Sunland Springs Village

2233 S. Springwood Blvd., Mesa, Arizona 85209



 

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Growing 55+ Community of Sunland Springs Village in Southern Arizona Has Single Family Homes, Town Homes, Condos, a Golf Course and Plenty of Sunshine  

Located in Mesa, just outside of Phoeniz in southern Arizona, Sunland Springs Village is a 55+ community situated on 900 nicely landscaped acres. Farnsworth Companies started construction of the development in 1997, and building continues today. When finished, nearly 3,000 residences will be here.

 

 

This is a single family home, town home and condominium community. All dwellings are single story, and neighborhoods are built around the 27 hole golf course. Many residences sit along a cul de sac or a short connecting lane, ensuring quiet roads and peaceful living. Homes sit close to one another but streets are wide so the community has a feeling of spaciousness. Landscaping consists of rocks, cacti, bushes and short trees, but strips of green grass in front and in back of homes add a touch of color. Exteriors are light colored stucco with a tile roof.

Even though Sunland Springs Village is a planned development, homes do not all look alike. Some have a decorative tile front, while others have a small courtyard and crescent shaped windows. Others have a pitched roof entryway.

 

The condominiums range in size from 1,492 to 1,705 square feet and have 2 baths and 2 to 3 bedrooms. The town homes have 1,164 square feet to 1,371 square feet with 2 baths and 2 bedrooms. The single family homes have 1,187 square feet to 2,315 square feet with 2 to 2 and a half baths and 2 to 3 bedrooms. All residences have an attached, 2 car garage.

Prices begin in the mid- to high-$100,000s and reach into the $400,000s. Please check with a Realtor to veify these prices as they may change.

The golf course provides a great opportunity for a relaxing game with friends. Sunland Springs Village also has a large recreation center with a resort-style pool, a spa and a lap pool. Residents enjoy tennis courts, shuffleboard courts, volleyball courts, a ballroom and more. The pet park is a popular gathering spot for dogs and their humans, and the RV storage lets road warriors keep their vehicles safe and sound. Walking paths and sidewalks are perfect for an early morning or early evening stroll.

Sunland Springs Village also has an assisted living facility. A new wing is opening this fall.

Mesa is primarily residential but home to Arizona State University's Polytechnic Campus and Maricopa County's biggest community college. The Mesa Arts Center has a comprehensive arts education facility, a five-gallery visual arts complex, four theaters, and a museum. The Arizona Museum of Natural History and the Mesa Historical Museum are among the city's other cultural institutions. Celebrations in the city's walkable downtown include Mesa Live and Second Friday Night Out.

Forty golf courses are within a 30-minute drive, and the neighboring Tonto National Forest offers tubing and fishing along the Salt River. Hiking in the Superstition Mountains is a popular pastime.

Banner Desert Medical Center is accredited by the Joint Commission and is a primary stroke care center.

Summer temperatures are in the 90s and low-100s, and winter temperatures are in the 40s, 50s and 60s. On average, the area receives 7 inches of rain per year.

 

Visit www.sunlandsprings.com for more information.


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