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Buckeye owes its prosperity to the farsighted pioneers who built the canal after which the town was named. Buckeye's agricultural past is still visible in the rambling acres of cotton and alfalfa; her future evident in housing developments and shopping centers springing up amid those fields. Just 35 miles west of Phoenix, the gentle desert landscape provides a welcome relief from the bustle and congestion of the big city, and the "small country town" personality remains in the friendly residents.

The homes of Buckeye reflect the tradition of steady growth and progress. Wonderful homes nestled within quiet, friendly neighborhoods offer the best in affordable suburban living. Home buyers can choose from new single-family residences, homes located in the historic district, or custom homes at the base of the White Tank Mountains. Choices are exceptional in the many surrounding master planned communities, as well as the neighborhood developments. Many residents, who commute to work in Phoenix and elsewhere in the area, find that they can take advantage of Buckeye's small town ambiance while also receiving a great deal more for their real estate dollar. Two of our communities were named among the "Top 100 Best Master-Planned Communities" in 2009 by Where to Retire Magazine.

Come check out Sun City Festival and Sundance for yourselves! Living in surroundings dominated by a desert climate means adjustment for many of the new residents. Average spring temperatures can range from 48 to 72 degrees F; summer ranges from 65 to 108 degrees F. Average rainfall is just over four inches. Monsoon from June through September brings wind and rain to the valley floor.