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256 Apartments for rent in San Tan Valley, AZ

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1712 West Loemann Drive
1712 W Loemann Dr
San Tan Valley, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,785
2191 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:44 PM
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1 Unit Available
3162 West Allens Peak Drive
3162 West Allens Peak Drive
San Tan Valley, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$2,150
1731 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:44 PM
3d TOUR !!! https://my.matterport.com/show/?m=VUeGwAa2xiD 200 dollar electric credit added into rent per month.
1 Unit Available
38437 North Sandy Court
38437 North Sandy Court
San Tan Valley, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,899
2812 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:44 PM
Will only consider 650+ FICO scores! Room for the whole family. This lovely 4 bedroom with Loft has plenty of room for the whole family to enjoy. With soaring ceilings, two Living Spaces, and a Loft upstairs.
1 Unit Available
804 W Dana Drive
804 West Dana Drive
San Tan Valley, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,475
1459 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:34 PM
Look no further! You have found your next home! This spacious 3 bedroom 2 bath home features 1448 of living space, large great room, PLUS den/bonus room, kitchen island, pot rack, stainless steel appliances, and washer and dryer! Enjoy the community
1 Unit Available
2576 W PROSPECTOR Way
2576 West Prospector Way
San Tan Valley, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,825
1967 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:32 PM
Clean and ready to go now! Our application process is first come first served. We do not take a bunch and pick one. Come see it in person before it's gone!
1 Unit Available
960 E LESLIE Avenue
960 Leslie Avenue
San Tan Valley, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,800
1737 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:32 PM
This amazing and spacious 3 bedroom PLUS an additional room space that can be used as a den, office or a 4th bedroom, this home has it all! It features a lovely open concept floor plan, large kitchen space and a ton of cabinets.
1 Unit Available
88 W SUNDANCE Court
88 West Sundance Court
San Tan Valley, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$2,500
1585 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:32 PM
A Del Webb 55+ gated, golf community. Beautiful, fully furnished 1585 sq ft 2BR/2BA + a den w/ a sound proof sliding door added forprivacy. 18x18 Tile flooring in main areas, vinyl hardwood in master and carpet in guest room.
1 Unit Available
35801 N ZACHARY Road
35801 North Zachary Road
San Tan Valley, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,625
1658 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:32 PM
Fantastic 3bedroom + a den and 2 Bathroom home in a great part of San Tan Valley. This home has tile in all the walkways, kitchen, and dining areas. New carpet in the living room and bedrooms. Great split layout and open floor plan.
1 Unit Available
769 W OAK TREE Lane
769 West Oak Tree Lane
San Tan Valley, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,850
2201 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:32 PM
Must see two story 3 bed/2.5 bath San Tan Valley home available in highly sought after Skyline Ranch. Well placed on a large N/S facing lot, walking distance to two community parks, shopping, restaurants and the elementary schools.
1 Unit Available
4931 E AMARILLO Drive
4931 Amarillo Drive
San Tan Valley, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$6,800
1876 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:32 PM
Beautiful 4 bedroom single family home in San Tan Valley with a 2 car garage, private backyard with heated pool, game room, ping pong table and brand new furnishings! Short term, seasonal rental. Pricing varies by season. $2800.00 to $6800.
1 Unit Available
3681 E CAMDEN Avenue
3681 Camden Avenue
San Tan Valley, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$2,850
2014 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:32 PM
FULLY FURNISHED spacious 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom rental located in Santan Valley. Great covered patio for outdoor living with a large pool to relax in. The pool is not heated, but luckily this is Arizona. Master has double sinks with a shower and tub.
1 Unit Available
177 W TWIN PEAKS Parkway
177 West Twin Peaks Parkway
San Tan Valley, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$3,300
1416 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:32 PM
