Ahwahtukee is a popular suburb. or urban village, just southwest of downtown Phoenix, encompasses approximately 36 square miles, and is bordered by SouthMountain Park to the north. Ahwahtukee is a Crow Indian word which means “House of Dreams”. There is a wide range of homes in Ahwahtukee, from patio homes to single-family homes to condominiums. For example, Mountain Park Ranch is a neighborhood situated on 2.650 acres with 4.000 single family homes, of varying sizes and floorplans. There are 3 community centers with swimming pools, wading pools, tennis courts, volleyball courts and picnic areas. For those looking for larger homes on larger lots, Ahwahtukee Custom and Equestrian Estates may be a good fit, as these homes range from 2.500 to over 8.000 square feet. Most of the homes are situated on lots over an acre in size.
NEIGHBORHOODS: Other popular communities in Ahwahtukee include the homes within South Mountain Resort, Aliso Canyon. South Mountain Ranch, Samaritan Silver Creek, Silverado at Crimson Ridge, Terraces at Mountain Park Ranch, Mountain Crest, Graysill, San Marino, Richmond Shores, Portofino, Cottages at Lakewood, Canyon Springs. Tuscan Hills, Shadow Rock, Arizona Greens, and Foothills Reserve among others. San Melia Condominium, Indigo Condominiums, San Riva Condominiums, Stone Cliff Condominiums are some of the condominium complexes within Ahwahtukee.
AMENITIES: Fitness and outdoor enthusiasts enjoy the adjacent South Mountain Park with its several well-marked trails suitable for a wide variety of fitness levels. This park also offers opportunities to mountain bike and rock climb. Golfers in Ahwahtukee will enjoy the Ahwahtukee Country Club, Foothills Golf Club, the Lakes at Ahwahtukee and Club West. Shopping options near Ahwahtukee include the popular Tempe Marketplace, IKEA, and the expansive Arizona Mills outlet mall. There are several smaller strip malls along the major thoroughfares in Ahwahtukee.
SCHOOLS: Ahwatukee is generally served by the award-winning Kyrene School District, with its 19 elementary schools and six middle schools.
Avondale, a major bedroom suburb for Phoenix, is located just 15 miles west of downtown Phoenix, adjacent to Glendale. This city was incorporated in 1946. and is
home to several major residential subdivisions, many built on former farmland. For example. Cambridge Estates, located at Avondale Boulevard and Buckeye. features single-family homes built in 2002, ranging from 1.534 to 2.449 square feet, on average. To the south is Del Rio Ranch. Del Rio Ranch I and II features newer homes by Richmond American, ranging from 3-6 bedrooms and from 1.900 to 3.100 square feet. Rimrock at Del Rio Ranch offers new homes by Courtland Communities with 6 floorplans and 3-4 bedrooms, from 2,055 to 3.212 square feet. Roosevelt Park by Beazer Home features single-family new homes in 4 different floorplans with 3-6 bedrooms from 1.719 to 2,922 square feet. Elliott Homes has developed Avalon Estates with its single story single-family homes featuring 3-4 bedrooms, and 3-4 car garages in floorplans ranging from 2.209 to 2.747 square feet. Other neighborhoods in Avondale include Cantada Ranch, Litchfield Heights,
Ambrose Estates and Glenhurst, to name a few.
AMENITIES: Avondale is home to 10 community parks, encompassing over 200 acres. For example, Friendship Park provides 10 multipurpose fields and hosts
soccer tournaments and special events throughout the year, along with the Randall McDaniel Sports Complex featuring 83.000 square feet of indoor sports.
Avondale is home to 75 miles of trails which have been preserved for viewing wildlife, hiking, trail riding and mountain biking. The trails are located in Estrella
Mountain, Base and Meridian Wildlife Area, nearby Tres Rios and Monument Hill. The major golf courses in Avondale are the Coldwater Golf Club and the Valley Golf
Center. Nearby courses include the Palm Valley Golf Club, Wigwam and Tres Rios Golf Course. Home to Phoenix International Raceway, Avondale is sure to please
sports enthusiasts. Avondale is also home to two NASCAR Sprint Cup Series as well as two Nationwide Series and a Camping World Truck Series race each year.
SCHOOLS: Avondale Elementary. Littleton Elementary District and the Agua Fria Union High School District service Avondale.
Located from Spur Cross south to Jomax Road, and just northwest of the town of Carefree, the town of Cave Creek is a beautiful “Western” style town, with a distinct
rural feel and many equestrian properties. This rural feel is balanced by over 100 different subdivisions, with a wide variety of home options. Cave Creek, AZ The
newest subdivision in Cave Creek is Montevista. This Toll Brothers gated community located north of Dixileta Drive, and showcases three different collections of
luxury homes. For example, the Desert Willow Collection has ten homes ranging from 2.264 to 4.369 square feet in size: the Cottonwood Collection offers 7 homes
in the 2.889 to 4.746 square feet range: finally, the Cypress Collection features 5 home designs ranging from 3.637 to 4.981 square feet. Nearby Tatum Ranch is one
of the most popular options in Cave Creek. This upscale master-planned neighborhood features single-family homes ranging from 1,400 to approximately 4.300
square feet, all in a desert landscaped community with walking paths and parks. North of Tatum Ranch is another popular subdivision, Dove Valley Ranch, with its
850 homes in a beautiful gated community. Builders such as Maracay Homes. Shea Homes, and Homes by Towne offer a wide variety of floorplans and square
footage in this beautiful community. Those looking for lower-maintenance options such as condominiums have a wealth of options from which to choose. Condos
in Cave Creek can be found in subdivisions such as Rancho Madera, Terra Vista at Tatum Ranch, Rancho Villas, and the Village at Surrey Hills, among others.
THINGS TO DO: The three golf courses in Cave Creek are the Rancho Manana Golf Course. Dove Valley Ranch Golf Club and the Tatum Ranch Golf Club. Fitness
enthusiasts will enjoy horseback riding in Spur Cross, as well as hiking in Cave Creek Regional Park and Spur Cross Ranch. Cave Creek has several popular
community parks, including Desert Willow Park, John Teets Park and Rancho Paloma Park and Dynamite Park, which feature amenities such as basketball courts,
soccer fields, picnic ramadas and playgrounds. Shopping and entertainment can be found in the Carefree Marketplace shopping center as well as in the western
town of Cave Creek and Carefree. Art galleries, boutiques and restaurants here are unique and independently owned and retain a distinct western flavor.
