Crossroads Ranch II $$-$$$$|
John Henline -
CROSSROADS RANCH II
Crossroads Ranch is located approximately 20 miles north of Prescott, Arizona along Williamson Valley Road.
This is a 5,000 acre Horse Community of rolling hills that are covered with pinyon and juniper vegetation, where
antelope, javelina, and bobcats still roam free. There are over 160 lots that vary in size from 4 acres to over 100
acres. This is a very rural community that could be described as still being part of the "Wild West". Association
fees are based on the number of acres that you own.
The below explanation was in the community web site covering frequently ask questions: "This development is located
in an open range area or area in which livestock may roam and feed at will under the laws of the state of AZ. If
you don't want the livestock grazing on your property, you are obligated to fence them out with a lawful
constructed fence (see ARS 3-1426) which has received Architectural Control Committee (ACC) approval. Since the
cattle are free to roam the area, you may also see them on the roadways. If you hit a cow while driving, you will
be held responsible to purchase that animal. If this situation arises, please contact the Association Administrator
at 928-899-1524 for direction on contacting the cattle owners."
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