Chaparral Pines itself is one large neighborhood that was incorporated in 1996. It is an 860-acre residential community with 809 homesites. Of these 809 homesites more than 500 have had homes already built on them.
Within the larger Chaparral Pines development there are 3 smaller, defined neighborhoods to go along with the many custom homes. The three neighborhoods are Elk Run, Pine Island, and Wildflower Ridge. The homes in these neighborhoods are generally at a lower price point than the rest of Chaparral Pines starting in the low 300,000’s and going up to the mid 500,000’s. These neighborhoods have different minimum square footage requirements and building parameters than the rest of the homesites in Chaparral Pines and are a popular choice for second homes.
Be aware that Chaparral Pines is a private gated community and you cannot tour the homes or the club’s amenities unaccompanied. Please contact Dennis at paysonarizonarealestate.com for more information or to schedule an exploratory visit.
Homes in this neighborhood have minimum square footage requirement of 1,250 square feet exclusive of garages, crawl spaces, unfinished basements, patios, breezeways, and other unheated areas. The homes have been built by different builders, but within specified Elk Run parameters so they all have a similar chalet style look. Most of the lots here have been sold and built on, but resale houses become available periodically.
Homes in Pine Island have a minimum square footage of 1450 square feet exclusive of garages, crawl spaces, unfinished basements, patios, breezeways, and other unheated areas.
This neighborhood sits amidst the pine trees surrounded by the Chaparral Pines Golf Course and two water features. Most of the lots have been bought and developed but resale properties are occasionally available.
Homes in Wildflower Ridge have a minimum square footage of 1500 square feet exclusive of garages, crawl spaces, unfinished basements, patios, breezeways, and other unheated areas. Homes in this Chaparral Pines neighborhood have a slightly different look and are more likely to have mountain views with a few homes bordering water. As with the other two smaller neighborhoods most of the lots have been bought and built on but resale properties are sometimes available.