Meritage Homes, the sixth-largest public homebuilder in the U.S., has announced the opening of its exclusive Spur Cross community model in Queen Creek. Spur Cross homes come with high-quality finishes, gourmet kitchens, upgraded appliances, and designer-curated interior and exterior packages. Each home features handcrafted cabinetry, granite countertops, and carefully selected carpet and flooring. Modern elevations and paver driveways are also included for every homesite, creating an upscale feel across the entire community of just 59 homesites.
Offering the best of both urban and outdoor living, the residents of Spur Cross will enjoy easy access to the shopping, dining, and entertainment of the Southeast Valley and Queen Creek Marketplace, as well as an established community pool, sports courts, greenspaces, and ramadas. This family-friendly community features five floorplans to choose from, move-in timelines that fit a buyer’s deadline and a simple buying process with clear pricing and no surprises.
Community Quick Facts
Every Meritage home is built with energy- and money-saving features including spray-foam insulation, ENERGY STAR certified appliances, Low-E windows, a high-performance air filtration system that improves the home’s air quality and reduces the number of allergens. Additionally, all new homes will be equipped with an efficient multispeed HVAC system that allows owners to better manage the comfort of their home while reducing their environmental impact and operating costs. Every home also includes Meritage’s M. Connected Home Automation Suite, with smart door locks, door sensors and motion detectors, USB outlets and advanced thermostats, which are centrally managed through a smart home hub and app.
The Spur Cross sales office is now open with enhanced safety measures in compliance with local, state and CDC guidelines. In addition, homebuyers can manage the entire purchase process online with Meritage Homes’ Virtual Homebuying process, which guides prospective buyers from research and discovery and, in some jurisdictions, all the way through closing. Along the way, buyers can connect with representatives to learn more about communities, arrange virtual tours, speak to a mortgage professional and much more.