Crossroads Ranch Real Estate
Discover the Modern Wild West
Attention equestrians, cowboys, hikers and bikers! Attention farmers, gardeners, outdoors man and outdoors women! Come discover the incredible natural beauty swept across 5,000 acres at Crossroads Ranch Equestrian Community. Residing just 20 miles north of Prescott, and near the Prescott National Forest, this unblemished community is like stepping right back in to the “Wild West.” It is “Home on the Range” in real life—where deer and antelope play, and elk roam freely among the pinon and juniper trees. Crossroads Ranch is a real-life dream, offering an array of lot sizes ranging from 4 acres to 100 acres. If you are looking to live an equestrian (and truly western) lifestyle, there is no better place. The expansive lot sizes allow for horse stables, and the endless riding trails allow residents to explore the natural beauty of Arizona’s Big Black Mesa and Juniper Mountains.
Modern ranches and custom estates sit on 160 lots, ranging from four to one-hundred acres, at Crossroads Ranch. Massive, empty lots are awaiting their transformation into an equestrian’s dream—with space available for a dreamy, custom home, and even an on-site stable or two. The homes in Crossroads Ranch have extensive acreage and outdoor space that showcases pastures, fields, and equestrian facilities and trails—making it the ideal location for any equestrian.
Residents will find a perfect mix of laid-back country living and modern amenities in the prestigious neighborhood of Crossroads Ranch. The equestrian community boasts underground utilities—allowing for incredible views of Granite Mountain, Mingus Mountain, and in the distance, San Francisco Peaks. Tranquil trails and ultimate serenity await, at Crossroads Ranch Equestrian Community.
Crossroads Ranch is a bit off the beaten path of centralized Prescott, AZ. It was designed for equestrians and lovers of the outdoors—who love the idea of walking out of their own back door and ending up embedded in the gorgeous natural beauty of northwest Arizona. Residents love its remoteness—especially being just 5 miles from Talking Rock Golf Club—but appreciate the only 20-mile drive to the modern amenities of Downtown Prescott.
Shopping and Dining
Residents of Crossroads Ranch are seeking a lifestyle away from the hustle and bustle of a big city, so there are not any major retailers or restaurants in a close proximity—but the drive into the bigger towns of Chino Valley and Prescott is fairly short and super easy. While Chino Valley is a bit closer, the town itself is much smaller than Prescott, and doesn’t offer the plethora of stores, restaurants, and other businesses one would find in the bigger city.