Moving To Surprise

Exploring non-Age restricted neighborhoods

The Surprise, Arizona area has many outstanding communities. Moving and relocating a family can be an emotional and stressful time in a family's life. Our goal is to help eliminate the stress, streamline the home selection process, and help you make wise and positive changes.

Looking for a Non-Age Restricted Community in Surprise, AZ?

The good news is there are a lot of neighborhoods to choose from and the not so good news is it can be overwhelming when you are new to an area!

We are fortunate to have options to offer our clients. There are over 35+ family neighborhoods in the Surprise area and more growing every day. Here are some highlighted neighborhoods.

As knowledgeable realtors, we can help you narrow down those choices. Surprise, Arizona has an abundance of neighborhoods, new construction and nicely matured communities, making it difficult to choose which is the right one to call home.

We recommend spending time with us touring various neighborhoods and previewing homes on the market to help you make that final decision.


Marley Park is designed to create a “feeling of home” with tree lined streets, parks, and a variety of architectural styles of homes. The community will be 950 acres with Phase I and II at 1200 home sites and a plan for 3700 homes in total. The first homes were started in 2005.

Styles of homes are single family, attached, or courtyard homes. Choose from bungalow, cottage, craftsman, Monterey, Spanish, Traditional, and ranch. Streets have a quaintness to them and balanced with character and enhanced with green spaces and parks.

Marley Park is a pedestrian friendly community and has lighted baseball and soccer fields. There is a 1600 seat open air amphitheater, a community rose garden, play areas, and a community pool. Schools for Marley Park elementary and middle school students are either Marley Park Elementary or Luke Elementary. All students attend Dysart High School.
Marley Park Website


Surprise Farms has beautiful tree-lined streets and well -balanced open spaces to give a welcoming feel as you drive through the neighborhood.

Surprise Farms has 6800 homes in 5 subdivisions, I,II,III,IV,V. Located east of the beautiful White Tank Mountains and close to major freeways, it is a well-designed residential community.

There are 45 open green spaces, 15 parks, covered and uncovered picnic areas, and walking trails. There is a dog park, splash pad, skateboard park, and 4 baseball diamonds. The Surprise Farms Community Private Park has sand volleyball, baseball, playground, and shaded picnic areas.

There is a fire/medical station and proximity to emergency and hospital care.

There are three schools and one charter school. Cimmaron Springs Elementary, Western Peaks Elementary, and Willow Canyon High School. Canyon Ridge Charter School.


Copper Canyon Ranch also known as Mountain Gate is one of the few gated family residential neighborhoods in the Surprise area.

Part of the community has 1500 to 3000 square foot homes and the other section has ½ to 1 acre lots with executive homes built by William Lyon. Those homes are 3200 to 5000 square feet. Some homes have separate additional garages and casitas.

The homes were built in the mid 2000’s by a variety of home builders. The homes are within the Dysart School District and younger children attend Rancho Gabriela Elementary. Copper Canyon Ranch is close to the 303 and 101 freeways.