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About Las Sendas
Las Sendas is bordered by the beautiful Usery Mountains and Tonto National Forest in Mesa's northeast corner. Residents of Las Sendas are surrounded by spectacular mountain and vistas views that are enhanced by the natural desert surroundings. It is not uncommon to see roadrunners, baby quail, geckos and jackrabbits in Las Sendas. Las Sendas has several amenities that include; a public golf course, club house, pools, hiking and walking paths, parks and tennis courts. The community name 'Las Sendas' means 'The Paths' in English. These trails are spread throughout the 2,400 acre community and coil through large areas of desert flora.
Las Sendas Real Estate
The majority of homes in Las Sendas are either custom estates or single-family homes that were built by Blanford Homes. You will find many of custom home neighborhoods near the Las Sendas Championship Golf Course. The prices start around $275,000 for a 3bed, 2bath, 1,500 square foot home and go up to $3 million for a custom 6,000 sq. foot golf course home. The median home price in Las Sendas is nearly $600,000 and price per square foot is around $215. There is also a gated condo / townhome development in Las Sendas that was built by Cachet Homes. Prices for these units range from $250,000 to $375,000.
A child-oriented fine arts center featuring changing art exhibits and unique hands-on art activities for children. As one of only two museums in the United States with a fine arts focus, it offers children excitement and stimulation in a fun environment designed for learning and creative expression. Voted one of the nation’s best children’s museums by USA Today. Call for weekly special event dates and times: (480) 644-2467.
As your group enters the Rockin’ R Ranch trough the “Dutchman’s Cave,” they are greeted with hot, Dutch oven biscuits cooked over mesquite coals. Next, you can pan for gold, shoot a real Colt 45, wander through our western gift shops, or wash down the trail dust at the Saloon where they choose their own saddle to “belly up to the bar.” There is also a wild west stage show to enjoy. For further information, call: (480) 832-1539.
You can visit the museum for the exhibits or live performances or you can take a class and learn to reveal your own artistic expression! There are dance and comedy shows, as well as musical performances. Fun for the whole family! The museum is located on East Main Street in Mesa and admission is free. For further information, call: (480) 644-6560.