McDowell Mountain Ranch Market Update – November 2016

 

McDowell Mountain Ranch – November 2016

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  • Currently there are over 21,000+ homes available through the AZ MLS
  • Average Days on Market for a single family home in McDowell Mountain Ranch is roughly 120 days
  • McDowell Mtn. Ranch has a total of 46 homes on the market through the MLS with average  price per square foot of $220 (not including for sale by owner).  Which is a pretty big number as compared to Windgate Ranch they only have 17 on the market
  • Entry level homes in McDowell Mountain Ranch will run you $400k to over $2M for some of the larger custom homes in One Hundred Hills.
  • Avg price per sqft for a home in pending status is $210 being sold is $220 per sqft
  • Mcdowell Mountain Ranch had 19 homes sell in the month of September and October Mcdowell Mountain Ranch had 15 homes went pending in the month of October
  • Cheapest house available for sale in McDowell Mountain is listed for $390k
  • Most expensive house for sale in McDowell Mountain Ranch is $2M

 

 Recent Sales

  

  • 11371 E Winchomb Dr 4057 sqft (Listed for $1,579,000 and Sold for $1,295,000_
  • 10847 E Palm Ridge Dr 2936 sqft (Listed for $740k and Sold For $730k)
  • 10735 E Carribean Ln 2623 sqft (Listed for $629k and Sold for $590k)
  • 10320 E Berbena Ln 2396 sqft (Listed for $575k and Sold for $522k)
  • 10603 E Conieson Rd 2327 sqft (Listed for $560k and Sold for $530k)

 

Just a few reasons to work with The Holm Group

 

  • The Holm Group has 10 top ranking websites that focus on driving traffic specifically to buyers that are looking to move into your community. (www.theholmgroupaz.com)
  • Community specific page which will feature your listing – McDowell Mountain Ranch
  • All listings in McDowell Mountain Ranch will have their own personal website built for enhanced internet exposure.
  • The Holm Group has closed over $100M in transactions in counting
  • The Holm Group has been representing buyers and sellers throughout Scottsdale and McDowell Mountain Ranch for the past 16 years. Stay tuned for our new listing which will be coming on the market after the first of the year.
  • I am running a buy/sell special for all of McDowell Mountain Ranch through February 2017.  Mention that you saw the special via this BLOG post. Call for further details..

 

Representing Buyers and Sellers throughout McDowell Mountain Ranch…

Andrew Holm, ABR

Berkshire Hatahway HomeServices

The Holm Group – Scottsdale

Office: 480-767-2738  Cell: 480-206-4265

Email: [email protected]

McDowell Mountain Ranch Homes For Sale – New Listing

McDowell Mountain Ranch Homes For Sale – Scottsdale

Here is a beautiful new listing that just came on the market today in McDowell Mountain Ranch over the past few days. This home was listed yesterday with Remax Fine Properties and is available to show now.  Currently there are 33 homes for sale with the prices range in the lower $500’s to just over $2,000,000 for one of the larger custom homes.

MLS Description: Stunning home with endless views and impressive upgrades will impress any buyer. This spectacular high quality custom home has everything your buyers are looking for. This hillside home in guard gated 100 Hills at McDowell Mountain Ranch offers endless city light and mountain views. Perfect family floor plan with designer details and upgrades including but not limited to travertine & hand scraped wood flooring with 6 “ wood base , retractable wall of glass for the ultimate in AZ living and a fabulous kitchen fit for a chef. This split plan offers an elegant owner’s suite, private office, and two additional en-suite bedrooms with their own bonus room, all sharing the magnificent views of the surrounding mountains and city light vistas.

The Holm Group has represented several buyers as well as sellers in the McDowell Mountain Ranch area and are happy to address any questions on this home or of the other homes that are on the market either as a rental or for sale.  Give Andrew a call today at 480-206-4265 w/ Berkshire Hathaway Arizona.

