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Coolidge - Town vs. County Stats

Avg Price in Coolidge: $196,200 / County Avg $349,100


Avg Taxes in Coolidge: $300 / County Avg $1,800


Avg Sq. Ft. in Coolidge: 1,622 / County Avg 2,094


Avg Price per/ft2 in Coolidge: $121 / County Avg $167


Avg Walkscore in Coolidge: 28 / County Avg 17


Avg Year Built in Coolidge: 2006 / County Avg 2005


Avg Days on Website in Coolidge: 18 / County Avg 67


Coolidge Real Estate Market Health

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Affordable Living and Small-Town Charm

Coolidge, AZ is an ancient city that dates back as far as 1200 AD, founded by the Hohokam peoples native to the area.  Today, Coolidge is a booming and rapidly growing town in the greater Phoenix metro area that has maintained its small-town charm, with quaint and quiet streets and surroundings in the Sonoran Desert.  The homes in Coolidge are affordable with peace, privacy, and open space. Homebuyers in Coolidge love the short commute to Tucson and Phoenix too!


Why Do Residents Love Coolidge?

Things to Do in Coolidge

There are plenty of unique events and attractions in Coolidge, like the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument—the first historic site to receive protected status by the U.S. Government, but which are open today for tours and special events and programs.  

Coolidge residents also have a beaming love of arts and culture—the city even houses a magnificent public library with plenty of activities and programs for all age groups!


Parks & Recs

Arizonans love to get out in the sun and be active within their communities, and members of the Coolidge community are no different.  Between baseball and softball fields, tennis and basketball courts, horseshoe pits, playgrounds, picnic areas, a public swimming pool, and more!  There are even public driven programs for Coolidge residents of all ages, seniors to kids!


Events & Entertainment

The events and festivals in Coolidge are extraordinary for a small-town!  Some of Coolidge’s city events include annual favorites such as Easter in the Park, Fourth of July, Calvin Coolidge Days, Movies Nights, the Halloween Carnival, Christmas in the Village, or Christmas in the Park.


Coolidge at a Glance

Want to know even more about residential life in this outstanding city of beautiful homes, friendly faces, and big opportunities? You don’t have to look far! As your metro Phoenix area experts, we know all the insider details! Feel free to contact us with any questions you might have!


Quick Facts

Population: 12,209
Zip Code: 85228
County: Pinal
Median Home Price: $133,000


Travel & Commute

Chandler: 45 minutes
Downtown Phoenix: 1 hour
Downtown Tucson: 1 hour
Major Roads: Rt 287, Rt 87, I-10



Districts: Coolidge Unified School District
Elementary Schools: West Elementary; Heartland Ranch Elementary
Middle Schools: Coolidge Jr. High
High Schools: Coolidge High

Areas in Coolidge AZ
Martin Valley