Yesterday, the wife and I spent the day in Verrado helping friends move in the triple-digit heat. This, incidentally, is not the way to see Verrado, a subdivision in Buckeye on the north side of I-10 a couple of miles east of Highway 85 (aka the road to San Diego via Gila Bend).
Rather than moving vans, I’d rather link something like this to Verrado:
That’s the CVS Pharmacy along Verrado’s main street. Across the way is a Bashas’ supermarket, a local chain whose store looks from the outside like a small-town, mom-and-pop grocery.
Small town is the theme and the developers in Verrado pulled it off quite well.
And did I mention the towels? Play the Raven Golf Club in Verrado and you’ll discover the most wonderful thing ever for this climate … ice cold, mango-scented towels. Awesome. Even if you’re a duffer, the towels are immune to your slice.
Like most places built in the early- to mid-2000’s, Verrado has ridden the real estate value roller coaster. And like most of the Valley, inventory’s pretty thin right now. Unlike most places, there still are new builds available among the short sales and bank-owned homes.
Want more information about Verrado or any of the homes listed below? Drop me a line and I’ll be happy to help. Just don’t ask me to move your furniture. I’m still cooked.
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