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Luxury Homes for Sale in Cornville, AZ

Cornville is a growing suburban community on the edges of Oak Creek in Yavapai County, Arizona.

Legend has it that there was a mix-up at the post office back then. They wanted to name it “Coaneville” to pay homage to a pioneering family, but the good old US Postal Service misspelled it as “Cornville,” hence, the name. The area was initially inhabited by ancient Indian civilizations drawn to the rich soil and abundant wildlife. It remained almost entirely agricultural until the late 1960s when retirees and folks commuting to nearby towns started flocking in. Today, Cornville is a serene bedroom community for the neighboring Sedona and Cottonwood. You’ll find well-appointed suburban homes and spacious ranches boasting panoramic vistas of Mingus Mountain and glimpses of the iconic Red Rocks. Wineries, restaurants, and trails abound, but if you’re up for a short drive, you can explore the charming towns of Cottonwood and Jerome or bask in the enchantment of Sedona in a few minutes.

WINERIES: Cornville is at an elevation of approximately 3,500 feet and has a pleasant climate perfect for wine production. This means you can enjoy wine-tasting adventures right where you live. Cove Mesa Vineyard Winery is a family-owned gem known for its ultra-premium wines crafted from 100% Arizona grapes. Their tasting room offers fine creations and diverse charcuterie boards, including vegan and gluten-free options, impressive cheese plates, and flatbread pizzas. Appreciate a good glass now and then without traveling far.

FANTASTIC ATTRACTIONS: If you’re in the mood for art and wonder, visit Eliphante, a hand-built sculptural village spanning three acres where domes, shacks, and follies sprung to life since 1987. For a journey into history, head to Montezuma Castle for a collection of impeccably preserved dwellings carved high into sandstone cliffs. Nature lovers can marvel at the mesmerizing rock art visible from the Verde River’s waters. For family fun, drop by the Out of Africa Wildlife Park or the grassy picnic spots of Windmill Park.

EXCELLENT LOCATION: Cornville is where you can experience the tranquility of rural living with the convenience of accessing the vibrant energy of Sedona. Here, you can savor the serene ambiance of the city’s outskirts, all while just a 25-minute drive away from the excitement and cultural richness of Sedona. It’s like having a peaceful retreat and an urban playground within arm’s reach.

Market Overview

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Homes in Cornville, AZ

5 Real Estate Facts About Homes for Sale in Cornville, AZ

  • Cornville has residential lots with spectacular views, investment properties for commercial use, and rich agricultural lands suited for ranches, vineyards, and more. 
  • The mobile/manufactured houses in Cornville, AZ, offer comfortable living spaces anywhere from 1,900 to 2,300 square feet. They are often listed at $315,000 to $465,000.
  • Buyers can expect to spend $266,000 to $1.7 million for single-family homes in Cornville, Arizona. 
  • These houses provide ample living space, ranging from 1,300 to 4,000 square feet.
  • The vacant lots make way for custom builds and are often sold from $44,000 to $6.3 million for 0.23 to 83.00 acres of land.
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Cornville, AZ Map

Cornville is located on the banks of the glistening Oak Creek, just downstream from Sedona and Oak Creek Canyon. It sits below W Arizona 89a.

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Whether it’s your first home or if you’re an experienced buyer, purchasing a home is a complex process. By working with us, you’ll find a home in the neighborhood where you want to live, one that fits your budget and meets your goals for features, quality, and value. Once you’ve found the home that’s right for you, We will guide you through the process of making an offer; negotiating the terms of the sale; getting your potential purchase inspected, repaired, and appraised; and closing the sale.

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Things to Do Around Cornville, AZ

Up the Creek Bistro Wine Bar

This rustic, creekside restaurant serves New American cuisine and a notable wine selection.

Page Springs Hatchery

This is the largest hatchery in Arizona. It’s a great site for bird-watching and learning about fish. The hatchery grounds include a nature trail along Oak Creek.

Wyoming Division Historical Society

This facility is a sizable HO gauge model railroad club layout that accurately replicates the Union Pacific from Cheyenne, Wyoming, to Ogden, Utah.

Lo-Lo-Mai Springs RV & Tent Resort

A tent and RV site that can hold vehicles up to 40 feet long and trailers or fifth wheels up to 36 feet long.


Schools Near Cornville, AZ

School NameGradesAdmission
Oak Creek SchoolK - 8Public
Mountain View PreparatoryK - 8Public
Mingus Union High School9 - 12Public