Paradise Valley

Nestled in the shadows of Camelback Mountain, the town of Paradise Valley is an elegant island of acre-plus homesites boasting multi-million dollar homes. In 1889, the Rio Verde Canal Company sent three surveyors to help turn this open cattle-grazing land into irrigated farmland. These "Easterners" became so enthralled by the beauty and tranquility of the desert landscape that they named the area "Paradise Valley." In May of 1961, incorporation was granted and the Town of Paradise Valley was established. Since that time, Paradise Valley has become known as a haven for private, relaxed upscale luxury living.

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Welcome to Paradise Valley

 
Nestled in the shadows of Camelback Mountain, the town of Paradise Valley is an elegant island of acre-plus homesites boasting multi-million-dollar homes.
 
 
 

The Neighbors

 
Affluent residents who enjoy access to major amenities in an area with a relaxed vibe.
 
With an average home price of more than $1,000,000, residents of Paradise Valley are some of Phoenix’s most affluent. Having access to some of the best recreational services in the city (including golf courses, restaurants and more), Paradise Valley attracts those looking for a quiet and relaxed vibe while enjoying sprawling desert landscapes.
 
 

What To Expect

 
Laidback and relaxed town nestled in the heart of the Valley of the Sun's urban mountains.
 
 
Although Paradise Valley is enveloped by a thriving metropolis, it maintains the calm and cool feel of an elegant, yet laidback, enclave. Incidentally, that vibe attracts celebrities from all walks of life. In fact, one of the town's most famous residents was also one of the nation's best-known Arizonans and politicians, Senator Barry Goldwater. Residents of Paradise Valley love the breathtaking landscapes that being nestled in-between several different urban mountain ranges provides.

What Not To Expect

 
Abundant day-time outdoor opportunities during summer.
 
Although Paradise Valley is home to some of the most stunning scenic vistas in the country, the desert does take its toll in the summer when temperatures routinely reach above 110 degrees Fahrenheit. Luckily, Phoenicians have adapted to the extreme heat and most Paradise Valley homes enjoy beautiful swimming pools, often with resort-style amenities.

The Lifestyle

 
Active and luxurious recreational opportunities for all interests.
 
 
Although Paradise Valley is primarily a residential community, it is also one of Arizona’s busiest tourist destinations, with eight full-service resorts located within its relatively small boundaries.
 
 

You'll Fall In Love With

 
The serene desert panoramas and sunsets as well as wide open spaces and secluded homesites.
 
Residences here are typically gifted with amenities such as state-of-the-art home theaters, tennis courts, heated spas, elaborate pool areas and often guest casitas and multi-car garages. Many communities are both gated and guarded, and plenty of dwellings are accessed via private roads or are perched on sloping hillsides or rugged mountainsides. Paradise Valley also has extensive golf properties located on prime real estate. Many of Paradise Valley’s homes boast dazzling views.