I’m keeping a close eye on an up-and-coming neighborhood near where I live — it’s Barney Farms in Queen Creek, just to the northwest of the Queen Creek and Signal Butte roads intersection.
If you haven’t heard about Barney Farms, here’s the scoop: Fulton Homes, Arizona’s largest family-owned and operated homebuilder, is bringing a wonderful, new community to Queen Creek. There is a lot of interest in Barney Farms, and its deep-water lake is probably the number one feature I get asked about!
New Construction in Queen Creek
If you’ve driven by the area, you know that Barney Farms is starting to pop up on the horizon. New model homes are being built, and Fulton Homes has released information about some of the floor plans that buyers can choose from in this all-single-story community.
Fulton Homes is offering 16 floor plans, with each offering a loft option (still a single story but with a deeper pitch to the roofline).
Barney Farms’ New Neighborhood Amenities
In addition to this master-planned community’s lake, Barney Farms will include a large pool and an aquatic center, a clubhouse and several sports courts (sand volleyball, pickleball, bocce courts, etc.), along with zip lines, play spaces, parks and open green spaces.
Information about Barney Farms’ home pricing is becoming available, and the Meadows (one of the first two phases to be built) will start at $360k.
Because Barney Farms has created so much buzz, it’s safe to say that lot premiums will be high — especially for buyers who want a gem of a lot near the lake or one with views of the Superstition Mountains.
Manmade Lake and Scenic Bridge
The lake area, which you can see taking form right now, will be perfect for small boats. The area includes a lovely bridge that is sure to be a popular gathering spot (and great for taking selfies) for the neighborhood. Did I mention that kayaks and stand-up paddleboards will be welcome, too? A lake in the dessert will surely thrill area water-lovers!
Barney Farms is in close proximity to a new elementary school, a gorgeous (because it is quite attractive!) fire station and just down the road from Queen Creek’s largest shopping center. And being near the highway, Barney Farms’ location will please its residents who need to travel outside of Queen Creek for work and other activities throughout the Phoenix metro area.
Yes, Barney Farms is sure to be the primo new community for years to come.
A Buyer’s Agent Has YOUR Best Interests in Mind
If you’d like more information on Barney Farms, reach out to me ASAP so I can keep you in the loop on all that’s happening there. I’ll get you registered so you can get information about Barney Farms — and know that you have a buyer’s agent on your side.
The Barney Farms sales staff is great, and they represent the builders and the builders’ interests. When you work with me, I’m representing your interests. You can rely on my knowledge of the buying (and selling) process, my ability to negotiate on your behalf and Team Rover’s many happy clients throughout Arizona!
For people who are new to building a home, it can be both a fun and daunting experience. I’ve been down this path many, many times, which helps my clients take a deep breath and relax, knowing I’m by their side throughout the process. Just this year, I’ve helped more than a dozen families find their dream new homes. Last year, I personally went through two new builds (one in Queen Creek and one in Flagstaff).
Another benefit to having me on your side is when, down the road, if you decide to look for another home in the area, the decisions you make about your Barney Farms home will have an impact on its resale value. (That’s nothing to “worry” about today, of course; just know that I will be your advocate and real estate professional as you make key decisions!)
I look forward to keeping you up to date on the beautiful new Barney Farms in Queen Creek.