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The family-friendly neighborhood of Indigo Trails is situated in the town of Queen Creek, Arizona. The area encompassing modern-day Indigo Creek has a long history dating back to when the nomadic Paleo-Indians inhabited the area about 9,000 to 6,000 years ago. Around 1,000 B.C., other native tribes from Mexico moved into the region. Then, in the 16th century, the Spanish began establishing missions in Arizona. In 1848, at the end of the Mexican-American War, America gained control over most of Mexico's northern zone. In 1914, a man named John Germann and his wife bought 480 acres of land in what's now known as Indigo Creek from some discouraged homesteaders and built their own home and water pumping plant. In addition to that, in 1917, J. O. Power and his brother, Buck, moved to Queen Creek and established a homestead that consisted of 320 acres, situated about a half a mile east of modern-day Power Road on Ocotillo. As the years went by, more farmers moved to the area, and it was decided to invest in a better well. In 1924, Charles Rittenhouse and the Queen Creek Farms Company built 400-foot wells in Queen Creek that typically pumped around 2,200 gallons of water per minute. These wells allowed the farmland in Queen Creek to become very productive.
One of the things that attract potential homebuyers to Indigo Trails real estate is its close proximity to the Phoenix metropolitan area, and because it’s surrounded by an abundance of natural spaces. One great example of this is San Tan Mountains Regional, a sprawling 10,000-acre desert park offering visitors many trails for hiking and cycling, as well as a visitors center and other guest resources. Another great place residents like to frequent is The Barn and Trailside Community Park located at Ranch House Parkway in Gilbert, a 7.5-acre community park featuring tree-lined streets, sidewalks separated from the road by lush landscaping and offering visitors an array of outdoor activities ranging from fishing to various sports. When it comes to shopping centers near Indigo Trails, you have places such as Queen Creek Marketplace located at 21398 South Ellsworth Loop and SanTan Village located at 2218 E Williams Field Road in Gilbert. Both of these sizeable open-air shopping centers provide residents of Indigo Trails with name brand shops such as Famous Footwear, Bed, Bath & Beyond, World Market, and much more. Furthermore, these malls offer a wide variety of excellent dining options like Barro’s Pizza, Chick-Fil-A, Chipotle Mexican Grill, In--N-Out Burger, and Olive Garden. Adding to the allure of real estate in Indigo Trails is its proximity to Phoenix, which is 40 minutes away via US-60 West. The Phoenix area offers many great attractions that include the Desert Botanical Garden. This 140-acre is located at 1201 N Galvin Parkway in Papago Park and features musical entertainment (Music in the Garden), great food and drink at one of the best parties in these parts (Agave on the Rocks) and some family-orients programs.
Homes for sale in Indigo Creek offer an assortment of residential architecture commonly found throughout the southwest. Here you’ll see various types of single-family homes ranging from Spanish, Mediterranean, Southwestern, Spanish-Modern, Neoclassical, Spanish Revival, Spanish Art Deco, and many more. Available properties in Indigo Trails vary in size from two bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,600 square feet to seven bedrooms, six bathrooms, and 5,300 square feet. In addition to that, Indigo Trails offers a good selection of apartments, townhomes, and condominiums that range in size from two bedrooms, two baths, and 1,300 square feet to four bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 2,187 square feet. Furthermore, if you're looking to building a home from the ground up, Indigo Trails has many lots for sale as well. If you’re interested in learning more about Indigo Trails property, please don’t hesitate to contact us today for further information.