Paradise Valley Homes For Sale
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Introduction to Paradise Valley
As a suburb of Phoenix, Paradise Valley provides all the benefits of living close to downtown, along with all the luxuries of a resort-like setting.
Considered the most affluent town or city in all of Arizona, Paradise Valley is renowned for its upscale restaurants and shops, its golf courses, its premier resorts, and its pricey real estate.
Why Buy a Home in Paradise Valley
While the town is on the smaller side, it’s the exclusivity of Paradise Valley that drives homeowners to consider this wealthy suburb. Many people also choose the town for its open space and its privacy. All homes in Paradise Valley are required to sit on at least one acre of land. The homes are generally impressive, as they often include a generous amount of square footage, ideal for those who like to entertain, or just want more room to themselves. The grand estate homes often come with every modern feature and finish available, as the discriminating buyers of Paradise Valley come to expect some of the finest homes and the most luxurious amenities. Home styles run from large mansions and modern estates to 1950s ranch-style homes, that have impeccably maintained.
What’s the Difference Between Paradise Valley & Phoenix?
If you’re searching for a new home in the area, living in Paradise Valley is considerably more expensive than nearby Phoenix, mostly because of the home prices. Even neighboring North Scottsdale is generally more affordable than Paradise Valley. The elevated price point affords a luxury community that’s favored by executives, athletes, and more, with easy highway access instead of the convenience of the Valley Metro Light Rail, which you’ll find in Phoenix.
Less commercialized than Phoenix, Paradise Valley does put homebuyers in close proximity to golf courses, fine dining, and luxury resorts, while Phoenix and some of the other surrounding communities allow for easy access to entertainment and the arts. Paradise Valley is considerably quieter and more secluded than its larger neighbor, yet all cities and towns in this part of the state are close to the many natural attractions that commonly drive people to the Phoenix metro area.
Paradise Valley Attractions & Recreational Amenities
Attractions in Paradise Valley range from the Barry Goldwater Memorial to countless country clubs and golf clubs. The Indian Bend Wash Greenbelt is nearby, which provides some recreational opportunities for those living in Paradise Valley, while the rugged desert landscape of the surrounding region is ideal for those in search of outdoor adventures. Mummy Mountain is a recreational area with more than 300 acres to explore and some impressive views from its peak. The Cholla Trailhead, meanwhile, is also nearby, and provides three miles of trailway for hiking, walking, or running.