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Kingman Real Estate

The town of Kingman sits in the foothills of the Hualapai Mountains of northern Arizona, where the wide open desert land, with its cactus forests and rich history, gives way to the cool, pine covered heights. This creates an exceptional climate and clear air. At night, stars spatter the canopy of sky and temperatures cool.  Just to the south of Kingman is Hualapai Mountain Park, 2300 acres of forests extending to an elevation of over 8000 feet. This Mohave County Park offers 10 miles of spectacular hiking trails, excellent camping, and accommodations in cozy, rustic cabins that dot the mountainside. An hour away, Lake Mead offers nearly limitless options for water sports enthusiasts in the bright Arizona sun. Kingman real estate combines these attractive surroundings with quality and affordability.

The town of Kingman has all the conveniences and a population of around 30,000. It is the county seat of Mohave county and adjacent to Interstate 40 and the historic Route 66. A strong economy is based on tourism and industry.  This part of the state is a favorite Arizona vacation spot, with more than 1000 miles of freshwater shoreline in Mohave County.  The Grand Canyon is an easy day trip from Kingman, and it’s less than 2 hours to the excitement of Las Vegas. Kingman real estate is very popular with retirees as well as busy families who are looking for a less-hectic lifestyle in a scenic setting, and Arizona home builders are stepping up their game to supply the high-quality homes these buyers expect.

Real Estate in Kingman

Excellent schools, first-rate medical facilities, and a friendly, active community make Kingman a natural choice for the classic Southwest lifestyle. Take a closer look at Kingman real estate, and contact Fripps Homes for information on the wide variety of affordable construction options available. We look forward to hearing from you and to helping you explore all of your new homes options here in Arizona. Connect today!

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