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Paradise Valley

Paradise Valley

Situated between Scottsdale to the east and Phoenix to the west, the town of Paradise Valley is an elegant enclave of spectacular real estate, consisting of multi-million dollar estates and homes, on one acre-plus sites.

Nestled in the shade of CamelbackMountain, MummyMountain and the Phoenix Mountain Preserve, many of the sprawling properties in this ‘crown jewel’ of a community enjoy a rural desert look and feel, while other stunning contemporary estates are surrounded by lush lawns and luxurious landscaping.

Before incorporating in 1961, early residents were concerned about the potential loss of the quiet lifestyle they loved and decided to restrict real estate zoning to a one-house-per-acre minimum, keeping the area almost entirely residential; they also planned to minimize government regulation.

The town’s founders met their goals and helped ensure that the landscape of ParadiseValley would always retain its natural charm; a place where residents and guests could forever enjoy the surrounding large open spaces and spectacular mountain views. Most homeowners also appreciate the fact that government oversight is minimal – the Town has a Council/Manager form of government and the Mayor, Council, Municipal Court Judges and appointed members of boards and committees receive no compensation.

Paradise Valley has several exclusive private schools and a number of world-renowned resorts and hotels, such as The Camelback Inn; The Sanctuary Resort & Spa on Camelback Mountain; The Phoenician, and more. These luxurious homes-away-from-homes cater not only to the rich and famous; their close proximity allows locals and visitors alike to enjoy fine dining, along with additional recreational pursuits such as golf, tennis and hiking.

With its dramatic nighttime city views and gravity-defying, mountainside masterpieces, the one thing that every home in the 16 square mile town of Paradise Valley has in common, is the cachet that comes with living in this particular slice of southwestern heaven.