Granite View Ranch
Yavapai County, Arizona


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Location, Access & Maps


Granite View Ranch is just 25 miles from the vibrant courthouse square in downtown Prescott.  Access to GVR off of Williamson Valley Road is by taking Puntenney Road to the gated entrance for the Long Meadow Ranch subdivision.  Long Meadow Ranch subdivision roads are gravel and maintained by the POA up to Granite View Ranch’s own private gate.

Granite View Ranch consists of seven lots in Long Meadow Ranch Unit 4 totaling 253.76 acres.

Physical Characteristics
Sitting at an elevation of 4,800’ to 4,900’ Granite View Ranch has a beautiful mix of vegetation with a few areas of open grassland in the draws, riparian along Mint Wash and pinyon/juniper trees predominantly throughout.  The property has gently rolling topography and generally the riparian corridor of Mint Wash is the north/northeast and eastern boundary. 

Water & Utilities
The property has buried electricity available to each lot.  Water and sewer will be by private wells and septic tanks.  The property is outside of the Prescott AMA and in areas along Mint Wash water flows on the surface.  The CC&Rs limit water use to residential and light agricultural with no more than one well, one 20,000 s.f. 5’ deep pond and two acres irrigated per any original parcel.  GVR’s seven lots could potentially have seven wells, seven ponds and irrigate up to 14 acres.

GVR’s 2017 total property tax bill and POA assessment was $13,756, see details below:





2017 Taxes




12355 N Spurcross Rd

Lot 113 LMR U4





7200 W Meadowlark Rd

Lot 116 LMR U4





12250 N Spurcross Rd

Lot 108 LMR U4





7475 W Meadowlark Rd

Lot 115 LMR U4





7275 W Meadowlark Rd

Lot 118 LMR U4





12655 N Spurcross Rd

Lot 112 LMR U4





7075 W Meadowlark Rd

Lot 117 LMR U4






The property is zoned by Yavapai County R1L-10A, a 10-acre minimum parcel size.  It is part of the Long Meadow Ranch East Property Owners Association, Inc. (Long Meadow Ranch Unit 4).  There are tasteful CC&Rs that limit residences to being site built only with a minimum interior floor space of 2,000 s.f. and not higher than 25’, private garages and guest homes are allowed.  Set backs are 100’ to any boundary or 50’ from the Mint Wash flood plain.  All improvements must be approved by the Architectural Control Committee. Lot splits of the original parcels are limited to three splits of not less than 10 acres each.  Personal use of livestock (excluding swine and chickens) and domestic animals are allowed but must be fenced and no more than 12 horses are allowed per each original parcel.  GVR’s seven lots could potentially be split into 21 parcels and house 84 horses.  The POA maintains the private subdivision roads to the locked gate of GVR.

Granite View Ranch sits in one of northern Arizona’s most exclusive ranch areas northwest of Prescott.  Sitting tucked back in a private corner with a 2,400’ National Forest boundary and the beautiful riparian corridor of Mint Wash, Granite View Ranch arguably has one of the most private and scenic locations in the Long Meadow Ranch subdivision.  Whether you’d want to keep the ranch’s 253.76 acres intact or split it into smaller parcels, there are multiple building sites with remarkable views of Granite Mountain.  This is an opportunity to acquire a sizable property in an exclusive area that would offer many options for a new owner.

$1,500,000, cash or terms acceptable to the owner.

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Offered for sale exclusively by:
Paul Groseta
Headquarters West, Ltd.
51 Verde Heights Drive, Suite A
P.O. Box 1840
Cottonwood, Arizona 86326
Phone: (928) 634-8110; Fax (928) 634-2113; Mobile: (928) 853-8369

Disclaimer: This information was obtained from sources deemed to be reliable but is not guaranteed by the Broker. Prospective buyers should check all the facts to their satisfaction. The property is subject to prior sale, price change, or withdrawal.