Welcome to Townhomes at Sunland Springs Village!

Townhomes at Sunland Springs Village is a sub-association within Sunland Springs Village – a 900-acre, master-planned adult community located in Mesa, Arizona. The Townhomes neighborhood is comprised of 192 units and friendly residents that enjoy the 27-hole executive golf course and an endless array of activities and events. This prime East Valley location boasts beautiful views of the Superstition Mountains and is close to shopping plazas, grocery stores, restaurants, theaters, banks, medical facilities and more!

  • Prime Location
  • Friendly Neighbors
  • Lush Landscaping
  • Luxurious & Peaceful


Frequently Asked Questions

1. How do I contact Cornerstone Properties?   4. What does the Association do?
Jenna Chapman is our community manager for the Townhomes at SSV. You can contact Jenna and/or Cornerstone Properties, Inc. by Phone: (602) 433‑0331 x117, E-Mail: [email protected],  Website: cpihoa.com, or U.S. Mail: Cornerstone Properties, Inc., P.O. Box 62073, Phoenix, AZ 85082   The homeowners’ association (HOA) is the governing body of the development, often with volunteer homeowners who serve on the HOA board. When you purchase your home, you agree to obey all the HOA rules and pay regular dues and any special assessments. When homeowners follow all of the rules (and the HOA does its job and enforces the rules), you avoid the problems that plague some neighborhoods, such as trash piling up in someone’s yard, or poor upkeep of landscape and roads. Most owners agree that an HOA will maintain a neighborhood better than the local municipality, and therefore, maintain the value of everyone’s home investment.
2. Are board meetings open to all residents? If so, where and when are they held?    5. What if I don’t correct the compliance issue I received notice about?
Yes. We encourage all owners to attend the monthly Townhomes at SSV Business Board Meeting. These meetings are held on the 4th Wednesday of the month, at 9:30 am in the Superstition Room.    If an owner chooses not to comply with the corrective action(s) described in a violation notice, the Association can, after notice is given, impose monetary fines and, in some cases, perform the work to bring the property into compliance and bill the expense back to the offending owner. Enforcing HOA rules helps to preserve home values and maintain a uniform appearance and aesthetic for all owners.
3. I want to make a change to the exterior of my unit. What do I need to do?    
Pursuant to our community Covenants, Conditions & Restrictions (CC&R’s), any change to the exterior of your property requires prior written approval. Navigate to the Documents portion of this website and go to Operative Documents > Rules & Regulations. There you will find information on making changes to the exterior of your unit.