Travel Tuesday | Queen Creek, Arizona


Travel Tuesday | Queen Creek, Arizona

Travel Tuesday!

We love this home in Arizona, and we think you will too!

This exquisite home is any AVIATOR or TOY lovers dream! Located in the exclusive gated community of Pegasus, this CUSTOM ESTATE is situated on a prime corner lot with taxiway access! Featuring a 50x60 hangar located with DIRECT access to the runway, this has one of the largest hangar's in the whole community! The HANGAR is complete with commercial grade car lift, built-in air compressors, full bath, kitchen and upstairs office with AC! This CUSTOM BUILT home is solid brick construction with a FOUR CAR Attached garage! Upon entering this luxurious estate, you are greeted by a large open concept main area w/ coffered ceiling and custom crown moldings. No detail missed! Primary bedroom ensuite is your at-home spa with claw foot tub, gorgeous walk-in shower and two closets w/ washer & dryer ..Secondary bedrooms have ensuite baths and walk-in closets! Upstairs has massive bonus room! Resort-like backyard boasts picturesque views of the San Tan foothills and Superstition mountains, 3 RV (toy) access gates and a beautiful pool! You will not find a better value! 

Taken from KellerWilliams

For more information, contact Edge Realty's Preferred Arizona Agent from the Jesse Herfel Group, Jenny Martin

Jenny Martin

+1 (480) 278-9827

More about Queen Creek, taken from The Pheonix New Times

Thirty-five years ago, Queen Creek wasn’t even a town. It was just a desert farming community called Rittenhouse, located in the foothills below the San Tan Mountains, an hour southeast of Phoenix. Citrus, cotton, vegetables, and pecans grew in abundance across the area's expansive farmland. The main reason people knew it existed was because of Schnepf Farms, where city folks would sometimes come to pick their own peaches and corn.

For years after incorporating as a town in 1989, growth in Queen Creek was slow, gradual. Twenty years ago, the population was a modest 3,700 residents. Even 10 years ago, it wasn't much more than a Walmart and a QuikTrip surrounded by 26,000 people.

Today, though, Queen Creek is booming. With nearly 70,000 residents and more arriving every day, it's one of the fastest-growing cities in Arizona.

It’s hard to miss the signs of rapid growth. Brand-new shopping centers overtake your view as you enter the town. Construction crews and road closures herald new housing developments and infrastructure improvements. Earlier this year, Queen Creek landed on one of those lists that municipalities love to trumpet: named it a Top 10 suburb in the nation to move.

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