Trilogy at Power Ranch
4444 E. Haven Crest Drive, Gilbert, Arizona 85297
Stylish, Gated 55+ Neighborhood of Trilogy is Within Larger Development of Power Ranch and Has Single Family Homes, a Golf Course and a Large Clubhouse
The all ages development of Power Ranch is just outside of Phoenix in southern Arizona. Construction began in 2000. At buildout, the community should cover 2,284 acres and contain 11 neighborhoods, 7,400 homes and 240 acres of open space. Trilogy is a gated 55+ neighborhood within Power Ranch.
The approximately 2,000 Trilogy single family homes were built by Shea Homes from 1999 to 2008. Open floor plans are standard and range in size from 1,140 square feet to more than 3,000 square feet. All residences are single story and feature Mediterranean architecture with a stucco exterior and a tile roof. The attached two car garage faces the street. Drought-resistant landscaping primarily consists of decorative rocks, bushes, cacti and short trees.
Trilogy prices start in the low-$400,000s. The HOA is $153 per month. Please verify these prices with a Realtor as they may change.
The attractive 27,000 square foot San Tan Clubhouse features a fitness center, a cyber cafe, a food cafe, a grill, a ballroom, a library, a theater and more. Outside, swimming pools, tennis courts, bocce ball courts and an 18-hole golf course await. A full-time activities director administers an assortment of classes, clubs, and events. Stocked ponds and walking trails dot the well maintained grounds.
Gilbert has a newish, prosperous feeling about it. Neighborhoods are tidy with new homes and palm trees. Shopping choices are very good and include San Tan Village, which has national retailers (Apple, Disney, etc.) and restaurants.
Gilbert Mercy Medical Center is accredited by the Joint Commission.
This area has very hot summers and mild winters. Summer temperatures are in the 90s and low-100s. Winter temperatures are in the 60s and 70s. On average, Gilbert receives about 10 inches of rain per year.
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On February 14, 1912, Arizona became the 48th state to join the Union. In the southwestern region of the United States, it borders New Mexico to the east, Utah to the north, Nevada and California to the west and Mexico to the south. The Cactus Wren is the state's bird, and the Saguaro Blossom is the state flower. The capital and largest city is Phoenix.
Arizona is home to the Grand Canyon, one of the nation's oldest national parks, and the Hoover Dam. It covers 113,000 square miles, making it the nation's 6th largest state. However, only a small portion of the land, about 15%, is privately owned. The rest of Arizona belongs to national parks, state parks and Native American reservations.
Interestingly, the majority of Arizonans - everyone except those in the Navajo Nation - do not observe Daylight Savings Time.
Why are HOA Fees so High in 55+ Communities?
HOA fees (homeowner association fees) come in a wide range, and each 55+ community has a different set of guidelines for determining its HOA fees. Generally, the more amenities, the higher the fee. And often older communities have higher fees because as a development ages, maintenance costs increase. Most communities have bylaws stating how high HOA fees can be raised each year. When looking for a 55+ community, always ask about the fees. How much are they? What do they cover? How many increases have there been in the last 10 years? If the developer or sales staff will not tell you, visit on a Saturday when people are out and about and ask a resident or two about the HOA fees.
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