SCHOOLS: The Arizona Department of Education has designated the Cave Creek Unified School District an “A” rated district. Black Mountain Elementary School,
Desert Sun Academy. Desert Willow Elementary School, Horseshoe Trails Elementary School, and Lone Mountain Elementary School all serve Cave Creek’s
kindergarten through sixth grade students. Seventh and eighth grade students attend Sonoran Trails Middle School, and Cactus Shadows High School serves
grades nine through twelve in Cave Creek.
Located south of Mesa and west of Gilbert, the city of Chandler was founded in 1912 as a farming community. Today, more than 100 different subdivisions populate
Chandler, such as Arizona Country. San Marcos, Ray Ranch, Pecos Ranch, and Monterey Point. One such subdivision, Pennington Place Community, features Arizona
ranch and Santa Barbara style homes, and average 2,000 square feet. Another popular neighborhood. Clemente Ranch, showcases one and two-story homes, up to
4.500 square feet in size. There are several townhome and condominium options in Chandler as well, such as Cantabria Shores. Arcadia Village and Lemon Tree Community.
THINGS TO DO: Fitness and outdoor enthusiasts will enjoy popular parks such as Tumbleweed Park and Desert Breeze Park, as well as the Koli Equestrian Center
and the Mesquite Groves Aquatic Center. Golf options in Chandler include the Ironwood Golf Club, Bear Creek Golf Complex, Ocotillo Golf Resort, the Sunbird Golf
Club and the San Marcos Golf Resort. Chandler hosts several events such as a Chihuahua race during Cinco de Mayo, the Ostrich Festival, the Tumbleweed Tree
Lighting Ceremony during the holidays, and the Chandler Artwalk Chandler is also home to Rawhide Western Town, a Western-themed attraction featuring live
shows, restaurants and shopping. Other shopping options include the popular Chandler Fashion Center, Chandler Pavilions. The Shoppes at Casa Paloma, and the
Phoenix Premium Outlets. Chandler is 17 miles from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, but also features its own municipal airport.
SCHOOLS: Chandler is served primarily by the A rated Chandler Unified School District.
Desert Ridge is centrally located at the intersection of Tatum Boulevard and two freeways (State Route 51 and the Loop 101) this area continues to attract a wide range
of buyers, including families, professionals and empty nesters. Thanks to its beautifully designed and landscaped neighborhoods, and its top-rated schools and
convenient amenities, Desert Ridge remains one of the most popular communities in North Phoenix. The majority of homes in Desert Ridge are single family homes.
The newest subdivision in Desert Ridge is Sanctuary, a gated Taylor Morrison community featuring 3 to 4 bedroom homes ranging from 1982 to 3811 square feet, as
well as its own community center. There are four distinct neighborhoods/collections within this subdivision: Discovery, Passage. Capstone and the Venture
Collection. To the west of Sanctuary is the Aviano subdivision, built by Toll Brothers. This master-planned community features larger single family homes, many with
pools, 3 car garages, and 4 and 5 bedrooms. The capstone of Aviano is its community center, with a large pool, spa, tennis courts, meeting rooms, and workout
facility. Next door to the community center is the beautiful Aviano Community Park with its manicured soccer fields, walking paths, sand volleyball courts, as well as a
shaded adventure playground. Fireside is another newer community in Desert Ridge. Located to the south of Aviano, Fireside features single family homes built by
Pulte, ranging from 1.903 square feet to 3,834 square feet. Fireside has its own private community center, featuring a large pool with beach entry, as well as a fully-
equipped fitness facility. Semi-custom homes and custom homes are also available in Desert Ridge. Lockwood Estates, built by Zachar Homes, average 3.300 square
feet and are located near the Wildfire Golf Club. Nearby Leroux Springs is a gated community of semi-custom homes, and were built by M/I Custom Homes. These
homes range in size from 3.700 to 4.800 square feet. Condos: Desert Ridge is also home to condominiums and townhomes. One such subdivision is the Bella Monte
Condos subdivision, built by Towne Homes. These range from 1.360 square feet to 1.835 square feet. Bella Monte has 3 pools and spas, and some units have views of
the nearby Wildfire golf courses. Another condo option within Desert Ridge is the Villages at Aviano, built by Toll Brothers, which is a gated neighborhood featuring
condos with direct access two-car garages, from 1.334 square feet to 2.158 square feet. Condos are still being built in this subdivision.
THINGS TO DO: Desert Ridge is also home to the beautiful Wildfire Golf Club, with its two award-winning courses: the Palmer Signature Course and the Faldo
Championship Course. Other popular amenities within Desert Ridge include the JW Marriott Resort and Spa at Desert Ridge, a luxury resort on 316 acres. Across the
street from the JW Marriott is the popular Desert Ridge Marketplace, an outdoor mall with 2 million square feet of retail space with a popular splash pad and dozens
of restaurants. Next door to Desert Ridge is High Street, a smaller outdoor shopping center with retail, restaurants as well as loft-style residences.
SCHOOLS: The award-winning Paradise Valley Unified School District serves Desert Ridge. The elementary schools in this community are Desert Trails. Wildfire and
Fireside with Explorer Middle School and Pinnacle High Schools serving middle school and high school students. All of these schools are A rated.
Home to the famous fountain, the community of Fountain Hills is located east of the McDowell Mountains and Scottsdale, and just south of the McDowell Mountain
Regional Park. There are several larger neighborhoods within Fountain Hills, including Hidden Hills, SunRidge Canyon, Firerock, Scottsdale Mountain, Sabino Estates,
and Fountain View Village. Firerock is a guard-gated community featuring 379 custom homes on half-acre to 2-acre lots. The master-planned community of
SunRidge Canyon has single-family homes ranging from 1.400 square feet to custom homes upwards of 6.000 square feet in size. Fountain Hills, AZ While the
majority of homes in Fountain Hills are single family homes, there are also several condominium and townhome complexes including Little Fountain Resort, Monterra
Ranch, Quail Run, Balera Townhomes and Four Peaks.
THINGS TO DO: At 500 feet elevation above the Phoenix valley, Fountain Hills is known for its outdoor activities, especially golf and hiking. The golf opportunities
include the FireRock Country Club with an 18-hole Gary Panks’ designed course, which winds through its desert landscape, as well as Eagle Mountain Golf Club with
its Scott Miller designed, par-71, 6800-yard course. SunRidge Canyon features a 6.823-yard, multiple award-winning par 71 course designed by Keith Foster.For
fitness enthusiasts and nature lovers, McDowell Mountain Regional Park is located just four miles north of Fountain Hills and has over 50 miles of hiking, mountain
biking and horseback riding trails within its 21.099 acres. Tonto National Park and Saguaro Lake are also located nearby and both offer opportunities for swimming.
boating, hiking, and horseback riding. The hallmark of Fountain Hills is the Fountain, of course, which is located in the 64-acre Fountain Park (one of four major parks).
