Cornville and Page Springs Arizona
Cornville, Arizona and neighboring Page Springs, Arizona are two unincorporated communities on the banks of Oak Creek with under 5,000 inhabitants. They are quiet, rural parts of the Verde Valley. Most of the people who call these communities home work in nearby Sedona and Cottonwood or are retired.
Although, you can find small, locally owned businesses close by to support and supply your basic needs, larger retailers for the area are found in nearby Cottonwood. The residents like life this way and it's the reason they call it "a quiet place". Serving the local youth is one elementary school and a private school, the Oak Creek Ranch School. A lot of the homes here are mini-ranches, complete with horses and a few acres. The lifestyle here is definitely outdoorsy just as much of that of the Verde Valley.
The most recent and definitely largest development in Cornville would be that of Verde Santa Fe. Verde Santa Fe is a planned community built around an 18-hole golf course. The community boasts a pool, clubhouses, and an assortment of home offerings including large single family residences as well as smaller patio homes. The elevation here is 3500 feet above sea level and when living here you'll enjoy four distinct seasons which allow for flourishing vineyards and wineries throughout the area. Image by Aaron Vowels Flickr - Call for a detailed list of all PAGE SPRINGS HOMES
If you'd like to learn more about Sedona, Arizona and its surrounding areas, please check out the following:
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- Three Mortgage Tips for Your Sedona Home Purchase
- Sedona Named One of 2014's Best Small Towns
- What are Home Buyers With Families Looking For?
- Why Living in Sedona Could Improve Your Health
- Seeing Red While Staying in the Black
- Sedona Luxury Foreclosures and Short Sales