Nothing speaks more to the adventurous spirit of the 20th century in America than Route 66.  Millions of people used this legendary highway to make their way across the country in its heyday.  And even though this highway was overtaken by more modern freeways, its legend endures, especially in the Williams Arizona.  Williams is a city that respects history and works to preserve it.  It was the last city in America to be bypassed by Interstate 40.  And it’s the only place where you’ll find the old Route 66 still preserved.  And the Grand Canyon Railway is also a reminder of William’s fascinating past.

Williams is the quintessential Southwestern city.  You’ll find all manner of stores that sell Western outfitting and leather goods, décor, and specialty food.  And the dining reflects the spirit of Route 66 and the Old West as well.

But what really makes Williams an outstanding place to buy a home is it’s proximity to the Grand Canyon and other natural attractions. In just under an hour, you can be exploring one of the 7 natural wonders of the world. It’s a mecca for explorers, artists, and photographers. And when you’re done exploring the canyon, you can take in the other attractions like the Route 66 Zipline and Kaibab National Forest.

There’s a lot of reasons why people love living in Williams. Visit the Williams Real Estate & Community Information page for more fun facts about this great little city that full of fun and history. 

Here are some outstanding homes for sale in Williams now!