Lyon’s Gate is a large master-planned community in Gilbert that consists of more than 1900 homes. It was established in 2006 and is governed by a five-member homeowners association board of directors. It is located just off Highway 202, south of East Ray Road and north of Vest Avenue and Williams Field.
It is part of the Higley Unified School district and has two schools nearby. Younger students in the community attend Higley Elementary School, which has around 600 kindergartens through eighth grade students. High school pupils go to Williams Field High School, which has around 1500 students.
People who buy homes in Lyon’s Gate pay a due to their HOA, which in turn uses it to maintain the appearance and function of the community. The HOA fees also allow homeowners here to access shared amenities like:
There are also numerous green spaces that homeowners can use for walking their dogs, walking or simply relaxing outdoors while taking in the views.
The HOA also plans and hosts numerous community events throughout the year. These events encourage residents to establish friendships with their neighbors and engage with the community.
The real estate market in Lyon’s Gate is relatively competitive and remains one of the most active in the Gilbert area. The average home price in this community is around $352,000 or $171 per square foot. The average home price has risen by almost 12 percent in the last year alone.
Homes for sale in Lyon’s Gate remain on the market for around 25 days before they sell. Buyers pay nearly 100 percent of the asking price in most cases. Many buyers also receive multiple offers before they sell their homes.
The oldest of homes in Gilbert were built in 2006 while the newest were built in 2015. Most homes here have anywhere from 1500 to 4400 square feet. They also have two to six bedrooms and two to five bathrooms.
The homeowners association fee for most homeowners breaks down to $30 to $96 per month. It is common for homes in this master-planned community to have two to three-car garages as well as ceramic tile roofs.
Landscapes here can vary from lush to minimal with succulents and rocks or stones. The homes’ interiors features amenities like kitchen islands and large picture windows