Festival Hills is a HOA-governed community in Buckeye that was established in 2007. It has quickly grown into one of the most desirable neighborhoods for newcomers to Buckeye. People who want a safe and quiet community to raise children in favor of Festival Hills. However, the neighborhood is also ideal for working professionals, retirees and anyone wanting to enjoy the small town appeal for which Festival Hills is known.
Lifestyle in Festival Hills
Festival Hills is designed to be a family-friendly, active community. It offers numerous amenities to encourage homeowners to be engaged with their neighborhood and enjoy being outside in the sunshine and fresh air.
Just a few of the amenities that homeowners here can look forward to including:
- Covered picnic ramadas
- Tot lots
- Walking trails
The community is also close to White Tank Mountain Regional Park and Tonto National Forest.
Homes in Festival Hills
Festival Hills feature comfortable and spacious single-family homes. The smallest homes in this neighborhood have two bedrooms and two bathrooms. The largest homes have as many as four to six bedrooms and up to four to five bathrooms.
Homes are priced between $250,000 to $450,000 and higher. Floor plans cover anywhere from 1900 to upwards of 4000 square feet. Many homes here additionally have stucco exteriors, tile roofs, and two or three-car garages.
The homes in Festival Hills are also designed to be environmentally sustainable. They are Energy Star or LEED certified and also have landscaping with succulents so that homeowners do not have to waste water keeping their lawns green.
Festival Hills is served by the award-winning Phoenix schools. It has its own on-site elementary school aptly named Festival Hills Elementary School. Older students attend Buckeye Middle School and either Younker High School or Buckeye Union High School.
Parents interested in sending their children to private school have the choice of two nearby schools, The Goddard School, which serves students in kindergarten through fifth grade, or Grace Fellowship Academy, which is available for preschool to eighth-grade students.