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Best Places to Live in Scottsdale, AZ

Scottsdale is a great city to call home. The downtown area has numerous restaurants, shopping, and exciting nightlife. The desert offers horseback riding and off-roading. Experience the performing arts and explore the museums and galleries. The beautiful community in the Sonoran Desert has great neighborhoods with spectacular homes for sale.

Downtown Scottsdale

Downtown Scottsdale is the neighborhood to live in if you love nightlife, shopping, and non-stop activity. The area is thriving with numerous restaurants and bars, and new luxury condos and lofts are being built. Scottsdale Fashion Square is the place to shop with boutiques that rival 5th Avenue. Nearby Old Town Scottsdale offers fine dining, museums and galleries, and family attractions.

Gainey Ranch

Gainey Ranch is a planned community that encompasses 560 acres. The area features 19 distinct, gated subdivisions. The neighborhoods have townhomes, single-family homes, and commercial complexes. Gainey Ranch has walking and biking trails to enjoy, along with three golf courses.

McCormick Ranch

McCormick Ranch offers panoramic views of the mountains and lakes from its more than 60 subdivisions. The community is within the central portion of Scottsdale with office buildings and upscale shops around the perimeter of the neighborhood. Homes at McCormick Ranch offer amenities that include master bedroom suites with an office or study, granite counters, stainless steel appliances and custom fireplaces.

North Scottsdale

North Scottsdale is a mixture of residential homes and commercial buildings. Tremendous growth is going in in the area since the Scottsdale Air Park was built. The neighborhood features several subdivisions, all with a unique character. Luxury, single-family homes, condos in high-rises and homes on golf courses are available.

Paradise Valley

Paradise Valley is a region of massive luxury estates and reasonably priced single-family homes and townhouses. The economy in Paradise Valley is based on tourism, with a dozen resorts. Tourists visit to enjoy the atmosphere of the desert and amenities at the resorts.