Find Quality in Affordable Homes at Seville Golf & Country Club

Real Estate Agent with West USA Revelation

Looking for a home in the Gilbert area of Arizona? Looking for affordability and flexibility with the home of your dreams? Affordable homes in the Seville community are popping up on the market almost weekly. Seville, one of the fastest-growing communities in the US is located just 30 miles from the wonderful city of Phoenix. Strategically planned and located in the perfect area of Gilbert. The mater-planned subdivision of Seville features more than 20 small neighborhoods designed with a Mediterranean architectural influence. Living in this luxurious community does not mean you need to break the bank. There are listings of affordable homes in the area, and lets not get that confused with cheaply made homes. Almost all homes have scenic views of the beautiful mountains. Homes located on the golf courses are also available to be seen by new home buyers and also almost all homes with private pools. Seville is absolutely beautiful and goes on for miles with it’s different neighborhoods to choose from. These homes almost feel like a resort with all the amenities that are at your fingertips. If you are looking for the most budget conscious neighborhood, then check out The Esperanza where there are stunning desert views along with stunning homes. These low maintenance lots leave you and your family with lots of time to enjoy the country clubs, biking, trails and even enjoy a dip in the community swimming pool located all throughout Seville. Just because you have a tight budget doesn’t mean you have to skimp on quality. Living in Seville is well worth it and you are getting so much more than just a home. Check out Seville now!!

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Tony and Suzanne Marriott, Associate Brokers
Serving the Greater Phoenix and Scottsdale Metropolitan Area - Scottsdale, AZ
Haven Express @ Keller Williams Arizona Realty

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Nov 02, 2015 11:06 AM