Sun City - Sun City West - Sun City Grand
For those of you planning your retirement from working life, not active life, relocating to a warmer winter climate is worth pondering over. Consider the cost of selling your current home and buying a new home, moving, re-establishing in a new community. Also, consider the community you are moving to. How is the lifestyle? What is there to do? What is the housing like? Can I afford this move? All great questions.
Sun City History
Sun City Arizona is where it all started in January 1960. Del Webb, a well-known real estate developer conceived and built an entire community dedicated to the active retired adult. Surrounded by leisure and recreation facilities, Sun City offers the best value, service, and quality of life for the active 55+ adult looking to retire and relocate. The following link to a website that provides all the information you need: Sun City AZ
Sun City West, developed and constructed in the late-1970s, is known as “Arizona's Finest Golf Retirement Community”. Here is a link to the Sun City West website: Sun City West as well as a link to the homeowner association Homeowner Association. A great deal of information can be found with these two links including other links to Sun City West recreation centers, golf and a host of leisure activities.
Sun City West outgrew its boundaries and was completely built out in 1998. A sister city, Sun City Grand, to the west of Grand Avenue, was then started. Sun City Grand is now part of the City of Surprise.
Sun City limits are approximately West Beardsley to the north, North 107th and North 111th avenues at varying points to the west, approximately North 91 and North 99th avenues to the east and West Olive Avenue to the south. Here is a link to a map of Sun City. You can move this map and find Sun City West and Sun City Grand.
Sun City West is bound by West Grand Avenue (Highway 60), Arizona State Route 303, El Mirage Road and West Bell road.
Sun City Grand is bound by West Grand Avenue to the northeast, North Reems road to the Southeast, West Bell road to the south. The limit then follows Arizona Highway 303 to the west. A southern border along Artesia, Patagonia and Mission sub-divisions. Finally, a western border along the Beardsley Canal.
Being a 55+ retirement community, there are no schools in any of the Sun Cities.
Any of Arizona’s Sun Cities will provide a welcoming and very satisfying retirement lifestyle.
Sun Cities Properties
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