Our local real estate market features a variety of outstanding communities for you to get to know. Please select a community to see the homes currently for sale in each market and related valuable information.
Scottsdale spans approximately 31 miles from north to south,
offering a diverse range of neighborhoods, each with a unique style and vibe. Scottsdale
has a more expensive housing market compared to other Arizona cities.
Heading north, residents can enjoy more natural desert
landscapes, providing a scenic and tranquil environment. Moving south,
Scottsdale offers an urban vibe, providing a lively atmosphere for those
seeking a more cosmopolitan lifestyle.
Scottsdale is widely known as a premier golf destination.
Some of the notable golf courses in Scottsdale include TPC Scottsdale, home of
the Waste Management Phoenix Open, which is one of the most attended golf
tournaments in the world. Other renowned courses include Troon North Golf Club,
Grayhawk Golf Club, and The Boulders Resort. Old Town Scottsdale historic
district is known for its charming shops, art galleries, and vibrant dining and
Arcadia is a sought-after, well established neighborhood. There is more to the story.
Arcadia Proper is known for luxury homes, its
large lots and lush landscapes. It tends to be higher in price than its sub neighborhoods below, reflecting its upscale nature. Arcadia proper is 44th St. to 68th St/canal, Camelback to Indian school.
Arcadia Lite, is a
smaller sub-neighborhood situated to the west of Arcadia Proper that offers more moderately priced homes than Arcadia Proper and offers a more urban and walkable
lifestyle. It has a mix of residential, commercial, and retail spaces, with
trendy restaurants, boutique shops, and cafes. Arcadia Lite is 36th St. to 44th St., Camelback to Osborn.
Another sub neighborhoods situated to the south of Arcadia Proper is Arcadia Osborn: 44th St. to 56th St., Thomas to Indian school. It is as popular as the other two, but less often called out by name.
Paradise Valley holds the distinction of being Arizona's
wealthiest municipality, contributing to an upscale and exclusive community
lifestyle. The town is renowned for its
emphasis on privacy and spacious properties, with lots typically exceeding one
acre. Likewise, the real estate market tends to be on the higher end due to its larger
lots, affluent status and luxurious offerings.
Paradise Valley boasts a diverse range of architectural
styles, from 1950s brick ranches to modern glass and steel homes, Spanish
colonials, and opulent multi-million dollar mansions. This diversity allows
residents to find a property that suits their unique preferences
Paradise Valley's location places it in close proximity to
the vibrant city life of Phoenix and Scottsdale, offering residents the best of
both worlds - a tranquil suburban setting and easy access to urban amenities. It
is surrounded by iconic natural landmarks like Camelback Mountain, Mummy
Mountain and the Phoenix Mountain Preserve. Residents enjoy breathtaking desert
landscapes and majestic views, adding to the overall appeal of the area.
Living in Central Phoenix offers
a prime location, making it convenient for entertainment, dining and amenities
in the city. This central location often translates to shorter commutes and
easier access to various attractions.
You might hear the term "between the 7's." It refers
to the area between 7th Avenue and 7th Street in Central Phoenix and typically Bethany Home Road and Glendale This region
is known for its vibrant neighborhoods, cultural diversity, and a mix of
historic and modern architecture. "Between the 7's" is known for luxury homes, large lots and lush
landscapes, reflecting its upscale nature. It tends to be higher in price than the also equally popular sub neighborhoods that surround the 7's in all directions.
This area is also know for Murphy's Bridal Path. This 5.3-mile out-and-back trail that runs along Central on a tree lined street is very popular for horseback riding, walking and
North Phoenix is a real estate goldmine! From fancy luxury
pads to cozy affordable homes, it's got it all. North Phoenix sits in this
sweet spot with easy access to downtown Phoenix. It also borders Paradise
Valley and Scottsdale. It's like living
in the suburbs but having all the urban perks at your fingertips. Plus, the
Phoenix Mountain Preserve is a gem, offering amazing views and outdoor fun like
hiking and mountain biking. Hike up Piestewa Peak for breathtaking views of the
Even with the ups and downs in the economy, North Phoenix
remains a hot ticket, making it one of the most sought-after spots in town.
With a history that includes gold mining and ranching, this
scenic town is filled with nods to the cowboy life, wide-open spaces, and fun
eateries and watering holes.
Cave Creek stands out for its diverse real estate,
accommodating various preferences and budgets. The region is renowned for its
ranch-style homes and expansive properties with large lots, creating a spacious
and picturesque living environment.
Residents are privileged to enjoy the
natural beauty of Cave Creek, immersed in stunning landscapes including mountains and vistas. Cave Creek Regional park is a noteworthy desert park offering hiking trails, picnic areas and breathtaking views of the Sonoran Desert.
Cave Creek is known for its Western charm, go horseback riding! Or catch bull riding at the Buffalo Chip Saloon in the historic heart of Cave Creek.
The proximity to North Scottsdale and Carefree enhances the appeal,
granting residents convenient access to amenities and attractions in these neighboring
Phoenix has a rich historic tapestry and is home to several popular historic
districts. Here are some of the most well-known ones:
Roosevelt Historic District features a mix of preserved historic homes, and is famous for its colorful street murals. It is a hub for cultural events, nightlife and unique dining experiences.
Encanto-Palmcroft Historic District is known for its
beautiful and well-preserved Spanish Colonial Revival and Tudor-style homes,
this district offers a charming residential atmosphere with tree-lined streets.
Many of the homes have been well-preserved and sell for top dollar. This area
is also the heart of historical charm including Encanto Park, a sprawling urban
park spread across 222 acres, featuring a lagoon, golf course, sports fields,
playgrounds, picnic areas, and a quaint train ride.
Willo is known for its diverse architectural styles,
including Spanish Revival, Tudor, and Ranch-style homes.
Coronado is a vibrant neighborhood with a mix of historic
homes, local art galleries, and popular dining spots.
F.Q. Story boasts a variety of architectural styles,
including Tudor, Spanish Colonial Revival, and Bungalow-style homes.
These districts offer residents a unique blend of history,
character, and community spirit, making them popular choices for those seeking
a taste of Phoenix's rich heritage.
called “DTPHX”, downtown Phoenix is always vibing. It is Arizona's center of
culture, history, creativity and innovation. The dining scene is thriving, as
creative concepts continue to join the likes of longtime favorites. Discover galleries,
museums and some of the best theater in the nation, or join in on a First
Friday Art Walk in Roosevelt. Conveniently located along light rail, wave a
foam finger at Chase Field and Talking Stick Resort Arena, home to Arizona
Diamondbacks baseball, Phoenix Suns and Phoenix Mercury basketball, and Arizona
Rattlers arena football. Downtown’s sports venues also attract AMA Supercross,
Monster Jam truck series, WWE wrestling events and major concerts.
Old Town Scottsdale
Home to Arizona
State University, the city has a fun and vibrant lifestyle including an
exciting downtown University area with many shops and restaurants. Additionally,
Tempe Town Lake is a popular spot for recreation and relaxation. Tempe is
centrally located in the heart of Phoenix metro. It is also known for its excellent
Chandler is one of the fastest growing suburbs of the
Phoenix area. It offers highly rated schools, popular master planned
neighborhoods with luxury amenities such as pools, tennis courts, paved and
lighted walking paths. This fast-growing tech hub is known as the “Community of
Innovation” thanks to the exciting research and development companies that are
pioneering technology in the area.