Homes in Arcadia

Arcadia is more of Area, but it’s actually a subdivision that straddles the Phoenix/Scottsdale border roughly by 44th Street to 68th Street and from Camelback Road to the Arizona Crosscut Canal.  The Neighborhood of Arcadia contains a blend of newer construction Homes for Sale and completely remodeled Ranch Style Homes on larger lots; due to the location of Arcadia, these homes command a relatively high property values, as the neighborhood is between the upscale suburbs of the Biltmore and Scottsdale. Arcadia is known for well-irrigated, mature landscaping as the area used to be occupied by citrus farmers from 1919 to the mid-1950s. In the early 1960′s, The City of Phoenix caught up with the farms of Arcadia, soon the area was sub urbanized with Ranch Style Homes. Arcadia has been influenced by architects like Frank Lloyd Wright, Al Beadle, and Ralph Haver all contributed to the unique homes that also make up the distinctive landscape.

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With a vast majority of the home being built in the early 60s, Homes for Sale in Arcadia have been renovated or remodeled rather that relocate to a newer more modern area. Arcadia Home Values have steadily increased and the few remaining parcels in the neighborhood have been developed with High End Luxury Homes. Arcadia remains in demand, due to unique irrigation system, citrus groves, the excelling Hopi/Arcadia Scottsdale Public Schools system, a strong and active neighborhood, proximity to neighboring communities and relatively easy access to the airport and downtown Phoenix.

Reasons to Live in Arcadia?

10.”Arcadia is no other neighborhood in the Valley of the Sun.” See magical sunsets over Camelback Mountain from anywhere in Arcadia”

9. Old school irrigated lots mean taller trees, greener plant life, and much cooler temperatures.

8. Scottsdale School District is one of the best in the State of Arizona.

7. In close proximity to Scottsdale Fashion Square and the The Biltmore Fashion Park will satisfy anyone’s need for shopping.

6. If you looking for elegance? Dining in Scottsdale and withing The Biltmore area, and nearby the resorts offers a wide variety of flavors and experiences to choose from.  La Grande Orange Grocery and Pizzeria is a very popular neighborhood eatery with a plethora of mouth watering dishes.

5. The outdoor enthusiasts can Hike Camelback Mountain! It’s challenge of the fit and fabulous from all over the Phoenix area that enjoy its appeal.

4. Arcadia News, a neighborhood paper, offers updates exclusively of interest to Arcadia residents, as well as classifieds, local restaurant reviews, and (in the online edition) links to community services.

3. The Neighborhood of Arcadia is a clean, well-kept cluster of homes tucked between the best areas of Phoenix and Scottsdale, Arcadia has a small community feel but enjoys the amenities of a big city.

2. Arcadia is all about homes with character from the past, updated remodeled designs. NO track homes here!

1. Have you ever heard this “Location, location, location.” All of the above are true, Arcadia is just 10-15 minutes from downtown or the airport, and just five minutes from the freeway system.

For additional Information or Questions concerning Real Estate Needs, Please contact Laura 602-499-4566 or Heidi 602-330-7207