Superstition Springs is a residential community in Mesa that is south of East Southern Avenue and north of East Guadalupe Road. It extends east to Sossoman Road and encompasses the Superstition Springs Golf Club. A section of Highway 60 runs through Superstition Springs.
It is a large residential neighborhood that is close to the Superstition Mountains and San Tan Mountain Regional Park. It is close to shopping, dining and entertainment districts in Mesa. It also offers a number of amenities and features to people who call this neighborhood home.
As a master-planned community, some of the amenities that residents have access to private lakes and community centers. The centers can be rented for celebrations like birthday parties and weddings. There are also a number of picnic areas, walking trails and playgrounds located throughout Superstition Springs.
Superstition Springs is also close to several schools. In fact, residents there are served by two public high schools and four elementary schools.
Superstition Springs, as an upscale neighborhood, has single-family homes available to interested home buyers. The homes in this community tend to be priced just slightly higher than the average home price elsewhere in the Phoenix area.
The average home price in Superstition Springs is around $308,000. This price breaks down to 177 per square foot, higher than the Mesa overall average of $164 and the Phoenix average of $169 per square foot. Home prices have risen by almost eight percent in Superstition Springs over the last year.
As a neighborhood geared toward families, Superstition Springs has large three to five-bedroom homes for sale. These homes also have up to three to four bathrooms and are as large as 3000 square feet. They also have natural stone and succulent landscaping as well as double or three-car garages.
They are built to be energy efficient, with many homes here having tiled roofs and energy-saving appliances in the kitchen and utility room. Many homes in this neighborhood also have additional interior features like dens or family rooms, gourmet kitchens and breakfast nooks, covered walkways and vaulted ceilings.