Special offer

Solera Del Webb Active Adult Community homes in Johnson Ranch

Real Estate Broker/Owner with The Celtic Connection Realty BR545869000

323 W Bismark St MLS#48922259 $314,900

This Active Adult home in Solera at Johnson Ranch is loaded with extras!  One of the nicest homes to come on the market. The private salt system solar & gas heated pool/spa with roller cover, vacuum system & pool cooler, extended covered patio with Ramada shading, beautifully landscaped yard which backs to scenic open area, will make you feel like you are on a vacation.  A few of the upgrades with this great home also include: luxury interior window shades, Enviro Tech water purifier/softener, luxury celing fans T/O, 18-inch tiles in all the right places, large kitchen island w/butcher block top, pre- wired for surround sound, custom garage cabinets & work bench, Plus much more…  You will want to view this home. Comes with five year Termite warranty provided by seller.

The Celtic Connection Team at Solutions Real Estate is proud to announce their website featuring homes in Solera at Johnson Ranch in Queen Creek (San Tan Valley) Arizona. The website can be viewed at Solera in Johnson Ranch Real Estate and features Solera at Johnson Ranch homes for sale, Solera at Johnson Ranch real estate, a search for Solera at Johnson Ranch bank owned or foreclosures, Solera at Johnson Ranch Golf Course Homes, and Solera at Johnson Ranch Swimming Pool Homes. There is also a page that provides a real time update showing Solera at Johnson Ranch properties that have been newly listed or had price changes. You can even see Solera at Johnson Ranch rentals.

To view all home in Queen Creek AZ and San Tan Valley AZ, CLICK HERE


\Solera Homes


Johnson Ranch at a Glance

Total Project Area: 2,000 Acres

Community Location: Hunt Highway at Bella Vista Road in Pinal County

Residential Units: 6,100 Residential Units Planned

Community Amenities: 3.3-acre Lakeview Recreation Center & Park with 25-meter swimming pool, spa, 2 lighted tennis courts, picnic pavilion, shade ramada, playground, grassy lawn and restroom. 

3.3-acre Indigo Sky Recreation Center & Park with 25-meter swimming pool, spa, basketball courts, playground, picnic pavilion, shade ramada, grassy lawn and restroom.

41.6-acre Greens Park with pitch & putt golf course, catch & release fishing lake, turf including Stardust Recreation Center with 25-meter swimming pool, spa, shade ramada and restroom.

4-acre Twilight Park with recreational softball field

5.9-acre Longbranch Park with soccer goals and playground.

6.1-acre Pathfinder Park with soccer goals and playground.

28 Pocket Parks in Neighborhoods with Playgrounds or Volleyball

Golf Course: The Golf Club at Johnson Ranch
Public 18-hole Championship Golf
Scenic, private 1.5-acre Lake with Fountain

San Tan Valley Arizona Information

San Tan Valley derives its name from the nearby San Tan Mountains. The origin of the name San Tan is disputed, with suggestions ranging from a corruption of the name Santa Ana to the last name of George Santan, prior postmaster in nearby Gila County. Previously referred to as San Tan Heights, San Tan Foothills, Greater San Tan and simply the San Tan Area, the community lacked any official name and residents used nearby Queen Creek for their mailing addresses.[2] To coincide with the addition of a new ZIP code for the community on July 1, 2009, the United States Postal Service was petitioned to provide the area with a new name. As part of the initial request, "Bella Vista" name was submitted to the postal service, drawing the ire of some local residents who opposed the suggested name. In response, the Greater San Tan Area Coalition organized a non-binding vote on June 23, offering residents the opportunity to vote on a name for the community.[3]

The area, which had consisted primarily of undeveloped desert and agriculture prior to 2000, experienced considerable growth in the early part of the decade. As early as 2004, attempts to incorporate the area were underway. An initial attempt, which proposed a name of simply "San Tan" for the area, was blocked by the neighboring town of Florence after rural residents there expressed concern that allowing incorporation would accelerate the urbanization of the area.[4] A subsequent effort in 2005 failed to gain traction. Following the renaming of the area in 2009, a renewed effort at incorporation sought to put the issue to a vote in 2010, this time with the support of Pinal County.[5] The Town Council of Florence unanimously rejected a resolution that would have approved San Tan Valley's proposed boundaries over concerns of their allotment of state shared revenue.[6]

Posted by


Edward and Celia Maddox, Associate Broker, MRE, GRI, ABR
The Celtic Connection Realty - We Take the High Road
Solutions Real Estate - Multi-Million Dollar Producers 2004-2011
Direct: 480-987-9322 Cell: 480-612-7968
Fax: 800-410-9607



Comments (0)