Fulton Homes has started developing their newest community, Barney Farms, in Queen Creek, Arizona after closing on the land purchase in early November.

Fulton plans to invest $85 Million in improvements for the community over the next 8-10 years.

“The Barney Family was integral in making this community become a reality,” said Norm Nicholls, president of Fulton Homes. “For 89 years, the family has farmed on this land and we plan to honor that tradition by turning the land into a farm-themed community,” continued Nicholls.

Fulton Homes Barney Farm outside Phoenix.
Fulton Homes Barney Farm outside Phoenix.

The farm-themed property will be just over 500 acres in size featuring 1,700 homes, around a recreational lake that features a lake trail and bridges that connect all of the lake amenities, including the main park, boardwalk docks, and barn ramada. The main community park will have a turf field, a tot lot plaza, sports courts, an aquatic center, and a 109-space parking lot. The lake in Barney Farms will be stocked and will allow residents to fish, kayak, canoe, and paddle board.

Barney Farms floor plans are customizable, featuring a variety of single-story, country-style plans with sizes ranging from 1,700 to 4,600 square feet including loft options for those families needing a little more room. All homes feature a traditional single-family lifestyle as well as up to 4 car garages. The homes are styled to be competitive in price and affordable for families while offering Fulton Features program amenities and 10’ ceilings.

“With Barney Farms, we are not just creating lots, we are creating communities and amenities for families to enjoy,” says Norm Nicholls. “Thanks to the help of the Barney Family, this is the most fun, creative, and active community project we have had in a long time,” continued Nicholls.

Barney Farms will also feature six neighborhood parks that all include shaded tot lots, a ramada and basketball courts, as well as two parks with a flower garden and prairie walk, shade structures, seat lounges, game tables, and water features. The community is located in the heart of Queen Creek with easy access to Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport, San Tan Valley, and Mesa.