Welcome to Arrowhead Ranch
From citrus groves to a thriving community.
What is known today as Arrowhead Ranch was once a grand citrus ranch where oranges and lemons flourished under the Sonoran desert sun. In the mid-1980s, some 5,000-odd acres were developed in the (then) far northwest Valley and became a bustling master-planned residential community. Now, thousands of families call this area home.
Long-time residents, growing families, executives, educators and retirees.
The larger master-plan for Arrowhead Ranch is divided into several neighborhoods including Arrowhead Homestead (the original community), Arrowhead Lakes, Arrowhead Legends, Sierra Verde at Arrowhead Ranch and the Highlands at Arrowhead Ranch. Homes range from traditional single-family residences to luxury estates, lakeside enclaves and golf-course properties.
What To Expect
An established, suburban community that has all the modern conveniences without the hassles of construction and development.
Mature palm trees, desert cacti, manicured lawns and an array of clay-tile roofs create a suburban color palette in Arrowhead Ranch. An established and mature enclave of several neighborhoods, this is a community where homeowners’ associations maintain the beauty and integrity of the neighborhoods. Streets feature landscaped center medians, while roadways are wide and brightly lighted.
What Not To Expect
A late-night scene of clubs and bars. This is more of a cluster of neighborhoods with families.
Glendale and the Northwest Valley is a bustling area of activity. Indeed, within mere minutes of leaving their front door, Arrowhead Ranch residents can shop at popular Arrowhead Towne Center, catch a Cactus League Spring Training game, watch the Arizona Cardinals or Arizona Coyotes, or play a round of golf at the Arnold Palmer-designed Arrowhead Country Club.
Active and outdoors, Arrowhead Ranch is a place to enjoy the beauty and climate of the desert.
Perhaps it's Arrowhead Ranch's history as a citrus farm, but residents of the area seem drawn to the outdoors. Arrowhead Country Club attracts golfers, but residents away from the links also have plenty to enjoy. For example, Thunderbird Park's 1,185 acres and 15 miles of trails are ideal for hikers, bikers and/or joggers, while Lake Pleasant Regional Park is only a short drive north for boating and water-recreation enthusiasts.
You'll Fall In Love With
The tree-lined streets, nearby mountain landscapes and neighborhood feel.