Corona Del Sol Estates

Whether you are a recent college grad looking for your first place, a young couple, or an established family, Corona Del Sol has something for everyone with their apartments, condos, and single-family homes. Homes range from 2,790 square feet to 4000 square feet, and sell between $400,000 and $850,000.

The Area

Located in the more residential section of Tempe, Corona Del Sol is located near two parks, tennis courts, pools, and skate parks. Everyday amenities, like grocery and drug stores, salons, tailors, medical plazas, restaurants, golf courses, etc. are within walking distance. Corona Del Sol does not offer a traditional Home Owners Association, but rather a voluntary neighborhood association, which plans beautification initiatives and discusses issues. Donations, not mandatory dues, fund all projects and provide maximum flexibility to residents in terms of their involvement (or lack thereof).

Only a quick 20 minute trip via lite rail to downtown Tempe, Corona Del Sol residents can enjoy the many charity marathons, ASU Gammage performances, Sun Devil games and more that Tempe has to offer. Corona Del Sol residents have maximum flexibility when it comes to seizing the day and finding something to do.

The Schools

Corona Del Sol Estates is within the Kyrene School District for elementary and middle school students, and the Tempe Union High School District. Children will therefore attend Kyrene del Cielo Elementary, Kyrene Aprende Middle, and Corona Del Sol High School. 98% of Corona Del Sol students graduate and 95% attend college, many with scholarships, making the school one of the best in Tempe. Corona Del Sol offers AP and honors classes, in addition to a wide selection of extra-curricular activities.

There are four private preschools and two Christian schools in the immediate area of Corona Del Sol Estates. Tempe also offers 70 other private educational options further than 10 minutes from the neighborhood.

Arizona State University is the primary option for higher education in Tempe. With a wide range of areas for study, ASU is perfect for those wishing to continue their education, whether immediately after high school or later in life. Younger children living in Corona Del Sol will surely benefit from ASU, as students often serve as teaching aids in schools or participate in community volunteer projects.

The Economy

Tempe is home to many successful commercial businesses and institutions, like US Airways, Insight Enterprises, LifeLock, First Solar Project, ASU and University of Phoenix. ASU, Maricopa Community College District, and the Salt River Project are the city’s top employers. The median income for a Tempe family is $55,237 according to the 2006 census.

The average price of a home in Tempe is approximately $311,000, meaning that Corona Del Sol offers higher quality homes. Tempe housing prices have increased by $40,000 since last year to a median of $177,150. The least expensive areas are closest to the university, most likely because of the greater amount of traffic, crime, and noise—making Corona Del Sol’s 20 minute commute from the university a safe distance for individuals who desire a more suburban setting.

Tempe’s price-per-square-foot increased by 34% this year to $129. Only 36% of re-sales in Tempe are for foreclosures, while the rest of Arizona’s were 62% in 2010. The remainder of the state has consistently improved since then, but these statistics speak volumes for Tempe’s secure market.

Is Corona Del Sol for You?

Yes, if you want a calm, residential environment within reach of the best urban setting in Arizona. With endless ways to entertain yourself, the greater Tempe area and Corona Del Sol offer the best of everything for the best prices.