Tempe, Arizona – In an expensive apartment complex, you get a lot of the same perks you get in a luxury apartment.
One of the perks of living in a high-end apartment complex is a large private patio with private shower, a private balcony, private kitchen, a big balcony with a deck, a large kitchen, private living room, and a large living room with a large sofa, a fireplace, and two full-size closets, plus a huge bedroom with an open ceiling, a double bed, and plenty of room for a king-size bed.
That’s all you really need.
Tempe is the most expensive place in the United States to buy a home in 2016 according to Zillow, but that’s only because it’s a high priced area.
In the middle of the desert, there are plenty of cheaper, less expensive, and more affordable homes in the same ZIP code.
A few examples: Avalon Manor, in Tempe.
The three-bedroom, three-bath home sits in a gated community on the outskirts of Tempe with a pool, tennis court, and tennis-playing area.
The property is on the market for $7,500,000.
Buck Creek Manor, also in Teme.
Located on the south side of Buck Creek, the three-bed, threebath home is a bit more of a walk-up.
It has a private driveway, a garage, and an open garage, plus an open deck.
Camelot Manor, located in Tempo, sits a bit further from the city and is closer to the river.
This four-bedroom home has a large backyard with a boat dock, a deck and a private pool.
Forbes listed this four-bed home as having a market value of $8.8 million.
Here’s a list of the priciest real estate markets in Arizona: AZ – Mesa, Tempe Maine – Portland, Portland Mississippi – Bryan, Jackson, Mobile, New Orleans, and Memphis Missouri – Springfield, St. Louis, and Kansas City Oklahoma – Okla City, Oklahoma Pennsylvania – Philadelphia, Pittsburgh, and Washington Vermont – Bergen, Burlington, and Waterbury Wyoming – Grand Forks, North Dakota