Desirable Communities in Phoenix, AZ
Biltmore Hillside Villas
Nestled at the base of the Phoenix Mountain Preserve this 24 hour guard gated community has 75 semi custom homes that were built between 1993 and 1997. Forty eight percent has pools and there are 2 tennis courts within the community. They range from 1900 square feet to 4325 square feet. There are single and two story homes Sizes f runs between 1900 to 4325 square feet. Walk out your door and hike the Phoenix Mountain Preserve Trail. These homes feature soaring ceilings, open floor plans, fireplaces, 2 car garages and some have views of Piestewa Peak, Camelback Mountain as well as city views. You are minutes away from the highway and shopping at the Biltmore and Scottsdale.
This jewel of a community features 38 distinctive semi custom homes built between 1985 and 1991. They have dramatic 20 foot ceilings, thick crown molding, crown boxed ceilings, solid core doors, fireplaces and private patios with 71 percent having private pools. The average size home is 2949 square feet and range in price from $650,000 to $1,000,000. There are single story and two story homes. The community is 24 hour guard gated and is situated overlooking the Links Golf Course of the Arizona Biltmore Hotel. This community is walking distance to the Arizona Biltmore Hotel which has social memberships for swimming, tennis and golf. Walk to shopping, restaurants and hiking. It is just minutes away from The Biltmore Shopping Center and Scottsdale Fashion Square.
East of the Biltmore area, Arcadia is a true neighborhood with charming ranch and Santa Barbara homes with larger lots and mature landscaping. Adjacent to Scottsdale this affluent urban community was formerly citrus farms from 1919 to the 1950's. Today these well irrigated properties will typically have orange, lemon and grapefruit trees on the property. Many of the homes have been remodeled or scraped and replaced with new Santa Barbara, Contemporary and Tuscan homes. The boundaries of Arcadia are from Camelback Road to 68th street and cross cut the Arizona canal. The southern half of Camelback and/or the Arizona canal have lower income type homes while the upper section, particular the north east, have upscale homes and tend to be affluent. The schools are in high demand and helps keep property values.