The Fountain is higher than the Washington Monument, its full height of 560 feet. The world-famous Fountain runs every hour on the hour for 15 minutes from 9
am-9p.m. every day of the week and is propelled by two pumps to its estimated current daily height of 330 feet. Shopping areas include Avenue of the Fountains in
downtown Fountain Hills, The Crossings. Eagle Mountain Village Mountain Place and Fountain Hills Plaza, among others. Fountain Hills is known as an artists’
community, and features a collection of over 150 pieces of public art which adorn the public places in the community, including downtown streets, plazas and parks.
SCHOOLS: The schools in Fountain Hills are McDowell Mountain Elementary School (K-2nd), Four Peaks Elementary School (3rd-5th), Fountain Hills Middle School
(6th-8th) and Fountain Hills High School (gth-12th).
Bounded by Route 60 to the north and bisected by the 202 Freeway, the 76 square mile city of Gilbert is Phoenix’s neighbor to the southeast. Gilbert has a rural-type
feel, due to its agricultural beginnings as an agrarian community. Gilbert is primarily a suburban community and features dozens of distinct neighborhoods and
subdivisions such as Ashland Ranch, Breckenridge Madera Park, Circle G, Neely Farms, San Tan, Power Ranch and Morrison Ranch. Some of Gilbert’s more recent
subdivisions include Copper Ranch Villas by KB Home, Taylor Morrison’s Montaverde Summit Collection, and Paradise Cove by Ryland Homes Gilbert. Az
THINGS TO DO: Outdoor lovers in Gilbert can enjoy the multi-acre Riparian Preserve at Water Ranch with 4.5 miles of walking trails, as well as abundant bird life and
fishing. Two more popular parks are the Freestone District Park and Crossroads Park. Golf courses include the Western Skies Golf Club, Greenfield Lakes Golf Club.
Trilogy Golf Course at Power Ranch, and Seville Golf and Country Club, Gilbert also is home to several holiday events such as a Halloween carnival as well as an old-
fashioned 4th of July celebration. There are a few weekly farmer’s markets, served by nearby farms, as well as a bi-weekly art walk October through March. Major
shopping areas include the San Tan Village open-air mall and the shops at the Gilbert Town Square.
SCHOOLS: Gilbert is served by one major freeway, the Loop 202. Gilbert is a twenty-five-mile drive from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport, but is closer to the smaller
Phoenix Mesa Gateway Airport. Gilbert is served primarily by Gilbert Public Schools, with a few areas served by Mesa Public Schools, Chandler Unified School District
and the Higley Unified School District.
Goodyear is a city located 17 miles west of downtown Phoenix. Some of the subdivisions within Goodyear include Canyon Trails. Rancho Mira, Rio Paseo. Vanderbilt
Farms. Pebble Creek and Wildflower Ranch Condominium complexes within Goodyear include Villas at Palm Valley, CantaMia, Canyon Trails Courthomes, and
Pyramids and Palm Valley. Pebble Creek, for example, is a 55+ active adult retirement gated community with single-family homes featuring over 20 different
floorplans, developed by Robson Resort Communities. The Gila River winds through Goodyear, and the city is home to the 20,000 acre Estrella Mountain Regional
Park. There are 47 miles of multi-use paved trails as well as equestrian unpaved trails, for outdoor enthusiasts. Goodyear Community Park is a 35-acre park featuring a
skate park, splash pad, softball and baseball fields, volleyball courts, tennis courts, pickleball courts, basketball courts, playground and tot lot, as well as walking trails.
Golf courses within Goodyear include Tres Rios Golf Course, the Golf Club of Estrella and Palm Valley Golf Club. Several shopping centers are located in Goodyear
including Canyon Trails TowneCenter. Goodyear Centerpoint. Palm Valley Pavilions West, and the Market at Estrella Falls. Goodyear is also home to a new mall.
Estrella Falls Mall, containing 1.1 million square feet of high end retailers and dining.
SCHOOLS: Goodyear is served by Avondale Elementary School District, Litchfield Elementary School District and Aqua Fria Union High School District.
Mesa is the third-largest city in Arizona, and is located about 20 miles east of Phoenix. Mesa has over one hundred distinct neighborhoods, spread out over 133 square
miles, including Dobson Ranch. Boulder Mountain. Glenwood Park, Las Sendas, Red Mountain Ranch. Sky Mountain Estates, Thunder Mountain and Whisper Mountain
The Mountain Bridge community in the foothills of East Mesa features several different gated neighborhoods among 45% open space. Granite Ridge features Mattamy
Homes ranging from 3.015 to 4.249 square feet in size. There are dozens of condominium and townhome communities within Mesa, such as Coyote Landing,
Riverview Park, Dobson Bay Club, and Villa Rialto. Mesa is known to be a very family-friendly place to live with several entertainment options, including dozens of
parks and museums. There are over 2.280 acres of parkland within Mesa’s city limits, the largest of which is the 1,146-acre Red Mountain Park, which features a lake,
playgrounds, as well as a basketball and volleyball court. Museums in Mesa include the Arizona Museum for Youth, the Mesa Historical Museum, the Arizona Museum
of Natural History and the Commemorative Air Force Arizona Wing Aircraft Museum (located at Falcon Field). Other major destinations in Mesa include Golf Land
Sunsplash, the Holokam Park (home to the Oakland Athletics spring training) and Sloan Park (home to the Chicago Cubs spring training). Residents also enjoy the
arts and cultural events at the Mesa Amphitheatre and the Mesa Arts Center. Golfers enjoy the links at one of the dozens of courses in Mesa, including the Dobson
Ranch Golf Course. Fiesta Lakes Golf Club. Longbow Golf Club and Painted Mountain Golf Club. Shopping options within Mesa include the Fiesta Mall, Mesa Riverview
and the Superstition Springs Shopping Center. Mesa is connected to the METRO Light Rail, and is served by the Superstition Freeway (U.S. Route 60). State Route 87.
As well as the Loop 202 and the Loop 201. The Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is a smaller airport located in southeastern Mesa.
SCHOOLS: The public school district that serves the majority of Mesa is Mesa Public Schools. A small portion of Mesa is served by Gilbert Public Schools and Tempe
Generally speaking, this area of the Northwest Valley stretches from Bell Road to the south up to north of Happy Valley Road, and from the 303 Freeway to the west
and 24th Street and the 51 freeway to the east. There are several different larger single-family neighborhoods within this area such as Norterra. Arrowhead Lakes.
