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Once upon a time, before Del Webb and a dozen other developers discovered the city of Surprise and expanded north and west, Coyote Lakes was built. It’s creation dates back to ancient times in Surprise terms – all the way back to the (gasp) mid-1990s.
Coyote Lakes consists of 771 houses on Surprise’s far eastern edge, less than a mile down road from the white walls on the west end of Sun City. And it remains one of the Northwest Valley’s best kept secrets.
Coyote Lakes isn’t an active adult community yet feels much like one, with about one-fifth of its owners maintaining primary residences outside Arizona.
Because it’s not an active adult community it doesn’t have some of the amenities you find in this communities such as tennis and pickleball courts, a community center, and the like; it also doesn’t come with the high homeowners’ association dues that bite many a part-time resident. A mere $250 and change a year and you’re covered until the Earth’s next trip around the sun.
[srpmap lat="33.650655" lng="-112.309628"]Coyote Lakes Golf Club
In Coyote Lakes, you’re a handful of blocks from the West Valley Art Center and 15 minutes from Arrowhead Towne Center or spring training at either the Peoria Sports Complex (San Diego Padres and Seattle Mariners) or the Surprise Recreation Campus (Kansas City Royals and Texas Rangers.)
Homes in Coyote Lakes begin in the mid-$100s and golf course lots start not too much higher. Below is a rundown of some of the homes on the market; for more specific information, call me at 602-502-9693 or send me a note on our contact page.[idx-listings tract=”Coyote Lakes” propertytypes=”282″ orderby=”DateAdded” orderdir=”DESC” count=”10″]