Queen Creek is one of the most unique communities in the Phoenix major metropolitan area. Located only a few minutes away from the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, Queen Creek is nestled near the base of the San Tan Mountain Regional Park, where visitors can enjoy most than 10,000 acres of the breathtakingly beautiful Sonoran Desert and it’s hiking and horse trails. With a small population under 40,000 people, Queen Creek is a cozy, comfortable town with plenty of homes for sale that offers a wide variety of outdoor entertainment, including multi-use trails, parks, and truly amazing views. The city’s slogan is “Comforts of the country, convenience of a city” and it certainly lives up to the phrase, with local theaters, boutiques, and restaurants that are sure to leave a last impression and provide an exceptional experience for all.
There is certainly no shortage of options if you’re looking to visit, but for those looking for a place to call home, you’re in luck. There are a multitude of beautiful and affordable homes for sale in Queen Creek. With options ranging from simple country cottages and single-family houses to sprawling ranch-style homes and modern custom homes, Queen Creek is a beautiful, friendly town that affords everyone the opportunity to find their dream home.
A town with a rich and vibrant history, Queen Creek is proud of it’s heritage, as it’s one that is based on small-town values and country friendliness. Visit the San Tan Historical Society Museum set inside the historical Rittenhouse Elementary School, where you can browse pottery and artifacts of the Hohokam, magazines and historic photos of Queen Creek’s founding families and earliest buildings, antique farm equipment used by the original settlers, and more. After the museum, visit some of the very best “farm-to-fork” experiences in the American Southwest for lunch. The world renowned Queen Creek Olive Mill offers tours to visitors and demonstrates just how olives are turned into heart-healthy extra virgin olive oil. Designated as an “Arizona Treasure,” Schnepf Farms invites guests to pick their own fruits and vegetables and offers festivals throughout the year.