Power Ranch is a largely residential neighborhood in Gilbert. It is located east of Higley Road and south of East Pecos Road. Its southern edge reaches to East Queen Creek Road while its eastern border extends past East 187th Place.
This award-winning community is part of the Higley Unified School District. High school students here attend Higley High School, which has around 1600 students, while younger students attend one of the three elementary schools close to Power Ranch. Middle school students to to nearby Sossaman Middle School, which serves around 900 students.
The central focus of life in Power Ranch involves staying active and engaged with the community. People who live here pay an annual fee to Power Ranch’s homeowners association. In exchange for that fee, they receive access to community amenities like:
- An outdoor swimming pool
- A catch and release fishing lake
- Sand volleyball courts
- Basketball courts
- A pavilion for picnics and special events
- A soccer complex
- Walking trails
Additionally, there are 25 pocket parks located throughout the community and 200 acres of open spaces for residents to enjoy and make use of.
Power Ranch has a very competitive real estate market, and most homes only remain listed for 29 days before they are sold. The average home price in Power Ranch is around $330,000. This price breaks down to $175 per square foot.
The price for the average home in this community has risen by close to seven percent in the last year. The average per square foot price has gone up by nearly a little over 10 percent.
Buyers typically pay 99.4 percent of a home’s asking price in Power Ranch. Sellers typically receive multiple offers. Most homes go pending in as few as six days.
Power Ranch is a relatively new community in Gilbert. The oldest of homes here were built in 2000. The newest were built as recently as 2014.
The real estate market here consists of not only single-family homes but also attached homes like condos and townhouses. The typical home in Power Ranch has 1300 to 6000 square feet. It has anywhere from two to seven bedrooms and two to six bathrooms.
Most homes have attached two and three car garages. People who buy homes here must pay a fee to their HOA. The fee ranges from $41 to $248 per month.