Apache Junction, Arizona
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The City gets its name from the junction of U.S, Route 60 and the old Apache Trail (Hwy 88).
The year around population of about 42,000. but jumps to over 75,000 in the winter when the snowbirds arrive. Apache Junction offers affordable living close to a major city.
The Lost Dutchman’s Gold Mine in the Superstition Mountain provides legendary stories about the area . A Germany immigrant – Jacob Waltz – discovered the mine during the mid 1800’s.
The area is a popular for retirees and winter retreats. Being near Phoenix means there are lots of things to do. It also means lots of traffic and a higher cost of living that some other Arizona cities.
Consider Northwest Tucson AZ
Apache Junction is about an 1 hour from Oro Valley AZ in northwest Tucson. Taking Highway 60 southeast to Florence and continuing on Hwy 79 and then south on Oracle Rd (Hwy 77) to Oro Valley AZ – MAP
Right near the intersection of Hwy 79 and Oracle Road are two Robson Resort Communities.
SaddleBrooke to the south and SaddleBrooke Ranch to the north. These are two very popular active adult communities just north of Tucson AZ. There are other adult communities in Oro Valley AZ that provide the opportunity to meet new friends and pursue personal interests in an active retirement.
Many of our clients start their Arizona home search in Apache Junction or the greater Phoenix area. Guess what, they like the Tucson area better. If you are considering a home in this area around Phoenix, then also take a look at homes Northwest of Tucson AZ.
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