Some of the most popular cities for horse property in Arizona are:
- Paradise Valley
- Cave Creek
- Desert Hills
- Queen Creek
- San Tan Valley
All of these cities are desirable for different reasons.
Paradise Valley Horse Property
Homes in Paradise Valley are pricey and serve the upper crust of the Phoenix area. These homes often sport multiple acres of land, luxury barns and living quarters for hired help. They may also contain riding facilities, covered arenas, multiple paddocks, training areas, round pens and climate controlled tack and guest quarters. These beautiful homes run in the multi-millions of dollars and if you click here you can view Paradise Valley Horse Property.
Scottsdale Horse Property
Scottsdale horse property may have many of the amenities that the Paradise Valley horse property has and with a less expensive zip code! Scottsdale offers many beautiful horse properties and prices vary and can start as low as $300,000 in the Rio Verde area.
Cave Creek Horse Property
Cave Creek is an amazing equine community. Everything from the Cave Creek Rodeo and horseback riding events with residents breathes life into this charming western town. Cave Creek offers many events and fun things to do. My husband, Paul Shelton, and I have a heart for giving back and Cave Creek is always seeking volunteers to do just that! Check their volunteer page on the Town of Cave Creek website for more information on volunteer opportunities.
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Desert Hills Horse Property
Desert Hills is actually part of Phoenix. If you head west on Carefree Highway you will find Desert Hills as soon as you leave Cave Creek and enter Phoenix. There are many horse properties on the north side of Carefree Highway. Desert Hills zip codes are 85085 and 85086. Properties in Desert Hills are more affordable and close to riding. It is a desert landscape similar to Cave Creek and North Scottsdale. View Desert Hills Horse Properties
Gilbert Arizona Horse Property
Gilbert is a very clean and well-kept community located in the Southeast Valley of Phoenix. It is east of Chandler and directly south of Mesa. Gilbert also has a large equine community to enjoy. With lots of farm fields and large deciduous trees, Gilbert is a favorite area of the valley for horse owners. Prices remain steady for homeowners and there is a strong real estate market in Gilbert Arizona. You can view all Gilbert horse property. Most of Gilbert is irrigated with Roosevelt Water Conservation District. There are many irrigation companies if you are seeking irrigated property. It is important to know which companies are expensive to water as not all irrigation companies are the same. You want to make sure the water is inexpensive and delivered consistently to homeowners.
Chandler Horse Property
Chandler is similar to Gilbert in the fact that it has flood irrigation, properties with trees and green pastures. There are many pockets of neighborhoods that have horse property. Some of these Chandler horse properties are located in a Maricopa County Island. The city of Chandler has an ordinance that does not allow foul or in other words, chickens. If you are looking for a horse property in Chandler and you want chickens, this is something you should know. Some properties in Chandler can have chickens and these are the ones located on a County Island.
Queen Creek Horse Property
The town of Queen Creek is an amazingly progressive community. The city planning has really changed the look and feel of the Town of Queen Creek over the last ten years. Once an isolated town southeast of Phoenix, Queen Creek is now full of excellent shopping and dining as well as entertainment. Everything from the Queen Creek Olive Mill, Schnepf Farms and plenty of Holiday activities keep residents of Queen Creek enjoying the quiet farm life with the amenities of the city. The Town of Queen Creek has an amazing website that offers all kinds of tools and information for their residents. For equine lovers, The Horseshoe Equestrian Center is a popular hangout.
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San Tan Valley Horse Property
San Tan Valley is southeast of Queen Creek. Most areas of San Tan Valley do not have irrigated horse property. There are a few small pockets of horse properties that are irrigated and for the most part, the properties in San Tan Valley are not irrigated. Families tend to buy horse property in San Tan Valley due to the amazing view and affordability. To view San Tan Valley horse property go to the San Tan Valley Horse Property page.
Glendale Horse Property
Glendale horse properties are highly sought after for West Valley lovers. There are several shooting clubs in the Phoenix West Valley. Glendale is home to theJobing.com Arena and Arrowhead Towne Center opened in 1993. Arrowhead Ranch, though not horse property, is a highly sought after neighborhood in that area. Horse property communities close to Glendale include Waddell, Buckeye, and Peoria. Peoria horse properties are also great for equine lovers in the West Valley of Phoenix.