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New Listings For April 2023

Here are just a few of our new listings that we have hitting the market in April.  For additional details and to set up a privite showing give Andrew a call at 480-206-4265

Livable, Western Theme, That’s Scottsdale

Why Golf in Scottsdale Is The Perfect Sport To Take You Outdoors 

Livable, Western Theme, That’s Scottsdale


Scottsdale is unique whether you call it America’s Most Livable City or the West’s Most Western City. This major suburb of Phoenix is a city unto itself, with everything you need to live the good life. Whether it’s local or high-end shopping, creative restaurants, golf, stunning scenery, or things to do, you’ll find it in Scottsdale.


Ideal Homes for Everyone

While Scottsdale is rightly known as a luxury enclave for real estate, prospective buyers can find homes in a wide variety of price ranges. Property values have appreciated considerably over the last several years, with the median sales price in 2022 at approximately $850,000. However, prospective buyers can find cozy condominiums that make perfect retirement or winter homes in the low to mid $300,000 range, all the way up to brand-new multi-million estates worth over $9 million. You’ll also find plenty of mid-range family-friend neighborhoods.

You’ll find four major areas in Scottsdale. South Scottsdale tends to have the least inexpensive homes. Old Town (and Downtown) Scottsdale) has trendy, modern condominiums attractive to young professionals, while Central Scottsdale has many different neighborhoods appropriate for young families and those looking for executive homes. For the ultimate in luxury and expansive land, head to north Scottsdale.

Single-family homes represent the overwhelming residence type, with many located in popular planned communities like Gainey Ranch, Scottsdale Ranch, McDowell Mountain Ranch, Grayhawk and more.


Living the Scottsdale Lifestyle

Buying a home in this community places you amid everything that makes living in Arizona unlike anywhere else. What’s your pleasure? Golf, tennis, pickleball, hiking? You’ll find it within minutes of your home.


Outdoor Life

Scottsdale is a paradise for those who love to spend time outdoors. The city has an extensive public parks system, with facilities like Scottsdale Sports Complex, Sandpiper Park, Cactus Park, El Dorado Park, and Chaparral Park, featuring multiple sports courts, fields, playgrounds, pools, and running/biking paths.

The main attraction for outdoor enthusiasts is the McDowell Sonoran Preserve, Scottsdale’s crown jewel, with more than 30,500 acres of pristine desert, including 225 miles of trails for hiking, biking and horseback riding. The preserve has 11 trailheads with paths for all skill levels. Other outstanding recreational areas include the Phoenix Sonoran Preserve, the Cave Buttes Recreation Area, and McDowell Mountain Regional Park.


Top Golf Courses

Scottsdale is home to dozens of resorts with world-class links, each one better than the next. According to Golfbreaks, the best courses are:


  • We-Ko-Pa Golf Club, in the Sonoran Desert, owned by the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation
  • Troon North, considered Scottsdale’s Crown Jewel
  • TPC Scottsdale
  • Talking Stick, situated on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Community


Tennis and Pickleball

Virtually all country clubs and resorts have excellent courts, although some have guest- or members-only policies. But you’ll still find dozens of places to play, including:

  • Indian School Park & Tennis Center
  • Scottsdale Ranch Park & Tennis Center
  • DC Ranch Village Tennis Center


Shopping, Dining, and Things to Do

What’s your fancy? Boutique shopping? Creative dining, Art galleries and walks? While strip malls that serve daily shopping needs are scattered throughout the city, residents have several main areas where they can enjoy themselves. Check out these districts:

  • Downtown includes the Entertainment District with diverse restaurants and nightlife and Scottsdale Waterfront with an upscale mall, restaurants, and high-end high-rise living. For luxury shopping, visit Scottsdale Fashion Square with name brands like Versace, Louis Vuitton, Jimmy Choo, and Prada.
  • Old Town, located just south of downtown, this unique area has historical buildings like the Blacksmith Shop and the Rusty Spur Saloon, plus many great boutiques, art galleries, and award-winning restaurants. It’s a great place to stroll or spend time after enjoying a baseball game at Scottsdale Stadium, the Spring Training home of the San Francisco Giants.
  • Kierland Commons and the adjacent Scottsdale Quarter feature a chic collection of shopping, dining and entertainment with a combination of local and chain restaurants, movie theaters, and special events.


