Copper Basin Homes for Sale in San Tan Valley (click here for listings)
Copper Basin is an absolutely beautiful, family oriented master-planned community located in San Tan Valley, Arizona. It is an 847 acre master-planned community is designed around a Village Center with a small town main street, a K-8 School, 20 acre park, fire station, and a YMCA. This neighborhood goes beyond the typical master-planned community concept and provides a setting that supports families with services in order to live a better life. There truly is an opportunity for everyone to live in this wonderful neighborhood with homes available in a variety of price ranges.
Another huge draw to Copper Basin is the fabulous location, the wide open green spaces, walking paths and trails, numerous parks and the neighborhood schools. Living in this neighborhood gives you the opportunity to have an active lifestyle in a family friendly environment perfect for families and retirees alike. There truly is something for absolutely everyone in this beautiful community and there are many opportunities available for buyers in a wide variety of price ranges. Home sizes range anywhere from about 1051 square feet on up to 3700 plus square feet.
Copper Basin is a community filled with people in all stages of life, from those just starting out to those who are enjoying their retirement years in style. It is located in San Tan Valley, just 45 miles from Phoenix and not far from the Town of Queen Creek or Florence. It is close to many major amenities including Banner Ironwood Health Center , the Queen Creek Public Library, the new Communiversity @ Queen Creek , Horseshoe Park and Equestrian Centre, Schnepf Farms, Olive Mill, and it’s just a short drive to the nearby San Tan Mountain Regional Park which contains more than 10,000 acres of natural resources and trails. It is also conveniently located near Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport and many other conveniences including retail shopping, medical facilities, great golf courses and so much more.
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