When we walked into the event area there were a handful of people on the lawn with their lawn chairs at the ready. The chefs had some outdoor grills set up and a taped off area with tables and chairs for dining. We found a spot on the veranda and sat in some comfy outdoor lounge chairs where we had a nice view of the area. We did a little people watching.
Give these poor boys some shade.
I did not photograph it but the men in our party went wild over a "secret room" in one of the models. So here is a good reason to check out the models (Shea homes, I'll take my kick-back now). If they did not point it out to you, you would not know it was there. Secret entrance to a wonderfully dark paneled man-cave.
Not my personal style but interesting. 70's throw-back.
Comfy. Watch the golfers stroll by from the comfort of your bed. Just remember, if you can see them, they can probably see you too.
Man- porch alert ! Note the flat screen above the outdoor fireplace.
I felt bad that Encanterra did not have a better turnout for their event. I realize that this will be a private gated community and golf course but it would be nice if once the homes are sold and built that they might hold a few events for the community as the setting was very nice and conducive to a community concert. Queen Creek needs some nice upscale community events that don't involve hay rides and $7 bottled water. (you know who you are.)