Eat, Drink and Be Merry

Scottsdale is home to more than 750 restaurants in Scottsdale, like mom-and-pop eateries and pancake houses, ethnic restaurants, steakhouses, and five-star fine-dining establishments. Among the restaurants with outstanding reputations are:

  • Café Monarch
  • Talavera
  • Eddie V’s Prime Seafood
  • The Vig (multiple locations)
  • Goldwater Brewing Co.
  • Franco’s Italian Café
  • Grassroots Kitchen and Tap
  • Los Olivos
  • The Mission


Festival Fun

In the cooler months, Scottsdale comes alive with frequent festivals. Choose from these and many more:

  • March: Scottsdale Arts Festival – A week-long event with art, music, fun, and culture.
  • September: Scottsdale Fall Festival – A popular three-day event with handmade crafts, local and ethnic foods, live entertainment, and a parade.
  • October: Salt River Fields Balloon Spectacular – This pre-Halloween event features more than 20 hot-air balloons over two days, trick-or-treat candy stations, a haunted trail, and a fireworks finale.
  • November: Scottsdale International Film Festival – For eight days, you can view over 50 films at the Harkins Camelview at Scottsdale Square and the Harkins Shea 14 theaters.


New Places

Although some businesses have closed their doors over the last few years, come creative ones have taken their place like:

  • Etta
  • Green Corner Restaurant
  • The Wine Collective of Scottsdale
  • Gastronome Market
  • Culinary Gangster
  • Hello India


Local Schools

Scottsdale Unified District 48 covers most of the town, with Cave Creek Unified District 93 serving the far northern portion. Five high schools are in District 48, including Arcadia, Chaparral, Coronado, Saguaro, Desert Mountain. Families can also choose Notre Dame Preparatory High School, Bella Vista College Preparatory, and several  parochial and private elementary schools.

New Development Coming To Scottsdale 2022

New Development Coming To Scottsdale 2022

New Development Coming To Scottsdale 2022

Dynamite Foothills at 118th Street and Ranch Gate Road


The Dynamite Foothills area will soon see a new luxury neighborhood of 42 single-family homes on a 68.6-acres northeast of the intersection of 118th Street and Ranch Gate Road. Sonoran Peak, LLC will construct the gated development that features an entrance on north 118th Street and have Natural Area Open Space (NAOS) per City of Scottsdale requirements.


Sonoran Peaks intends to incorporate sustainable building practices when constructing the homes, which will have contemporary architecture that emphasizes Southwest living. A homeowner’s association will also be established to maintain common areas. The Dynamite Foothills has has a rural desert character and remains largely undeveloped, with gorgeous desert vistas and broad open space. The development boarders on Arizona state lands to the east, while several other high-end luxury developments are located to the south and east. The new homes will remain in character with other area neighborhoods. Plans call for trails within the development for hikers and bicyclists that will connect with Scottsdale’s trail system.


Residences at 118th Street and Ranch Gate Road will sit on lots ranging from .75 acre to 1.5 acres, with most averaging one acre. These large properties will give residents unobstructed views of McDowell Mountain, Troon Mountain, Pinnacle Peak, the Continental Mountains and four Peaks. The location is ideal for those who want to live in a quiet, semi-rural location, yet is still close to shopping and other modern conveniences.


118th Street and Ranch Gate Road is virtually next door to McDowell Mountain Regional Park with its wealth of outdoor activities that include hiking, horseback riding, mountain biking, boating, fishing, swimming and much more. Pinnacle Peak Park with moderate hiking trails and rock climbing opportunities is also just minutes away, while tom’s Thumb Trailhead and the McDowell Sonoran Gateway Trail are also nearby. Golf lovers will also have their choice of several courses, most notably Troon North and its two-world-class links, as well as Desert Highlands and Golf Club Scottsdale. The 101 Pima Freeway is a short drive away, allowing you to get easily into Phoenix.


Prospective buyers should contact The Holm Group for additional information as it becomes available, as we will be glad to answer your queries. The Holm Group is your trusted source for stress-free buying and selling of all kinds of properties in Scottsdale and surrounding communities.

14116 N. 109th Street Scottsdale

New Listing Coming Soon In McDowell Mountain Ranch

Best Views In Sienna Canyon!!!!  – Former Developers Model – Lot

Call Andrew & The Holm Group At 480-206-4265 for a private showing.