Westbrook Village. Ventana Lakes, Bascom Hills, Apache Peak Ranch, and Anthem. Arrowhead Ranch is one of the largest subdivisions in the Northwest Valley, and
features several smaller communities such as The Vistas at Arrowhead Ranch, Estates at Arrowhead. Arrowhead Manor Estates. Arrowhead Lakes, Arrowhead Estates.
Hamilton Arrowhead Ranch & Arrowhead Valley. Further north and east of Arrowhead Ranch is the subdivision of Desert Peak, a DR Horton master-planned
community featuring over 600 single family homes, divided into four distinct “units’ or neighborhoods, each with distinctive facades. Condominium complexes within
the Northwest Valley include Kitchell Skypark, Cordillera. Sundance. Woodlake. Avalon Hills and Springs at Yorkshire.
Paradise Valley located within the borders of Shea Boulevard to the north, Scottsdale Road to the east. Chaparral Road to the south, and 32nd Street to the west. Paradise Valley is technically a small town of 15 square miles. Incorporated in 1961. Paradise Valley dictated guidelines on the minimum size the land parcels. Therefore, most lots
within Paradise Valley proper are a minimum of one to five acres per parcel. Most of the homes within the town of Paradise Valley are single-family luxury homes.
Finisterre, located near Echo Canyon, is one of the largest gated communities in Paradise Valley. with 50 luxury homes, swimming pools, as well as biking/hiking
paths. The Lincoln Heights subdivision, located south of Clearwater Hills, offers more affordable single-family homes within the Paradise Valley zip code. Clearwater
Hills, located just east of Phoenix Mountain Preserve is a gated community of 217 homes, all uniquely designed with various architectural styles. Camelback Country
Club Estates offers multi-million dollar homes built around the golf course. Pennington Estates and Sanctuary feature larger custom homes, many with beautiful
views of nearby Camelback Mountain.
THINGS TO DO: Paradise Valley is known for its nearby mountain ranges. Mummy Mountain is located in the center of this town. Piestewa Peak (formerly known as
Squaw Peak) flanks its western border and Camelback Mountain is on the southern border. All of these mountains and their corresponding parks and recreation areas
provide opportunities for walking, hiking and mountain biking, the Phoenix Mountains Preserve has multiple levels of trails for varying fitness levels, while the Echo
Canyon Recreation Area is a popular starting point to tackle Camelback Mountain a difficult hike. Paradise Valley is home to eight full service resorts, providing several
options for leisure and getaways, including the Omni Scottsdale Resort and Spa at Montelucia and the JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback Golfing options abound in
Paradise Valley, as courses include the 18-hole course Paradise Valley Country Club which was established in 1953, as well as the Camelback Golf Club with its two
courses, the Padre and the Ambiente. Scottsdale Fashion Square is a popular mall, offering hundreds of both high-end and middle level retail stores, as well as
SCHOOLS: The A rated Scottsdale Unified School District services the town of Paradise Valley, with Kiva Elementary. Cherokee Elementary. Cocopah Middle School,
Ingleside Middle School and Chaparral High School as the town’s public schools.
This area of Northeast Phoenix as it appears on this map comprises the area from Bell Road to the north. Northern Avenue to the south, and from 1-17 to the west
Tatum Boulevard to the east. Some of the distinct neighborhoods in this corridor include Northgate, Estates at Moon Valley, Greenway Shadows. Lookout
Mountainside, Ridge at Lookout Mountain, Sweetwater Hills, Mountain Side Estates, Cholla Mountain Estates, Melrose Paradise, Cinnabar Canyon, Hillside Homes,
Montierra at Shadow Mountain, and Reserve at Shadow Mountain. Condominium complexes in this area include El Caro Villas, Sungate at Moon Mountain, Cliffs at
North Mountain, Shea Patio Villas, North Cave Creek Condos, Paradise On Condominiums, Rancho Mirada, and Villa Capri Condominiums. Things To Do: Areas to enjoy
outdoor activities this area include the Phoenix Mountains Preserve (containing Shadow Mountain and the Shadow Mountain Complex) This Preserve is home to
two major hikes: the Shadow Mountain Big Loop #310 and the Shadow Mountain Small Loop #312. To the west within this area of Northeast phoenix is the Lookout
Mountain Preserve, with its one-mile round-trip hike to 300 feet elevation, perfect for beginners. Community parks in this area include Christy Park, Roadrunner Park,
Palomino Park, Moon Valley Park, and Venturoso Park Golfers will enjoy the Stonecreek Golf Club.
Within the boundaries of this map area, Northwest Phoenix is bounded by Bell Road to the north, Sun City to the west, Northern Avenue to the south and l-17 to the
east. This area of Northwest Phoenix also encompasses part of Peoria. Peoria is the ninth largest city within Arizona in terms of population, sits within 142 square miles.
and incorporated in 1954. Some of the major neighborhoods within this area of Northwest Phoenix Arrowhead Cove, Diamond Cove at Desert Harbor, Plaza De Rio.
Granite Run, Ashland. Springer Ranch, Peoria Heights, Foxdale, Thunderbird Estates, Rossmore Village, Park Place North, and Lake Biltmore Estates. Diamond Cove at
Desert Harbor, for example, features single-family homes built in 1998-1999. with many of the homes waterfront on one of the lakes in this beautiful subdivision. The
neighborhood of Rossmore Village, in the city of Glendale, near Olive and 51st Avenue, features single family homes, townhomes and condominiums, most of which
were built in the early 1970s. Many have been remodeled. Springer Ranch is a neighborhood to the west of the 101 Freeway, north of Olive Avenue, and is comprised
of single family homes built in the late 1990s, and ranging from 1.100 to over 1.700 sq ft in size. Condominium complexes within this area include Phoenician Palms
Condominium, Avalon Hills Condominiums, Via Sitta Condominium, Meadows Condominium and Peoria Estates Condominium
This map area of Southeast Phoenix is bounded by Northern Avenue to the north, l-17 to the west and l-10 and the 202 freeway to the south. This area encompasses
the areas of Arcadia, the Biltmore and Encanto. Arcadia is a neighborhood found within the boundaries of both Phoenix and Scottsdale, and is located in the area from
Indian School Road north to Camelback Mountain, and from 44th Street to 64th Street. The hallmark of Arcadia is its ranch style homes on large manicured lots. While
some homes remain from the 1920s when Arcadia grew out of its citrus farm origins, the majority of the homes in Arcadia have been partially or fully updated in a
variety of architectural styles, including country cottage. Revival, Pueblo and blended architectural types. The Biltmore is another established neighborhood in this area
of Southeast Phoenix, and is bound by 24th street on the west, 32nd street on the east. Camelback to the south, and just beyond Lincoln drive to the north. The
Biltmore Hotel is the landmark hotel that central to this area, and nearby subdivisions are comprised of condos, patio homes, townhomes, estates and high-rise
condo homes. The Encanto and downtown Phoenix area are home to several neighborhoods, all of which are distinct from each other. Coronado. Eastlake Park.
