Oasis in Santa Rosa Springs

Maricopa, AZ

Oasis at Santa Rosa Springs is located in the charming town of Maricopa, where small town friendliness meets the convenience of city life. Exceptional quality, affordable pricing and unsurpassed customer service make this the perfect place to call home. With homes ranging from 1586-2507 sq ft, and features like craft rooms, lofts, expanding 9ft and 12ft sliding glass doors, tankless water heaters, and 15 SEER air conditioning units, choices, change and charisma is awaiting you.

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Luna Elevation B
Ready to Build

Luna Plan

3 Beds 2 Baths 1586 Sq Ft

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Oasis at Santa Rosa Springs, Maricopa, AZ

from $184,990

Tonto- Elevation C 1746sq ft
Ready to Build

Tonto Plan

4 Beds 2 1/2 Baths 1746 Sq Ft

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Oasis at Santa Rosa Springs, Maricopa, AZ

from $196,990

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Verde Plan

4 Beds 2 1/2 Baths 2131 Sq Ft

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Oasis at Santa Rosa Springs, Maricopa, AZ

from $215,990

Zuni Elevation C
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Zuni Plan

4 Beds 3 Baths 2507 Sq Ft

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Oasis at Santa Rosa Springs, Maricopa, AZ

from $234,990

Oasis at Santa Rosa Springs

Pricing

Luna – Plan 1    1586 sq ft – single story- 3 bedrooms- 2 baths – 3 car tandem garage

A -$184,990

B- $187,990

C  $191,990

 

Tonto – Plan 2  1746 sq ft – single story – 4 bedrooms – 2 baths- 2 car garage

A -$196,990

B- $199,990

C -$204,990

 

Verde – Plan 3  2131 sq ft – two story – 4 bedrooms – 2 ½ baths – 2 car garage

A -$215,990

B- $219,990

C -$221,990

 

Zuni- Plan 4      2507 sq ft – two story – 4 bedrooms – 3 baths – 2 ½ car tandem garage

A – $234,990

B-  $237,990

C – $241,990

 

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Hours: Wed-Sun 10am-6pm

Located in Oasis at Santa Rosa Springs

42332 W Ramirez Dr

Maricopa, AZ 85138

Maricopa is one of the oldest and most historic communities in the state of Arizona. It is hidden in the middle of the Sonoran Desert, surrounded by mountain ranges that include the beautiful Sierra Estrellas, Palo Verde, Saddleback Mountains and Haley Hills. Maricopa has had three locations over the years and each played an important role in the growth and development of the Southwest. Located on the southern banks of the Gila River, Maricopa Wells (Maricopa’s first location) was a haven for thousands of immigrants who followed the southern trail in the 1800s across Arizona to California’s gold fields. It consisted of a series of watering holes that were fed by several Arizona rivers: the Gila, Santa Cruz, Vekol and Santa Rosa, which provided this oasis in the desert with an ample water supply. The most prosperous period of time for Maricopa Wells was in the 1870s, when it provided water and food not only for the east-to-west travelers, but those who traveled to the north. With its substantial supply of water and prosperous trading center, it was a shining beacon and vital sanctuary in the desert for thousands of travelers who depended upon its resources for their survival. Maricopa Wells dropped the second part of its name in 1879 and moved its telegraph office and post office eight miles directly south in order to hook up with the Southern Pacific Railroad and to serve as a junction for two railroads. This new site, known as Maricopaville, took on the appearance of one of the gold rush boom towns of California with men working day and night building hotels, saloons, warehouses, restaurants and theatres. However, this little city in the middle of the desert that literally rose up overnight was never a junction for two railroads. Its dream of being a railroad terminus was doomed when the routes were changed. Maricopa’s final move took it three miles directly east so that the town could once again take on the challenge of being a junction for two railroads, the Southern Pacific Railroad and the Maricopa and Phoenix Railroad. Thus began Maricopa’s life as a railroad junction and for the next 40 years. The railroad revolutionized the economy of Arizona as merchandise traveled into the Phoenix area by rail instead of wagon and local products reached markets in the east and west more quickly. After much flooding, destruction and rebuilding of lines, the railroad redirected a line from Picacho into Phoenix and Maricopa lost its importance as a junction but found its desert lands were ideal for farming. Maricopa’s raw desert was cultivated into rows of green plants, offering up snowy white blossoms of cotton between 1948 and the 1960s. Throughout the years, cattle became an important industry and farmers experimented with, and grew, a variety of other crops including alfalfa, peas, melons, citrus, and pecans. When Maricopa incorporated in 2003 as the 88th city in Arizona, the 2000 census listed it with a population of 1,040. During the following two years, its population exploded to 15,934 earning it the title of one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. Today, that population has more than doubled again. Maricopa’s new citizens are international and depict the same cultural diversity as its birthplace. It is a community that not only witnessed history, but lived it. Maricopa has grown tremendously but has not lost its identity or its sense of community. Rich in history, innate beauty, and friendly people, Maricopa is a fantastic place to raise a family, build a business, or just embrace the warm winter climate and watch the incredible desert sunset out in an array of bright colors across the evening sky and then gently disappear behind the rugged western mountains. Today, Maricopa continues to celebrate its cultural diversity, grow and prosper as a community and a regional economic development partner and provide the many outstanding amenities that its residents value and utilize every day. Stop in for a visit and stay for lifetime.

