Eastmark is a master-planned community in Mesa that is located near the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport. Its north and south borders reach East Elliot Road and East Pecos Road, respectively. Its west and east borders fall between South Ellsworth Road and South Signal Butte Road.
It prioritizes engagement and connectivity among neighbors and is close to the area’s award-winning schools. It offers a number of amenities to encourage residents to enjoy the community and stay fit, active and interested in the neighborhood.
Some of the amenities that residents have access to in exchange for their HOA fees include parks, recreational clubs and hiking and bike paths. The community hosts numerous events throughout the year, especially during holiday seasons like Halloween and Thanksgiving, that residents can take part in and engage with their neighbors.
One of its primary features is the Eastmark Great Park, which offers a number of features for families in the neighborhood. It is a public park that is operated by the city of Mesa. It has amenities like:
- A splash park
- A lake
- An event pavilion
- Fields and streams for exploring and hiking
The park is also the site of numerous community events geared toward both adults and children. It even has its own 1940s-style diner called the Handlebar Diner.
To help newcomers to the area get acquainted with the neighborhood, Eastmark has its own visitors center. It also has new resident resources that homeowners can use on its website.
Eastmark has its own public school district with elementary, middle and high schools. It also has learning academies and preschools that parents can make use of for their students.
Eastmark’s real estate market is primarily comprised of single-family homes. The average price for a home in this community is $316,000. The homes tend to be expansive and have as many as four to five bedrooms with two to three bathrooms.
They also range in size from 1500 to as much as 3000 square feet. The lots on which they are located average around 6000 square feet.
The homes are designed to be environmentally responsible and feature succulent or natural rock and stone landscaping. They also come with features like large kitchens with stainless steel appliances, recessed lighting and hardwood or tiled floors that are easy to maintain. Most homes additionally have two-car garages and exterior features like covered walkways.