Phoenix Has A Ton Of Mini-Mansions For Sale & They're All Under $400K
Why not a mini-mansion for your starter home?
Are you looking for your ideal starter home? With an ever-growing housing market in Arizona, these houses for sale in Phoenix have so much space that some may consider them mini-mansions. With houses under $400K, why not live in a palace if you've got the budget for it?
Many of these dwellings boast square footage over 2,500 feet, with some of them as big as almost 4,000 square feet. You can transform these spots into the ultimate oasis.
The best part? If you're not fit for country living, all of these homes are in the city so you can live it up in the heart of the desert.
1346 E. Pedro Rd., Phoenix, AZ
Description: This large 3,941 square-foot home has six bedrooms, three bathrooms, and a large pool in the backyard. Pool party, anyone?
32015 N. 23rd Ave., Phoenix, AZ
Description: Just imagine having French doors that lead to the master bedroom, and the large loft can be converted into your very own game room. It's 3,309 square-feet of whatever your heart desires.
14036 N. Medinan Dr., Phoenix, AZ
Description: With two master bedrooms, the 2,582 square-foot abode feels like a zen oasis with lush greenery in both the front and back yard.
9319 W. Bennet Plaza, Phoenix, AZ
Description: The large home boasts five bedrooms and a large open kitchen that can be converted into a modern kitchenette. Does anyone else watch Chopped while cooking?
2349 W. Melody Dr., Phoenix, AZ
Description: The price of this two-story home was recently reduced, plus it has a huge grassy backyard for your furry friends who love to run around and sunbathe.
4105 W. Lydia Ln., Phoenix, AZ
Description: With 3,370 square feet, you'll have plenty of room to host parties or birthday bashes. There's a huge loft on the second floor that can be converted into a game room or fill it up with indoor plants!
2315 W. Darrow St., Phoenix, AZ
Description: Located five miles from Downtown, this home boasts five bedrooms and ceramic plank tile flooring. With so many rooms, you can convert them into home offices or use it to store any excess home decor items.
Which one is your favorite?