90 DAY MIN Golfer's Paradise! New to the market. FURNISHED RENTAL. Golf views from patio of this contemporary 2 bedroom/2 bath beautiful home. All brand new furnishings throughout the home. Super single story design with 2 car garage.
1 Unit Available
3847 E STRATFORD Place
3847 East Stratford Plaza
San Tan Valley, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$4,500
1697 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:32 PM
This relaxing 4 bedroom 2 bath FULLY FURNISHED VACATION RENTAL with split floor plan is a perfect home for a family retreat or to share with friends.
1 Unit Available
2726 W GOLD DUST Avenue
2726 West Gold Dust Avenue
San Tan Valley, AZ
5 Bedrooms
$1,850
2723 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:32 PM
San Tan Heights. 5 bed, 2.
1 Unit Available
32236 N ECHO CANYON Road
32236 Echo Canyon Road
San Tan Valley, AZ
2 Bedrooms
$3,300
1416 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:32 PM
90 DAY MINIMUM FULLY FURNISHED Awesome 55+ Active Adult Community. FURNISHED rental in the coveted Solera Johnson Ranch. Home is in excellent condition and features 2 bedrooms and 2 full baths with an open floor plan. Kitchen open to the living room.
1 Unit Available
668 E TAYLOR Trail
668 East Taylor Trail
San Tan Valley, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$5,000
2734 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:32 PM
FULLY FURNISHED Exceptional Pool Home w/Stunning Golf ViewsThis great 2 story stunner offers 4 bedrooms and 3 baths with one bedroom and full bath being on the ground floor for ease and privacy.
1 Unit Available
2948 W PEGGY Drive
2948 West Peggy Drive
San Tan Valley, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$2,970
1311 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:32 PM
ULLY FURNISHED! This home is a perfect getaway from your home away from home. 3 beautiful bedrooms with a king sized Master Bedroom. The bed is king and the master bath is like a spa.
1 Unit Available
3020 E SILVERBELL Road
3020 East Silverbell Road
San Tan Valley, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,450
1462 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:32 PM
This charming home is ready for immediate move-in. Attractive curb appeal in Copper Basin community. Light, bright, open and great room plan with vaulted ceilings. Spacious eat-in kitchen. Stainless steel appliances. Master suite has walk-in shower.
1 Unit Available
94 W SUN RAY Drive
94 West Sun Ray Drive
San Tan Valley, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$1,695
2496 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 05:32 PM
Absolutely beautiful 4 bedroom home in desirable Johnson Ranch. Freshly painted Open floor plan. New plank and tile flooring Nice size master w/ Separate shower/tub and private deck.
1 Unit Available
4755 East Argentite Street
4755 E Argentite St
San Tan Valley, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,695
1500 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 02:35 PM
Public Remarks: Hurry to see this adorable one story home located in a corner lot!! Enter home to see the lovely living room.
1 Unit Available
61 E. Mill Reef Dr.
61 East Mill Reef Drive
San Tan Valley, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,700
2167 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
San Tan Valley Charmer! - Don't miss out on this great house. It is a split floor-plan 3 bedroom plus den / 2 bath home ready for immediate move in.
1 Unit Available
33782 N. Mercedes Dr.
33782 N Mercedes Dr
San Tan Valley, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,500
1505 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 10:28 AM
3 Bedroom Charmer Ready for Immediate Move-In - San Tan Valley - Really cute 3 bedroom plus den, 2 bath home ready for immediate move-in. Eat-in kitchen is spacious w/ plenty of cabinet /counter top space.
1 Unit Available
1321 E Baker Dr
1321 East Baker Drive
San Tan Valley, AZ
3 Bedrooms
$1,700
1909 sqft
4 Bedrooms
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Last updated November 26 at 08:35 AM
ACT FAST!!! This will not last!! Spacious and Open floor-plan! Great neighborhood close to play area, walking path and park.
1 Unit Available
29475 N. Candlewood Drive
29475 N Candlewood Dr
San Tan Valley, AZ
4 Bedrooms
$2,395
2968 sqft
Last updated November 26 at 08:35 AM
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You can use the off-campus housing filters to find apartments near colleges located in or around San Tan Valley. Some of the colleges and universities in the area include Arizona State University-Tempe, GateWay Community College, Mesa Community College, Rio Salado College, and Paradise Valley Community College.
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City Guide

