THE LAS SENDAS COMMUNITY
Las Sendas is a uniquely designed master planned community of 1800 acres located in the premier Sonoran Desert Uplands of northeast Mesa, Arizona. The Las Sendas community offers its residents the environment and amenities to support an enjoyable and enriching living experience. Las Sendas living surrounds its residents with lush vegetations and century-old saguaros, the quail, rabbits and cactus wren that have lived in the area for hundreds of years, co-exist beside Luxury homes and large, dedicated open spaces.
Coldwell Banker Trails and Paths Premier Properties offers award-winning Las Sendas luxury homes and been the leading Las Sendas Real Estate Agency since the selection of the community name to the creation of its land plan!
Parks And Trails
Sonoran Hills Tennis Courts at the Boulder Mountain Parke consists of four private courts including a stadium-style court. The Trailhead Members Club tennis center consists of two courts adjacent to the fitness center.
The Boulder Mountain and Trailhead Members Club multi-functional swimming facilities provide a play pool integrated with a lap pool, separate children's wading pool and a luxurious spa with scenic views.
Boulder Mountain Parke, Sonoran Heights Parke and Desert Foothills Parke, totaling 28 acres, are completed with extensive amenities such as lighted basketball courts, lighted volleyball courts, large grassy play areas, softball or soccer field for daytime play, play stations and swing areas for children, covered ramadas, barbecue grills, seating areas, bicycle racks, restroom facilities, drinking fountains as well as walking and biking areas. Reserve a field or ramada today.
The entire community is integrated by miles of natural desert and hard surface pathways for walking, biking or rollerblading as well as leading you to the recreational and school areas within Las Sendas. Some of the natural desert trails lead you to intimate settings where you may encounter a life-sized statue of an individual who has made an impact on the world - or you could even take a trail to the Tonto National Forest which, is Las Sendas' northern boundary.