CastleRock Village is nestled in the lovely growing community of Kingman, AZ. A town small enough for those looking to live away from the hustle and bustle of a big city yet big enough to fulfill anyone’s needs. From the entrepreneur to the growing family and as a favorite relocation destination for 55+ seeking active retirement.
When searching for Arizona Real Estate or Kingman AZ Real Estate, you are doing more than just browsing the internet. In the back of your mind brewing deep from the core of your imagination you have a dream. A dream that happens to be one of the most vital financial decisions one makes in his or her lifetime. A wealth of thought goes into consideration, location being number one.
Location Destination Kingman
This gem of a town in northwest Arizona is proudly situated in the heart of Historic Old Route 66. The Interstate 40 corridor runs through the middle of town with convenient access to US 93 to Phoenix or Las Vegas and State Route 68 leading to Laughlin, Nevada. Local folks will tell any newcomer or visitor, one of the best things about living in Kingman is being centrally located in the northwestern corner of the state. A short drive will take you to tour the Hoover Dam, adventure the Grand Canyon, raft the rivers, fish the many lakes or to the metropolitan city life of Phoenix, Las Vegas, Nevada, or Los Angeles, California. With scenic mountain views surrounding the homes of the sophisticated CastleRock Village, one is sure to be inspired to venture out and explore the local favorites of Kingman and it’s nearby attractions.
Kingman is the Mohave County seat, the courthouse being one of several buildings listed in the National Historic Register. This small town community serves a population of over 44,000 with a steadily growing market area always striving for job opportunities. The Kingman Airport & Industrial Park is located five miles north of I-40 along highway 66 and adjacent to the main line of the Burlington Northern and Santa Fe Rail Road. It is home to more than 70 businesses and with more than 2,100 employees.
Kingman’s elevation at 3,333 feet provides the ideal climate with four seasons. The winters are mild with an occasional dusting of snow, though it rarely remains on the ground for not much longer than a day. In the springtime, the desert is alive like an art canvas filled with breathtakingly beautiful blooms of wildflowers and cactus flowers. The higher elevation keeps summer temperatures away from the extremes experienced by Phoenix and the Colorado River Valley. On average, there are 290 sunny days a year in Kingman with an average of 10 inches of rain per year, the humidity is low and the air is clean.
When considering homes for sale in Arizona, Kingman is a dream location with it’s safe small town feel, friendly locals, exciting attractions and much much more. The luxurious lifestyle at the gated CastleRock Village is the place for you.
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