 

If you are looking for something else in the McDowell Mountain Ranch area click this link below for all of the Legend Trail Homes For Sale:

Call Andrew w/ The Holm Group and Berkshire Hathaway for any questions regarding McDowell Mountain at 480-206-4265.

McDowell Mountain Ranch Homes For Sale – New Listing

McDowell Mountain Ranch Homes For Sale – Scottsdale

Here is a fantastic new listing that just came on the market today in McDowell Mountain Ranch over the past few days and backs to the McDowell Mountain Perserve. This home was listed yesterday with Helen Cass of Remax Fine Properties and is available to show this weekend.  Currently there are 62 homes for sale in the McDowell Mountain Ranch area with the prices range in the mid $300’s for one of the condos to over $2,000,000 for one of the larger custom homes.  If you are interested in this home or another home in the McDowell Mountain Ranch area let me know as we are very familiar with the community and just closed several deals in the area. J

The Holm Group has represented several buyers or sellers in the McDowell Mountain Ranch area and is happy to address any questions on this home or of the other homes that are on the market either as a rental or for sale.  Give Andrew a call today at 480-206-4265 w/ Berkshire Hathaway Arizona Properties

Property Address For Sale: 11146 E Verbena Lane Scottsdale AZ 85255

Link:  McDowell Mountain Ranch – 11146 E Verbena LN Scottsdale

A few pics:

McDowell Mountain Ranch Homes For Sale

 

If you are looking for something else in the McDowell Mountain Ranch area click this link below for all of the McDowell Mountain Ranch Homes Homes For Sale:  McDowell Mountain Ranch Homes For Sale

Call Andrew w/ The Holm Group and Berkshire Hathaway for any questions regarding Ancala at 480-206-4265.

 

Interested in buying a home in McDowell Mountain Ranch?

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Welcome to McDowell Mountain Ranch, or The Ranch, as it is known by homeowners and local businesses. The Ranch is an award winning 3,200-acre master-planned community nestled in the foothills of the McDowell Mountains in northeast Scottsdale where the natural beauty and serenity of the mountains, along with the unique ecosystem of the Sonoran Desert makes for an ideal backdrop for Homes for Sale in McDowell Mountain Ranch Scottsdale.

This community, which was first conceived in 1992 and then opened to the public in 1995, is made up of 26 distinct neighborhoods, built by 14 different builders, and comprises almost 4,000 homes. Over $130,000,000 was spent on infrastructure and site improvements which included miles of paved and natural trails, a narrow-cast cable TV station, a Community Center, the McDowell Center, two heated pools and spas, children’s playgrounds, tennis courts, picnic and green areas.

In addition, the community offers a wide variety of social and physical activities for residents of The Ranch including an impressive and growing calendar of events which includes 25 clubs reflecting varied interests, a wide variety of children’s activities, plus numerous community-wide events, classes, and deeply discounted excursions.

The Ranch sits adjacent to the McDowell Sonoran Desert Preserve and is home to such publicly funded assets as the Desert Canyon School Campus, the Scottsdale Arabian Library, a Scottsdale Citizen’s Service Center, WestWorld and the Sanctuary Golf Course. And, if that is not impressive enough, the city will soon be breaking ground on an expansive aquatic park and eventually on a gateway center for the McDowell Sonoran Preserve.

If you are a first time home buyer you can pick up a 1200 sf home for roughly $200k. If you are a looking for something a bit larger, Mcdowell Mountain Ranch also offers custom homes.

**Windgate Ranch – A brand new masterplanned community by Toll Brothers Sales start as of 2006 via a lottery. Call me to find out more on updated pricing as well as the lottery process.

The lifestyle you have longed for…the lifestyle you deserve…awaits you at Windgate Ranch by Toll Brothers, where the good life is your way of life. Nestled in the foothills of the magnificent McDowell Mountains, it’s a spectacular community in the High Sonoran Desert where emphasis is placed on an active family lifestyle.

