Trilogy at Encanterra is an age-restricted community that is located in Queen Creek, Arizona. Construction of this community began in 2008 and continues today. Homebuilder Shea Homes designs and builds the single-family houses found in Trilogy at Encanterra. There are more than 2400 homes that comprise this community.
When Trilogy at Encanterra first opened, it did not place any age limits on people who bought and lived in the homes there. However, it was always geared more toward Baby Boomers and adults aged 55 and older. In 2011, the rules for living and buying homes in the community changed and limited residency to homeowners in the 55-plus demographic.
Today, it is exclusively populated by people in that age range and continues to offer premium amenities and activities designed for retirees and older adults. Trilogy at Encanterra is located just east of the San Tan Mountains, about 45 minutes outside of Phoenix. It prides itself on being close enough to the big city but still capable of offering a quiet, small-town way of life.
Even more, the community is located minutes from 202 Loop and Superstition Freeway 60 that go all the way into Phoenix, as well as the suburban towns of Mesa, Gilbert and Gilbert. The new Interstate 24 also traverses through Trilogy at Encanterra, making it easier for residents to get to and from major destinations in the Greater Phoenix area easier.
The homes for sale in Trilogy at Encanterra sell for anywhere from the low $200,000s to the high $800,000s. The homes on the market here, which can be viewed by contacting eXp Realty and Carl Chapman REALTOR, have on average three to four bedrooms. They also have as many bathrooms, as well as up to 3000 to 4000 square feet of living space.
The outsides of the homes for sale in this community are designed to be appealing and inviting to buyers. People can find homes that have terra cotta rooftops, as well as rock landscaping and spacious driveways.
The insides also offer an appealing variety of features, such as:
Most homes in Trilogy at Encanterra also have backyards with stone wall enclosures and covered patios.
To keep residents in the community entertained, the homeowners association that oversees the management and function of Trilogy at Encanterra routinely offers community events. Some of these events are held through virtual live streaming sessions. They include cooking classes, wine and spirit demonstrations and wellness, and fitness events.
The HOA also oversees the function and availability of events and activities at the community clubhouse. Dubbed the La Casa Clubhouse, it offers more than 60,000 square feet of space. It also has its own Alvea Spa, which offers amenities like:
The La Casa Clubhouse has four restaurants and cafes on-site for residents' use. It also has its own multipurpose room, a large patio, and an outdoor resort-style swimming pool.
Trilogy at Encanterra also has the Algarve Clubhouse, which is an 8000-square foot facility that has amenities like:
Residents of Trilogy at Encanterra can also enjoy poolside dining at the clubhouse's Tapas restaurant.
Finally, people who buy homes in this community can enjoy golfing at Trilogy at Encanterra's 18-hole golf course. Tom Lehman designed this course specifically for the community, and it is recognized as one of the best in Phoenix's East Valley. It is hallmarked with emerald fairways and greens.
Homeowners in the community can also join clubs for activities and hobbies like:
The HOA also offers exercise classes to help residents in the community get or stay fit.
Trilogy at Encanterra is close to local hiking, walking, and nature trails. It is also only minutes from the Phoenix Zoo, Native American Heard Museum, and the Desert Botanical Garden.
People can find homes for sale in Trilogy at Encanterra by contacting eXp Realty. They can set up tours of homes by calling Carl Chapman REALTOR.