If you are looking to buy here is Paradise Valley Arizona, then not only will you be amazed by the beautiful landscape but also by the very unique and beautiful architectural design the town has to offer. In comparison to its surrounding cities there is no question that Paradise Valley AZ is the most expensive and the most luxurious place to live. They have adopted certain laws and regulations to help keep the city as natural as they can. By having stricter building policies they regulate what kind of businesses and houses they feel is pleasing to the eye and beneficial to the community.
Paradise Valley is also one of the oldest settlements and has been around since 1889. It wasn't until around 1950's that Phoenix and Scottsdale looked to extend their boundaries. When the residences of Paradise Valley came forward and petitioned to the Board of supervisors. By 1968 their 2,000 residences had established their town boundaries.
As of around April of 2010 Paradise Valley is a residential community of 16 square miles. Has a population of 14,215 and somewhere around 5,500 homes. The town is mostly residential with a couple of schools, resorts, golf courses and churches. It is a very peaceful place to live with many beautiful mountains in the landscape.
For many years it is said to be the best place to live in Arizona. If you have the money to afford these homes ranging anywhere from 1 million to 5 million+, then you are really getting your money's worth. These prices are so high not only because of the detailed design and architecture of the homes but it is also because of the property value. The cost per square foot is much greater than any other area surrounding. An average lot would sell for around a million dollars and that is just the dirt. But if you have heard of the old saying about real estate and what drives the price; location, location and location. Arizona homes for sale happen to be just that location you were looking for.
If you love to golf you will be amazed at how many golf courses are around the area. Great places like Paradise Valley country club and Camelback Gold Club. These are just two of the most prestigious and well-kept courses the state has to offer. I know what some of you must be thinking. It gets so hot there in the summer why would I want to live there. You first must understand that it is a dry heat and when it is 115 degrees out and the sun is beating down. I would much rather feel this than 90 degrees and the air full of humidity.
Paradise Valley Homes for sale is my favorite real estate location nationwide. It is because of the beautiful landscape and the safe feeling of the community. The town has some of the best restaurant and shopping malls in the state. But not only are the prices of homes high but the shopping can hit your wallet pretty hard as well.