Trilogy at Encanterra Adds Resort Collection

Trilogy at Encanterra in Queen Creek has a new collection of homes for interested buyers.

Trilogy at Encanterra, the gated community for 55+ active adults in Queen Creek, Arizona, launched its new Resort Collection the weekend of February 13 and 14. With six models in total, ranging from 1,318 to 2,151 square feet, the Evia and Valletta models are the first two and are available for viewing starting February 13. If you prefer to tour the whole community virtually, you can get details here.

Homes at Trilogy at Encanterra

A row of homes at Trilogy at Encanterra in Queen Creek, Arizona
Trilogy at Encanterra has 2400 single-family homes that range from the low $200s to the high $800s.

With construction beginning in 2008, Trilogy at Encanterra has 2,400 single-family homes that range from the low $200s to the high $800s. The smallest of the older models is the Malta with 1,218 square feet, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a two-car garage. The largest is the Alicante at 3,403 square feet, and these models have up to five bedrooms, two-and-a-half or three bathrooms, and a three- or three-and-a-half-car garage.

The Evia model is the slightly smaller of the two new Resort Collection models that can now be visited. These models come in at 1,542 square feet, while the Valletta model is 1,678 square feet. Both provide two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a two-car garage.

Resort-Style Amenities

A bar beside the outdoor pool at Trilogy at Encanterra in Queen Creek, Arizona
A newer amenity center, The Algarve, provides an 8,000-square-foot clubhouse.

Amenities in this community center on the 60,000-square-foot clubhouse which offers a ballroom, a fitness center, an indoor pool, a sauna, a spa, an aerobics and dance studio, several studios for arts and crafts activities, and four restaurants and cafes. Outdoors, there are two more pools, an amphitheater, four tennis courts, and a private 18-hole championship golf course. 

In addition, a newer amenity center, The Algarve, provides an 8,000-square-foot clubhouse, another restaurant with a bar, a ceramics studio, an events stage, an outdoor pool, and courts for bocce and pickleball.

Lifestyle at Trilogy at Encanterra

Interior view of a lounge area in Trilogy at Encanterra in Queen Creek, Arizona
There are a number of clubs, groups, activities, and classes in this community.

In addition to the casual recreational opportunities, there are a number of clubs, groups, activities, and classes. These include a book club, a camera club, a cooking club, a theater group, and yoga and Zumba classes. For the outdoor enthusiast, there are clubs and classes for gardening, cycling, hiking, golf, pickleball, tennis, and water aerobics.

Living in Queen Creek, AZ

An outdoor pavilion beside a pond in Trilogy at Encanterra in Queen Creek, Arizona
The community is a 15-minute drive southeast of downtown Queen Creek.

Trilogy at Encanterra is in Queen Creek, a fast-growing town of about 50,000 people. The community is a 15-minute drive southeast of downtown Queen Creek and an hour’s drive from downtown Phoenix. It’s on the edge of the Phoenix Metropolitan Area, with outdoor activities such as the San Tan Mountain Regional Park a 20-minute drive away.

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