is a Prescott subdivision located northeast of downtown and west of Highway 89 with views of Granite Mountain, the Dells and Watson Lake. Cliff Rose was started in the 70’s and has grown steadily to about 400 homes. It is one of the most desired housing communities in the area with amenities like underground utilities and sidewalks.
Cliff Rose is managed by a volunteer Board of Directors. Some HOA functions are overseen by HOAMCO, a fee-based professional HOA management company. These functions include escrow processing, rules enforcement, and treasury. We maintain a resident-only parking facility for RVs at very reasonable rates. The HOA dues are $84 annually. The only maintenance requirements of the HOA include the RV lot, common area landscaping, and some drainage ditches. The streets are maintained by the City of Prescott.
Cliff Rose is named for the native shrub, cliff rose, which still grows in many of the common areas.Homes in the subdivision range in price from the low to mid $200’s to the high $400s. An active HOA and CCRs keep the quality of the neighborhood and homes to a high standard.
Cliff Rose is very close to all Prescott shopping centers including WalMart, Prescott Gateway Mall, and the downtown Plaza with famous "Whiskey Row". Great restaurants in both Prescott and Prescott Valley offer a variety of cuisine and the Entertainment District in Prescott Valley has the Harkins Theatres and other entertainment options. Explore this site further and see all that Cliff Rose has to offer.
: Nestled comfortably and strategically in the rolling Arizona Mountains, just around 2 hours north of Phoenix, is the historic town of Prescott AZ. Prescott
used to be the Territorial Capitol of Arizona. Our hometown has managed to nurture and preserve its historical roots, and thanks to its mile-high elevation, Prescott remains cool during the summer season as compared to Arizona’s desert region.
The town of Prescott is an epitome of what an American storybook hometown should look, and is also the best-preserved town in Arizona with over 500 buildings on National Register of Historic Buildings. In fact, the Palace Saloon located on Whiskey Row claims that it used to serve Wyatt Earp and Doc Holiday.
The historic and charming town of Prescott is a beauty to behold. During the months of summer, along Main Street, sunlight filters through the lush trees and on the grounds of the log cabin mansion and an office of the first Territorial governor which are part of the 3 and a half acre of the compound of Sharlot Hall Museum. The city historic buildings, museums, and homes give you feeling and opportunity to travel back in time.