Located on the eastern side of Maricopa County, Scottsdale properties are a favorite of those living near Phoenix and was actually named the "Most Liveable City" in 1993. First established by Winfield Scott in 1894, Scottsdale was not incorporated until 1951, and has since grown exponentially to where it is now one of the largest cities in Arizona.
When visiting the area, you will find that the town is divided into four sections: Old Town Scottsdale, South Scottsdale, North Scottsdale, and Central Scottsdale. All areas have a unique flavor and Scottsdale homes are priced differently, depending on their location. For instance, the average North Scottsdale home price is over $650,000 while other Scottsdale areas generally have homes averaging less than $300,000. Luxury homes can be found throughout all the areas, however.
Old Town Scottsdale attracts visitors as it's the hub of this community, with shops, galleries and restaurants open year-round. Arizona's dry climate and mild winters remain true in this area and Scottsdale delivers plenty of sunshine throughout the year, making it a vacation retreat. Visitors and residents alike esteem Scottsdale as a golf community and its courses attract golfers worldwide. Many travel to Scottsdale to enjoy destination spas, fine dining and art galleries, and its resort-like feel, making it a popular choice for tourists and a great location to call home.
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