Carrington Mortgage Services, Quintin Crook, Costa Verde Homes preferred lender is an Arizona Licensed Mortgage Professional. Quintin and his team are known for their extensive industry knowledge and strong customer service. Quintin’s top priority is to ensure that every Costa Verde Home Buyer receives the best service and is there to walk them through every stage of the home buying process. This level of  dedication that he represents to all of his clients, is what has allowed him to grow into one of the most highly respected mortgage professionals in the industry. APPLY ONLINE

  • Saddleback Elementary School
  • Maricopa Wells Middle School
  • Maricopa High School

Actual schools may vary. Contact the builder for more information.

Maricopa is the only city in the nation bordered by two Native American communities and continues to honor and celebrate this cultural diversity and embraces the American ingenuity and pioneering spirit that has been an integral part of its community for centuries. For more information about Maricopa’s Native American neighbors, please visit the following sites: HuHuGam Heritage Center, one of the nation’s finest tribal facilities for the preservation and display of important cultural artifacts and art of the Gila River Indian Community Him Dak Eco Museum, a place full of the rich history and values of the Ak-Chin community. Him-Dak means “way of life” in the Ak-Chin language. Pacana Park Pacana Park is the City’s first public park. Pacana Park spans more than 22 acres of land with a pristine 2.25 acre lake that is home to various fish including catfish and blue gills. Pacana Park is the City’s first public park. Park amenities include:

  • Two lighted softball fields
  • Two tennis courts
  • Two basketball courts
  • A soccer field
  • A children’s playground
  • Two ramadas
  • Numerous common areas

For information about reserving space at Pacana Park, please contact Community Services at (520) 316-6960. Copa Center The City owns and operates a facility known as the Copa Center, located at 44585 W. Honeycutt Road. Various City classes and programs are regularly held there and open hours are provided for social and recreational activities. To reserve the Copa Center for your program or event, contact Community Services at (520) 316-6960. Maricopa Public Library The Maricopa Public Library is a branch of the Pinal County Library District. Located at 41600 W. Smith-Enke Road, Bldg. 10, the Maricopa Public Library is your one-stop source for information, entertainment and a connection to your community. The 8,085 square foot facility boasts a vast collection of books, videos, music CDs ad periodicals for people of all ages and interests. Additional services include: Other Amenities The Ak-Chin Southern Dunes Golf Course is ranked #5 in Arizona according to Golf Magazine. A Troon property, it is located five minutes west of the heart of the community on SR 238. The Duke Golf Course pays homage to the legendary Western hero, John Wayne. Nestled in the heart of the Maricopa community, The Duke provides outstanding views and a warm atmosphere. thedukegolf.com The City of Maricopa offers a rural and small town friendliness without the hustle and bustle of city life. Maricopa is growing and has all the conveniences including grocery stores, shopping, restaurants, two public golf courses, a Banner Health Center, a movie theater, bowling alley, and a state of the art recreation center, Copper Sky. Copper Sky Multigenerational Center & Regional Park The Copper Sky Recreation Complex is the sporting, fitness, recreation and leisure destination in Maricopa. Comprised of the Copper Sky Multigenerational Center and the Copper Sky Regional Park, this expansive recreational development offers state-of-the-art equipment, grand green spaces and fantastic programs designed to enhance Maricopa residents’ quality of life. Learn more… The Copper Sky Regional Park encompasses 98 acres, offering endless opportunities for fitness, fun and leisure. The park includes:

