This map area of Paradise Valley North is located within the borders of Shea Boulevard to the north, Scottsdale Road to the east, Doubletree Ranch to the south, and Tatum Boulevard to the west. The affluent suburb of Paradise Valley is technically a small town of 15 square miles, and was incorporated in 1961. Most lots are a minimum of one to five acres per parcel.
Singletree Ranch features custom homes built in the early 1990s, in a gated community overlooking the Ambiente Golf Course. Sandringham is home to custom luxury homes on lots averaging one acre. Paradise Green features luxury homes built in the mid-1980s by the builder Dick Hanson. Saddletree is a condominium community centrally located near 69th Street and Shea Boulevard. Other subdivisions within this area of Paradise Valley include Good Earth, Fischer Valley Estates, Quail Run among others.
Things To Do: The hallmark of Paradise Valley is the mountains within and surrounding Paradise Valley. Mummy Mountain is located in the center of this town, Piestewa Peak (formerly known as Squaw Peak) flanks its western border and Camelback Mountain is on the southern border. All of these mountains and their corresponding parks and recreation areas provide opportunities for walking, hiking and mountain biking. the Phoenix Mountains Preserve has multiple levels of trails for varying fitness levels, while the Echo Canyon Recreation Area is a popular starting point to tackle Camelback Mountain, a difficult hike.
There are several options for leisure and getaways in Paradise Valley, generally speaking, thanks to its eight full service resorts, including the Omni Scottsdale Resort and Spa at Montelucia and the JW Marriott Scottsdale Camelback. Golfing options are not in short supply in Paradise Valley, as courses include the 18-hole course Paradise Valley Country Club which was established in 1953, as well as the Camelback Golf Club with its two courses, the Padre and the Ambiente. Scottsdale Fashion Square is a popular mall, offering hundreds of both high-end and middle level retail stores, as well as multiple restaurants.
Schools: The A rated Scottsdale Unified School District services this area of Paradise Valley, with Cherokee Elementary, Cocopah Middle School, Chaparral High School as this area’s public schools.