Windgate Ranch is a breathtaking master plan which offers exciting amenities, exquisite residential choices and a fabulous lifestyle. Inspired by the best in Southwest living, the community reflects a touch of Old-World Spanish hacienda-style architecture, inviting courtyards and romantic balconies. As a homeowner in Windgate Ranch, you’ll enjoy a casual yet elegant Southwestern lifestyle.

Whether you are buying or selling a home in the McDowell Mountain Ranch area or looking for a new home in Windgate Ranch, The Holm Group is here to assist you. The Holm Group represents both buyers and sellers throughout Scottsdale and surrounding areas. Whether it’s a custom home, luxury home, town home you can rely on The Holm Group to ensure a smooth and successful transaction. Remove the stress from buying or selling and let The Holm Group assist you today.

AZ Central – Scottsdale adds 6,400 acres to preserve

Scottsdale completed a two-decade goal on Wednesday in buying 6,400 acres of state trust land in the far north of the city that will connect the McDowell Sonoran Preserve to the Tonto National Forest.

The city was the lone bidder at $88.2millionfor three parcels east of the Legend Trail golf community that were auctioned by the Arizona State Land Department.

The link of the preserve’s McDowell Mountains and desert terrain to the national forest provides a wildlife corridor and supports the natural cycle of plants propagating across the public lands.

“This is a big damn day because, after 22 years, we’re finally connecting to the forest,” said Carla, her full legal name, one of the initial advocates of the city’s preserve.

Scottsdale’s acquisition increases the size of the preserve by 30 percent, to 27,800 acres, generally stretching northwest from 136th Street and Cactus Road to the Stagecoach Pass road alignment east of Pima Road. The city’s goal has been to protect about 34,000 acres.

“In order to have biologically sustainable open space, you have to have large areas connecting to other larger areas with access to water,” said Carla, former director of the McDowell Sonoran Conservancy.

The newly acquired preserve land includes Little Granite Mountain and Cholla Mountain. It has limited access from unpaved roads but includes a spider web of trails.

Scottsdale will pay $72.2 million for the trust land, with the remaining $16million coming from the state’s Growing Smarter conservation fund.

Scottsdale Councilman Dennis Robbins, who attended the brief, one-bidder auction, was pleased with the city’s land acquisition at the minimum bid.

“This completes a long-term goal of the citizens to preserve as much of the desert as possible,” he said.

Scottsdale will continue its conservation efforts next year with a goal of buying about 2,400 acres of rugged McDowell Mountain terrain southwest of 136th Street and Bell Road. That could cost $10million to $25million, with about $4million in matching funds possibly available, Robbins said.

Beyond that, the city’s funding capacity is nearly tapped out.

The councilman said that “it might be a hard sell for the citizens” to further tax themselves to buy the more expensive state trust land northeast of Dynamite Boulevard and Pima Road.

Scottsdale voters have supported the conservation effort with two sales-tax measures scheduled to expire in 2025 and 2034, respectively.

The expanded preserve of 27,800 acres, or about 43 square miles, is about a quarter of the city’s land area.

“This week marks a major accomplishment for Scottsdale’s McDowell Sonoran Preserve,” Mayor Jim Lane said. “By leveraging state grant funds over the last four years, we have been able to save the city more than $88million while extending the purchasing power of local sales taxes dedicated to expanding the preserve.”

Scottsdale is developing further access points to the preserve, with the Brown’s Ranch trailhead near Alma School Road and Dynamite Boulevard scheduled to open next summer, said Scott Hamilton, city trails planner.

That will provide some flatter desert trails ideal for mountain biking and equestrians, he said.

Kroy Ekblaw, Scottsdale preserve director, said other trailheads with limited parking and amenities will be added early next year for Fraesfield Mountain and along 136th Street north of the Lone Mountain Road alignment.

AZ Central – Scottsdale faces challenge to finish McDowell Sonoran Preserve

In a city known for resorts, golf and nightlife, Scottsdale has quietly veered down a different path the past two decades by protecting 33 square miles of desert and mountain terrain in its McDowell Sonoran Preserve.

