The tranquil little hamlet of Cornville, Arizona perches along Cornville Road, and consists mainly of a US Post Office, a couple of gas stations, a few stores, a new wine-tasting center, several very good restaurants, a bakery, Cornville Mercantile & Feed Store, two schools, a Veterinarian and a charming small park (Windmill Park) that borders Oak Creek. As far as the Sedona-Verde Valley Multiple Listing Service is concerned, the Cornville area includes several other small communities nearby, including Casey's Corner and Page Springs, all located in unincorporated Yavapai County in north central Arizona.
Page Springs is a burgeoning wine producing region, along with some vineyards that have started to spring up in other areas of the Verde Valley. Learn more about by following the Verde Valley Wine Trail.
The Oak Creek greenbelt area includes Page Springs, the Fish Hatchery, vineyards, and several increasingly well-known wineries. It offers both lush green irrigated properties fronting either Oak Creek or the Verde River and homes high on bluffs or hilltops with sweeping views of the Mingus Mountains or distant panoramas of the Red Rocks of Sedona. The National Audubon Society has named Lower Oak Creek as an Important Bird Area, which means it has been deemed to be an important habitat for the conservation of endangered or vulnerable bird species.
Cornville is mostly rural in character, however it is also home to the largest master-planned community in the Verde Valley: Verde Santa Fe. This community has the amenities you would expect, including an 18 hole Golf Course and two clubhouses with pools and spas to serve the seven distinct neighborhoods that make it up. It includes the area's only site-built 55+ Active Adult communities, as well as all-ages neighborhoods.
It is still possible to buy beautiful land in Cornville or Page Springs to build your dream home for in the neighborhood of $50,000 - $150,000 per acre, and it is also possible to find larger parcels which is very difficult in nearby Sedona!
Hiking trails are many and varied in the Cornville and Page Springs areas, due to the large tracts of land belonging to the State of Arizona and Coconino National Forest. Horseback riding and mountain biking are great pasttimes here, and some areas are open to all-terrain vehicles.
You can find existing homes available that range from modest cabins to elegant waterfront estates and horse properties, some newer and some historic. This area was initially settled by the Sinagua Indians, who disappeared some 800 years ago, and there are still Yavapai Apache reservation lands nearby in Camp Verde. Next to come were Spanish explorers, followed by white settlers in the 1800's. Page Springs Road was named as a Scenic and Historic road in October of 2009-the first to receive this distinction in Yavapai County.
The market statistics reports and local resources on this page are offered as a way for you to get a feel for what it's like to live in the Cornville and Page Springs area, as well as to understand the wide array of properties and their values. We invite you to make use of them, and to contact us when you are ready to learn more or to schedule a personal tour.