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Queen Creek Ranchettes is a master planned community located in Queen Creek, Arizona. It’s a community full of well-educated residents with white collar careers. As for Queen Creek, the city is located in Maricopa and Pinal counties and was incorporated in 1989. Though it is one of the newly organized cities, the area is rich in culture and history. The first people to inhabit these lands were the nomadic Paleo-Indians, who traveled through these parts hunting the great Mammoth about 9,000 to 6,000 BCE. It wouldn’t be until 1,000 BCE that other native civilizations migrated from Mexico to the region. In the early to mid-17th century, the Spanish arrived and began establishing missions in what would become modern-day Maricopa-Pinal Counties. Much of their architecture still influences today’s architectural designs. From 1822, Arizona was a part of the state of Sonora, Mexico. In 1848, Mexico was required to give the land over to the United States government as a part of the Treaty of Peace, Friendship, Limits and Settlement preceding the Mexican-American War. Decades later, in the early part of the 20th century, companies like the Queen Creek Farms Company built large wells in the area with pumps capable of pumping thousands of gallons of water an hour, making for very fertile farmland.
One of the most attractive things about owning property in the Queen Creek Ranchettes neighborhood is the fact that you can enjoy a small-town atmosphere while living only minutes away from the big city. With Phoenix less than 50 minutes away via US-60 West, residents enjoy great shopping and dining options you would expect in any big city. There is Biltmore Fashion Park located at 2502 E Camelback Road in Phoenix that has anchor stores such as the Apple Store, Ann Taylor, Macy’s, and Ralph Lauren, as well as many other locally owned shops. Another example of this comes in the form of Queen Creek Marketplace, featuring an assortment of boutiques, national retail anchors, traditional restaurants, and a collection of unique eateries offering tasty cultural foods. Whether you're looking for a quick bite to eat, a gallon of milk, or retail items, Queen Creek Marketplace is a favorite among Queen Creek Ranchettes residents. In addition to that, Queen Creek Ranchettes is near splendid natural spaces such as San Tan Mountains Regional, a sprawling 10,000-acre desert park offering visitors with many trails for hiking, horseback riding, and cycling, as well as a visitors center and other guest resources. Furthermore, you have 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 offers visitors an array of outdoor activities ranging from fishing to various sports.
Homes for sale in Queen Creek Ranchettes feature an assortment of residential architecture commonly found throughout the southwestern portion of the United States. There are 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 Queen Creek Ranchettes 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, Queen Creek Ranchettes 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, Queen Creek Ranchettes has many lots for sale as well. If you’re interested in learning more about Queen Ranchettes property, please don’t hesitate to contact us today for further information.
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