Apache Junction is a city in Maricopa County, Arizona. It has a population of 37,130 residents and rests on 34.2 square miles of land.
Apache Junction is only forty miles from downtown Phoenix and is the home of the beautiful Superstition Mountains. Apache Junction has much history and many legends. It was once a major place for the movie industry and became a hot spot for gold miners. There is one story of the ol’ Dutchman miner, Jacob Waltz, who now has become the symbol of Apache Junction and its Superstition Mountains. Putting legends aside, the views are magnificent, the neighbors and residents are friendly, and it’s an all-around great place to raise a family.
There are many things to do in the area, including shopping, dining, entertainment, outdoor recreation, and festivals year round. You will find many beautiful homes to choose from with many options for styles and sizes of properties.
The median home value is $151,100. The home value rate has risen by 6.7% in the past year and it’s predicted to rise by another 4.8% in the coming year. The median price per square foot is $108.
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