Encanto/Palmcroft, Willo, Roosevelt. Garfield and Grand are some of the major neighborhoods found in this area. Many of these areas feature historic homes, and
most are walkable, bike-friendly and close to the light rail.
This area of Southwest Phoenix as designated on this map is bounded by Northern Avenue to the north, the 101 Freeway to the west. l-17 to the south and l-10 to the
east. This area encompasses the city of Glendale. The major subdivisions in Glendale include Glen Acres, West Glenn Estates, Rovey Farm Estates, Glendale Parkside.
Sheely Farms, Terracita, and Maryvale Village, among countless others. These are generally speaking, more established neighborhoods of single-family homes built
from the 1960s to present day. For example, Rovey Farm Estates features Santa Barbara/Tuscan and ranch style homes built in 2004-2005 and range from 1.600 to
over 3.600 sq feet in size. Maryvale Village has a wide range of home styles and types from a 2-bedroom condo in the Graybriar to 5 bedroom single family homes.
Popular parks in Southwest Phoenix include Glendale Heroes Regional Park, Foothills Park, Rio Vista Park, Desert West Park, and Camelback Ranch. Outdoor
enthusiasts will enjoy the nearby Thunderbird Conservation Park with its several trails suitable for all levels of hikers, as well as the Deer Valley Petroglyph Preserve
Entertainment options abound in Glendale with the Ak Chin Casino, the Peoria Sports Complex, Maryvale Stadium, the University of Phoenix Stadium, and the Gila
River Arena Major shopping centers include the nearby Arrowhead Mall, Desert Sky Mall. Tanger Outlets Westgate, and the Westgate City Center. Golfers have many
options including the Bellaire Golf Club, Grand Canyon University Golf Course, the 500 Club, Glen Lakes Golf Course, and the Arrowhead Country Club.
This area of Scottsdale (bounded by Tatum Blvd and the 51 Freeway to the west, the 101 Freeway to the north, the 101 Freeway to the east and Shea Blvd to the south)
contains several different neighborhoods and communities. The Kierland subdivision features luxury condos as well as single family homes. Kierland Heritage for
example, is a townhome community with one and two story options and large floorplans up to 2.500 square feet. Other subdivisions within this area of North
Scottsdale include Paradise Park Vista which features single family homes with manicured lots in the highly sought after North Ranch Elementary neighborhood. The
gated community of Belmont in Triple Crown features single family homes built in 1997 and feeds into the popular Copper Canyon Elementary School. Other
subdivisions within this area include Tatum Village, Cactus Glen, Desert Trails, and Heatherwood.
THINGS TO DO: There are several popular parks in this area, including Greenway Park, Kierland Park, Crossed Arrows Park, Mescal Park and Sonrisa Park, many of
which feature athletic fields, walking paths and playgrounds. Golfing options in this area include the Kierland Golf Club. Orange Tree Golf Resort, and the Tournament
Players Club of Scottsdale. Entertainment, dining and shopping options abound in North Scottsdale, from the Ice Den and Cracker Jax, to the outdoor shopping malls
of Kierland Commons and Scottsdale Quarter. Other shopping areas include The Shops at Zocallo and the Promenade Shopping Center.
SCHOOLS: The A rated Paradise Valley Unified School District serves this area, from North Ranch Elementary. Liberty Elementary. Copper Canyon Elementary,
Sequoya Elementary, to Cocopah Middle School, Desert Shadows Middle School, and Horizon High School.
This area of Scottsdale is bounded the 101 Freeway to the west, north of Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard, and south of Shea Boulevard. Homebuyers will find a large
variety of homes here. The Scottsdale Hills neighborhood, south of Thunderbird Road and 94th Street, for example, consists of one story condominiums, while the
Sweetwater Ranch neighborhood has mixture of townhomes, patio homes and single family homes, ranging from 1.000 square feet to 3.600 square feet. This area
also includes highly desirable, established single-family neighborhoods such as The Retreat, Country Trace, Scottsdale Vista and Desert Wind. Mountain View Ranch
features larger single family detached homes built by Pulte Homes and other builders. Many of these homes have been updated, and the community features walking
and biking paths, as well as a children’s playground. The Cabo Del Rio neighborhood has 42 single story homes including condos and single family homes. The homes
were primarily built by DEACTIS between 1993 and 1994.
THINGS TO DO: Fitness opportunities are plentiful in this corridor, as there are dozens of parks with walking and biking trails, as well as numerous fitness centers.
Golfers can take advantage of the public courses available at the TPC Scottsdale, the Talon and Raptor at Grayhawk or Kierland’s 9-hole Ironwood, Acacia and
Mesquite courses. Nearby shopping (across the 101 freeway) includes the Scottsdale Quarter, with its Apple store, Pottery Barn, Restoration Hardware and American
Girl. Kierland Commons is just across Scottsdale Road, and offers plenty of retailers such as Anthropologie and Crate and Barrel, as well as many popular restaurants.
SCHOOLS: The schools in this area are serviced by the A rated Paradise Valley Unified School District, and include Redfield Elementary. Desert Canyon Middle School
and Desert Mountain High School.
This area of Central Scottsdale is bounded by Shea Boulevard to the north, 64th Street to the west, the 101 Freeway to the east, and McKellips Boulevard to the south.
Within Central Scottsdale can be found several smaller subdivisions. Many of the homes built in this area are ranch-style homes, and most were built between the
mid-1950s into the early 1980s. Two of the oldest subdivisions in this area are McCormick Ranch and Gainey Ranch. Incorporated in 1972, McCormick Ranch features 50
separate neighborhoods ranging from townhomes and patio homes to single family homes on the golf course. Gainey Ranch began in the 1980s and features 11
different neighborhoods, both single family and condominium communities, in a wide variety of architectural styles. Gainey Ranch is walled and gated with up-to-
date security systems, cameras and patrols. Another subdivision in Central Scottsdale is Santa Maria Villa, with moderately priced homes with smaller square footage.
built in the late 1970s, early 1980s. The nearby Park Scottsdale subdivision was built in two phases in the 1960s and 1970s. These subdivisions include both single
family and two-story town homes, with an average square footage of 1.500 square feet.
