Marley Park is a residential community that was developed in 2005. It is located along Waddell Road north of West Cactus Road. Its western edge sits along Reems Road, and its east border spans to North Litchfield Road.
The community sits on 950 acres and is close to local shopping, movie theaters, restaurants and other nearby businesses. It was designed to be a walkable neighborhood with most amenities in the community being within walking distance of people who live there.
It also features tree-lined streets and lush landscapes. It is close to the White Tank Mountains and has scenic mountain views.
Marley Park offers a variety of amenities to people who choose to call this community home. It has a large 25-acre community park, called Heritage Park, that has two outdoor swimming pools and a splash pad. Other amenities found in Marley Park include:
There are many grassy areas where residents can walk their dogs and have picnics.
Marley Park is part of the Dysart Unified Public School District. Dysart High School is located within the community, as is Marley Park Elementary School, which serves students through eighth grade.
Marley Park has a fairly competitive real estate market. Homes here sell for an average price of $300,000. This price breaks down to around $130 per square foot.
The home prices have risen by close to two percent in the last year. As more people move to the area, the prices for homes in Marley Park are expected to increase. Homes that go up for sale in this community typically stay on the market for 28 days, and buyers pay between 98 to 99 percent of a home's asking price.
The real estate market in Marley Park is comprised of a variety of home types. Buyers can find single-family homes as well as attached properties like townhouses, condominiums and lofts for sale.
The homes for sale in this community range in size from 1325 to 3968 square feet. The oldest homes in Marley Park were built in 2005, and the newest ones were built as recently as 2020.
Homes here have anywhere from two to seven bedrooms and two to six bathrooms. They also have additional amenities like double or three-car garages, succulent landscaping and tile roofs. The homeowners association fees in Marley Park range from $75 to $219 per month.
Homestead at Marley Park
Homestead at Marley Park is one of the newest residential communities in Surprise. It is located on West Andora Street, south of Waddell Road and west of Reems Road. It is west of Bullard Avenue and north of West Cactus Road.
As one of the newest residential communities in this city, Homestead at Marley Park is part of the Dysart Unified School District. Public school students in kindergarten through eighth grade attend nearby Luke School while high school students attend Dysart High School.
Homestead at Marley Park is designed to be an active and engaged community. Homeowners who live here have access to amenities like:
There is also a community park available to people who live here as well as miles of walking and hiking trails. These amenities are made available in exchange for the homeowners association fee that residents pay each year.
The average list prices for the new homes being built in Homestead at Marley Park sell for anywhere from $266,000 to $383,000. Selling prices are slightly lower at $235,000 to 360,000.
Because the community is brand new, no data is available to discern how home prices have held in the last year. However, the prices for homes in Homestead at Marley Park are comparable to the overall average home price in Phoenix, which is $269,000.
Real estate insiders in Arizona fully expect real estate prices in Homestead at Marley Park to continue to increase progressively as more people move into the community and the demand for high-quality homes rises. The real estate market here is one of the hottest in the Phoenix metropolitan area.
The homes for sale in Homestead at Marley Park typically have three to four bedrooms. They have anywhere from two to three bathrooms and at least one half bathroom as well.
Most homes likewise have garages that accommodate two to three cars. The landscaping is minimal to accommodate the desert weather. Most yards have succulents as well as rocks and stones.
The insides of the homes for sale here have spacious floor plans and open layouts. They have large windows that overlook the desert landscape as well as sliding patio doors that lead out to private balconies or patios.
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