Dorado Estates in Queen Creek nears completion, home sites selling

Dorada Estates, located at Ocotillo and Recker Roads in Queen Creek, is almost complete. (Submitted photo)

Toll Brothers nears completion of Dorada Estates, a new community on the border of Queen Creek and Gilbert.

According to a press release, about 90 percent of 112 estate-sized home sites have been sold. In addition to remaining home sites, several quick delivery homes are available, with starting prices from the low-$600,000s.

Dorada Estates offers a selection of five one-and-two story home designs ranging from 3,461 to 6,668 square feet with up to seven bedrooms and up to four-and-one-half bathrooms with four-car garages.

Homes feature open floor plans, great rooms, gourmet kitchens, formal dining rooms, master suites and indoor-outdoor spaces, the release detailed.

Architectural styles include a selection of Spanish Colonial, Andalusian, Craftsman and Modern Ranch elevations, the release described, adding that basements and casitas are options available on some homes.

Dorada Estates is noted to have a scenic mountain backdrop, a gated entrance that serves as a traffic deterrent, the release said. Families with school-aged children will appreciate that the community is in the Chandler Unified School District.

Other neighborhood amenities include a central park with a playground, ramada, half basketball court, plus greenbelts and walking paths, added the release about the estates located at Ocotillo and Recker Roads, minutes from SanTan Village and the new Queen Creek Marketplace.

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