THINGS TO DO: Golf courses are everywhere in Central Scottsdale, from the links at the Scottsdale-Silverado Golf Club to the courses within McCormick Ranch and
Gainey Ranch proper. The Indian School Park and Tennis Center is a public tennis facility with 13 tennis courts. The Indian Bend Wash Greenbelt, rated one of the top
green spaces” in Arizona, winds its way through the heart of Central Scottsdale. The greenbelt has many lakes, parks and paths, and features more than 24 grade-
separated crossings. So users can avoid major cross traffic. The Arizona Canal Trail is also a popular amenity for fitness enthusiasts. The Scottsdale Entertainment
District is within Central Scottsdale, and features a wide variety of restaurants, bars and nightclubs. There are several shopping centers in Central Scottsdale such as
the Shops at Gainey Village and The Pavilions at Talking Stick. The luxury Scottsdale Fashion Square Mall with hundreds of high-end and mid-level retail shops is
located within Central Scottsdale. Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is less than 9 miles away from Central Scottsdale.
SCHOOLS: The Scottsdale School District serves family-friendly Central Scottsdale, including Pueblo and Navajo Elementary Schools, Mohave and Cocopah Middle
Schools, as well as Saguaro and Coronado High Schools.
This area of North Scottsdale contains a wide assortment of homes, from luxury semi-custom homes to condominiums. Troon North. Grayhawk and DC Ranch are all
within this area. But other subdivisions within this area are also worth exploring. For example, Winfield is a guard-gated community of custom luxury homes built by
Pulte Homes. The 511 homes in Winfield range in size from 1,434 to 5.300 feet. The hallmark of Winfield is its own private 75-acre mountain. With over 8 miles of
private trails and a showcase clubhouse. Winfield is a gem of North Scottsdale. Another subdivision within this area is Bellasera, a 24-hour guard gated community
with 360 homes built in 2000 or so. These luxury homes feature a wide variety of floorplans and square footage. Bellasera is host to numerous amenities such as a
community pool and spa, lighted basketball and tennis courts, as well as a community clubhouse with a health and fitness center. The Preserve subdivision is another
gated community in North Scottsdale, with 143 homes located on 120 acres. With larger lot sizes and square footage, these luxury homes are located in a
neighborhood with a close community feel thanks to scheduled neighborhood activities and events. Pinnacle Peak Park and its 35 mile round trip trail is a popular
option with both fitness and nature enthusiasts. The McDowell Sonoran Preserve and its trailheads for popular hikes such as Tom’s Thumb, Brown’s Ranch and
Fraesfield are adjacent to this area. Golfing options in this area of North Scottsdale include the Whisper Rock Golf Club. Legend Trail Golf Club. Desert Mountain Golf
Course. Grayhawk Golf Club. Troon North and the Terravita Golf and Country Club. Entertainment, dining and shopping options abound along Scottsdale Road, from
The Summit at Scottsdale to El Pedregal. Further south are the outdoor shopping malls of Kierland Commons. Scottsdale Quarter, The Shops at Zocallo, and the
Promenade Shopping Center.
SCHOOLS: The Cave Creek Unified School District serves this area, from Horseshoe Trails Elementary and Desert Sun Academy to Sonoran Trails Middle School and
Cactus Shadows High School.
Founded in the late 1990s. DC Ranch is a picturesque community located at the base of the McDowell Mountains. DC Ranch is actually home to four separate villages:
Market Street, Country Club. Desert Camp and Desert Parks Village. These villages feature a variety of home types, including patio homes, town homes.
condominiums, and single family homes. For example. Tapadero Villas, within Country Club Village, offers townhomes which range in size from 2.600 to 3.000 square
feet. Camelot Homes offers tri-plex villas, single-family 2-3 bedroom homes, ranging in size from 2.062 to 2.600 square feet, in a gated subdivision within walking
distance to nearby Market Street. Country Club Village is guard-gated and includes access to the Tom Lehman and John Fought Golf Courses in DC Ranch. The
nearby Desert Camp Village contains Rosewood Homes 34 luxury homes, all of which back up to open space. These homes have five different floor plans and range
in size from 2.300 to 4.000 square feet. HOA: There are three different monthly Homeowner’s Association fees in DC Ranch which fall into three categories:
Community Council. Ranch ociation well as Neighborhood here applicable). These fund the operation and maintenance of the community
centers and amenities, as well as common area maintenance. Some neighborhood fees also cover security features, depending on the neighborhood.DC Ranch is
known for its resort-style amenities, including two community centers: the Homestead and Desert Camp. The Homestead offers an adventure playground and
basketball courts, as well as a splash pad and a community theatre. Desert Camp also offers an adventure playground, a pool. a fitness room, as well as basketball
and tennis courts. There are 33 miles of paths and trails throughout DC Ranch, perfect for outdoor and fitness enthusiasts. Nearby McDowell Mountain Regional Park
also offers over 40-miles of hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding trails. Nearby shopping includes DC Ranch Marketplace, Market Street. Canyon Ranch, as
well as the Scottsdale Quarter and Kierland Commons. DC Ranch is approximately 25 miles away from Sky Harbor International Airport.
SCHOOLS: The Scottsdale School District serves family-friendly DC Ranch. Copper Ridge Elementary. Copper Ridge Middle School and Chaparral High School service
this community, with Copper Ridge located less than a mile away. Also nearby is Notre Dame Preparatory High School, a private high school.
The highly desirable master-planned community of Grayhawk is located west of Scottsdale Road, from Deer Valley Road south to the 101 freeway. Grayhawk features
a mixture of homes, from condominiums to townhomes to single family homes, and caters to everyone, from the busy executive to families and empty nesters.
