Ventana Lakes Community Spans Two Cities and Two Zip Codes
Ventana Lakes lake community is the only community that I know of in the Phoenix valley that is part of two cities, Peoria and Sun City, and covered by two zip codes, 85373 and 85382. Those residents that live west of 107 Ave. are in Sun City 85373, while the Ventana Lakes residents on the east of 107th Ave. are part of Peoria 85382. Regardless of the city or zip code, all belong to the Ventana Lakes Property Owners Association. Ventana Lakes , situated on 480 acres, has been recognized as the “Adult Community for the Young-at-Heart”.
A unique feature of Ventana Lakes is the unique opportunity that every resident has to enjoy the waterfront atmosphere by utilizing the pathways that border the 30 acres of lakes. On the largest lake, a complete walk around the lake is close to 1.5 miles. Waterfront home owners can access the walking paths right from their backyard and at the same time enjoy the serene and peaceful waterfront views from their back porch.
The community of 1,700 properties and over 200 waterfront homes enjoys 4 separate pools and 2 spas, a sauna and steam room, recreation and fitness room, handball courts, billiards, bocce ball, and more.
Residents come together on a monthly bus trips to visit casinos, shows and anything else that looks entertaining. Or they may decide to organize breakfasts, concerts, bingo, karaoke, or dances. The Willow Creek golf course is practically next door. A short 4 mile commute east offers access to the 101 freeway providing smooth access to the greater Phoenix area.
If this looks like the kind of active adult lake community in the west valley that would interest you, and would like to receive automatic updates of available homes as they come up, click on Ventana Lakes Automated Property Listings. Homes range in size from 1,200 sq.ft. to 2,500 sq.ft.
For additional waterfront home information, visit Phoenix Waterfront Homes and Properties.
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