San Tan Valley
"I ain't movin' to Arizona! Dammit, there is nothin' there but gravel and scorpions." (- Mary Doria Russell)
"I ain't movin' to Arizona! Dammit, there is nothin' there but gravel and scorpions." (- Mary Doria Russell)

San Tan Valley is a bedroom community in Pinal County, about 45 minutes east of Phoenix. Its population is around 81,000, which is a big jump from the 3,000 or so residents it had in the year 2000. Its main attraction seems to be cheap, new houses, so if you're in the market for housing and don't mind a bit of a drive from the Phoenix area, you should definitely check out this city.

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A whopping 65% of the homes in San Tan Valey are owned, while a mere 19% are rented. The vacancy rate is around 16%, so you can take your time looking for a rental. Just make sure you're okay with a house rental as opposed to a condo or apartment, since many of these newer, cheaper cities in Arizona don't yet have a market for multifamily homes. After all, you can rent a house here for what you would pay for a cramped, old apartment in a larger city!

Homes here are a little cheaper than the national average, which makes sense because the cost of living is a bit lower than average, too. And the kicker is that houses here are much newer, with 9 years old being the average age of residences! It's no wonder this city grew so fast despite not really being near anything of interest in the Phoenix area unless you count some strip malls and golf courses.

The rental industry here is not all that competitive compared to many larger cities, so don't feel pressured to have the best credit score or the first deposit. However, these things can help if you find the perfect rental and want to make sure no one else grabs it before you do, so bring your checkbook, proof of income, and an impressive rental history to be on the safe side.

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A whopping 65% of the homes in San Tan Valey are owned, while a mere 19% are rented. The vacancy rate is around 16%, so you can take your time looking for a rental. Just make sure you're okay with a house rental as opposed to a condo or apartment, since many of these newer, cheaper cities in Arizona don't yet have a market for multifamily homes. After all, you can rent a house here for what you would pay for a cramped, old apartment in a larger city!

Homes here are a little cheaper than the national average, which makes sense because the cost of living is a bit lower than average, too. And the kicker is that houses here are much newer, with 9 years old being the average age of residences! It's no wonder this city grew so fast despite not really being near anything of interest in the Phoenix area unless you count some strip malls and golf courses.

The rental industry here is not all that competitive compared to many larger cities, so don't feel pressured to have the best credit score or the first deposit. However, these things can help if you find the perfect rental and want to make sure no one else grabs it before you do, so bring your checkbook, proof of income, and an impressive rental history to be on the safe side.

Neighborhoods in San Tan Valley

Just as you'll find in many other fast growing, newer cities in Arizona, there are plenty of clean, cookie cutter neighborhoods to choose from. In fact, you probably won't be able to tell them apart from each other! Check out a few of your choices if you plan to live in San Tan Valley.

Johnson Ranch: This is among the most popular areas of the city, partly because of its golf course that allows residents to get great views. There are also several parks, sport courts, and a lake in this neighborhood. A variety of homebuilders constructed the houses here, mostly in the late 1990s. $$$

Copper Basin: This is one of the newer communities in San Tan Valley. In fact, it is still growing with new construction. It has a park, YMCA, fire station, and shopping centers within walking distance. $$$

Circle Cross Ranch: If you want to live in a newer neighborhood somewhat close to the northern part of the city, this is it. The homes are brand new but still affordable, and this area is close to a major regional park and a few shopping centers. $$$

Castlegate This area is on the northeastern side of the city, along Ocotillo Road, which gives you a straight shot west to Chandler. If you want a home that has anywhere from 2000 to 3000 square feet, check out this area. $$$

Morning Sun Farms: This is one of the westernmost neighborhoods in San Tan Valley. This means it is a good option for anyone commuting to Chandler, downtown Phoenix, or other cities west of this area. Most of the homes here were built after 2004, so they are still fairly new, and they're within a few miles of stores and restaurants. *$$$$
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San Tan Heights: This is another newer part of San Tan Valley not that there are any truly old areas here at this point! Like so many other communities here, it is close to eateries and shops, and there are plenty of sports fields and playgrounds within walking distance of every home here. $$$$

Pecan Creek: If you want to live near major city streets like Combs, Chandler Heights, or Ocotillo Road, Pecan Creek is a good option. This area is also by a golf course called The Links, and it encompasses a few elementary schools, making it very family friendly. $$$$

Neighborhoods in San Tan Valley
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Just as you'll find in many other fast growing, newer cities in Arizona, there are plenty of clean, cookie cutter neighborhoods to choose from. In fact, you probably won't be able to tell them apart from each other! Check out a few of your choices if you plan to live in San Tan Valley.

