The Census Bureau for 2017 reported Buckeye as the fifth-fastest growing city in the US, as the area attracts more retail and investments in jobs from top-tier companies such as Nikola Motor Co. Residents can enjoy outdoor recreation and easily find homes here in their budget, with affordable options in luxurious new communities.
Buckeye sparkles with historic charm and a small-town vibe that entices residents seeking a friendly, quiet and community-oriented lifestyle. Master-planned communities include Verrado, anchored by its own walkable Main Street that sports shops and restaurants just minutes from residents’ doors. Townhomes and single-family homes capture the feel of early America, from tree-lined streets to front porches. Families can stay active in more than 70 neighborhood parks, golf club, swim park and a hub for entertainment, shopping, groceries and restaurants around Main Street. Home styles include picturesque farmhouse, craftsmen bungalows and ranch-style haciendas.
Tartesso, a community at the feet of the White Tank Mountains, offers a natural desert environment with recreational trails, greenbelts, washes and a large sports park. Everyone from a new family to retirees will love the access to the community center, courts and sports fields and beautiful homes at affordable prices. The age-restricted Sundance golf community offers homeowners over 45 the chance to engage in an active lifestyle at The Golf Club at Buckeye and enjoy a quaint neighborhood feel.
Living in Buckeye means you’re on the edge of beautiful outdoor recreation to take advantage of the warm climate. Residents can hit the trails with pets, horses and friends at Skyline Regional Park, White Tank Mountain Regional Park and Buckeye Hills, among others. The town’s Old West past emerges every year for the Pioneer Days Festival: a derby, parade, festival and potluck town dinner. Historic Main Street in downtown Buckeye is packed with options for dining, shopping and resident services. For national retail anchors, shoppers can head to the Sundance Towne Center.