Maricopa County is no stranger to the high-end real estate market. Communities such as Scottsdale and Paradise Valley have gorgeous properties with state-of-the-art amenities, breath-taking views, and luxury features. Recently plans were announced for a new high-end neighborhood coming into the area. Here is more about the latest luxury homes coming and other developments in the West Valley:
Toll Brothers, a Fortune 500 company homebuilder, recently unveiled phase one of a 780-acre neighborhood west of Loop 303 in Surprise, Arizona. Toll Brothers is well-known throughout the country for designing the very best in luxury living. The $250 million new master plan community, Sterling Grove, will have an 18-hole golf course designed by golf legend Jack Nicklaus and a 35,000-foot clubhouse. The neighborhood will offer more than 2000 single-family homes, swimming pools, and other amenities. There are reportedly 31 designs options and both one and two-story homes. Floor plans in Sterling Grove range from 1,500 square feet to more than 4,000 square feet. According to the community website, homes are starting from the mid-$300,000s and are priced up to the mid-$600,000s. Construction is scheduled to be completed in the community in January of 2021.
When discussing the future of the West Valley, Douglas Ranch may also be an important development on the horizon. Former Phoenix Suns and Arizona Diamondbacks owner Jerry Colangelo, is reported to be moving forward with developing Douglas Ranch, an ambitious joint venture in the West Valley. North of Buckeye and west of the White Tank Mountains, Douglas Ranch, or the ‘city of the future’ project will cover 37,000 acres. The project has plans for more than 100,000 residential units and for devoting 55 million square feet to office and retail use. According to a recent report, the new community has been designed to meet the needs of the growing West Valley and will be able to house approximately 290,000 residents.
Douglas Ranch also has plans to provide 29 elementary schools, six high schools, and 7 acres of parks and open space. The property is reported to be generally confined by Jomax Road alignment on the north side, Thunderbird/Cactus Road alignments on the south, 319th to 328th avenue alignments on the east and 379th, and 355th avenue alignments on the west side. The City of Buckeye will provide sewer and water services, and Arizona Public will provide electricity.
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