The city’s 21,400-acre preserve has grown to include 60 miles of trails in the picturesque McDowell Mountains, with rocky paths leading to cactus-studded Windgate Pass, Tom’s Thumb, Sunrise Peak and Lost Dog Wash.

But Scottsdale’s effort to protect more than a quarter of the city’s land area faces a steep challenge with funding running out and land-acquisition costs that could run as high as half a billion dollars.

While the city will add 6,400 acres by the end of the year, city leaders — cautious in the postrecession recovery — are hesitant to commit themselves to new funding to pay for the final 12 percent of the land targeted for the preserve. Scottsdale is not currently pursuing funding initiatives to complete the preserve.

“That is something the citizens are going to have to decide,” said Scottsdale City Council candidate Virginia Korte, a former preserve task-force chairwoman. “It’s going to require additional taxation.”

Preserve advocates, who twice persuaded voters to approve sales-tax increases to fund land conservation, must contend with a new set of challenges:

The land targeted to complete the preserve is likely to be the most expensive the city has acquired at state land auctions.

Scottsdale could encounter competition at future auctions from developers eager to build expensive homes after years of sitting on the sidelines.

State matching grants through the Growing Smarter conservation fund are likely to run out next year. That fund has provided Scottsdale with $62 million for 6,800 acres of preserve land and Phoenix with about $106 million for 6,300 acres for its preserve.

Scottsdale’s preserve advocates also will be vying for funding along with other interests eager for money to build the city’s Desert Discovery interpretive center, a multipurpose event arena at WestWorld and a Western museum.

In their favor, conservationists say their success in growing the preserve from nothing 20 years ago will persuade residents to support acquisition of the final acreage to create a preserve more than twice the size of Phoenix’s South Mountain Park, one of the nation’s largest city parks.

Opening the northern preserve areas will add another 160 miles of trails and broaden the use for mountain bikers, equestrians and hikers on flatter desert terrain.

The city tallied 291,000 preserve visits last year, and that is expected to increase as more trails and facilities are completed over the next few years, said Scott Hamilton, Scottsdale trail planner.

Jacques Girard, a McDowell Sonoran Conservancy hiking guide, said he enjoys taking visitors out to learn about the desert flora and fauna.

“I came here from Canada, and I used to think the desert was the most barren place,” he said. “But since I’ve been hiking, I’ve learned so much about this magical place called the Sonoran Desert.”

Scottsdale tourism interests have generally supported the preserve, which is used by residents and out-of-town visitors, and three resorts have been proposed that would take advantage of their proximity to its growing network of trails.

The preserve is a sanctuary for bobcats, javelinas, deer, coyotes, raptors, birds, snakes and lizards. It also provides vast desert and mountain terrain for non-motorized recreation.

“We have quite strong support from citizens that are willing to support the preserve vision,” said James Heitel, McDowell Sonoran Preserve Commission chairman. “That’s brought us to this stage, and the power of those winds will probably help the politicians follow that breeze.”

Heitel and former preserve Chairman Howard Myers argue that buying the final tracts of the preserve would be cheaper than paying for roads, utilities and public facilities if the areas along Pima Road near Dynamite Boulevard are developed.

Mayor Jim Lane, running for re-election this year, said his preference is to take a “good hard look” at the trade-offs of developing the area, the city’s economic condition and “whether or not this is necessary, cost-effective and somewhat lends itself to the overall program.”

Mayoral challenger John Washington said the question is whether voters have the appetite to tax themselves for the new land as they have in past elections in 1995 and 2004.

“The bottom line is if we can’t pay in a reasonable fashion that’s palatable to the voters, that’s an issue unto itself,” Washington said.

Korte said the recommended preserve boundary is “not cut in stone.”

“I think the citizens will need to weigh other critical needs in our community, such a creating a more robust arts and cultural and tourism community,” she said.

 Last land parcels costly

The McDowell Sonoran Preserve generally stretches from Cactus to Pinnacle Peak roads and from Thompson Peak Parkway east to 136th Street. The city has been adding thousands of acres in far northern Scottsdale over the past three years, primarily northwest of 136th Street and Dynamite Boulevard.

