Located in Glendale, Arizona. Arrowhead Ranch is a beautiful community of over 1,700 homes, with sprawling lakes and the 'Legends at Arrowhead' golf course. The community consists of 21 neighborhoods, 10 parks, and a basketball court. The 'Excelling' Legend Springs Elementary school is at the heart of this family oriented community. There is great shopping nearby and plenty of restaurants for all tastes. The city of Glendale is home to the NHL Phoenix Coyotes Hockey Team and the NFL Arizona Cardinals Football Team.
Willo properties typically have an entry level of around $300,000 and can escalate to over $800,000 in a strong real estate market. But if Willo fits your budget, this coveted downtown spot offers friendly neighbors who’ll greet you on the streets, trendy restaurants and shopping along McDowell and Thomas roads, all with a peaceful and well-loved residential neighborhood in between.
Encanto, the community is located in Central Phoenix. At about 8 square miles, it is the city's smallest urban village by area, and, consequently, one of its densest. The core of the Encanto Village is the Park Central Mall and the Arizon State Fair, on whose fairgrounds the Arizona Veterans Coliseum is located. It was the original home of the Phoenix Suns, the city's NBA franchise. Other points of interest include Encanto Park and Steele Indian School Park. The village includes the city's Midtown and Uptown districts, which, combined with nearby Downtown, make up the largest center of employment in the state of Arizona.
Arcadia is a neighborhood in Phoenix and Scottsdale, Arizona. It is bounded roughly by 44th Street to 68th Street and from Thomas Rd. to Camelback mountain. Arcadia contains well-kept homes on large lots; these homes command relatively high property values (as the neighborhood is adjacent to the upscale suburbs of Paradise Valley, the Biltmore area, Scottsdale and north Phoenix).
Marley Park is a residential development in Surprise, Arizona (in the Phoenix metropolitan area). The development occupies 950 acres, most of the square formed by West Waddell Road, North Reems Road, North Bullard Avenue, and West Cactus Road. It includes a number of small public parks, the biggest being Heritage Park, at 25 acres. Marley Park was developed in May 2005.