Welcome to Biltmore
Protected land, historic appeal.
Aligning just north of Camelback Road on 24th Street, the Biltmore area is aptly named after the Arizona Biltmore Resort, whose grounds this neighborhood surrounds with sumptuous homes that are plush in both size and amenities. A variety of architectural styles can be seen set back on expansive grassy lawns, but the common thread is a sophisticated elegance that cannot be found in any modern planned development.
Established natives, sophisticated professionals and business executives.
Less than half a mile away, the bustling Camelback Corridor boasts numerous offices for some of the Phoenix area’s most notable professional services companies, from real estate and title firms to law firms, stock brokerages and much more.
What To Expect
A very upscale neighborhood with lush grounds, beautifully manicured properties, city views and direct access to luxury shopping, high-end dining and an active nightlife scene.
Opened in 1929, the renowned Arizona Biltmore, known as "The Jewel of the Desert," was owned for more than 40 years by the Wrigley family of chewing gum fame. Long a playground for the rich and famous, the Arizona Biltmore has wined and dined generations of celebrities, politicians and presidents. Today, the Arizona Biltmore, a Waldorf Astoria Resort, recently completed a multi-million-dollar renovation to modernize and redefine guest spaces while maintaining its historic architecture and design. With beautiful green gardens, sparkling pools, award-winning restaurants and chic guest rooms, the Arizona Biltmore has long been a destination of choice for discriminating visitors or those visiting the Valley while looking to purchase a luxury home or real estate.
What Not To Expect
Playgrounds and parks on every corner or an abundance of young families.
Destination shopping is available at the nearby open-air Biltmore Fashion Park, featuring high-end retailers such as Saks Fifth Avenue, Stuart Weitzman and Ralph Lauren, along with the Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa. Diners can chose from a wide array of restaurants ranging from hip hot-spots to fine dining establishments ideal for entertaining business clients and out-of-town guests.
Neighbors who are chic, social and successful and enjoy quick access to upscale shopping and fine dining.
Many of the active residents of this quiet Phoenix neighborhood enjoy hiking, biking and strolling down the lush, palm-tree-lined streets of the Biltmore area. Meanwhile, nearby Camelback Mountain and Piestewa Peak provide outdoor trails appealing to both novice and experienced hikers. Trails alongside the Arizona Canal are a popular option for cyclists and runners since they offer views of the Phoenix Mountain Preserve, the natural desert landscape and plenty of wildlife.
You'll Fall In Love With
The gorgeous scenery, sophisticated vibe and sumptuous homes and estates in this posh and very established neighborhood