A 2011 McDowell Sonoran Preserve Commission report estimated it could cost $550 million to acquire the final parcels of state land for the preserve, close to 6,600 acres.

Scottsdale has already spent about $500 million on land-acquisition costs and an additional $300 million on legal and financial costs for municipal bonds for the preserve’s existing 21,400 acres, said Kroy Ekblaw, city preserve director.

Scottsdale plans to bid on 6,400 acres of state trust land at three auctions in December appraised at $88.2 million. Those three parcels south of the Stagecoach Pass road alignment connect the preserve to the Tonto National Forest and provide a land bridge considered vital for wildlife habitat.

Scottsdale is completing the Tom’s Thumb trailhead improvements this month, and the Brown’s Ranch trailhead will open additional trails next summer.

 City seeks funding sources

As residents debate whether to come up with additional funding for the final, costliest acreage, the city still has money to spend on preserve land.

Scottsdale hopes to receive up to $10 million from the state Growing Smarter fund to buy the 6,400 acres in December. The city also is gearing up to buy 2,400 acres of steep, mountainous terrain southwest of Bell Road and 136th Street next year at an undetermined cost.

Scottsdale expects to have $100 million to $130 million in bonding capacity for preserve acquisitions over the next few years, said Lee Guillory, city finance director.

Scottsdale’s sales-tax measures for the preserve expire in 2025 and 2034. Extending the measures would not provide any immediate increase in the city’s bonding capacity for the preserve.

The preserve commission has considered other ways of raising funds, including user fees, an improvement district funded by property taxes or another sales-tax measure. Voters would have to approve those tax hikes.

Scottsdale is likely to spend about $88 million on this year’s three acquisitions, including the $10 million from the state Growing Smarter fund.

Next year, Scottsdale would have $25 million to $55 million in bonding capacity to acquire 2,400 acres.

However, any leftover preserve money for Scottsdale after 2013 would be far short of the hundreds of millions of dollars needed for the remaining acreage.

Those parcels of state trust land are generally northeast of Dynamite Boulevard and Pima Road near the Legends Trails golf community, along with two parcels southwest of that intersection.

The Arizona State Land Department is likely to wait to sell those parcels until the real-estate market improves and the agency can get premium prices.

The land is zoned for low-density residential development, but it could command high prices because it’s some of the last large tracts of Scottsdale land available for development.

 State fund dwindles

Environmentalists say there has not been support for additional conservation funding at the Arizona Legislature in recent years.

Sandy Bahr, director of the Sierra Club’s Grand Canyon chapter, said lawmakers created the Growing Smarter conservation fund in 1998 to thwart the Sierra Club’s growth-management initiative, which would have more severely restricted urban sprawl.

The Growing Smarter referendum, approved by voters, has contributed about $174 million to conservation of open space over the past decade. Annual allocations of $18 million expired in 2011, and the fund has dwindled to $40 million this year.

Carla, her full legal name, a former conservancy director, said Scottsdale residents should be proud of the preserve conservation effort but insisted the city needs a strategy for acquiring the final parcels.

“It’s really disappointing nobody has stepped up to really advocate for full completion of the preserve,” said Carla, one of the grass-roots preserve advocates in the early 1990s. “If you’re going to quit the plan, then have an honest discussion with citizens and let them either approve or disapprove it.”

Beautiful Condo with Mountain Views

 

16600 N Thompson Peak Pkwy #2011 • Scottsdale, AZ 85260

MLS# 4763155              Offered at $199,500

Spectacular end unit with fantastic mountain views. Kitchen with oak cabinets, smooth top stove, refrigerator, garbage disposal, microwave and pantry. Split floor plan with walk-in closets in both bedrooms, gas fireplace and balconies off the dining room and second bedroom. 1 car garage plus guest parking right in front. Located in a gated community with a private recreation center for residents which includes a heated pool, spa and fitness/workout facility! Close to shopping, restaurants, parks, McDowell Sonoran Preserve, Aquatic Center, Library, and Westworld. This home was primarily a second home and is extremely clean.

