Mesa, Arizona is an epicenter of retirement home communities. If you're a snowbird looking for a place to stay during the chilly winter months, Mesa offers one of the widest selections of park models in the United States. Many include elements of the native desert landscape of Arizona, including cacti and swaying palm trees, in yards that more closely resemble a curated rock garden than the green grass of up north.
Mesa lies just a few miles from Arizona's capital of Phoenix, and the Towerpoint RV Resort is right in the middle of it. This resort park has tons of activities to keep seniors busy: silversmithing, shuffleboard, hiking, parties and more. There are two therapy pools for swimming to beat the heat or just relax. Cal-Am Homes is offering a 1999 park model close to the Towerpoint RV Resort's community center that has a real charm to it, and it's got a $17,000 price tag that can't be beat.
The living room has huge open windows and two of the most comfortable armchairs you've ever laid eyes on (one of them is a plush rocker for a comfortable afternoon nap). There's just enough room to squeeze in a loveseat sofa and two side tables.
The open plan kitchen features a large two-seater dining table, glass cabinets and chandelier, and a rather unique ceiling light. A kitchen clock is built right into the wooden cabinets, so you'll never have to worry about taking it down to readjust the time.
The bathroom is spacious for easy mobility. A large sink, cabinets, toilet and walk-in shower with a rail provide safety for seniors as they go about their morning routines.
The most charming feature of this Arizona park model is the bedroom's desk area. Quiet nights chatting with family and friends over Skype are made comfortable and cozy without taking up space in the bedroom. The desk can also be used as a work area or sewing station.
The next time you or a relative is shopping around for a 55+ community with a fun, safe environment, you should definitely check out the Towerpoint RV Resort. It's the friendliest Mesa retirement park in the area. SHARE this article to let your friends know about it!