Hassayampa is one of the most beautiful and popular places to live in Prescott. This spectacular community stands alone in an exquisite mountain setting, magnificent views, dramatic elevation changes, towering pine trees and massive boulder outcroppings. You can have all of this beauty just 5 minutes from the historic Prescott Downtown Courthouse Square. Residents enjoy miles of hiking trails which meander through Hassayampa and into the surrounding Prescott National Forest. There are still many custom building lots to choose from in this prestigious community, offering views, convenient location, and access to the Capital Canyon Club golf course.
Eagle Ridge is a popular subdivision located off Rosser Road and Highway 89, just a few minutes northeast of historic downtown Prescott. The community does not have a homeowners association and is home to approximately 280 single, two-story, and three-story homes. You will love the rolling hills of Eagle Ridge. This popular neighborhood is located near the Cliff Rose subdivision and is just a couple of minutes from the Prescott Adult Center, Bob Stump’s Veterans Hospital, and the Prescott Gateway Mall.
Copper Canyon is an upscale community just minutes from the quaint shops and restaurants of historic downtown Prescott. This prestigious community is tucked away in the tall pines and granite boulders of Prescott, Arizona. There are only 102 lots in this custom subdivision, with 22 lots still available to build. The gentle rolling terrain, the panoramic views, no HOA, and the tall Ponderosa pines combine to make this a great place to call home.
Cleaver Kitchen Hacks
You probably don’t need a scientific study to tell you that the kitchen is one of the most used spaces in a family home. It serves as a hub for food, a communal space for gathering, and often a message center for family traffic. Some consider it the “brain” of the home. While giant master bedrooms might sound nice, a kitchen with abundant space can be surprisingly satisfying!
Unfortunately, many homes have kitchens which are small or overrun by clutter. The mess can be a major barrier to enjoying the space, and without some systems in place to keep it organized, the kitchen can be rendered almost useless for many of the enjoyable aspects of cooking and entertaining. So, what’s the solution? Does opening up your kitchen require a total renovation? Not necessarily. Below are six clever kitchen hacks to open up your usable space.
Hack #1: Hang it high. Long-handled pots, pans, and other utensils can be easily accessed with an appropriately-installed ceiling rack. Use your longest-handled pan as a guide and install a rack high enough above your head.
Hack #2: Play all the angles. Corners are often wasted space, consumed by knife blocks that are mostly wood beasts. You might install corner shelving, or even place a magnetic knife strip near a convenient corner.
Hack #3: Shelve it for later. Counters and cabinets don’t have to do all of the storage work. Nesting shelving in windows or even on surrounding back splashes and walls can be a great solution.
Hack #4: Save the sink space. Seldom are you using the sink while you’re prepping veggies, so why not get a large cutting board and lay it across the surface? This way, you turn a sink into a temporary counter.
Hack #5: See the studs. Open up a wall or two in your kitchen to access the recessed space between studs. Subdividing this space with shelves or hanging hooks can be a space saver. Properly finished, it doesn’t have to look like an eyesore!
Hack #6: Jar it up! Take a mason jar lit and screw it to the underside of an existing shelf or overhang. Now, put items in the mason jar and screw the jar into the lid. Bingo! New hanging storage.
Of course, if no amount of clever hacks will open up your kitchen, it may be time to upgrade. I can put together a list of local homes with killer kitchens for you. Just get in touch! Contact John Gorden or give him a call at 928-308-0101 for more information. John is your partner in the home buying and selling process. He is a specialist in identifying which area of town and what community best suits your budget and lifestyle.
The Royal Oaks subdivision in Prescott, Arizona is in the Williamson Valley corridor, just a few miles north of downtown Prescott. Homes in this popular subdivision offers forever views and access to endless riding and hiking trails. The wide variety of home styles range in size from 1500 to 4000 square feet and sit on large .8 to 3.5 acre lots. Royal Oaks offers horse properties and elbow room. Royal Oaks, Prescott AZ, offers the lifestyle you are looking for with prices you can afford.