Listing Details For 14116 N. 109th Street Scottsdale


Features Include:

7 bedroons (5 plus nanny, office)

4 full baths

Best views in McDowell Mountain Ranch – Sienna Canyon

Developers Model Home

Surround Sound Throughout

New carpet in all bedrooms

New exterior paint

Decorator stone finish

Quiet neighborhood in premium  cul de sac lot

High end bamboo hardwood floors

Upgraded light fixtures throughout

Subzero/Decor kitchen

Granite kitchen counters

Windows tinted and sunscreens for increased energy

Large Pebbletec heated diving pool with removable fence

Jacuzzi with high pressure motor that seats seven

Newly installed in pool cleaning and crawler with new motor

Pool lights dimmers and timer

Storage cabinets in garage for added storage space

Custom developer’s landscaping with 40′ trees

Security system which is owned

Fiber optics Cable

TV/Elelectric on patio

Gas and electric to built in bbq

Best views in subdivision with Camelback, city lights and amazing sunsets

6 bdrms, 4 bath, office, play area loft, family room, living/dining room

Sky Bar 50 ft entertainment deck with unblocked valley views


Happy Valley 18 By Camelot Homes

Happy Valley 18 By Camelot Homes

Photo is an example of the home built by Camelot Homes

Happy Valley 18 By Camelot Homes

Development in North Scottsdale

Coming In 2021

Call Andrew @ 480-206-4265 For Additional Details


If you want a luxury home within minutes of some of Arizona’s best golf courses, you’ll soon have a new opportunity with the Happy Valley 18 development in North Scottsdale.  Camelot Homes will build 21 homes in a 29-acre community southwest of the intersection of Happy Valley Road and Alma School Road.


Preliminary plans call for Camelot to offer five floor plans with three distinct elevations on lots averaging about.75 acres. The builder is known for constructing homes with four to six bedrooms and for its attention to detail and timeless design elements. No prices or additional information is available at this time.


Currently, two homes are located within the neighborhood. One will be demolished while the other will be incorporated into the development. Camelot Homes plans to build an eight-foot sound barrier wall along Happy Valley Road. Access to the development will be through gated entry on Happy Valley Road. Plans also call for multi-use paths for residents along Happy Valley and Alma School Roads within a a 50-foot wide Desert Scenic Corridor area.


Inside the development, the development will conform to Natural Area Open Space (NAOS) requirements, with 38%  of the 29 acres devoted to undisturbed terrain. Most of the NAOS area will be around the perimeter and the wash that bisects the property from northeast to southwest.


While Happy Valley 18’s residents will enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding Sonoran Desert countryside, the neighborhood’s location puts residents at the doorstep of several famous golf clubs, most notably Troon North with its award-winning Monument and Pinnacle courses. This club also has a full-service clubhouse with several dining areas, banquet facilities and health and fitness areas. Other nearby golf courses include Desert Highlands and the Scottsdale Golf Club. Enjoy hiking and rock climbing at Pinnacle Peak Park or pamper yourself at the Four Seasons Scottsdale Resort.


Prospective buyers interested in Happy Valley 18 by Camelot Homes should contact The Holm Group as we will provide you with additional information as it becomes available. The Holm Group is your trusted source for stress-free buying and selling of all kinds of properties in Scottsdale and surrounding communities.


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New Listing In McCormick Ranch

New Listing In McCormick Ranch

New Listing In McCormick Ranch

Avaiable Now – Call Andrew at 480-206-4265 For Additional Details


Fabulous opportunity & value in this McCormick Ranch Beauty! This property was professionally renovated and was re-done from top to bottom. Three bedroom with the potential to convert an open den into a fourth bedroom . Striking hand scraped birch wood floors, neutral tile & new carpet throughout. Kitchen features Kashmir Granite Countertops and Breakfast Bar, stainless steel appliances. Luxurious master suite features furniture style vanities w/ granite counter tops, large closet, and private patio. Private backyard, block fence, small green grass feature, with rare rv gate parking area. AC unit has been updated within the past two years. Steps from the Greenbelt. Great Neighbors. Larger than tax records indicates via appraisal at 1650 square feet..


New Listing In McCormick Ranch


Tips to Choose the Best Custom Home Builder

Tips to Choose the Best Custom Home Builder

Tips to Choose the Best Custom Home Builder


Home is a private sanctuary; it is not just a place of dwelling; rather, it is a place where you can sit, relax, and rejuvenate, hence it must be the best. Although the option of buying readymade apartments has surged, for building a house of your dream, choosing the best custom home builders is vital. These home builders work on a prepared layout and then create a house as the client desire. Although this may take more time and cost, the result is worth it. In this blog, we will look forward to tips that you need to consider for choosing the best custom home builders.


Useful Tips to follow:

  1. Look for an Experienced Profession: One of the key aspects that you need to consider is that the home builder must be experienced. They must know all about the condition of work. The builder should have previously worked on such projects. It will guarantee that they will complete the task on time and build the house as per the requirement.


