Hidden in the west valley are two water ski communities; Spring Mountain Ski Ranch and Lakeside Ski Village. Spring Mountain Ski Ranch was established in 2005 with initial sales of the one acre lots between $250K – $385K. After surviving the real estate down turn along with recent improvements, SMSR is a water ski community that has become a community that is attracting a lot of attention.
Determining if a Phoenix lake community allows boating
One of the most frequently asked questions I recieve is “Does this lake community allow boating?” The second most frequent question is “How big is the lake?” We’re going to answer both of these questions. Previously, I’ve attempted to make a list of lakes where boating, kayaking, and canoeing are permitted and which lakes are larger and more conducive to boating. I’m going to share some tools with you so that you can answer these questions.
A Phoenix water ski home or lot is a unique type of Arizona real estate. Man made with one of Arizona’s most precious resources there are only 6 water ski communities in the valley. Ready for some Phoenix water ski real estate trivia? How many waterski homes / lots are there in Phoenix? See the answer at the end of this post. Right now we’re going to look at a recap of the activity and sales of homes and lots during 2009 and year to date in 2010.
In your quest for Phoenix lake communities that have waterfront homes, any search would be incomplete if you didn’t consider the eight waterfront communities in Gilbert. I’m not counting subdivisions that have a community lake at the entrance or near the clubhouse. These are communities in which some of the homes are on waterfront lots. Specifically, these Gilbert waterfront lake communities are Val Vista Lakes, The Islands, Crystal Point, Santan Lakeside Estates, Playa del Rey, Lago Estancia, Stonebridge Estates, and Wind Drift.