If you’re looking for the Cattle Ranch lifestyle here in Prescott, Arizona, then Las Vegas Ranch is the choice for you. Las Vegas Ranch has been a working cattle ranch for over a century. Twenty-five miles north of Prescott, this community provides great access to modern living with the ability to live away from it all.
In Las Vegas Ranch you’ll live among the wildlife, everything from turkey, deer, elk, and bear. Most people know “Las Vegas” as that gambling town up north, but the term actually means “the meadows” in Spanish. That accurately describes Las Vegas Ranch with its rolling hills and meadows, perfect for raising cattle.
Back when this area was first settled, most settlers were cattlemen. Las Vegas ranch was established by one of these cattle ranchers, William J. Simmons. In 1864, he set down there. Later, John A. Thompson bought the land and named the ranch, Las Vegas.
To date, Las Vegas Ranch is recognized in the cattle industry and regularly receives awards for land management. (source).
When you build in Las Vegas Ranch, your home will reside in Las Vegas Estates, an area of over 4,900 acres in the northwest part of the ranch. Las Vegas Ranch Estates is a gated community with minimum lot sizes of 10 acres. Some of the same land management principles are used here, such as “respect for the land and a commitment to do things right, for the long haul.”
Residents in Las Vegas Ranch have the following nearby, just minutes away:
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