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With six bedrooms, it was one of the largest and was certainly the most expensive home sold in Maricopa in 2019.

A 4,380-square-foot Fulton Home at 22737 N. Sunset Drive in Cobblestone Farms was sold by its owner/agent for $470,000 in August. It had previously been on the market 11 years earlier for $359,900. The house not only went through major remodeling with lots of custom accessories but also had prime location on a cul-de-sec next to a greenbelt and overlooking a community water feature.

The home included a swimming pool, a spa and a gym. Besides the three-car garage, there was parking for up to three vehicles on its long driveway.

Built in 2005, the house was on the market two months. It sold for $10,000 under its asking price.

In the city, the house with the next-highest selling price was a four-bedroom, four-bath home in Province that went for $440,000. Province had six homes in the Top 10 most-expensive homes of the year. Two were in Cobblestone Farms, one in Rancho El Dorado and one in Homestead North. Outside the city limits, a home on Barrel Road in Hidden Valley sold for $460,000.


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Least-expensive home of the year hearkens back to 1970s

The “North Maricopa” section of the Heritage District had the least expensive home sold in 2019.

Built in 1974 at 54220 W. Madison Ave., it had three bedrooms and one bathroom, no garage but covered parking and a great view of the parking lot of the former city council building. It sold for $108,000 in June, its first time on the market.

The property included the 1,040-square-foot home on a roomy 11,000-square-foot lot that was walking distance to shopping areas, the post office and the courthouse.

Of the Top 10 least-expensive homes sold in 2019, three were in Rancho El Dorado, two each in the Heritage District and Tortosa and one each in Sorrento, The Lakes and Desert Passage.


This item appears in part in the January issue of InMaricopa.

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