Arizona Cities with Horse Property
No matter what Arizona cities you are considering for your next move, you will find a complete list here.
Additionally, these Arizona cities all have equine friendly communities you may enjoy.
Also, each community varys in what ammenities they offer. Firstly, it is easier to ride a horse off your property if you live in Apache Junction than it is in Chandler. However, if you want irrigated horse property you won’t find it in Apache Junction as there is no irrigation available in Apache Junction.
The Southeast Valley
The Town of Gilbert is similar to that of the city of Chandler in that it is more develeoped. Both Arizona cities of Chandler and Gilbert provide easy access to freeways so you can get anywhere quick. People often say Gilbert/Chandler when speaking about the Southeast Valley.
The Town of Queen Creek is a very equine friendly area. Queen Creeks taxes tend to be a bit higher so watch out for that. When you search on our site, you are searching in the Arizona Regional MLS in real-time. This means you can see all tax information, property history and Open Houses in these Arizona cities. If you would like to have us represent you, please do not go to an Open House without us as you may jepordize your representation.
The Central and North Valley
Scottsdale horse property and Rio Verde Foothills are two Arizona cities that are often clumped together. Many of the Rio Verde Foothills homes have a Scottsdale address but it is important to understand that this area falls under wildcat construtction and the Rio Verde Foothills are not governed by the City of Scottsdale but rather by Maricopa County.
Furthermore, Cave Creek, Carefree and the area of Desert Hills are all very equine friendly Arizona cities. Desert Hills is not a city in and of itself but rather a part of Phoenix that is known by zip code.