Sunset Farms by Landsea Homes opens in Tolleson

Real Estate | 2 Dec, 2021 |

Landsea Homes Corporation, a publicly traded residential homebuilder, announced today that it will hold its grand opening with model homes available to tour on Saturday, December 4 at Sunset Farms in Tolleson, Arizona.

“Sunset Farms is another exciting community of High Performance single-family homes, and we are thrilled to open our new models,” said Todd Condon, Vice President of Sales and Marketing, Landsea Homes’ Arizona division. “As we continue to expand our footprint in Arizona, our priorities remain providing High Performance Homes with quality and value in mind, and they will find that at Sunset Farms.”

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Sunset Farms consists of 140 single-family homes, with seven different and unique one-and two-story floor plans. The houses range from 1,315 square feet to 3,018 square feet, with options for two to four or more bedrooms and two to two-and-a-half bathrooms. Prices begin at $322,990.

All homes at Sunset Farms include Landsea Homes’ High Performance Home features, which gives homebuyers connected living at their fingertips through a partnership with Apple®, providing ease, security and privacy.

Buyers will have the opportunity to implement Landsea Homes’ LiveFlex® program to transform spaces into whatever their lifestyle may need, whether that’s a home office, an at-home learning space, a guest bedroom or a place to exercise. These new spaces incorporate thoughtful construction and innovative technology with smart home features, privacy and ambiance that can be individually designed.

The community is ideally located in proximity to the nearby Gateway Pavilions, Park West shopping center in Peoria, as well as State Farm Stadium and the Westgate Entertainment District in Glendale.

For outdoor enthusiasts, Sunset Farms is just two miles north of the breathtaking, 20,000-acre Estrella Mountain Regional Park. Massive and diverse, Sunset Farms is home to an array of amenities and activities. There is the Phoenix Raceway, a one-mile NASCAR oval, wildlife habitat, a golf course and horseback riding. There are also baseball fields, the only grass picnic area (65-acres) in the Maricopa County Park System, and fishing on the Gila River. More than 33 miles of trails for hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding meander through the park, ranging from the 2.4-mile Baseline Trail to the challenging Pederson Trail.

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