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Scottsdale is known as Arizona’s “Most livable city.” Scottsdale is approximately 35 miles long and about 3 miles wide. It is broken up into South, Central and North Scottsdale. Scottsdale’s development began in South Scottsdale or “Old Town”, where you will find homes built in the 50’s and 60’s, dozens of walkable restaurants, art districts, Spring Training, Scottsdale Fashion Square Mall, food festivals, Farmer’s Markets, vibrant night life, swanky or boutique hotels, single family ranchers or high-rise penthouses. To say South Scottsdale has a little bit of everything would be an understatement. Central Scottsdale contains homes that were built in the 70’s and 80’s and arguably has one of the best locations in town due to its close proximity to both areas of Scottsdale, Paradise Valley border, quick access to the freeway, retail and grocer options, as well as a vast variety of restaurants. North Scottsdale is the newest area, so to speak, of Scottsdale. This area began to build out in the late 80’s and early 90’s. It contains multiple championship golf courses (private and public) with anchoring private golf clubs, a choice of custom, semi-custom and production homes, outdoor shopping districts, top rated schools and a variety of different grocery and restaurant options as well. As you travel into North Scottsdale, you begin your ascent out of the valley and the temperatures begin to drop. The Northern end of Scottsdale is about 2500 feet above sea level and about 8 degrees cooler than at Sky Harbor Airport.

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