Serenity Shores Condos at Fulton Ranch Lake Community

Fulton Ranch Condos  at Serenity Shores in Chandler

Serenity Shores is one of two Cachet developments in Chandler’s lake community, Fulton Ranch.  Originally, 185 units were planned, but trying to build out during 2006 – 2008 as the market was falling proved to be an over-whelming task.  Currently, 56 units are complete.  Sales have improved in 2010 with 11 sales year to date and three currently pending.   The  remaining land was taken back by the lender in April 2010 as well as the unsold units.  Once the remaining spec units are solds, sales in Serenity Shores will be resales.

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Chandler Waterfront Condos – A Home Away From Home

Turn Key Get Away Vacation and Second Homes in Az Lake Communities

Driving through luxury condo and townhouse lake communities  in Chandler offers a very diverse and even international feel in January when you see as many out of state license plates as Arizona plates.   The many Chandler lake communities offer a peaceful setting and typically  a golf course is not too far away.  This is a great alternative  for the many part time residents looking for an escape from freeezing temperature and blizzards in the midwest and Canada.

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Condominium Lake Community in Chandler – Lakeshore at Andersen Springs

Lakeshore at Andersen SpringsLakeshore at Andersen Springs Condos  in Chandler

Lakeshore at Andersen Springs condominiums are located on the east side of the 10 acre man made lake at the southeast corner of  Ray and Dobson.  Originally built as apartments in 1989, they were converted and sold as condominiums in 2006. The floor plans range in size from 597 sq.ft. with 1 bedroom and 1 bath up to 1,070 sq.ft.  with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.  Two bedroom floor plans have approximately 800 sq.ft.   Parking includes cover car ports.

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