Johnson Ranch: This is among the most popular areas of the city, partly because of its golf course that allows residents to get great views. There are also several parks, sport courts, and a lake in this neighborhood. A variety of homebuilders constructed the houses here, mostly in the late 1990s. $$$

Copper Basin: This is one of the newer communities in San Tan Valley. In fact, it is still growing with new construction. It has a park, YMCA, fire station, and shopping centers within walking distance. $$$

Circle Cross Ranch: If you want to live in a newer neighborhood somewhat close to the northern part of the city, this is it. The homes are brand new but still affordable, and this area is close to a major regional park and a few shopping centers. $$$

Castlegate This area is on the northeastern side of the city, along Ocotillo Road, which gives you a straight shot west to Chandler. If you want a home that has anywhere from 2000 to 3000 square feet, check out this area. $$$

Morning Sun Farms: This is one of the westernmost neighborhoods in San Tan Valley. This means it is a good option for anyone commuting to Chandler, downtown Phoenix, or other cities west of this area. Most of the homes here were built after 2004, so they are still fairly new, and they're within a few miles of stores and restaurants. *$$$$
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San Tan Heights: This is another newer part of San Tan Valley not that there are any truly old areas here at this point! Like so many other communities here, it is close to eateries and shops, and there are plenty of sports fields and playgrounds within walking distance of every home here. $$$$

Pecan Creek: If you want to live near major city streets like Combs, Chandler Heights, or Ocotillo Road, Pecan Creek is a good option. This area is also by a golf course called The Links, and it encompasses a few elementary schools, making it very family friendly. $$$$

San Tan Valley Living

You'll be on the edge of the Phoenix metropolitan area if you move here, so you will most certainly need a car. There aren't really any public transportation options unless you count paying for taxicabs or private shuttles. The average commute time in this city is about 35 minutes, and only about 15% of the residents here try to reduce freeway congestion by carpooling. If you're like most people living in this city, you will probably work in Phoenix, Scottsdale, or Tempe. In that case, you will likely take Hunt Highway to leave the city, and then catch the US 60 or Loop 202 freeways to get to work.

When it comes to recreation in this city, you can hit some balls at the Golf Club at Johnson Ranch. Speaking of ranches, you can ride horses at one of the handful of real ranches in the area, provided it's not scorching outside (which means you should not try this during the summer!)

Some of the other things to do sound like they should be located in San Tan Valley, but inexplicably, they're not. For example, San Tan Mountain Regional Park is just outside this area in Queen Creek, and it features opportunities for hiking, biking, camping, and more. San Tan Village is a mall that is technically in Gilbert, but once you're a San Tan Valley resident, you'll feel compelled to go there at least once in a while.

San Tan Valley Living
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You'll be on the edge of the Phoenix metropolitan area if you move here, so you will most certainly need a car. There aren't really any public transportation options unless you count paying for taxicabs or private shuttles. The average commute time in this city is about 35 minutes, and only about 15% of the residents here try to reduce freeway congestion by carpooling. If you're like most people living in this city, you will probably work in Phoenix, Scottsdale, or Tempe. In that case, you will likely take Hunt Highway to leave the city, and then catch the US 60 or Loop 202 freeways to get to work.

When it comes to recreation in this city, you can hit some balls at the Golf Club at Johnson Ranch. Speaking of ranches, you can ride horses at one of the handful of real ranches in the area, provided it's not scorching outside (which means you should not try this during the summer!)

Some of the other things to do sound like they should be located in San Tan Valley, but inexplicably, they're not. For example, San Tan Mountain Regional Park is just outside this area in Queen Creek, and it features opportunities for hiking, biking, camping, and more. San Tan Village is a mall that is technically in Gilbert, but once you're a San Tan Valley resident, you'll feel compelled to go there at least once in a while.

