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If you really want to head west -- but still be close enough to enjoy Phoenix anytime you want -- head to Buckeye, AZ. It's the westernmost suburb in the Phoenix metro.
So, what exactly is waiting for you out there?
Brand new homes, state-of-the-art features, and more amenities than you can count!
Buckeye used to be nothing more than farmland, but you'd never know that now! Because it's one of the last sections of the Phoenix metro to be developed, the homes here are much newer than what you'll find in other Phoenix suburbs. That also means Buckeye is home to all kinds of trendy buildings that combine the newest features with a historical Southwestern feel. There is still plenty of building going on around here, and it could take another few decades to get everything up and ready to occupy. When all is said and done, Buckeye will be home to more than two dozen master-planned communities.
But that doesn't mean you have to wait to enjoy this area!
As of 2014, Buckeye is home to five different school districts, a community college, and great shopping. At Sundance Towne Center, you'll find everything from shoe stores, to big box stores, to pet stores, to restaurants. Despite its rapid growth, though, Buckeye promises to keep its small-town feel. With more than 50,000 people calling this city home, officials like to refer to it as "Arizona's Biggest Small Town". In fact, Buckeye hosts several city-wide celebrations every year -- including a family-friendly Fourth of July, Countryfest in the fall, and Pioneer Days in the spring.
Sounds great… So, what's waiting for you in all of those new homes?
The homes for sale in Buckeye offer the very best in new construction. You'll find plenty of open floor plans, beautiful hardwood, and luxurious details like granite and marble. While home values here have grown since the recession ended, they're still lower than what you'll find in places like Goodyear, Surprise, and Litchfield Park.
So, if you're looking for some of the best homes for sale that the Phoenix metro has to offer, follow Lewis and Clark's lead, and go west!
For a quirky side note, visitors may want to check out “Hobo Joe,” which is a statue, circa 1967, who sits just southwest of the police station. Variations of his appearance into Buckeye abound, but he seems to have found his spot in the 1980's, and his symbolism is still significant today; a man, down on his luck, he sports a Phi Beta Kappa pin, a wall street journal in his pocket and obvious homeless clothing.
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