Grayhawk has two distinct areas: The Park side and The Retreat side. The Park neighborhood features one gated community, with the rest not gated. Grayhawk Park
features luxury homes constructed by high-end builders such as Coventry and T.W. Lewis, and range in size from 1.200 square feet to 4.000 square feet. The Retreat
side of Grayhawk is comprised of two guard-gated communities: the Raptor Retreat and the Talon Retreat, both featuring luxury homes by Toll Brothers, Engle and
Cachet. The neighborhood of Serenity, within Raptor Retreat, features all custom homes on larger lots. The Edge and Venu are two luxury condominium
developments within Grayhawk with 1-3 bedrooms. There are also different townhome subdivisions in Grayhawk, such as The Villages. Encore, Avian and Tesoro
offering floorplans ranging from approximately 1.300 to 2.500 square feet. All of these developments feature community pools and fitness centers. Golfers can enjoy
the Grayhawk Golf Club which features 36 holes on two courses. The Tom Fazio designed Raptor Course is a par 72.7.090-yard course and is the site of many
popular golf events. The award-winning Talon Course is a Graham and Panks-designed 6.973-yard course. Grayhawk is also home to 20 miles of walking paths, and
well-marked bicycle lanes, providing safe and convenient thoroughfares for cyclists. Grayhawk Park is popular with fitness enthusiasts due to its baseball fields, tennis
courts, volleyballs courts, basketball courts, and soccer fields. Nearby and also available to the residents of Grayhawk, is the popular Thompson Peak Park, which has
four lighted softball fields as well as two full basketball courts. Grayhawk is community living at its finest, thanks to a resident program director who schedules several
social and sporting events throughout the year to benefit the residents of Grayhawk Shopping and entertainment options are convenient to Grayhawk thanks to its
central location near Scottsdale Road. Kierland Commons. The Scottsdale Quarter, and Scottsdale Promenade, are all popular shopping destinations just minutes
away on Scottsdale Road. The larger Scottsdale Fashion Square Mall, with several luxury department stores, is further south on Scottsdale Road.
SCHOOLS: Arizona’s largest school district, Paradise Valley Unified, serves Grayhawk, specifically Grayhawk Elementary School, Mountain Trail Middle School and
Pinnacle High School. All are A rated schools. Grayhawk is 26 miles away from Sky Harbor Airport
The master-planned community of McDowell Mountain Ranch is located within 3.200 acres in the foothills of McDowell Mountain in Northeast Scottsdale. McDowell
Mountain Ranch contains approximately 4.000 homes, built by 14 different builders, within 26 neighborhoods. These distinct neighborhoods feature a wide variety of
homes, offering something for every type of resident. Cimarron Hills and Cimarron Ridge, both featuring beautiful views. Within Cimarron Hills, are three different
communities: The Villas, The Enclave and The Vistas. These homes range in size from 2237 square feet to 3.744 square feet, and are all single level. Cimarron Ridge
has the same floor plans, but is a guard gated community, with an additional homeowner’s association with monthly fees for the cost of this security feature. These
fees also cover the use of the community’s private recreation center which has a pool and spa as well as a fitness center, and tennis courts. The development of
Sunrise Point is located in one of the highest points in McDowell Mountain Ranch. There are two distinct areas with a combined total of 174 homes. The Estates
features single family homes, while the Villas contains patio homes. The patio homes range from 1.430 square feet to 1.834 square feet, and the single family homes
within The Estates range from 1.792 square feet to 2.704 square feet. Both of these neighborhoods have the unique feature of a lack of boundary walls and view
fences separating these homes. The Villas and The Estates are guard-gated neighborhoods, with separate homeowner’s associations. McDowell Mountain Ranch
features another interesting neighborhood. The Fairways, a Shea Homes development. These 103 homes have six different floorplans: three single level and three
two story, from 1.999 square feet to 3.460 square feet in size. This development is bordered by The McDowell Mountain Golf Club (previously The Sanctuary), so many
homes have views f the course. There is a golf course clubhouse outside the gated entrance to this community There are miles of improved and natural trails within
McDowell Mountain Ranch, which connect the various neighborhoods to the local library, the recreation center as well as the neighborhood schools. The hallmark of
McDowell Mountain Ranch is the McDowell Mountain Ranch Fitness & Aquatic Center, which is home to a lane lap pool and play pool, as well as a lazy river water
slide and splash pad. The center also has a skate park as well as a well-equipped fitness center for residents. McDowell Mountain Ranch has a separate 5-acre park
with basketball and tennis courts, a sand volleyball court and a splash fountain. Nearby McDowell Mountain Regional Park offers over 40-miles of hiking, mountain
biking, and horseback riding trails. The Ice Den, an ice skating and hockey rink, is less than a mile away. Nearby shopping includes the McDowell Mountain Village and
Desert Canyon Shopping Center, as well as the Scottsdale Quarter and Kierland Commons. McDowell Mountain Ranch is approximately 29 minutes away from Sky
Harbor International Airport.
SCHOOLS: The Scottsdale School District serves family-friendly McDowell Mountain Ranch with Desert Canyon Elementary and Desert Canyon Middle School sharing
a campus. Both schools are accessible via paths that do not require that a student cross any surface streets. Desert Mountain High School is located nearby. on Via
Pima Acres is a luxury community located just east of Grayhawk, and between the northern and southern neighborhoods of DC Ranch. Pima Acres was first established
in 1993, and finished in 2008, and features 140 custom-built homes on 1 to 2-plus acre lots. Home sizes this lower-density neighborhood range from 2,500 to over
8.000 square feet, and feature incredible views of the nearby McDowell Mountains. Pima Acres residents can also enjoy the 33 miles of paths and trails throughout
nearby DC Ranch offering numerous opportunities for fitness enthusiasts. Nearby McDowell Mountain Regional Park also offers over 40-miles of hiking, mountain
biking, and horseback riding trails. The Ice Den and the McDowell Mountain Aquatic Center offer more entertainment options nearby. Golfers will enjoy the nearby
courses of the Grayhawk Golf Club, the Stadium or Champions course at TPC Scottsdale, or Kierland’s Ironwood, Acacia and Mesquite courses, all open to the public.
Nearby shopping includes DC Ranch Marketplace, Market Street, Canyon Ranch, as well as the Scottsdale Quarter and Kierland Commons. Pima Acres is
approximately 25 miles away from Sky Harbor International Airport.
SCHOOLS: The Scottsdale School District serves family-friendly Pima Acres. Copper Ridge Elementary. Copper Ridge Middle School and Chaparral High School
service this community, with Copper Ridge located less than a mile away. Also nearby is Notre Dame Preparatory High School. a private high school.
Pinnacle Peak is an area of North Scottsdale is located west of Scottsdale Road, from Happy Valley Road to Deer Valley Road east to Pima and Pinnacle Peak Road.
