A waterfront home in Arizona is a residential property located on the waterfront of a manufactured lake or river. Arizona is landlocked, meaning it does not have direct access to an ocean or sea. However, many of the state’s communities have created manufactured lakes and waterways for recreational purposes, and some homes have been built on the shorelines of these bodies of water. These waterfront homes allow residents to enjoy water-based activities, such as boating, fishing, swimming, scenic views, and a generally peaceful atmosphere. It’s worth noting that waterfront homes in Arizona are typically more expensive than similar homes located further inland due to their desired location and amenities.