Nestled just north of Phoenix in the growing suburban town of Peoria, Arizona is a community known as Westwing Mountain. For a better look at Westwing Mountain, take a look at these little details about the community and why it’s a desirable neighborhood for families in the area.
Location: Peoria, Arizona is located 22 miles northwest of Phoenix’s Sky Harbor International Airport and the community of Westwing Mountain itself is situated slightly north of Jomax Road and N. 83rd Avenue with easy access to both route 101 and I-17.
Schools: The children who live in Westwing Mountain attend public schools that belong to the Deer Valley Unified School District. Students K-8th grade attend West Wing Elementary and the 9-12th grade students attend Sandra Day O’Connor High School.
Homes: Most residences located in Westwing Mountain are 3-4 bedroom single family homes which are either brand new or have been recently constructed. Homes for sale in Westwing Mountain range in price, from the mid $200,000’s to the higher $400,000s depending on a number of certain factors such as size and location. The community of Westwing Mountain does have an HOA in place, which is managed by a volunteer group of homeowners who reside in the neighborhood and are elected to serve on the board. Currently, the monthly fee is only $50 and a contracted property management company based in Phoenix named City Property Management is the one who assists the board members in administration of the association.
Nearby Amenities: Westwing Mountain is located just minutes from shopping centers that include a variety of shops as well as a number of both chain and locally operated restaurants. Many of residents who live in Westwing Mountain and the surrounding communities also enjoy taking advantage of the various scenic hiking and biking trails in the area.