Groundbreaking: The Meadows in Peoria AZPosted 07/07/2016
Finding the perfect home is all about location, location, location. Maracay Homes President Andy Warren couldn’t have said it better when he spoke to a crowd of people in Peoria last week, reminding them that it all starts with a great community.
Of course he was referring to the city of Peoria, where Maracay proudly broke ground on its newest residential community, The Meadows, a 173-homesite community situated in the city’s fast-growing northern district, commonly referred to as NoPo. Peoria City Mayor Cathy Carlat and the city’s Willow District Councilmember John Edwards joined the celebration, welcoming the Arizona homebuilder with a few words and the turning of the first sod.
So, what can buyers expect from Maracay’s new digs? A whole lot of space. In fact, The Meadows will feature some of the largest homesites Maracay has ever built on, with more than a half-acre of land on the largest lots. With so much space, homebuyers can expect plenty of options for storage and upgrades, including detached or attached accessory garages to accommodate boat or RV storage, more elbow room between homes and large backyards for family fun. Other luxurious options include indoor/outdoor fireplaces, six-foot-long free-standing bath tubs, corner sliding glass doors, bonus rooms and more, depending on the plan.
Surrounded by spectacular desert views and set within the center of one of the metro area’s most sought after destinations, The Meadows affords residents an unmatched opportunity to enjoy northwest Peoria’s year-round recreation. Active families and weekend warriors alike flock to the area where Lake Pleasant stretches across 10,000 acres offering an oasis of recreation activities, from wake boarding, water skiing and kayaking, to fishing, sailing, paddle boarding and much more.
Beyond the waterfront, this part of the city boasts multiple desert parks that provide easy access to hiking trails and horseback facilities via multiuse paths that skirt the area’s regional and municipal parks. Whether hiking, biking, picnicking or observing nature, Peoria’s park system is praised for seamlessly blending the surrounding natural beauty with the city’s burgeoning urban lifestyle – which is fast-becoming a national destination for its mix of urban amenities and resort-like lifestyle. Peoria also lays claim to the Challenger Space Center, a rich cultural scene, top-rated golf courses and sports centers, attractive dining and retail hubs, and an emerging market of high-wage companies and major employment corridors.
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