 Property Amenities:

•2 Bedrooms

•2 Baths

•1,334 sq. ft.

•1 Car Garage

•Fireplace in Family Room

•Covered Patio

•Carpet, Tile Flooring

•Heated Community Pool and Spa

•Kitchen Features: Electric Range/Oven, Disposal,

Dishwasher, Built-in Microwave, Refrigerator, Pantry

•Master Bedroom: Walk-in Closet, Full Bath with

Double Sinks

•Formal Dining Area, Breakfast Bar

•Great Room

For More Information contact:

Andrew Holm

480-206-4265

AZ Central – Scottsdale hopes Westworld revamp will..

by Beth Duckett – Mar. 27, 2012 09:47 PM
The Republic | azcentral.com

WestWorld, Scottsdale’s premier staging ground for horse and car shows, will undergo a $42.8 million makeover by 2014, cementing its place as one of the top urban equestrian facilities in the country.

The city, hoping to preserve its competitive edge in the horse world, will expand the Tony Nelssen Equestrian Center at WestWorld, adding climate control to keep it open year-round.

The project has drawn mostly positive reviews from the industry, but critics point to a burden on taxpayers that may occur to overcome a potential funding gap.

Located in north Scottsdale near Loop 101 and Pima Road, the arena is home to the annual Scottsdale Arabian Horse Show and Parada del Sol Rodeo.

The Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction, which holds an annual event at WestWorld each January, plans to relocate its auction from a massive tent to the newly expanded center on the grounds, further solidifying the showcase event’s place in Scottsdale.

The auction “just needs some better infrastructure,” Barrett-Jackson Chairman Craig Jackson told Scottsdale council members last week.

On March 20, the City Council signed off on a construction contract and funding for the project, which requires the city to tap a portion of its hotel bed tax imposed on visitors who stay at Scottsdale hotels and resorts.

Mayor Jim Lane said the tent has been a temporary fix. He said the expansion will eliminate the need for a new $30 million, multipurpose building at WestWorld.

“The intention was to eventually replace the tent. We essentially for years were talking about two different projects,” he said.

The Tony Nelssen Equestrian Center, named after the Scottsdale councilman who died from cancer in 2010, opened in 1987 to accommodate horse shows in the rural fringes of the city.

Fast forward 25 years, and WestWorld is home to 70 equestrian events a year, drawing some 220,000 visitors and exhibitors in the balmy months from September to May.

The car show attracts thousands of visitors and high-spending bidders. It also is televised live by the Speed Channel.

Lane said the expansion is part of larger-scale plans to develop and improve the Bell Road corridor in north Scottsdale, adding to the city’s reputation as a top tourism destination.

Tourism and business leaders predict the expansion will lure more equestrian and special events and, in turn, more visitors, who stay at Scottsdale resorts and dine out at its restaurants, fueling the local economic engine.

“From Barrett-Jackson to the Scottsdale Arabian Show to the Sun Country Quarter Horse Show and myriad other users, WestWorld has added significant direct and indirect dollars to our economy,” said Rick Kidder, president and chief executive of the Scottsdale Area Chamber of Commerce.

WestWorld revenues and private contributions toward the expansion also will help foot the bill.

Barrett-Jackson, the Arabian Horse Association of Arizona and the Arizona Quarter Horse Association have pledged a combined $7.2 million over 20 years.

Construction on the facility could begin in April. By October, the arena would open for a full events season until March 2013, when it would undergo a second round of construction. The project could finish by late 2013.

Financial forecasts show an annual shortfall of around $2million during the first two years of construction. A build-up of bed-tax revenue in the city’s coffers would help offset construction costs during that time, city officials say.

The city’s general fund, used for basic city expenses, could cover an ongoing shortfall of $1million by fiscal 2014-15.

At the March 20 council meeting, Scottsdale Vice Mayor Linda Milhaven said the city has a responsibility to be prudent.

