A Haven in the Sonoran Desert
The Estates at Lone Mountain in Cave Creek rests in the Sonoran Desert on more than 600 acres in the north valley. With homes ranging in size from 2,960 square feet to 3,627, they are suitable for when it’s time to grow or time to downsize. Many of the homes feature Lennar’s Next Gen floor plan, which consists of a private, fully livable separate suite. This highly sought-after feature is ideal for those requiring live-in arrangements.
Located off of Lone Mountain Road and 56th Street, not far from Scottsdale or Cave Creek Roads, homeowners can balance life gracefully in the serenity of the Sonoran Desert. Access to all of the daily amenities one desires is just moments away.
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Did You Know?
The town of Cave Creek has never achieved consensus as to the origins of its name. Some say it was named for a cave near Cave Creek Wash, while others believe it to be named after an old miner named Edward G. Cave, referred to by locals as Old Rackensack.
Within the community, residents can enjoy the serene settings provided by the attractive playground, lush green areas, hiking trails, sports courts, picnic areas, ramadas, and common areas inviting residents to comfortably get acquainted with one another. The gated community allows families to feel safe and secure throughout the neighborhood.
The Estates at Lone Mountain is served by the Cave Creek Unified School District, with students attending Black Mountain Elementary School, Sonoran Trails Middle School, and Cactus Shadows High School. Families of students may also consider one of the many private schools in the surrounding area.
Just minutes away, The Estates at Lone Mountain offers a variety of amenities, attractions, shopping, and dining experiences. Visit the “old West” charm of the downtown area of Cave Creek. Enjoy art and craft fairs, rodeos, or musical performances throughout the year. Quaint local restaurants, coffee shops, and pubs provide a wide range of dining options at budget-friendly prices. Each year, Bike Week is a big draw to the Cave Creek area with a full calendar of events offered each day.
Just up the road, the town of Carefree provides a different, but engaging experience. Carefree boasts its own charm with its well known traditional English Tea Room, meat market, wine shop, as well as boutiques and galleries. The Bartlett Lake Marina is a quick and easy drive where water enthusiasts can rent boats, swim, or even enjoy shoreline camping. If you are really serious and happen to be a boat owner, Lake Bartlett provides the facilities necessary for launching and storing. For those wishing to enjoy boating on a regular basis with less hassle, the Lake Bartlett Marina offers membership in their boat club, at a fraction of the cost of boat ownership.
Many golf courses are within a 15-minute drive from the Estates at Lone Mountain, including the Rancho Manana Golf Club. Located in historic Cave Creek, this golf course is considered one of the most scenic in Arizona and truly allows golfers to be a part of the picturesque Sonoran Desert. This 70 par course features thrilling elevation changes and although it can have its challenging moments, it is still considered a very playable course. Golfers can expect to be greeted by the rich wildlife for which the Sonoran Desert is known.
The Rancho Manana Dude Ranch is now part of the golf and resort property. Unlike other area dude ranches, Rancho Manana is crafted in the hacienda style, with its creamy walls and red tile roof. The ranch catered to guests from 1944 until 1955 during the heyday of dude ranch popularity, where east coast residents often flocked to enjoy a glimpse into the life of real cowboys and what they considered the wild west.
After a day of golf or exploration, visit Rancho Manana’s Tonto Bar and Grill. Intent on preserving the area’s heritage, Tonto Bar and Grill is known for its rich flavor, blending together the elements of Native American and Southwestern cuisine. A charming patio invites guests to enjoy dining Al Fresco, and its rustic dining room and bar encourages diners to sit back, relax, and enjoy Arizona.