Eastmark is one of the best-known master-planned communities located in Mesa, Arizona. It sits about 37 miles to the northeast of Phoenix. It is located conveniently close to major thoroughfares like Loop 202 and Interstate 60, both of which lead directly into Phoenix.
However, EEastmark stands out among homebuyers for more than just its convenient location. It is one of the few master-planned communities in the area that was designed to be a community within a city. It is located on prime real estate in one of the fastest-growing areas in the greater Phoenix region.
It sits on 3200 acres of pristine desert land and comprises dozens of neighborhoods, many of which are located close to schools, shopping, and parks. It offers some of the most upscale resort-style amenities that are hard to match anywhere else in the Phoenix metro area. It also offers dozens of activities, such as concerts, game nights, socials, and more, throughout the year to encourage residents to get out and connect with their friends and neighbors in the community.
Moreover, Eastmark is still relatively new and only dates back to 2013. In fact, construction on the one and two-story attached and single-family homes continues today. With that, buyers will encounter a real estate market in Eastmark that not only features resale houses but also newly constructed homes. They can look to local real estate leaders like Carl Chapman REALTOR, and West USA Realty to show them the newest listings available in Eastmark.
Also worth noting is the fact that Eastmark has its own age-restricted community for homebuyers who are 55 and older. This neighborhood is called Encore at Eastmark and dates to 2015. Construction on new homes, which are primarily single-family structures, continues today.
Like other neighborhoods in Eastmark, Encore at Eastmark offers upscale amenities and plenty of activities designed to keep residents entertained and connected. This community consists of 973 homes, which were designed and built by well-known home building company Taylor Morrison.
Both Eastmark and Encore at Eastmark have located a matter of minutes from major services, such as nearby airports. In fact, people who live here have easy access to the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport. They are also about 30 miles to the southeast of Phoenix's Sky Harbor International Airport.
The homes in Eastmark are likewise designed to offer the utmost convenience and comfort. People who look for homes to buy here will find dozens of different styles from which to choose. Many of the single-family homes have two stories and plenty of space to accommodate even the largest of households.
In fact, many of the homes have anywhere from two to seven bedrooms and two to seven bathrooms. They pan from 1200 to more than 5600 square feet. It is also not uncommon for the homes in Eastmark to have two and three-car garages.
The median sale price for a house in Eastmark sits at around $475,000. However, sale prices can actually range from $455,000 to $1.25 million.
Closing prices have been ranging from $280,000 to $649,000 while the average per-square-foot price sits at around $228. Home prices in Eastmark have risen by at least $200,000 in the last year.
People who buy homes in Eastmark can expect to pay around $2500 a year in property taxes. They also pay around $85 a month in homeowners association fees.
Homes for sale in Eastmark typically sell in fewer than 42 days. Between 30 and 36 homes, on average, are purchased each month in this community.
Homes for sale in Eastmark sell quickly in part because of how elegant and upscale they are in design. It is quite common to find homes with stucco and stone exteriors. The outside of the houses for sale here also feature rock and stone landscaping, decorative brick or stone pathways, and covered front terraces and entrances.
The insides of the homes for sale in Eastmark come with upscale features and amenities like:
Many of the homes on the market in Eastmark likewise have spacious enclosed backyards. The fencing around them is made from durable materials like stone and brick. Many homes also have in-ground backyard swimming pools.
Life outside of the homes in Eastmark falls under the governance of its homeowner's association, which is also called its community life team. The HOA for Eastmark is located at 10100 East Ray Road in Mesa. It consists of a three-member board of directors that includes a president, vice president, and one person that serves as both the treasurer and secretary.
The goal of the community life team, or HOA, is to preserve the residential community landscapes and unique neighborhood settings and also ensuring that the highest community living standards are met. The board of directors accomplishes this goal in part by overseeing tasks like:
The board of directors also employs an onsite management team that oversees the daily operation and safety of Eastmark.
People who buy homes in Eastmark are encouraged to set up homeowner accounts on the HOA's website. They can use their accounts to pay their monthly dues and find invoices for any fees or HOA bills that are due. They can also find on the HOA website resources like:
Further, the HOA website is a portal of information for people who are newly arrived in the community. Newcomers are encouraged to browse this site and make use of resources for new residents like:
The board of directors in Eastmark meets regularly and invites homeowners to its meetings. Meetings are generally held once a month and are open to everyone who lives in Eastmark. People who cannot attend the meetings in person can still find out what has been discussed and approved, however. They can find minutes from the monthly HOA meetings on the HOA's website.
The HOA also is in charge of keeping up and making available many of the upscale amenities available to Eastmark homeowners. These amenities are located throughout the various neighborhoods that make up Eastmark. They include the Eastmark community center, which is located on East Ray Road and offers individual amenities like:
Next to this community center is the 4000 square foot Eastmark community swimming pool.
Residents in Eastmark can also access amenities at the Eastmark Gate Park. This park spans 96 acres and offers amenities like:
Additionally, there are more than 40 public parks located among the various neighborhoods in Eastmark. These parks have features like picnic areas and walking and biking trails.
For those who live in the age-restricted Encore at Eastmark community, they can take advantage of the amenities found at the 15,000-square-foot Encore at Eastmark community center. The amenities found at this community center include:
When not enjoying the numerous amenities found throughout Eastmark, residents can take part in any of the clubs that are open to homeowners. They can find clubs for special interests like:
The Eastmark HOA regularly hosts special events like carnivals, concerts, and community picnics. It also holds hosts free throw tournaments, bingo nights, and storytimes for children.
Residents in Eastmark can also spend time on the community's Steadfast Farm. This farm spans two acres and specializes in growing organic vegetables, fruits, and eggs. The produce and eggs that are grown on the Eastmark Steadfast Farm are provided to the community's onsite restaurants and cafes to use.
For families who like to attend church, the community makes available its Eastmark Stake Church. This church is located on South Crimson. It is an ecumenical church and can be reserved for weddings and other religious events.
Finally, Eastmark is part of the Queen Creek Unified School District, which is headquartered in nearby Queen Creek, Arizona. Parents who live in Eastmark can send their children to nearby public schools like Canyon Rim Elementary School, Queen Creek Middle School, and Queen Creek High School.
Nationally, the Queen Creek Unified School District gets a grade of A-minus. It gets A grades in areas like academics and college preparation. It gets grades of B in areas like diversity, health and safety, clubs and activities, and teacher quality.
The Queen Creek Unified School District has an enrollment of just over 7700 students, spanning grades preschool through 12th grade, dispersed throughout its eight elementary schools, three middle schools, and three high schools. It has a student-to-teacher ratio of 18 students for every one teacher. This student-to-teacher ratio is just slightly higher than the national one of 16:1.
In the state of Arizona itself, the Queen Creek Unified School District is ranked as the 13th best overall school district. It beats out 101 other districts in academic excellence. It ranks as the 15th best for student-athletes and 27th best for having the best quality of teachers.
This high academic quality carries over to the Queen Creek Unified School District's standardized test scores. These scores show that 59 percent of the district's students meet proficiency standards in reading. Sixty-three percent of students enrolled in the Queen Creek Unified School District meet the same proficiency standards in mathematics.
The district likewise has a 94 percent high school graduation rate. This percentage far exceeds the national high school graduation rate of 85 percent. Further, high school juniors and seniors in the district who take the ACT college admissions test receive an average score of 25, This score beats the national ACT score of 20.6.
Finally, statistics show that a majority of the districts go on to attend in-state universities and colleges. Many attend Arizona State University while a fair number attend the University of Arizona and Northern Arizona University.
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