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Sundance at Buckeye, Buckeye, Arizona

Outside of Phoenix, 55+ Sundance has Southwestern-style single family homes and an 18 hole golf course.

Mountainbrook Village, Gold Canyon, Arizona 

Southwestern-Style Architecture and Plenty of Amenities

Trilogy at Vistancia, Peoria, Arizona

Outside of Phoenix in southern Arizona, Peoria is the setting for Trilogy at Vistancia, a 55+ enclave within a larger, all ages development. Homes are single level, and amenities include a golf course, clubhouses and a center for higher learning.

Mona Lisa Village, Tucson, Arizona

Southern Arizona is the location of Mona Lisa Village, a quiet, small 55+ town home community with adobe buildings, a clubhouse and a swimming pool.

Casas del Oro Norte, Tucson, Arizona

Tucson is in southern Arizona and is the the site of Casas del Oro Norte, an established 55+ town home community with golf course views, a heated swimming pool, planned events and more.

Copper Crest, Tucson, Arizona

In southern Arizona, Tucson is the site of Copper Crest, a casual 55+ manufactured home community with a clubhouse, activities and a mountain backdrop.

Dolce Vida, Apache Junction, Arizona

Apache Junction is outside of Phoenix in southern Arizona and is the setting for Dolce Vida, a 55+ manufactured home community with homes that look site built. Amenities include a Mediterranean-style clubhouse, a outdoor ocean-entry swimming pool and a putting green. Small pets are welcome.

Ironwood Village, Casa Grande, Arizona

Casa Grande is in southern Arizona and is the location of Ironwood Village, a gated 55+ patio home community with interesting architecture, a clubhouse, a spa, a croquet lawns and more.

Power Ranch, Gilbert, Arizona

Large All Ages Community of Power Ranch Outside of Phoenix, Arizona Has a 55+ Neighborhood, a Variety of Home Styles, Clubhouses, Fishing Lakes, a Golf Course and More

Westwind RV and Golf Resort, Yuma, Arizona

In southern Arizona, Westwind Resort is a resort-style 55+ community with a large swimming pool, 9 holes of golf and attractive park models for sale and lease.

Vista View Resort, Sierra Vista, Arizona

Sierra Vista is in southwestern Arizona and is the location of Vista View Resort, a 55+ community with single level, adobe-style homes, a miniature golf course, RV parking, a swimming pool, walking trails, an activities director and more.

Westbrook Village, Peoria, Arizona

Outside of Phoenix in southern Arizona, Peoria si the site of Westbrook Village, a large, established 40+ community with Mediterranean-style casitas, condos and single family homes. Homeowners enjoy recreation centers, golf courses, movie nights, ice cream socials and much more.

 

State of Arizona

The 48th state to join the United States of America, Arizona, gained its statehood on February 14, 1912. Arizona is found on the southwestern region of the United States, and it borders New Mexico to the east, Utah to the north, Nevada and California to the west and Mexico to the south. The Cactus Wren is the state's bird, and the flower is Saguaro Blossom. The state's capital and the largest city is Phoenix.

Arizona is home to the Grand Canyon, which is one of the nation's oldest national parks. Arizona is also where you will find the Hoover Dam, and part of the Colorado River. Arizona takes up about 113,000 square feet of space ranking it the 6th largest state in America. However, only a small portion, about 15% of the land is privately owned. The rest of Arizona belongs to national parks, and Native-American reservations.

Arizona also has the 16th largest population consisting of about 6.4 million people. A little more than half of Arizonians are white, and about 30% Hispanic. Also, Arizona is home to the largest concentration of Native-Americans. However, the majority of Arizonians are Christian, and of the Christians, Catholics are most popular making up about 28% of Arizona's population.

Consisting mainly of desert, the climate in Arizona varies from hot to cold but usually consists of mild winters and hot summers.

Interestingly, the majority of Arizona - everywhere except in Navajo Nation - does not observe daylight savings time.

 


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