3Living in Scottsdale
Living in Scottsdale AZ puts everything is at your fingertips. North Scottsdale residents retreat to peaceful, secluded neighborhoods away from the zeal of the city, while only minutes away from the action.
Old Town (or, downtown) Scottsdale, ample in culture and history, is an absolutely captivating place where you can feast your eyes on the edifices of the late, world-famous architect, Frank Lloyd Wright, simply by dropping in one of Old Town’s many shopping centers. Any top notch destination for everything from art galleries and antiques to unique home furnishings and fine fashion that manages to maintain its original, rustic, “wild west” feel is a city that’s sure to captivate; and Old Town Scottsdale is nothing short of captivating.
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This sound district of 31 schools, Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD) received an “A” Achievement Profile from the Arizona Department of Education (ADE) for its fourth consecutive year this past school year.
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Dining and Shopping
Often referred to, by tourists, as an “adult playground,” if you want to live in a city that accommodates the drive of its inhabitants, Scottsdale might just be the perfect place to move. Among the countless shops, right in the heart of Old Town, is the famous Scottsdale Fashion Square.
With no shortage of one-of-a-kind bars and pubs, fine restaurants, shops, resorts and spas, Scottsdale has more spas per capita than any other U.S. City.
There’s absolutely something for everyone in this culturally rich, hospitable southwestern town.
Arguably, Scottsdale is the nightlife mecca of Arizona. With an incessant presence of happy people out and about he town, absorbing everything downtown Scottsdale has to offer, Old Town has become a destination sought out for it’s many bars, lounges and nightclubs.
Parks and Recreation
Scottsdale hosts the annual Waste Management Golf Tournament | PGA Tour, and out of the some 200 golf courses in Phoenix Metro, more than 50 of these are in Scottsdale. Palm trees, historic and modern architecture, lavish green golf courses and captivating Sonoran desert landscape run abundantly through the city luring visitors and homebuyers from all over the world.
City parks provide state-of-the-art playscapes, bicycle and hiking trails, man-made lakes stocked for ample fishing, and mountains provide prime hiking and rock-climbing.