Mesa Real Estate
The city of Mesa is in the Maricopa County, Arizona and is a part of the Phoenix Metropolitan Area. It's the third-largest city in the state, after Phoenix and Tucson, and the 38th-largest city in US.
Mesa can be described as a "bedroom community." The city shows a lot of variation in terms of the areas in which people live. It has middle class neighborhoods, custom designed houses and also some parts that have become blighted. In and around the city, you can find well designed communities, such as Mountain Bridge, Las Sendas and Santa Rita Ranch.
The Mountain bridge community spans across an area of 717 acres and is located in the foothills of the exclusive northeast Mesa on the McKellips road, east of power. The homes at the community are a built by Blandford Homes. The architecture of the constructions is old world inspired, with features like low e glass windows, old world custom crafted cobblestone driveways, post tension slabs, custom blended tiled roof and covered terraces decorating the homes. The mountain bridge community contains 16 fully furnished models. The community is centered among shopping facilities and top rated schools. Residents have access to a fitness facility, tennis center, basketball courts, swimming pools, a recreational center for children, a spa, armadas, playgrounds, barbecues, and an event lawn for special occasions. The camping, biking, hiking and recreation facility of Usery Mountain Regional Park is just 3 miles from the community. Saguaro Lake is 15 minutes from the community, if you enjoy water sports and fishing. A Rustic Stone Bridge is planned to be constructed over McKellips Road; it will be the landmark of the community.
The community of Las Sendas covers 1800 acres of land and has large dedicated open spaces that surround the homes. A network of hard surface pathways runs through the whole community. Residents have access to the trailhead athletic club and spa, which offers massage therapy, group and personal fitness training in the guidance of professionals and nutrition guidance. Three parks; Boulder Mountain Park, Desert Foothills Park and Sonoran Heights Park are a part of the community. These parks contain lighted basketball and volleyball courts, fields for playing soccer or softball, swing areas for children, covered ramadas, bicycle racks as well as seating and restroom facilities. The community clubs offer the facilities of private tennis courts and multi-functional swimming pools.
The Santa Rita Ranch is only few minutes distance from Mesa City. The Santa Rita Ranch neighborhood is comprised of 3 and 4-Bedroom homes, foreclosed properties, eco-friendly real estate, mountain view homes, private pool homes, and single and double story homes. Residents can enjoy attractions like the Camelback Mountain and Kiwanis Park and relax by having body spa treatment at Massage Envy.
Large shopping malls of the city are the Fiesta Mall in West Mesa, Superstition Mall in East Mesa and the outdoor destination retail center Mesa Riverview in the northeastern city corner. Anchor stores at these malls are Dillard's, JCPenney, Macy's, Sears, Bass Pro Shops, Cinemark Theaters, Wal-Mart, and Home Depot. The city also has several medical facilities run by the non-profit Banner Health organization. The newest health facility opened by them is the state-of-the-art Banner Gateway Medical Center on Higley road and US 60.
Some of the landmarks of Mesa city include HoHoKam Park, Mesa Historical Museum, Arizona Museum for Youth, Mesa Arts Center, Commemorative Air Force Arizona Wing Aircraft Museum, Arizona Museum of Natural History, Mesa Amphitheatre and the Mesa Arizona Temple.
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