Lakeside living in Tempe AZ offers a unique opportunity to live an urban / active lifestyle where people have easy access to hiking, biking, boating, sand volleyball and so much more. Living in or near the Mill Avenue district, people also have the convenience of a lifestyle that is arguably Arizona’s most urban environment with incredible restaurants, shopping, and nightlife, along with a good ( and improving ) transportation system that allows easy access to some of the valley’s top sports and entertainment destinations.
From your home near Tempe Town Lake you are just minutes from the Phoenix light rail line where you can get to even more sports and entertainment venues, concert halls, the Heard Museum, US Airways Center, Chase Field, etc., etc. Seriously, the entertainment options are nearly endless.
Sports? Did I mention that people living near Tempe Town Lake practically have ASU in their back yard? Join the fun in cheering on the Sun Devils!
So, what communities are close to the lake? I thought you’d never ask.
Let’s take a look at 4 of them:
The North Shore Condominiums are, surprisingly enough, on the north side of the lake. While North Shore is the furthest from a light rail station, the location still rocks and is conveniently located near freeways, Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, the Mill Avenue District, Tempe Marketplace, Arizona State University, restaurants, golf, shopping, entertainment and so much more. Northshore offers some great views in a resort-like setting.
Several different views are available from the condos at North Shore. The units facing the courtyard have views of the water, while other units can see Sun Devil Stadium and down to Hayden Ferry.
Speaking of Hayden Ferry, you have two gorgeous buildings to choose from at Hayden Ferry Lakeside. The two buildings are Edgewater and Bridgeview.When people think of luxury lake front living near Tempe Beach Park, these two buildings are normally at the top of the list. Awesome location, amazing views, and amenities galore can all be found at Hayden Ferry.
Not far from Hayden Ferry you’ll find Regatta Pointe:
Regatta Pointe consists of three buildings with separate addresses. If you just need to be close to the shores of Tempe Town Lake, this place has you covered. If you need some awesome views of the lake and /or the nearby mountains, make sure to look at the correct building. I’m pretty sure that your favorite Tempe real estate agent can help you make some good decisions. 🙂
525 Town Lake is the address and community that rounds out our examples of Tempe lakeside living. This gated community is just south of the lake off of Rio Salado Parkway. I like the look and feel of this community even though they don’t have quite the “views” as some of the other buildings. As with all four of these examples, you are minutes from a lifestyle that many people didn’t know existed in Arizona. You really should get out and explore all that is happening around Tempe Beach Park and Tempe Town Lake.
The future is sure to bring even more entertainment and recreational options to the area.
Again, if you would like more information about the “urban beach” lifestyle that can be found in Tempe, feel free to contact Rail Life via Twitter, Facebook, or you can reach Nick Bastian at Realty Executives by calling 602-803-6425.
Take a closer look at “lakeside living” in Tempe, you just might like what you find…