  • A five-acre fishing lake stocked with bass, rainbow trout, catfish, bluegill and white amur
  • A special event amphitheater surrounded by 9 acres of lawn
  • Two interactive playgrounds
  • Six shaded ramadas with BBQ grills and picnic tables, plus one 5000 sq. ft. group ramada
  • A dog park with separate areas for active and timid dogs
  • Eight multi-purpose sports fields (four are lighted fields)
  • Three lighted softball fields
  • One full-size lighted baseball field
  • Two enclosed batting cages with pitching mounds
  • Two lighted tennis courts
  • A lighted skate plaza
  • Two lighted basketball courts
  • Two lighted sand volleyball courts
  • Two regulation horseshoe pits

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Restaurants

  • 347 Grill
  • Barro’s Pizza
  • Brooklyn Boys Pizzeria and Restaurant
  • Cilantros Mexican Cocina
  • Chipotle Mexican Grill
  • Denny’s- Coming Soon
  • Dickey’s Barbecue Pit
  • Dunkin’ Donuts
  • Firehouse Subs
  • Gyro Grill
  • Headquarters Cafe
  • Helen’s Kitchen
  • Honeycutt Coffee
  • Jersey Mike’s Subs
  • Plaza Bonita Mexican Family Restaurant
  • Raceway Bar and Grill
  • Say Sushi
  • Starbucks
  • Subway
  • Sunrise Cafe
  • Tacos N More Mexican Grill
  • The Luxe Lounge
  • True Grit Tavern
  • Yogurt Jungle
  • And many more such as fast options like Papa Johns Pizza, Papa Murphy’s Take N Bake Pizza, Pizza Hut, Dominos Pizza, Arbys, McDonalds, Dairy Queen, Taco Bell, Carl’s Jr, Jack In the Box, Freddy’s Frozen Custard and Steakburgers, Culver’s, Sonic, KFC, and delicious food trucks like Bubba’s Cheesesteaks, Soul Shak, Vallejo’s Street Tacos and more.

Shopping Phoenix Premium Outlets Located about 17 miles from Maricopa at Wild Horse Pass Casino and i-10 is Arizona’s first Premium Outlet Center®, Phoenix Premium Outlets, with over 90 stores such as Armani Outlet, Banana Republic, BCBG Max Azria, Calphalon Kitchen Outlet, Calvin Klein, Coach, Columbia Sportswear, Elie Tahari, Gap Factory Store, Hugo Boss Factory Store, Izod, Lucky Brand, Michael Kors, Nine West, Old Navy Outlet, Saks Fifth Avenue Off 5th, Samsonite, Tommy Bahama, Tommy Hilfiger and much more. Local Shopping

  • 99 Cents Only Store
  • Basha’s
  • Big 5 Sporting Goods
  • CVS
  • Frye’s
  • Goodwill- Coming Soon
  • Maricopa Ace Hardware
  • Pet Club Maricopa
  • Ross Dress for Less- Coming Soon
  • Sally Beauty Supply
  • Walgreens
  • Walmart Supercenter
  • Yes Beauty Supply
  • and much more!

*Prices and interest rates are subject to change without notice. Homes pictured may not be available at the lowest advertised price. Advertised monthly payments are based on principal and interest only. Other fees such as taxes, homeowner’s insurance and HOA fees are not included and will result in a greater actual monthly payment amount. For all types of financing, eligibility requirements do apply.