Keller Williams Professional Partners property management offers rental homes in golf course communities, gated communities, mountain view subdivisions and luxury estates. Our inventory of rental properties includes seasonal and vacation winter rentals, however most houses for rent are offered on an annual basis. We have in property management an inventory of over one thousand residential homes for rent throughout the Greater Phoenix Metro Area.
Litchfield Park property management and homes for rent.
The following community information shows why so many people have chosen Litchfield Park AZ as a place to live. Homes for rent are being placed into property management daily.
Litchfield Park Arizona is a 3.5 square mile planned residential community 16 miles west of Phoenix in Maricopa County. It is located just north of Interstate 10 with easy access to metropolitan Phoenix. Litchfield Park offers a small town atmosphere and casual lifestyle to its approximately 3,850 residents
The economy of Litchfield Park is supported by a variety of sources. One of these is the Wigwam Resort hotel which opened to the public back in 1929. Originally the Wigwam was built for Goodyear executives but soon could be enjoyed by all. Through the years it has retained its popularity and is now categorized as a four-star establishment and is a highlight of the community. The Wigwam provides some 700 jobs to the local economy.
Luke Air Force Base, two miles north of Litchfield Park also contributes significantly to economic stability of the area. It is the largest training center for F16 fighter pilots in the world. Many Litchfield Park residents are retired military personnel.
Other large corporations have facilities nearby; Morton Salt has a plant just north of Litchfield Park and nearby Goodyear is home to Rubbermaid, Inc., Lockheed Martin and Lufthansa German Airlines Pilot School. Palo Verde Nuclear Generating Station is 30 miles away and provides additional job opportunities.
Situated at a comfortable elevation of 1,027 ft. the climate of Litchfield Park invites year-round activities. Visitors enjoy such areas as White Tanks Regional Park, named for natural rock water tanks once used by local Indians. Many unusual petroglyphs or rock carvings are found in the 26,000-acra park. Other attractions include Estrella Mountain Regional Park to the south, has 19,000 acres with an 18-hole golf course, as well as camping, horseback riding, hiking and picnic facilities. The Wildlife World Zoo, located four miles northwest of Litchfield Park, provides a natural habitat for many endangered species.
Nearby Desert Sky Pavilion has seating for 18,000 with about 50 major shows each year. A short drives takes race fans to Phoenix International Raceway which hosts major auto races including Indy cars in March and NASCAR in October. Phoenix also has many venues devoted to the fine arts; these include a symphony, many theater groups, and a host of museums. Professional sports are represented by football, basketball, hockey and baseball.
Because Litchfield Park is supported by many commercial enterprises its residents have the additional benefit of paying no property taxes. Litchfield Park is a oasis to those seeking the rustic unspoiled desert lifestyle while still having access to the conveniences of a nearby large metropolitan area with its shopping, restaurants, theaters, transportation systems and other contemporary services.