Ellen Radavich, REALTOR ®
Ellen Radavich has called Prescott home since 1999. Her expertise in home construction and land development is a natural complement for her duties as a realtor. In addition, Ellen is a certified Civil Engineer and uses that knowledge and experience to make the best decisions for her clients. Ellen has been a real estate professional for over 5 years.
Prescott, located in Yavapai County, is a breathtaking town filled with beauty and history. Prescott is equal distance from Phoenix and Flagstaff, approximately 95 miles south of Flagstaff and 95 miles north of Phoenix.
The beauty of the mountains, lakes, biking/horse/hiking trails, and pines combine to make Prescott, Arizona one of a kind beauty. Prescott is home to Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, Yavapai College and Prescott College. The community has been referred to as “Everybody’s Hometown” due to the fact that it is a fabulous place to retire as well as raise a family and call “Home”.
Prescott is currently Yavapai’s county seat. In 1864, Prescott was previously Arizona’s State capital. You will see this deep history in The Courthouse Square and numerous Victorian style homes in town. In fact, 809 buildings in Prescott are in the Register of Historic Places.
Prescott is located in the Bradshaw Mountains of central Arizona, at an altitude of 5,400 feet. The average high temperature in the winter in Prescott is around 52 degrees and averages 89 in the summer.
There are around 40,000 people in Prescott, but the surrounding “Quad-City” area of Dewey-Humboldt, Chino Valley, and Prescott Valley and the smaller towns of Mayer, Paulden, and Wilhoit, comprise around 103,000 people.