Fulton Ranch is a 520-acre master-planned community in Chandler that was established in 2006 and located just off Highway 87 and south of Highway 202. It is close to both the San Tan Mountain Regional Park and South Mountain Park and Preserve. It also enjoys close proximity to downtown Chandler via Highway 87.
Fulton Ranch is part of the Chandler Unified School District and is close to several public schools. In fact, there are three public high schools to serve Fulton Ranch. There is also one elementary school that serves Fulton Ranch students from kindergarten through sixth grade.
Fulton Ranch is governed by a homeowners association to which residents pay a due. The dues are used to maintain the appearance, security and function of the community. They also maintain the numerous amenities that the Fulton Ranch HOA makes available to homeowners here.
Some of the amenities that homeowners in Fulton Ranch have access to include:
Fulton Ranch is also located next to the Snedigar East Park, which offers:
People who live in Fulton Ranch are also located close to nearby shopping, restaurants, and other local amenities.
Fulton Ranch has a relatively active real estate market that consists of both single-family and attached homes. The average home price in this community is around $565,000 or $205 per square foot. These prices, which are higher than the overall Phoenix average of $269,000 or $169 per square foot, have risen by over 49 percent in the last year. Real estate insiders predict that they will continue to rise over the next 12 months.
Homes for sale in Fulton Ranch remain on the market for an average of 62 days before they are sold. Sellers typically receive around 98.3 percent of their asking price.
The typical home in Fulton Ranch can have anywhere from two to seven bedrooms and two to eight bathrooms. It also has 1246 to 7766 square feet of living space.
The oldest of homes in Fulton Ranch were built in 2006, and the newest were built as recently as 2018. Homes in this exclusive community come with a variety of interior amenities.
It is not uncommon to find homes for sale that have large upstairs lofts, breakfast nooks and family rooms or dens. Most also have expansive gourmet kitchens with islands.
The homes' exteriors generally have minimal landscaping. Most have succulent plants and natural stones or rocks.