Prescott's Whispering Canyon Community Nears Close-out on Phase 3 and 4

Sales surged in 2019 for spacious custom lots and new homes, leaving only 30 remaining available lots in the highly desirable Prescott master-planned community.

PRESCOTT, Ariz. - Jan. 20, 2020 - PRLog -- Whispering Canyon, a master-planned community nestled in the high-desert of Prescott, Arizona adjacent to Granite Mountain and surrounded by Prescott National Forest, is nearing close-out of its two open phases. Currently available phases of the community experienced an unprecedented swell of home and ready-to-build lot sales in 2019. The luxury lifestyle community, located at Whispering Canyon Drive and Williamson Valley Road, has only 30 remaining lots available between its non-gated phase three and its gated phase four.

Newly constructed homes are available in four floorplan options, ranging in size from 2,100 square-feet with two bedrooms and a den to 2,550 square-feet with three bedrooms, an office and 2.5 baths. Each new home in Prescott's Whispering Canyon community includes an attached finished three-car garage. Currently, a two-story 2,800+ square-foot model is available for sale. Prices range from the low $500,000's to the $700,000's. There are a limited number of "move-in ready" new homes available. Spacious custom lots are available throughout the community for buyers looking to have their dream custom home built. Each lot was positioned to offer privacy and unequaled views while providing a sense of community and a sense of immersion into the natural surroundings.

The community is expected to be sold out of its inventory by early summer 2020.

"New home and lot sales have been very active in 2019 at Whispering Canyon, exponentially exceeding previous year's sales and bringing us to the point of near sell-out for the two currently available phases," said Cole Johnson, developer of Whispering Canyon. "People are relocating from areas like California, Washington, Texas and Canada as well as elsewhere in Arizona because they appreciate the value, amount of land, and size of home they can get for their dollar here in Prescott. It's ideal for retirees as well as for families looking for a second home or wanting to move to a smaller community where their dollar goes much further – it's a great way to downsize on your mortgage and home costs while simultaneously increasing your acreage with all of the benefits of a new home. Our buyers are recognizing the value and quality experience they get here."

Recognized for craftsmanship, quality materials and state-of-the-art technology, new homes in Whispering Canyon offer numerous features, from the paver drive & architectural stone exterior to the outdoor living patios with amazing mountain views. Each semi-custom home floorplan has a spacious great room with formal dining, designed to capture natural light and views and showcases the 10' ceilings as well as designer tile flooring, carpet, and interior colors for buyer selection. The great room has access to a covered patio and kitchens feature stainless appliances, buyer select cabinetry, granite counter island, pantry, and breakfast bar or nook. The master bedroom provides a welcome retreat with luxury en-suite walk in shower, double vanity, and walk-in closet. Flexible floorplans include second master suite, guest bedrooms, office and full bath plus additional powder room options.

Whispering Canyon's exterior combinations of stucco, stone, timber and tile roof tops create an eclectic mix of styles including Tuscan, Spanish, Ranch, Territorial and Craftsman-Bungalow. Buyers can customize the home's exterior and interior to reflect your tastes and lifestyle.

Whispering Canyon is open daily. Call 928-710-0148 to schedule an appointment. Visit for more information.

Patty Johnson

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