Westwing is a residential community in Peoria that sits adjacent to the Peoria West Wing Mountain Preserve. Its southern boundary extends into the Peoria Sunrise Mountain Preserve. It is southeast of North Pleasant Lake Parkway, and its main thoroughfare is the Westwing Parkway.
The community was established in 2002 and now offers 1700 home sites. It is just 22 miles from Phoenix's Sky Harbor International Airport. It is also close to major highways and interstates like Highway 101 and I-17.
Westwing is designed to be a quiet and safe neighborhood. It is surrounded by views of the nearby mountains and desert.
The heart of the community revolves around its community center. The community center offers numerous amenities to residents like:
A local park sits next to the community center. This park also has shaded green spaces, picnic tables and a large playground.
Because Westwing is close to mountain preserves, it has miles of trails that residents can use throughout the year. These trails are ideal for hiking, biking or simply walking.
The real estate market in Westwing is fairly competitive. Home prices here sell for an average of $446,000. This price breaks down to an average of $153 per square foot.
Further, houses in Westwing remain listed on the market for an average of 53 days. Sellers typically receive multiple offers. Buyers pay around 1.7 percent under the asking price.
Buyers who move into Westwing are served by the Deer Valley Unified School District. This school district offers an elementary school of the same name within the community.
Middle and high school students attend nearby schools like Mountain Ridge High School. The schools are among the highest rated in the Peoria area.
Westwing offers a combination of homes for sale. Buyers can find single-family homes as well as attached properties like townhouses, lofts and condominiums for sale.
The oldest of homes in Westwing were built in 2002, and the newest were built in 2019. The typical single-family home in this community has 1828 to 6828 square feet of living space. It also has three to six bedrooms and two to six bathrooms.
Most homes sit on half to one acre lots. Home buyers here pay an annual fees to their community's homeowners association. The fees break down to $174 per month or $333.50 per quarter.
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