The only homesites you will find in Paradise Valley not offering the extraordinary privacy offered by one acre lots (or larger) are in resort communities. These luxury resort communities and businesses on the grounds of the resorts are the only homesite and business exceptions allowed in Paradise Valley. Such rare community qualities of low business developments, beautiful scenic views, gorgeous stately homes on lush one-acre lots and all the amenities of Scottsdale nearby, make Paradise Valley one of the most desirable communities in Arizona for living.
If you're lucky enough to be looking at Paradise Valley AZ homes for sale, the inventory here offers ample opportunities to find the home of your dreams! From gated; one to ten acres estates to spectacular view homes. Architecture styles range from new construction contemporary homes to stunning Santa Barbara style estates, mid-century modern and Tuscan charmers.
Some of the most exclusive and expensive single-family homes in the entire Phoenix-Scottsdale area can be found in Paradise Valley Az. It's important to note however that not all properties in Paradise Valley will break the bank, especially with residential taxes in Paradise Valley being some of the lowest in the nation, usually less than 1% of a homes assessed value. A number of more affordable options also occupy a place on the Paradise Valley real estate market, including a select number of luxury condos and townhomes. But it’s fair to say “non-condo” detached homes in Paradise Valley start in the $1,100,000 range… and at that price point, these homes are often very old and usually being eyed by developers as “tear downs”. Most homebuyers can expect to pay $1.5 million and up for a more comfortable move-in ready home albeit still a tad older. You can start searching homes for sale in Paradise Valley below. The latest new Paradise Valley listings are featured first - however you can adjust the search to any mode you choose
Residents include CEOs, physicians, business executives, software moguls, and plenty of other, famous and not-so-famous individuals but all very successful. Paradise Valley’s most high-profile residents include a who's who of business, Hollywood, art and politics
The amazing weather and beauty is undoubtedly a contributing factor to their attraction to this beautiful town. The factors that make the weather so perfect; As part of the Sonoran region, the Town of Paradise Valley is in an “arid zone” Paradise Valley only receives an average of eight inches of rainfall per year. (Also, missing from local weather? Snow! yes. NO snow.) And with summer temperatures averaging between 90 and 105 degrees and winter temperatures averaging between the mid 60tys to high 70ty’s, outside activities are abundant and available year-round. In addition to world-class golf courses, tennis courts, and playing fields for you to use for your outdoor pleasure, hiking, biking, and nature trails abound nearby in Paradise Valley. You may wonder about the "Wild Life" in Paradise Valley. While the city’s is primarily luxury estates and homes, you have all the fun and "wild life" that is, 5 star dining, music venues, dancing, play activity, and all the social and cultural events one could wish for in neighboring Scottsdale, literally 3 minutes from most homes in Paradise Valley
Above is a just a brief overview of the Paradise Valley Real estate market. Paradise Valley has a fascinating real estate history. Please call me anytime for more information on Paradise Valley or to discuss finding a very special home in Paradise Valley, Scottsdale or Arcadia AZ. My office cell is 480-450-4632 Paradise Valley Residential Specialist Michael Chaisson, Realtor – RL Sotheby’s International Realty. For searching; Paradise Valley is entirely in zip code 85253
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