Sun Lakes Active Adult Community abounds in waterfront homes
Amazingly, Sun Lakes has over 430 waterfront homes, and that is not counting those homes on golf courses within Sun Lakes that also have lakefront property. This may come as a surprise since Sun Lakes is known for it’s well manicured 18 hole golf courses, and 5 club houses. This 3,500 acre active adult community is home to approximatley 16,000 residents.
“Lots to do in Sun Lakes”
Besides enjoying the tranquil and relaxed feeling of living in a lake community, you won’t get bored if you reach out and get involved in the many social opportunities offered in Sun Lakes, which is separated into 5 communities; Sun Lakes Phase I, Oakwood, Ironwood, Palo Verde, and Cottonwood. Each community offers it’s residents access to the community club house and recreation center as well as a buffiet of activities such as dancing, swimming, aerobics, tennis, arts and crafts, and more.
The housing opportunities have something for everyone’s budget, ranging from modest affordable homes up to 3,500 sq.ft. luxury homes on the golf course. To gain appreciation for the wide choice of real estate opportunities in Sun Lake, click on:
Back in 1972 when Ed Robson developed Sun Lakes, it was a stand alone community and separate from it’s neighbor to the north, Chandler. Now it blends into the prestigious Ocotillo Lakes area in Chandler and enjoys great proximity to freeways, healthcare, dining, libraries and shopping.
The clients I have helped purchase homes in Sun Lakes have spoken very favorably about the community. There is a strong sense of community and for those willing to get involved, making friends comes very easy. The activities at the recreation center were given very high marks by one couple.
Given the wide range of housing options, the location, experience of past clients, amenities, and the abundance of waterfront homes, it is definitely a community for active adults that I would recommend.