New homes at Robson Ranch Arizona, in the Casa Grande area, offer quality construction, an abundance of included features and the Courtyard Villa homes are no exception! The value-packed Courtyard Villas offer many conveniences for truly carefree 55+ living including a new larger courtyard. Much like the Resort Series, Tradition Series and Premiere Series homes, many upgrades are available for the Courtyard Villa homes, allowing you to create your ideal retreat. Discover what makes the Courtyard Villas such a popular design for active adult living at Robson Ranch Arizona and perfect for Lock & Leave living.

Front Yard Landscaping and Exterior Maintenance is Included

One of the most attractive benefits of a Courtyard Villa home is the hassle-free landscaping and exterior maintenance. The homeowners association established for the Villas maintains the front yard landscaping that is installed by the HOA and handles the exterior maintenance as well. Gone are the days of finding a reliable landscaper or spending hours on lawn and exterior maintenance. Instead, you can spend your time enjoying the community amenities, exploring Arizona, or enjoying time with friends and family. Whether you are a full-time resident who likes to travel or a winter resident, having your landscaping taken care of while you are away provides truly worry-free retirement living.

Desirable Outdoor Living Spaces & Large Courtyards

Each Courtyard Villa includes a covered outdoor living space for enjoying the beautiful weather that Robson Ranch Arizona residents love! In addition to the outdoor living space, each new Villa has been enhanced with an even larger enclosed private courtyard with a gate. As your open-air oasis, the courtyard offers a tranquil space for your small furry friends, relaxing or entertaining in natural light and warmth.

Ocotillo model Patio at Robson Ranch Arizona

Innovative Courtyard Villa Home Designs

Each single-story Courtyard Villa home includes high-end features, two bedrooms, two bathrooms with floorplans ranging from 1,399 to 1,508 square feet, perfect for comfortable, low-maintenance retirement living. The open concept kitchen, great room and dining area flow harmoniously together and provide an optimal gathering place for entertaining. The spa-inspired Master Bath comes standard with a spacious shower with tile surrounds and tile flooring for a beautiful, cohesive design. This added value improves the overall comfort of your master bath and creates a luxurious retreat. Providing a grand entryway, each Villa includes an elegant 8-foot entry door. In addition, you can make an even bigger statement by upgrading your entry door with a glass painted door or you can choose from a two, four or six panel design for an even more distinct entryway. View the Courtyard Villa new home designs here.

Primrose Great Room at Quail Creek, located in a 55+ Active Adult Community Arizona

The Courtyard Villas at Robson Ranch allow active adults the freedom to do more and Live Life Inspired with the ease of low-maintenance living. Discover Lock & Leave Courtyard Villas today! Call 800-770-7044 to request more information.

For the first time in the five years of the Veterans Day festivities, the complimentary breakfast was preceded by a special SaddleBrooke Ranch  Veterans Club celebration to pay tribute to all of our resident veterans. The ceremony was the highlight of the event this year and seemed to be appreciated by all who attended. The ceremony’s opening began with the playing of patriotic music followed by the colors being presented by Legion Post 132 Honor Guard, followed by an opening prayer by the Post 132 Chaplain.

SaddleBrooke Ranch Veterans Club Opening Ceremony

After the SaddleBrooke Ranch Veterans Club co-organizer Charles Wren made some opening comments, the Veterans Club Roy Thompson explained the Missing Man’s Table’s items’ symbolic meaning. This was another new and inspirational attribute of the celebration. The Missing Man’s Table has many symbolic meanings, all of which emphasize our concern for our men and women still missing in action or are still prisoners of war (POW). A yellow ribbon on the vase represents our continued determination to search for those missing, and the rose represents the life of each missing person and their family and friends. A lemon slice signifies those captured’ bitter fate, and the pinch of salt represents the tears shed for those missing. The Bible shows the strength gained through faith, and the candle is reminiscent of the light of hope. The ceremony presentation concluded with the Legion Post 132 bugler’s playing of Taps.

During breakfast, a slide show was prepared and shown by SaddleBrooke Ranch resident Carol Andrews. Carol invited all resident veterans to send her pictures of them taken during their time of service. It was a challenge to grasp who was who, then and now. Obviously, some changes had been in the making for some time now.

Roy said that he was interested in organizing this celebration to acknowledge and honor those who served, and those still missing in action. He also wanted to provide a venue for the veterans to reflect and talk to one another and perhaps share a part of their stories that only other veterans could understand and appreciate. Roy said he believes that many young men and women of his generation who are today’s veterans, were inspired by President John Kennedy’s call to “ask not what your country could do for you—ask what you could do for your country.” The phrase resonated and challenged many young men and women to look beyond themselves and contribute in ways more significant than just self, but to the public good.

Some joined the Peace Corps, and many others chose the U.S. Armed Forces to contribute to what they saw as a public good. For many of that generation, the call for public good required a significant paradigm change.

The Veterans Club is an organization that provides old (mature) veterans an opportunity to continue giving something of themselves to their fellow man and the SaddleBrooke Ranch community’s public good. The club is a charitable, fraternal, and educational organization endeavoring to perpetuate patriotism and remember our missing and fallen military personnel and history.

Thanks to the Ranch House staff, especially Kelly Cardwell, the Ranch House Food and Beverage Manager, for providing SaddleBrooke Ranch residents a wonderful meal and graciously synchronizing the activities and decorating the ballroom. Thanks also to Ken Robinson, Liaison at Large.

Written by: Evie Thompson