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San Tan Valley
"I ain't movin' to Arizona! Dammit, there is nothin' there but gravel and scorpions." (- Mary Doria Russell)
"I ain't movin' to Arizona! Dammit, there is nothin' there but gravel and scorpions." (- Mary Doria Russell)

San Tan Valley is a bedroom community in Pinal County, about 45 minutes east of Phoenix. Its population is around 81,000, which is a big jump from the 3,000 or so residents it had in the year 2000. Its main attraction seems to be cheap, new houses, so if you're in the market for housing and don't mind a bit of a drive from the Phoenix area, you should definitely check out this city.

Searching for Rentals

A whopping 65% of the homes in San Tan Valey are owned, while a mere 19% are rented. The vacancy rate is around 16%, so you can take your time looking for a rental. Just make sure you're okay with a house rental as opposed to a condo or apartment, since many of these newer, cheaper cities in Arizona don't yet have a market for multifamily homes. After all, you can rent a house here for what you would pay for a cramped, old apartment in a larger city!

Homes here are a little cheaper than the national average, which makes sense because the cost of living is a bit lower than average, too. And the kicker is that houses here are much newer, with 9 years old being the average age of residences! It's no wonder this city grew so fast despite not really being near anything of interest in the Phoenix area unless you count some strip malls and golf courses.

The rental industry here is not all that competitive compared to many larger cities, so don't feel pressured to have the best credit score or the first deposit. However, these things can help if you find the perfect rental and want to make sure no one else grabs it before you do, so bring your checkbook, proof of income, and an impressive rental history to be on the safe side.

Searching for Rentals
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A whopping 65% of the homes in San Tan Valey are owned, while a mere 19% are rented. The vacancy rate is around 16%, so you can take your time looking for a rental. Just make sure you're okay with a house rental as opposed to a condo or apartment, since many of these newer, cheaper cities in Arizona don't yet have a market for multifamily homes. After all, you can rent a house here for what you would pay for a cramped, old apartment in a larger city!

Homes here are a little cheaper than the national average, which makes sense because the cost of living is a bit lower than average, too. And the kicker is that houses here are much newer, with 9 years old being the average age of residences! It's no wonder this city grew so fast despite not really being near anything of interest in the Phoenix area unless you count some strip malls and golf courses.

The rental industry here is not all that competitive compared to many larger cities, so don't feel pressured to have the best credit score or the first deposit. However, these things can help if you find the perfect rental and want to make sure no one else grabs it before you do, so bring your checkbook, proof of income, and an impressive rental history to be on the safe side.

Neighborhoods in San Tan Valley

Just as you'll find in many other fast growing, newer cities in Arizona, there are plenty of clean, cookie cutter neighborhoods to choose from. In fact, you probably won't be able to tell them apart from each other! Check out a few of your choices if you plan to live in San Tan Valley.

Johnson Ranch: This is among the most popular areas of the city, partly because of its golf course that allows residents to get great views. There are also several parks, sport courts, and a lake in this neighborhood. A variety of homebuilders constructed the houses here, mostly in the late 1990s. $$$

Copper Basin: This is one of the newer communities in San Tan Valley. In fact, it is still growing with new construction. It has a park, YMCA, fire station, and shopping centers within walking distance. $$$

Circle Cross Ranch: If you want to live in a newer neighborhood somewhat close to the northern part of the city, this is it. The homes are brand new but still affordable, and this area is close to a major regional park and a few shopping centers. $$$

Castlegate This area is on the northeastern side of the city, along Ocotillo Road, which gives you a straight shot west to Chandler. If you want a home that has anywhere from 2000 to 3000 square feet, check out this area. $$$

Morning Sun Farms: This is one of the westernmost neighborhoods in San Tan Valley. This means it is a good option for anyone commuting to Chandler, downtown Phoenix, or other cities west of this area. Most of the homes here were built after 2004, so they are still fairly new, and they're within a few miles of stores and restaurants. *$$$$
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San Tan Heights: This is another newer part of San Tan Valley not that there are any truly old areas here at this point! Like so many other communities here, it is close to eateries and shops, and there are plenty of sports fields and playgrounds within walking distance of every home here. $$$$

Pecan Creek: If you want to live near major city streets like Combs, Chandler Heights, or Ocotillo Road, Pecan Creek is a good option. This area is also by a golf course called The Links, and it encompasses a few elementary schools, making it very family friendly. $$$$

Neighborhoods in San Tan Valley
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Just as you'll find in many other fast growing, newer cities in Arizona, there are plenty of clean, cookie cutter neighborhoods to choose from. In fact, you probably won't be able to tell them apart from each other! Check out a few of your choices if you plan to live in San Tan Valley.

