses.  The awe-inspiring views surrounding the community only adds to the list of perks.  It’s a place in which riders can hop on horseback and explore the diverse Arizona terrain, basically in their own backyard.  Come see how to live the Lonesome Valley lifestyle for yourself!


The Homes

Lonesome Valley is an equestrian community, so the beautiful contemporary, ranch-style homes sit upon massive lots—ranging from 2-10+ acres.  Many buyers choose to custom build their homes, with designer finishes that make even the most stylish homeowners blush with delight.  The subdivision if fairly new, so the houses are as well—most ranging from 1,800 to 3,000 square feet.  Many buyers opt to purchase an empty lot on which to build their dream home.  The custom features they are able to choose from are nearly infinite—from granite counter-tops, to massive basin sinks, to soaking tubs and large fireplaces, and even beautiful stonework throughout an open floor plan!


The Community

The community of Lonesome Valley sits just outside of Prescott Valley, but it benefits from all the amenities the town provides.  The neighborhood is just off of Coyote Springs Road and Highway 89—so it provides easy access to the surrounding communities and towns.  Lonesome Valley is well known as an equestrian community—offering lots large enough to erect stables and house some horse friends!  Lot size can go all the way up to over ten acres, so roaming the open planes on horseback is as simple as saddling up!



Lonesome Valley is ideal for so many reasons—but the perfect location and surroundings are surely at the top of the list.  A simple 12-mile drive will bring residents rights into the center of Prescott Valley, where they will find unique shops and restaurants with deep local roots.  For the residents who don’t want to travel too far, Lonesome Valley Brewing is just adjacent to the community.  This eclectic neighborhood pub offers fresh and unique foods and one-of-a-kind brews created by local brewers!  It’s one of Prescott Valley’s hottest spots for wining, dining, and entertainment, and it’s right in Lonesome Valley’s backyard!



Lonesome Valley sits with Granite Mountain ascending in the nearby southwest, with Granite Dells helping to encapsulate the neighborhood, and the ridge of the Black Hills bordering to the east—thus, outdoor mountain activities are aplenty!  Lonesome Valley is set within this secluded valley that emphasizes an equestrian lifestyle, so getting out to enjoy some outdoor recreation is as simple as saddling up and hopping over to one of many trails that wind into the surrounding mountains.  See for yourself what all the fuss is about by asking one of agents to see Lonesome Valley today.


Lonesome Valley - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Lonesome Valley: $850,000 / County Avg $901,900


Avg Taxes in Lonesome Valley: $3,000 / County Avg $2,200


Avg Sq. Ft. in Lonesome Valley: 2,452 / County Avg 2,392


Avg Price per/sqft in Lonesome Valley:$347 / County Avg $377


Avg Year Built in Lonesome Valley: 2020 / County Avg 1997


Avg Days on Website in Lonesome Valley: 2 / County Avg 87


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