Stellar Airpark P19
Great find for entertaining & living.
This house is the best price per sqft in the neighborhood!
Pricing reflects cost of upgrades. In Stellar Airpark, it gives you
tie-down privileges, use of the runway, the ''pilots lifestyle'' &
NO association or maintenance fees. (Hangers available).
Court yard entry to gracious Territorial Adobe style home with diving pool,
covered patio, lush-edible landscape on 1/3 acre lot near freeways & shopping.
With 4 bedrooms and skylights in all 2.5 baths, this home has 2,225 sqft on
the main floor and an 865 sqft finished basement. There is a fireplace and
bar in Family room, a spacious, sunken Living room, Formal Dining room plus
Breakfast room in Kitchen and Inside Laundry room. 2.5 Car garage with a
workshop and hidden outside workshops.
One of a kind home with great bones!
Trees: Hong Kong Orchid, Wisteria (Cooke's Purple), Figs (White Genoa,
Black Mission, 2 Kadota), 2 Santa Rosa Plum, 3-in-1 Pluet (Flavor King,
Flavor Queen, Dappled Dandy), Jujube (Li, Hong Zao), Apricot - (Katie, Blenheim),
Pomegranate (4 Anna/dwarf, 2 Wonderful, Kashmire Blend, Sharp Velvet),
3-in-1 Asian Pear, Citron, Pecan (Tejas), Peach (Red Baron), Persimmon (Fiji type)
Vines: Grapes (Red Flame, 10 Thompson, 2 Red Ruby, Blue Berry), 2 Wisteria
(Big Johnny Double Purple & second ?), 2 Arabic Jasmine, Japanese Honey Suckle,
2 Pyracantha, Cape Honeysuckle, 2 Purple Star Flower.
Roses: 4 climbers (Don Juan/red, Tempo/red, Autumn Sunset/yellow & peach,
PiÃ±ata/yellow-orange-red), 3 large hybrid teas (American Red Velvet/tree,
Orange Floribunda/tree, Oregold/Yellow),
Old Fashions (dozens: red, pinks, whites and pastels).
Stellar Airpark (FAA LID: P19) is a public-use airport and residential airpark
located three miles (5 km) west of the central business district of Chandler,
a city in Maricopa County, Arizona, United States. It is privately owned by
the Stellar Runway Utilizers Association, Inc. It covers an area of 200 acres
(81 ha) which contains one asphalt paved runway (17/35)
measuring 3,913 x 60 ft (1,193 x 18 m).
You better hurry, this one is not going to last.
Bryan K McCoy
For info/pics direct to your cell, text 'e2e1948' to 79564.