Adjacent to the Peoria Regional Preserve, Sonoran Mountain Ranch is a quiet residential neighborhood that is surrounded by views of the mountains and desert. It is located about 40 minutes outside of Phoenix and is designed to be a quiet, peaceful and family-friendly neighborhood.
Sonoran Mountain Ranch consists primarily of single-family homes. Its border spans down to the Peoria East Wing Mountain Preserve. Its north border spans past West Montgomery Road. The community is governed by a homeowners association to which they pay an annual due. It is part of the Deer Valley Unified School District and has one elementary school and one high school.
Sonoran Mountain Ranch is designed as well to encourage residents to be fit and active as well as engaged with the rest of the community. It offers a number of amenities for home buyers to get them out into the neighborhood and interact with their fellow residents.
Some of the primary amenities that their HOA fees contribute to include:
There are also numerous green spaces with large shade trees that residents are encouraged to use for picnicking, walking their dogs and enjoying the local scenery.
The average home price in Sonoran Mountain Ranch is $363,000. That price breaks down to $174 per square foot, which is slightly higher than the overall Phoenix price of $169 per square foot or $269,000 per home.
The price for homes in Sonoran Mountain Ranch have risen by 1.3 percent over the last year. Home prices are expected to increase over the next few years as well, given how in demand housing is in this neighborhood as well as Peoria in general.
Homes for sale in Sonoran Mountain Ranch generally are listed for 43 days before they sell. Buyers pay on average 99 percent of the asking price.
The homes in Sonoran Mountain Ranch are generally single-family residences, although there are condominiums and townhouses for sale as well. The typical home for sale in Sonoran Mountain Ranch was built between 2005 and 2019.
It has anywhere from 2100 to 4500 square feet and two to five bedrooms with two to three bathrooms. They also sit on half to one acre lots.
Homes have additional amenities like outdoor swimming pools and family rooms. Many of them have gourmet kitchens with energy efficient appliances. They also have stucco exterior finishes, two or three car garages, covered walkways and either patios or balconies.