  1. Check their Portfolio: The next important factor that you need to consider is choosing a custom home builder with a varied portfolio. No two houses are the same; although the basic construction may be the same for designing and construction, then it varies. The best custom home builders should be able to recognise this and should be able to work as per the necessity. A look at their portfolio will let you know what kind of work they have done previously and whether they have been able to complete the task on time or not.


  1. Check the Reviews and Ratings: The next important tip that we have for you is to check the builder’s reviews and ratings. The internet is the best source to access all this information. All you need to do is to d a bit of research, and you will get all the information related to the home builder. Do not miss checking the testimonials.


  1. Seek References: There is a great probability that online reviews and ratings may be deceptive. A lot of information is present on the internet, which are partially correct. So, you can seek a reference from your family or friend; this will give you first-hand information about the custom home builder, which is more reliable and trustworthy.


  1. Are they Licensed to work: One of the key factors that you need to consider is whether the custom home builder is licensed to work or not. The best custom home builders are licensed to render their services. Moreover, they also know about the local governing laws about construction.


  1. Meet Them: There is nothing that matches a personal meeting with the home builder. This face-to-face contact will help you gain confidence in the builder and help you know how well they can work. Meeting them and discussing your requirement and timeline for the completion of the same.


These are a few of the pointers that you need to add to your checklist that will let you know whether you would want to handover the project to the custom home builder or not.



Your home is an important asset, and if you are planning to construct it from scratch, you must choose the best custom home builder who can guarantee timely completion of work while adhering to the quality standards. A good home builder is transparent and comfortable to answer your queries. The above-mentioned tips are going to help you with the same. Make sure you stick to these pointers while choosing the home builder.


The valley has several great home builders that we have worked with over the years, here are just a few

Eagle Luxury Properties

Desert Sky Development

Red Rock Custom Homes

Calvis Wyant Homes


5 Reasons to Live in Scottsdale

5 Reasons to Live in Scottsdale

5 Reasons to Live in Scottsdale


If your considering an Arizona city to call home, you may be looking at Scottsdale. Scottsdale is one of the most celebrated communities in Arizona, indeed in the Southwest United States. There are five key reasons to live in Scottsdale.

A Family Friendly Community

A primary reasons why Scottsdale is a great place to call home is because it is a truly family friendly community. Scottsdale does have something of a reputation as being a tourists paradise and a great retirement community. These do represent fair appraisals of the city; however, these affirmations only tell part of the story.

Scottsdale is proving itself as a wonderful place for people to raise families. The school districts serving the community are consistently regarded as among the best in Arizona. When it comes to education, Scottsdale is also in close proximity to well-regarded Arizona State University.

Scottsdale is also considered a relatively safe community when it comes to crime. Safe streets obviously are important when it comes to people from all walks of life, including families with growing children.

Scottsdale is home to an array of family-friendly activities, including museums, recreational opportunities, arts, and entertainment. Simply, there is a great deal for families to do in Scottsdale.

Vibrant Downtown Scene

Scottsdale’s magnificent downtown has become a true Arizona gem in recent times. Downtown Scottsdale was long known for its great nightlife. This includes great dining and entertainment opportunities.

In more recent times, downtown Scottsdale has enjoyed major development when it comes to condos and urban housing options. Downtown Scottsdale has become a prime example of an effective blend of live, work, and play.

Downtown Scottsdale is now considered one of the top five arts markets in all of the United States. Downtown Scottsdale is home to over 70 brilliant art galleries.

Amazing Dining Options

The entertainment scene in Scottsdale has already been mentioned generally. The tremendous dining options in the city warrant being noted on their own. Scottsdale’s downtown is the center point of almost 800 restaurants in the city. Although there is not specific research to absolutely confirm this, a fair argument can me made that Scottsdale has more restaurants per square mile than any other community — anywhere.

In recent years, Scottsdale has attracted some of the most acclaimed chefs in the nation. Indeed, many of the iconic chefs in New York and Los Angeles have opened their own eateries in Scottsdale.

When it comes to dining, there is something for everyone. This includes everything from family restaurants to romantic destinations to fine dining establishments to a rapidly expanding micro-brewery scene, venue which oftentimes also maintain delectable dining options.

Multiple Sports and Recreation

On the list of reasons to live in Scottsdale is the array of sports and recreational opportunities in the community. Chief among the sports and recreational opportunities in Scottsdale is golf. Some of the nation’s premier golf courses are located in and around Scottsdale, including in Paradise Valley.