“If it turns out there is going to be larger general-fund subsidy than we’re planning for, we are, in fact, putting a greater burden on the citizen,” she said.

Right now the center hosts 70 equestrian events over nearly 250 days a year.

Milhaven questioned a projection that says adding a dozen more events per year would double revenue.

“That doesn’t make sense to me,” she said.

The Best of McDowell Mountain Ranch

Premium View Lot (backs to a wash) with both Mountain and City Light Views! Upgraded Throughout Including: Maple Cabinets, Granite Slab Countertops and Backsplashes in the Kitchen, Flooring is Gorgeous Hardwood – Tile as well as Carpet, 5 Bedrooms, 3 Full Baths plus Den with Large Custom Built Office with Spacious Granite Slab Desk and Beautiful Cabinets. Separate Living and Family Rooms Make This a Great Entertaining Floor Plan. Large Master Bedroom and One Additional Bedroom Downstairs. 3 Over Sized Bedrooms Upstairs. Large Game/Bonus Room with Balcony and Fabulous Views. Entertainers Back Yard with Pool and Grassy Area for the Kids. Newly Painted Exterior Compliments the Warm Custom Interior Tones.

Property Amenities

  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 3 Baths
  • 4,100 sq. ft.
  • 2 Car Garage
  • Private Pool
  • City Light & Mountain Views
  • Desert Front Landscaping
  • Gas Fireplace in Great Room
  • Skylights
  • Bonus/Game Room
  • Den/Office, Loft
  • Formal Dining Room
  • Eat-in Kitchen
  • Kitchen Features: Range/Oven, Dishwasher, Disposal, Microwave, Pantry, Kitchen Island
  • Master Bedroom: Walk-in Closet, Full Bath with Separate Shower & Tub, Double Sinks
  • Community Features: Biking/Walking Path, Heated Spa, Golf Course
  • Covered Patio
  • Balcony/Deck
  • Washer/Dryer Included
For More Information, Contact:

Andrew Holm

THE HOLM GROUP
Cell 480.206.4265
[email protected]
www.theholmgroupaz.com

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10835 E Palm Ridge Dr. – Scottsdale AZ

The Best of McDowell Mountain Ranch in North Scottsdale

Offered at $749,000

For More Information on the property, Contact Andrew Holm.

 

Premium View Lot (backs to a wash) with both Mountain and City Light Views! Upgraded Throughout Including: Maple Cabinets, Granite Slab Countertops and Backsplashes in the Kitchen, Flooring is Gorgeous Hardwood – Tile as well as Carpet, 5 Bedrooms, 3 Full Baths plus Den with Large Custom Built Office with Spacious Granite Slab Desk and Beautiful Cabinets. Separate Living and Family Rooms Make This a Great Entertaining Floor Plan. Large Master Bedroom and One Additional Bedroom Downstairs. 3 Over Sized Bedrooms Upstairs. Large Game/Bonus Room with Balcony and Fabulous Views. Entertainers Back Yard with Pool and Grassy Area for the Kids. Newly Painted Exterior Compliments the Warm Custom Interior Tones.

Property Amenities

  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 3 Baths
  • 4,100 sq. ft.
  • 2 Car Garage
  • Private Pool
  • City Light & Mountain Views
  • Desert Front Landscaping
  • Gas Fireplace in Great Room
  • Skylights
  • Bonus/Game Room
  • Den/Office, Loft
  • Formal Dining Room
  • Eat-in Kitchen
  • Kitchen Features: Range/Oven, Dishwasher, Disposal, Microwave, Pantry, Kitchen Island
  • Master Bedroom: Walk-in Closet, Full Bath with Separate Shower & Tub, Double Sinks
  • Community Features: Biking/Walking Path, Heated Spa, Golf Course
  • Covered Patio
  • Balcony/Deck
  • Washer/Dryer Included
For More Information, Contact:



Andrew Holm

THE HOLM GROUP
Cell 480.206.4265
[email protected]
www.theholmgroupaz.com

 


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