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The White Mountain Trail system provides over 180 miles of developed multi-use trials. Indian Springs Trail & Railroad Grade Trail are among other local favorites..
Show Low City Park and Show Low Lake Campground are 2 favorites
Fool Hollow Lake & Show Low Lake
Bordering the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forest and the White Mountain Apache Indian Reservation, just south of Pinetop, Arizona, the White Mountain Summer Homes community rests right off Highway 60 from Globe and Highway 260 from Payson. A scenic 3-hour drive from Phoenix or Tucson.
White Mountain Summer Homes is a gated golf course community located just south of Pinetop, Arizona.
Luxury homes and cabins are the primary type of real estate available in White Mountain Summer Homes. Housing is extremely limited for those wishing to live in this exlusive gated golf community near Pinetop, Arizona.
The houses for sale in White Mountain Summer Homes are single family homes with log or wood siding. These homes have a cabin style look that is highly desired in The White Mountains. The houses in this area would be considered luxury homes and most are in the 2000-4000ft range.
There is a limited selection of lots available ranging from waterfront lots along with golf course lots that are within walking distance of the Clubhouse. The total 470 lots comprising the Association includes the 453 original lots, a separate 13 lot subdivision on Red Robin, Fairway Estates, and which operates under the Association Board and Deed Restrictions, and 4 lots on White Oak, purchased in 1980.
Real estate in White Mountain Summer Homes luxrious cabins and modern homes ranging from $600K-1+ Million range and lots in the 50K-150K range, all the way up to multi million dollar estates on the green. The most expensive home that sold in White Mountain Summer Homes was a 4 bedroom, 6 bath, 7,250 sqft home that sold for $1,469,000.
Home owner association fees for living in White Mountain Summer Homes are $1,400 paid on an annual basis.
White Mountain Summer Homes is a great community to live in. It offers some of the best golf in the state of Arizona. While also offering seclusion and privacy since it's a gated community. Members enjoy 18 holes of championship golf 18-hole course features 6,523 yards of golf from the longest tees for a par of 72, as rated by golflink.com. enjoy activities such as tennis, hiking, camping trips, movies and crafts. Avid golfers can take advantage of the numerous tournaments to stay challenged and at the top of their game. Family events include picnics, pancake breakfasts, kids' carnivals and family BBQs. For adults, the WMCC hosts wine tastings, celebrity chef dinners, dances, comedy nights, scotch tasting and cigar dinners.
The housing market in White Mountain Summer Homes has been booming since last year, thanks to factors such as the desire for more space and seclusion.
Homes for sale in White Mountain Summer Homes have a median listing price of $697K. Some of these homes are Hot Homes, meaning they're likely to sell quickly.
Most of our new listings in White Mountain Summer Homes are updated every 5 minutes so you can see new homes as soon as they come on the market. We use The White Mountain Association of REALTORS MLS and Central Arizona Association of REALTORS MLS to get the latest listings in Northern Arizona.
White Mountain Country Club is a private member-owned recreational facility organized to serve its members during the summer season from May through October. It is located in the interior of the White Mountain Summer Homes Association. Membership is by invitation only and requires the sponsorship of a Club Equity Member.
(ARIZONA HIGHWAYS TV) - Robin Sewell explains how Show Low got its name and also describes what the town was like in the early days.
The weather in the White Mountains during the summer is typically in the 70's or mid 80's. But rather cold at night even if it is 115 degrees down in the Phoenix area.