1570 E. Earl Drive, Casa Grande, Arizona 85222
Comfortable Ironwood Village in Southern Arizona is a Gated 55+ Duplex Community with a Clubhouse, a Spa, a Swimming Pool, a Croquet Lawn and More
Situated roughly half way between Phoenix and Tucson in the growing desert city of Casa Grande, Ironwood Village is a gated 55+ patio home development by Keystone Homes. With just 264 properties, neighbors know each other and enjoy a sense of community.
All residences are duplexes and feature Mediterranean architecture, with stucco exteriors, red tile roofs and a front bay window. There are four floor plans, ranging from about 1,287 square feet to 1,760 square feet with two bedrooms and two baths. All plans are spacious and airy, letting in an abundance of Arizona sunshine. Every home has an attached garage.
Prices start in the mid-$200,000s. The HOA fee is $202 per month. Please verify this with a Realtor as prices are bound to change.
The HOA fee includes access to the cornerstone of the community, the inviting, 9,200 sq. ft. clubhouse that features a state-of-the-art fitness center, a weight room, an arts and crafts room, a multi-purpose room, an outdoor fireplace, a library with computers, a resort-style heated pool, a billiards room, a spa and a fully equipped kitchen. There are also areas for lawn croquet, horseshoes and Bocci ball.
Street maintenance and front and back yard Xeriscape landscaping are standard. And even though this is the desert, Ironwood Village's common areas boast trees, desert vegetation and green grass. The community employs an onsite activities director to ensure that residents always have something fun to do.
That something to do can be anything from enjoying a day of golf on one of several nearby courses to shopping with friends at the Promenade at Casa Grande, an open-air market in town. Casa Grande also has two senior centers, two museums, a library, a bowling center, a fitness and racquet club, one pool, 18 parks and a low cost of living. In Phoenix, just 30 miles away, professional sports teams, a botanic garden, a zoo and excellent dining and shopping venues await.
Casa Grande Regional is accredited by DNV Healthcare, Inc., a relatively new accreditation organization.
Summer temperatures reach 110 degrees, and winter temperatures are in the 40s, 50s and 60s. On average, the area receives eight inches of rain each year.
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On February 14, 1912, Arizona became the 48th state to join the Union. In the southwestern region of the United States, 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 Saguaro Blossom is the state flower. The capital and largest city is Phoenix.
Arizona is home to the Grand Canyon, one of the nation's oldest national parks, and the Hoover Dam. It covers 113,000 square miles, making it the nation's 6th largest state. However, only a small portion of the land, about 15%, is privately owned. The rest of Arizona belongs to national parks, state parks and Native American reservations.
Interestingly, the majority of Arizonans - everyone except those in the Navajo Nation - do not observe Daylight Savings Time.
Why Choose a 55+ Community?
Most people who choose to live in a 55+ development are looking for a sense of community with other people of similar backgrounds. Many of these developments are gated and guarded, adding to a sense of security. Often the homes are low maintenance or "lock and leave," giving owners the freedom to do things other than mow the lawn, shovel the snow or replace the roof. The biggest draw is often the amenities, ranging from lavish clubhouses to activity directors and championship golf courses, making some developments akin to country club living (or summer camp for adults). While 55+ communities are not for everyone, they continue to be a popular choice for many people.
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