Scottsdale Mountain is a premier, guard-gated community in the foothills of the McDowell Mountains in Scottsdale, Arizona. Scottsdale Mountain is famous for its views. The community was beautifully designed to maximize each home’s city views and mountain views.
Scottsdale Mountain Views
Being on the lower slopes of McDowell Mountain, most homes in Scottsdale Mountain have a great mountain view or a great city view. Some homes have both amazing mountain views and amazing city & sunset views. If you want a home with views, definitely check out Scottsdale Mountain homes for sale.
Scottsdale Mountain Architecture
Most homes in Scottsdale Mountain were built from the mid-1990‘s to the early 2000‘s. Most of the larger homes are custom-built homes. Many of the homes in Scottsdale Mountain have open floor plans, high ceilings, clean lines and a warm contemporary feel which fits well with the styles we’re seeing in some of the newest custom homes in Scottsdale and Paradise Valley.
Scottsdale Mountain Home Prices
The homes in Scottsdale Mountain range from about the mid-$400,000s to $1.3 million. Homes on multi-acre, hillside, view lots sell for more. A typical 3,000 square foot home in Scottsdale Mountain would likely sell around the $700,000‘s. An amazing view will have a big impact on a home’s price. Some lots in Scottsdale Mountain remain unbuilt and are available for purchase to build your custom home.
Scottsdale Mountain is ideal for living the outdoor Arizona lifestyle with many homes having swimming pools, large patios and gorgeous views, and all homes having nearby golf, hiking, mountain biking, jogging, biking and horseback riding. The Lost Dog Trailhead and the Sunrise Trailhead into the McDowell Sonoran Preserve are close by. The McDowell Mountains are a treasure with everything from easy loop walks into the Sonoran desert from the Lost Dog Trailhead to challenging hikes along the Sunrise Trail. You’ll have tons of things to see and do like attend the Barrett-Jackson car auction, the Phoenix Open, the Phoenix Symphony, the Phoenix Suns, the Arizona Diamondbacks, the Phoenix Coyotes and many art festivals, to name a few things you can do.
You’ll have tons of golf nearby and most of the nearby golf clubs have open membership so if you became a member of one of these golf clubs you would have access to their golf, tennis, swimming, and fitness or whatever that particular club has to offer you. Nearby golf clubs are Ancala Country Club, Eagle Mountain Golf Club, Firerock Country Club, McDowell Mountain Golf Club, the Country Club at DC Ranch and Grayhawk Golf Club.
The gate into Scottsdale Mountain is manned which adds an additional level of security for residents.
Scottsdale Mountain Homeowners Association
In addition to the gated and guarded private entry, the Scottsdale Mountain has community tennis courts, a basketball court and spa.
To maintain the Sonoran Desert character of the community that the residents love (and which adds a lot of value to homes in Scottsdale Mountain), the HOA in Scottsdale Mountain is pretty tight. Exterior paint colors must be approved and even the plants in your front yard and plants visible to neighbors must be on the approved list of Sonoran Desert and other similar plants.
See the Scottsdale Mountain HOA website.
Also see their photos of Scottsdale Mountain.
Free free to call me to chat about Scottsdale Mountain homes, 480-600-0947. Let me know if you have any questions. Thank you. John Wake, HomeSmart