Stunning 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom condo on the 2nd floor at Coyote Landing. Built in 2015 making it nearly new and ready for you. Tons of tasteful upgrades inside. Walk in to a very open split floor plan and notice 20×20 Canyon tile through out. Santa Cecelia granite in kitchen and bathrooms with under mount sinks. Espresso cabinets with soft close, even in the laundry room. Bright large patio make entertaining a pleasure while you enjoy the gorgeous AZ sunsets.
Coyote Landing Condos are building again! This is the last building with direct captivating views of the Superstition Mountains. With luxury finishes these condos make it easy to decide on your next home. Split floor plan with the second patio at the end of the hallway, steps away from the 2nd bedroom. Directly off the living room is the large patio with room for your BBQ grill, no restrictions for grilling on the patio at Coyote Landing. Coyote Landing is located near 2 highways in East Mesa. Shopping, dining, golfing, hiking, boating are all minutes away from this community. HOA dues are low and cover the amazing community amenities. At Coyote Landing residents can enjoy 2 heated pools, fitness center, sport court or the tot lot. Click here to view current listings at Coyote. To learn more about this amazing opportunity of owning at Coyote Landing, contact the sales team onsite, 480-788-7693. Follow us on Facebook, click here.
I often think about the desire to have a fireplace in Arizona. I mean how much of the year do you need to use it? There are times in winter that a fireplace would help heat the house. Yes we need to heat a house here in Arizona where the sun shines all the time. The temps cool off in the winter. Arizona may not be bitter cold like other areas but it does get down to the temps in the 30s. So would you choose to have a fireplace? Is that on your criteria when looking at houses?
Here are some things that buyers should look for:
- Cracks in foundation walls. It only takes a crack 1/64 of an inch wide to give termites and other wood destroying insects hidden access to a house.
- Leaking pipes and faucets. Termites as well as other insects, seek out moisture for survival. Leaking pipes can keep wood and soil continually damp and create a perfect home for termites.
- Wood debris around and under a house. Pieces of scrap lumber or firewood kept next to a structure can support a colony of termites.
- Sprinkler systems or bubblers placed near the outside wall of a structure. Excessive watering can attract termites to the structure.
- Flower planters. Planters allow hidden and direct access to unprotected siding and cracked stucco when built in direct contact with a house.
- Trellises and wooden fences. If a trellis or wood fence touches soil and is in contact with a structure, it provides a direct link between the subterranean termites in the soil and wood in the structure.
Termites are very common here in AZ and should not prevent you from purchasing a house. If you do not have termites at time of purchase you will one day. For those of you new to AZ, this may seem like a big deal but it is not. Make sure to have it treated once you find them and then keep the warranty effective
This swap meet is located just southeast of Coyote Landing Condos in Mesa, AZ. It is open from 9-4 Friday thru Sunday. Great place to visit for unique things with 1,600 booths to shop from. They serve breakfast for a low cost to get energy to shop the rest of the day. It is free to get in and there is a ton of parking. They are located at 10550 East Baseline Road, Mesa. Check out the website http://www.mesamarketplace.com