In addition to golf opportunities, there are other popular recreational options including hiking and camping in nearby parks and open spaces. Many of these activities are considered highly family friendly.

Strong Business and Employment Opportunities

Scottsdale has been enjoying a strong economy. The job scene in Scottsdale is strong. In addition, Scottsdale has garnered a reputation as being a tremendous place for entrepreneurs. Scottsdale has become a national center where innovative new business ventures are launching with consistent regularity.


Affordable Housing Options

The housing market in Scottsdale includes a wide range of different types of properties. This includes some truly stunning high-end residences. It also includes affordable housing options in nice neighborhoods that are well-suited to families with growing children as well as to individuals in their Golden Years.

Some of the primary reasons why Scottsdale is an attractive place to live have been highlighted here. The reality is that there are many more reasons why Scottsdale has become and is very likely to remain one of the most livable communities in the United States.

5 Best Gated Communities in Scottsdale

5 Best Gated Communities in Scottsdale

Scottsdale is generally an upscale community with a population approaching about a quarter of million residents. As its slogan, the city has adopted “The Wests Most Western Town.” The New York Times has described Scottsdale as being a “desert version of Miami’s South Beach.” Scottsdale is an exciting, vibrant community that features a number of outstanding gated communities. Five Scottsdale gated communities are worthy of special note.



Nestled in the McDonald Mountain Canyon and directly next to the DC Ranch, Silverleaf is one of the most talked about, most stunning of the gated communities not only in Scottsdale but in all of the Southwestern United States. Silverleaf prides itself on the extreme privacy available to its residents, a reality accomplished both by the location of the community itself and the tremendous efforts to keep the world “gated out.”

Silverleaf features only custom built homes, residences which appropriately are described as “estates.” The Silverleaf gated community comes complete with an exclusive residents-only club and a Tom Weiskopf-designed golf course at the heart of the property. Silverleaf residents can also enjoy a top-of-the-lie fitness center and multifaceted spa. In basic terms, Silverleaf exemplifies the Scottsdale lifestyle at its very finest.



At the heart of Estancia is the majestic, exclusive Estancia Club. Estancia Club is one of the most talked-about, well-appointed venues of its kind in Arizona. Estancia Club encompasses 640 acres of Pinnacle Peak. The Club features one of the most celebrated golf courses in Scottsdale and Phoenix, a course designed by Tom Fazio. Estancia Club comes complete with multiple swimming pools, tennis courts, and spas. There are a number of fine dining establishments around the Club as well.

While Estancia Club is one of the primary draws bringing residents to this resplendent gated community, it is not the only one. Being situated at and around Pinnacle Peak, the residences at Estancia are blessed with some of the most breathtaking vistas to be found anywhere. The homes at this truly prestigious address are all situated on expansive lots, adding an additional level of privacy and seclusion.


Whisper Rock

Whisper Rock is yet another gated community of note in Scottsdale. Whisper Rock sits on 800 lush acres that features just over 200 residences. As is the case with Silverleaf, the homes at Whisper Rock appropriately are called “estates.” The average individual property in this gated community is over two acres.

The estates at Whisper Rock generally feature regional Southwestern design. The amenities of this gated community include a private park that comes complete with a fitness center, spa, heated pool, tennis courts, basketball court, and barbecue area. The community property as a whole also includes five miles or trails. In addition, there is a golf club in the community that prides itself on is exclusive membership to include residences of Whisper Rock and some select others.


Desert Mountain

Desert Mountain is an expansive Scottsdale gated community in the stunning Sonoran Desert. Set on 8,000 acres, Desert Mountain is home to amazing vistas and rolling hills. With regularity, Desert Mountain is referred to as one of the must exclusive gated communities in the world.

Desert Mountain is something of a golfer’s paradise, even by Arizona standards. The golf club at Desert Mountain is consistently ranked near the top of the best in the nation.

Desert Mountain is a gated community that has a significant population of growing families. Thus, not only does it have an array of amazing amenities for its residents, it also garners high marks for its access to some of the best schools in Arizona.


Desert Highlands

Desert Highlands is something of the gated community for people who enjoy a highly active lifestyle. Desert Highlands is home to a widely touted Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course. In addition, residents of Desert Highlands can enjoy a comprehensive wellness center with a focus on all aspects of maintaining healthy living. There is an award-winning racquet club that has over a dozen courts.

Desert Highlands has over 500 distinctive residences within the gates. These homes are build on expansive lots and feature the finest amenities.

