Barney Farms is a planned community development by Fulton Homes, it will be built on the north side of Queen Creek near the corner of Signal Butte.
This amazing establishment will be just over 500 acres in size, feature 1,700 homes.
The constructions will incorporate a range of homes and single-family lot sizes from approximately 5,625 sqft. to greater than 9,000 sqft. in an effort to support a diversity of corresponding housing opportunities within the Town.
One of the biggest attractions of this upcoming subdivision is the fact that it will be built around a 24-acre lake (Check at the bottom the video of the progress).
The lake will count with an aquatic biologist, that is going to be in charge of balance the natural habitat of the lake and work to get proper species of fish.
This will allow fishing as an optional activity, as well as many other water activities like kayaking, canoeing, and paddleboarding. there are 3 floating docks located around the central lake, for the residents to use.
within the central Lake feature, Barney Farms will include a 15-acre central park adjacent to the lake wich include
And if what you are looking for is green spots, there are seven, yeas, SEVEN smaller neighborhood parks, equipped with open turf play areas, shaded tot-lots, basketball courts, and barn themed ramadas, you cand also find five additional open turf parks within the community.
you wanna go for a walk? Six.foot and Eight-foot wide sidewalks are proposed throughout the development and surrounding the lakes. the sidewalk around the main lake is over a mile and includes a pedestrian bridge crossing the lake to facilitate efficient accessibility.
What about the Schools, the newest information is that Katherine Mecham Barney Elementary School is the new option for families across QCUSD.
The new school will serve students in grades K-6th grade and will feature an accelerated science, technology, engineering, art, and math curriculum.
The campus is part of the Barney Farms Fulton Home subdivision and will open in July of the 2020-21 school year, QCUSD officials estimate.