Johnson Ranch: This is among the most popular areas of the city, partly because of its golf course that allows residents to get great views. There are also several parks, sport courts, and a lake in this neighborhood. A variety of homebuilders constructed the houses here, mostly in the late 1990s. $$$

Copper Basin: This is one of the newer communities in San Tan Valley. In fact, it is still growing with new construction. It has a park, YMCA, fire station, and shopping centers within walking distance. $$$

Circle Cross Ranch: If you want to live in a newer neighborhood somewhat close to the northern part of the city, this is it. The homes are brand new but still affordable, and this area is close to a major regional park and a few shopping centers. $$$

Castlegate This area is on the northeastern side of the city, along Ocotillo Road, which gives you a straight shot west to Chandler. If you want a home that has anywhere from 2000 to 3000 square feet, check out this area. $$$

Morning Sun Farms: This is one of the westernmost neighborhoods in San Tan Valley. This means it is a good option for anyone commuting to Chandler, downtown Phoenix, or other cities west of this area. Most of the homes here were built after 2004, so they are still fairly new, and they're within a few miles of stores and restaurants. *$$$$
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San Tan Heights: This is another newer part of San Tan Valley not that there are any truly old areas here at this point! Like so many other communities here, it is close to eateries and shops, and there are plenty of sports fields and playgrounds within walking distance of every home here. $$$$

Pecan Creek: If you want to live near major city streets like Combs, Chandler Heights, or Ocotillo Road, Pecan Creek is a good option. This area is also by a golf course called The Links, and it encompasses a few elementary schools, making it very family friendly. $$$$

San Tan Valley Living

You'll be on the edge of the Phoenix metropolitan area if you move here, so you will most certainly need a car. There aren't really any public transportation options unless you count paying for taxicabs or private shuttles. The average commute time in this city is about 35 minutes, and only about 15% of the residents here try to reduce freeway congestion by carpooling. If you're like most people living in this city, you will probably work in Phoenix, Scottsdale, or Tempe. In that case, you will likely take Hunt Highway to leave the city, and then catch the US 60 or Loop 202 freeways to get to work.

When it comes to recreation in this city, you can hit some balls at the Golf Club at Johnson Ranch. Speaking of ranches, you can ride horses at one of the handful of real ranches in the area, provided it's not scorching outside (which means you should not try this during the summer!)

Some of the other things to do sound like they should be located in San Tan Valley, but inexplicably, they're not. For example, San Tan Mountain Regional Park is just outside this area in Queen Creek, and it features opportunities for hiking, biking, camping, and more. San Tan Village is a mall that is technically in Gilbert, but once you're a San Tan Valley resident, you'll feel compelled to go there at least once in a while.

San Tan Valley Living
+

You'll be on the edge of the Phoenix metropolitan area if you move here, so you will most certainly need a car. There aren't really any public transportation options unless you count paying for taxicabs or private shuttles. The average commute time in this city is about 35 minutes, and only about 15% of the residents here try to reduce freeway congestion by carpooling. If you're like most people living in this city, you will probably work in Phoenix, Scottsdale, or Tempe. In that case, you will likely take Hunt Highway to leave the city, and then catch the US 60 or Loop 202 freeways to get to work.

When it comes to recreation in this city, you can hit some balls at the Golf Club at Johnson Ranch. Speaking of ranches, you can ride horses at one of the handful of real ranches in the area, provided it's not scorching outside (which means you should not try this during the summer!)

Some of the other things to do sound like they should be located in San Tan Valley, but inexplicably, they're not. For example, San Tan Mountain Regional Park is just outside this area in Queen Creek, and it features opportunities for hiking, biking, camping, and more. San Tan Village is a mall that is technically in Gilbert, but once you're a San Tan Valley resident, you'll feel compelled to go there at least once in a while.