Archer Meadows is a neighborhood in San Tan Valley, Arizona. This subdivision consists of approximately 350 homesites launched in 2020 by US public homebuilder Meritage Homes. The amenity-filled community offers energy-efficient, affordable single-family housing options in a conveniently located neighborhood within minutes of two major freeways, the US 60 and the 202. Select homesites offer oversized lots with RV gates and parking. Archer Meadows is a gated community. Other neighborhood amenities include grassy areas, basketball hoops, parks, picnic tables, BBQ grilling areas, playgrounds, a disc golf course, a clubhouse, and a community swimming pool.
There are twelve different home floor plans available from Meritage Homes in the Archer Meadows neighborhood. All floor plan design options consist of both two-story and single-level homes. The residences are three to five bedrooms, two to three bathrooms, two to three-car garages, and a total living size ranging from 1200 to 2575 square feet. Lot sizes vary in size, with some oversized to accommodate a swimming pool, a garden of champions, even recreational vehicles.
First developed in 2020, new home prices in Archer Meadows ranged from approximately $250K to $350K depending on home size, features, lot, upgrades, and amenities.
Archer Meadows is near several other San Tan Valley and Queen Creek, Arizona neighborhoods. Probably most notable, the well-known Queen Creek private golf neighborhood Encanterra, a Trilogy resort community, is to the west, a couple of miles down Combs Road. Agricultural areas combined with subdivisions and stand-alone acreage residences surround this 2020 started subdivision in Greater Phoenix’s far east valley.
The Archer Meadows community located in San Tan Valley, AZ, is just a hop, skip, and a jump (well, technically a few miles or walking distance) from shopping, restaurants, recreation, and local attractions.
Streets bordering the community are East Combs Road to the north, N Ghost Rider Street to the east, East Stagecoach Pass Avenue to the south, and North Schnepf Road to the west.
Area attractions for both AZ locals, part-time residents, and tourists alike include two celebrated agritourism hot spots. Arizona’s only operational olive mill, The Queen Creek Olive Mill to the west, as well as, event venue, country market, U-Pick garden, glamping, and restaurant; Schnepf Farms to the west, about a five-mile drive to both establishments. Local revered meat shop and BBQ since 1979 The Pork Shop is within walking distance from Archer Meadows to the west on East Combs Road in San Tan Valley.
6 minutes – Banner Ironwood Medical Center – 3 miles west
8 minutes – Rural Metro Fire Department Station 842 – 3.5 miles west
28 minutes – Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport – 14 miles northwest
45 minutes – Sky Harbor Airport Phoenix – 42 miles northwest
55 minutes – Downtown Phoenix – 48 miles northwest
50 minutes – Old Town Scottsdale – 43 miles northwest
45 minutes – Downtown Tempe Mill Avenue – 40 miles northwest
40 minutes – Heritage District (Downtown Gilbert) – 30 miles northwest
36 minutes – SanTan Village, Gilbert – 17 miles northwest
40 minutes – Downtown Chandler – 30 miles northwest
20 minutes – Queen Creek Marketplace – 9 miles northwest
7 minutes – Fry’s Marketplace Grocery – 2.7 miles west
7 minutes – Shopping & Commercial Complex – 2.7 miles west
6 minutes – Lola Empanada – 3.8 miles southeast
10 minutes – The Big Tin Cotton Gin – 5.6 miles northwest
21 minutes – San Tan Mountain Regional Park – 10 miles southwest
Walking distance/in the neighborhood – SRP PayCenter – southeast corner of East Combs Road and North Schnepf Road
Walking distance/in the neighborhood – The Pork Shop – Local favorite at the southwest corner of East Combs Road and North Schnepf Road
Location, location, location is one characteristic that makes San Tan Valley, AZ neighborhood Archer Meadows special. It is a community situated in the rural outskirts of city living but close enough to local conveniences and services—also, modern unique amenities and comforts within the neighborhood’s gates, specifically a disc golf course.