Pronghorn Ranch Real Estate


Perfect Layout for Relaxed Living

Pronghorn Ranch has quickly become one of the most popular neighborhoods in the entire area—including Prescott Valley, Prescott, Chino Valley, and Cottonwood.  The amenities available in Pronghorn are unrivaled by any other community in the region—with a new clubhouse, a state-of-the-art pool, putting greens, basketball and tennis courts, and even a baseball field and volleyball sandpit—its no wonder home-buyers are so drawn to the area.  Home values in Pronghorn have grown exponentially, so ask one of our agents to show you around today!


The Homes

The homes in Pronghorn Ranch are only single-family builds, with no allowance for manufactured homes or townhouses.  This is a highly sought-after, family-friendly community with many amenities that are fitting for a growing family.  The neighborhood has built its name as a more affordable community that has services that are equal to, if not better than that of the Viewpoint community.  Most homes range in size, between 1,500 and 2,500 square feet—and tend to average around $270,000.  It’s a truly affordable community that is perfect for a growing family, a family in transition, and even retirees!


The Community

Pronghorn Ranch was built with the family in mind—boasting large yards that are perfect for tree-houses and easy access to all the surrounding parks (which happen to be some of the best in the entire area).  Residents are prideful of the large picnic areas, fully maintained bathrooms, breathtaking landscaping, and tons of room to play!  Pronghorn is popular because it caters to a family-based lifestyle—offering a clubhouse and pool that is open to children and families.  The layout of the community provides a sense of safety among residents, with roads and pathways that are perfectly tree-lined and lit.  Pronghorn Ranch is the kind of place you can take an evening stroll and feel safe and at home among your neighbors.



Homeowners in Pronghorn Ranch delight in the seclusion of and tight-knit nature of the community, but they are also happy to be so close to the necessities that life may require.  With one end of the neighborhood exiting out to Highway 69 and the other filtering out to Highway 89A, residents are never too far from life’s needs and amenities.  A short drive will take you right to Toi’s Thai Restaurant—a local Prescott favorite, and some of the best Thai food around.  The same district also holds Robert’s Market, where homeowners can take a quick trip for all their daily needs—be it running to the deli, post office, or dry cleaners—this Prescott Valley landmark is a necessity for homeowners in Pronghorn Ranch.



Pronghorn Ranch happens to be right by Pioneer Park—a popular destination for year-round activities, including the annual fireworks display on July 4th!  There are also plenty of activities and classes offered through Pronghorn Ranch to its residents.  The community plans yoga and aerobic classes, social outings, and even gatherings at the community pool!  With the constant flow of fun activities mixed with access to a number of incredible parks, Pronghorn Ranch has become an obvious location for potential home-buyers to consider calling “home.”


Pronghorn Ranch - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Pronghorn Ranch: $489,000 / County Avg $901,900


Avg Taxes in Pronghorn Ranch: $2,500 / County Avg $2,200


Avg Sq. Ft. in Pronghorn Ranch: 1,886 / County Avg 2,392


Avg Price per/sqft in Pronghorn Ranch:$259 / County Avg $377


Avg Walkscore in Pronghorn Ranch: 2 / County Avg 16


Avg Year Built in Pronghorn Ranch: 2015 / County Avg 1997


Avg Days on Website in Pronghorn Ranch: 25 / County Avg 87


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