Why you'd want to live in Cobblestone Farms
As you enter into Maricopa heading south on Hwy 347, you’ll find two of the original subdivisions in the City, Rancho El Dorado to the East, and Cobblestone Farms to the West. While Rancho El Dorado is one of the largest communities in Maricopa, it is Cobblestone Farms that remains the leader in home values and exclusivity in that the homes have overall higher values and lower resident turnover. Fulton Homes was the one and only builder in the community of Cobblestone Farms. The floor plans vary from smaller single story ranch homes to massive homes over 4,000 sf, and even some homes with basements. It is among the largest home builders in Arizona. The community itself is home to two main recreational areas for the subdivision. One with a pool, splash pad, playgrounds, BBQ armadas, horse shoe pits, and basketball courts, and another area with a large multipurpose field, walking paths, fishing lake, and playgrounds. The entire community is linked together by a walking path from the North to the South and is within a short walk or bike ride to many local businesses and restaurants. Pima Butte Elementary, one of the highest rated elementary schools in the area, serves the residents for grades K-6, Desert Wind Middle School for grades 7-8, and Maricopa High School for grades 9-12. As an alternative, some residents choose to send their children out of area into the Kyrene School District in the Phoenix/Chandler area for K-8 and then Tempe Union High School District for grades 9-12. There are bus stops within the Cobblestone Farms neighborhood serving these out of area districts.