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About Sunland Springs Village


about-imgFarnsworth has been building active adult communities in Mesa since 1959. In fact, Sunland Springs Village is the 4th such community built by award-winning Farnsworth Development.

In the Arizona homebuilding industry, the Farnsworth name is synonymous with superior quality and highest customer satisfaction. The success and achievements of the company are due to the vision and keen business sense of the founder and Chairman of the Board, Ross Farnsworth, Sr. a native of Arizona.

Besides overseeing the Farnsworth Companies, Mr. Farnsworth’s interests extend to the betterment of the community as evidenced by his support and direct involvement in various civic projects. He has served as a member of the Mesa City Council, Mesa Chamber of Commerce, Maricopa County Community College Board of Governors, as well as on the board of the Theodore Roosevelt Council of the Boy Scouts of America. Over the decades, his other special fundraising projects have included Mesa United Way, PREHAB of Arizona Foundation and LaMesita Shelter, a homeless shelter for families in the East Valley.



About The Area

about-img2Location, location, location! Sunland Springs Village is a sought-after location in the East Valley of the Phoenix metro area.

Adjacent to the community is the Superstition Gateway shopping plaza with stores such as Best Buy, Kohls, Wal-Mart, PetSmart, Ross, Bed Bath & Beyond, Staples, and many specialty stores for shoppers. An IMAX Theatre, LA Fitness, several restaurants, banks, and service businesses are also part of the plaza.

Medical facilities are just a matter of minutes away. Two new hospitals, Mountain Vista Medical Center and Banner Gateway Hospital, opened in 2007, joining Banner Baywood Medical Center and Banner Heart Hospital also located in the East Valley.

Within a mile of Sunland Springs Village is the Superstition Freeway (US Hwy 60). It won’t take you long to get to Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, or even closer is the newly opened Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport. The convenience of the nearby freeway makes it easy to get to sports events, entertainment, shopping, and Arizona’s sightseeing attractions.