In the end, Scottsdale boasts some of the must stunning gated communities found anywhere in the United States. These different communities offer gracious living for people at different points in their lives, from raising families to their Golden Years.

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Gated Communities In Scottsdale



Thinking about leaving your humid coastal city and trading up for a subtropical life in Arizona’s saguaro-plotted desert? Not only will you be transported to an entirely different landscape, but you’ll also be able to stretch out as you move from a cramped and drafty apartment to living in one of Arizona’s beautiful, upscale, spacious homes. Check out these premier gated communities of Scottsdale.

Desert Highlands

Gated Communities In Scottsdale

If you’re looking for sweeping desert views that align with your outlook and lifestyle, Desert Highlands’ 850-acres of Sonoran desert landscape are sure to meet your standards.

With four grass, six clay, and three hard tennis courts, an 18-hole, par 72 signature golf course designed by legendary Hall of Fame golfer Jack Nicklaus, and an award-winning, state-of-the-art, 7,000 square foot fitness center, residents are well cared for in this exclusive–but not isolated–private, gated community. Nearby amenities include the La Mirada Shopping Center, Desert Village Shopping Center, the HonorHealth Scottsdale Thompson Peak Medical Center, Scottsdale Stadium, and more.

It’s also just a 35-minute drive away from the Arizona State Capitol in the heart of Phoenix, so no matter where you work, your commute will never be too long and held up by traffic.


Silverleaf Golf Course Homes

Neighboring Desert Highlands and sandwiched between the communities of DC Ranch and Desert Ridge, the gated community of Silverleaf perfectly balances premium privacy, exclusive elegance, and veritable views, with the amenities of a mid-sized city, access to Phoenix’s downtown, and the twinkling city lights.

At just 2,000 acres, Silverleaf provides residents with an 18-hole, world-class, Tom Weiskopf-designed golf course, as well as a sizable, 50,000 square-foot clubhouse decked in authentic antique furnishings, the pristine Silverleaf Spa facility, fine dining, and regular events that include art and photography courses.

And if you ever feel like heading out for retail shopping, restaurant browsing, hiking, or to see the Diamondbacks or Cardinals training, you’re a short commute from the downtown area, Scottsdale’s over 600 restaurants, shopping at Kierland Commons, Biltmore Fashion Park, or the Shops at Gainey Village.


Estancia Real Estate

Located in sight of Pinnacle Peak Park and just outside the award-winning Troon North Golf Club, few communities offer the kind of custom lots and distinct estate homes that Estancia does. Their design guidelines are posted on their website, so you can check them out in advance of any planning.

This 640-acre desert community uses every acre to give its residents the most, including community services like a dog park, onsite car detailing, home monitoring, and an 18-hole championship golf course designed by internationally-renowned golf course architect, Tom Fazio. Supplementing Estancia’s breathtaking course are its active caddy program and a clubhouse with fine dining, tennis courts, basketball courts, meeting rooms, a swimming pool, steam room, and a state-of-the-art fitness center.

Scottsdale Mountain

Scottsdale Mountain Homes For Sale

If clear and proactive communication is important to you in a community, you’ll love Scottsdale Mountain. With a comprehensive website detailing everything from trash pick up and visitor parking to assessment due dates and community contacts, you’ll be in good hands if you decide to live here.


Marry its excellent community management with its wonderful views, open-air tennis courts, first-come, first-serve basketball court, immaculate spa, and signature Southwestern style homes, and it’s a puzzle why you aren’t already on your way here.

Gainey Ranch

Gainey Ranch Golf

To the east of Paradise Valley lays Gainey Ranch, an upscale community built on the land that originally housed an Arabian horse ranch. However, this luxurious community is far from its humble western roots.

 Surrounded by green landscaped and palm trees, this oasis in the desert is perfect for those looking for a resort-style home. The Daniel C. Gainey Estate Club provides residents with a lap pool, a spa, a number of state-of-the-art tennis courts, fitness center, and community center. And, of course, the Gainey Ranch Golf Club boasts 3 championship level 9-hole golf courses.

For an even further escape from reality, Gainey Ranch is also home to the Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort and Spa. This 27-acre resort is perfect for relaxing with the whole family or as a solo day of pampering thanks to the indulgent spa, pristine golf course, and unique and exciting activities.

Property listings, especially in newer and smaller communities, can go fast, so you’ll need to get in contact with a realtor agent so you’ll be first in line. Call Andrew w/ The Holm Group today at 480-206-4265…