Pinnacle Peak is home to many different types of neighborhoods. For example. Sonoran Highlands is a development within a mile of Troon Country Club that features
78 custom homes built between 1987 and 2009. Arizona Silverado offers single family homes built by Kaufman and Broad in a smaller sized community. These homes
range in size from 1.400 to 2.400 square feet. The Pinnacle Reserve is a subdivision located at Miller Road and Happy Valley Road. This gated neighborhood contains
single family homes built by Trend Homes in 2000. Custom homes also can be found in the Pinnacle Reserve. The homes in this subdivision range from 2.904 to 6,000
square feet. Another popular subdivision is Sonoran Hills, with both gated and ungated neighborhoods featuring homes by seven different builders. For example,
Entrada De Oro is a gated neighborhood with homes built by Maracay Homes, in six floor plans ranging from 2,628 to 3.277 square feet. Nearby Pavanne, an ungated
neighborhood has homes built by Glen Alden Homes in five floor plans ranging from 2.216 to 3.010 square feet. Golfers will enjoy the Pinnacle Peak Country Club Golf
Course, which features a private parkland-style championship course. This walkable par-72.7.030-yard golf course was designed by Dick Turner. Nearby Sonoran
Hills Park is a beautiful ten-acre park with amenities such as a softball field, lighted tennis court, two lighted basketball courts, two playgrounds and picnic areas.
Shopping and entertainment options are convenient to the Pinnacle Peak area thanks to its central location near Scottsdale Road. The Shops at Pinnacle Peak and the
Desert Village Shopping Center are located within this area. However, Kierland Commons. The Scottsdale Quarter, and Scottsdale Promenade, are all popular
shopping destinations that are just minutes away on Scottsdale Road. The larger Scottsdale Fashion Square Mall is further south.
SCHOOLS: Paradise Valley Unified, Arizona’s largest school district. serves the Pinnacle Peak area, specifically. Pinnacle Peak Elementary School, Mountain Trail
Middle School and Pinnacle High School. All are A rated schools. This area of Pinnacle Peak is approximately 27 miles away from Phoenix Sky Harbor International
Troon North is located east of Pima Road along Dynamite Road, and adjacent to the 185-acre Pinnacle Peak Park. This master-planned community of luxury homes is
known for its incredible mountain and desert views. Within Troon North are various neighborhoods, such as the neighborhood of Pinnacle Canyon, a gated golf course
community featuring both custom and semi-custom single family homes, in Territorial and Santa Fe styles. Nearby Pinnacle Ridge showcases single family Santa
Barbara/Tuscan homes built by TW Lewis and M/1 Homes. Pinnacle Foothills is a gated community with single-family homes in the 2.000 to 4.500 square foot range
Another option for homeowners in Troon North is the Rocks Clubs Condos, a private, member-owned club featuring 3 and 4-bedroom vacation style luxury condos.
Amenities include a fitness center, lap pool, wading pool and spa, exclusive to members. The Troon Verde community is a smaller gated community with homes in the
Santa Barbara/Tuscan style, both custom and semi-custom. Golfers in Troon North will enjoy two 18-hole Tom Weiskopf designed courses. The Pinnacle is a 7.044-
yard par 72 course, and the Monument is a 7.082 par 72 course, both of which can be found at the base of the mountain preserve. Troon residents get club
memberships at no additional charge and receive reduced greens fees, driving range access, as well as prioritized tee times. Troon North has a 37.000 sq/ft clubhouse
with a bar and grill. and large banquet facilities. Fitness and outdoor enthusiasts will feel right at home in Troon North with the popular Pinnacle Peak Park and its 35
mile round trip trail within a stone’s throw of this community. The McDowell Sonoran Preserve and its trailheads for popular hikes such as Tom’s Thumb, Brown’s Ranch
and Fraesfield, are literally minutes away from Troon North Families can also enjoy the amenities of the Troon North Community Park, with its large grass area,
playgrounds, tennis and basketball courts and picnic ramadas. Nearby shopping and dining options to Troon North include Market Street at DC Ranch, el Pedregal at
the Boulders Resort, Kierland Commons and Scottsdale Quarter.
SCHOOLS: The Cave Creek School District serves Troon, specifically Desert Sun Academy, Sonoran Trails Middle School, and Cactus Shadows High School. All are A
Troon Village is a luxury master-planned community which wraps around the base of Troon Mountain with Happy Valley Road to the south and Jomax Road to the
north. Troon Village is also known as a golf community, so its upscale homes typically have either mountain or golf course views. Within Troon Village are several
distinct neighborhoods. For example, Boulder Mountain Estates feature 18 custom homes within a gated community on lots that range in size from 1.15 to 3.67 acres.
Windy Walk Estates is another gated neighborhood, and showcases large custom homes, 5.000 square feet plus, on larger lots up to 8 acres. Another neighborhood
within Troon Village is Artesano at Troon Canyon, which is a guard-gated subdivision featuring Tuscan and European-style homes averaging more than 5.000 square
feet. For those looking for smaller homes, the Shea Homes in the Four Peaks subdivision may fit the bill as these homes range from 2,000 to 3.500 square feet. Troon
Village has its own golf course in the Troon Country Club. This 7.040 yard, 18-hole course is a Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish design. Troon Country Club also features
state-of-the-art fitness center, lagoon pool and tennis center. The clubhouse offers three different dining options for its members. Fitness and outdoor enthusiasts
will be at home in Troon Village, thanks to the popular Pinnacle Peak Park and its 35 mile round trip trail located minutes away. The McDowell Sonoran Preserve and
its trailheads for popular hikes such as Tom’s Thumb, Brown’s Ranch and Fraesfield, are also within the vicinity of Troon Village. Families can also enjoy the amenities
of the Troon North Community Park, with its large grass area, playgrounds, tennis and basketball courts and picnic ramadas. Nearby shopping and dining options in
Troon include Market Street at DC Ranch. el Pedregal at the Boulders Resort, Kierland Commons and Scottsdale Quarter.
SCHOOLS: The Cave Creek School District serves Troon. specifically Desert Sun Academy, Sonoran Trails Middle School, and Cactus Shadows High School. All are A
Tempe is a 40 square mile city located in the East Valley of the Sun, and is generally considered to be both a college town. home to Arizona State University. (thus
popular with students and young professionals), and a family-friendly city, thanks to its many parks and planned communities. There is a wide range of homes in
Tempe. For example, Camelot Village, contains 300 mid-priced family homes in a more walkable, urban type of neighborhood. Another subdivision, the Lakes in
Tempe, is a neighborhood of townho single-family and custom homes, many on one of two lakes in the middle of this community. The Lakes has a commu
clubhouse as well as tennis and volleyball courts. Other popular communities in Tempe include University Heights, Shalimar, Warner Ranch, Glenview Estates,
Broadway Palms, Buena Vista Ranchos, Circle G Ranches. Sunburst Farms and Orchid house (loft style condominiums).