Local Area Finds in Surprise, Arizona

Arizona is booming! With a great deal of new homebuyers looking to settle down in this beautiful desert state, it’s important to know what there is to do, discover the best places to dine, and immerse oneself into a newfound environment you’re planning to call home.

Soak Up the Sun

The City of Surprise is home to some of the coolest things to do outdoors! Whether it’s playing a round of golf at some of the top courses in the state like Desert Spring Golf Course, taking a hike through White Tank Mountain Regional Park, cooling off at the Surprise Aquatic Center, or catching a fly ball at Surprise Stadium for Spring Training, the fun never ends. As if that weren’t enough, the Wildlife World Zoo, Lake Pleasant, and the charming city of Wickenburg are also nearby, making day trips your new weekend plans!

Get to Grubbin’

Sip a watermelon margarita on the rocks at Litchfield’s, indulge in all-you-can-eat fresh sushi at Uni Sushi & Steak, or enjoy an all-day hot, Irish breakfast at the Irish Wolfhound Pub on a sunny Saturday morning – no matter what you choose, these amazing restaurants won’t let you down. Whether it be cheap eats or fine dining, there is something for everyone’s taste buds! Arizona is one of the “foodiest” states in the country and, because of the amazing weather, also offers visitors plenty of patios that they’ll never want to leave.

To Flora’s Surprise

The city itself was never expected to live up to much based on the assumption made by Flora Mae Statler, the woman who founded it back in 1938. Flora Mae said, “it would be a surprise if this town amounted to much.” If she could see Surprise now, almost a century later, the farmlands she once knew still exist (and can be visited), but she would surely be shocked at what her little town has become! Take a trip over to “The Original Townsite” and experience the history of the city and see where it all began.

Brown Homes understands this market and builds in desirable areas, such as Surprise, where people want to live. This gives new homebuyers the peace of mind to know their investment in a new home will continue to provide value for many years to come.