Advantages of Living in a Master Planned Community

Advantages of Living in a Master Planned Community

Posted 10/20/2017

You’ve likely heard about master-planned communities, but are you familiar with the benefits of living in one? From the amenities to the heightened sense of camaraderie, discover some of the top reasons many of Maracay’s picturesque neighborhoods are situated in thoughtfully-designed, master-planned communities across Arizona.

Many master-planned communities are strategically placed in ideal locations, near high-performing school districts, premier shopping, employment hubs and exciting entertainment districts.

North Peoria, where The Meadows community is located, is quickly becoming one of the area’s most sought-after destinations due to its blend of year-round outdoor recreation offerings, top-rated schools and entertainment options. In the East Valley, the master-planned Eastmark community is home to two top-ranked public charter schools and several major employers. Being close to such conveniences is just one of the reasons to consider a home in a master-planned community.

In a slightly larger community, the camaraderie felt among neighbors is what makes a neighborhood feel welcoming. However, creating a sense of community takes planning.

Oro Valley’s Center Pointe Vistoso community, located within the Rancho Vistoso master plan, connects six individual neighborhoods with a multi-purpose trail system, passing a butterfly garden before leading to a 6,000-square-foot luxury swim complex and a large, grassy park. With endless opportunities to meet others who live in the community, it’s easier than ever to feel a sense of connection with fellow neighbors.

In addition to being located near outside conveniences, homes in master-planned communities are often surrounded by their own amenities. For example, residents of Buckeye’s Verrado community enjoy amenities such as The Vic Bar & Kitchen, a spa, racquet sports pavilion, three resort style pools, an 18-hole golf course and more. Adora Trails in Gilbert offers residents community amenities such as a 10-acre park, 12 miles of walking trails, 10,000-square-foot clubhouse and a community pool. Meanwhile, Eastmark neighborhoods are conveniently connected by the expansive 100-acre Eastmark Great Park, where residents enjoy a community center, 4,000-square-foot community pool, splash pad and more.

Wondering if master-planned living is right for you? Drop by our website,, to learn more, or contact our New Home Specialist Pam Meyer at or (623) 404-4033.