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The Most Expensive Neighborhoods in Paradise Valley AZ

Luxury Neighborhoods Paradise Valley

Most Expensive Neighborhoods in Paradise Valley AZ

As Arizona’s wealthiest municipality, at least according to Wikipedia, luxury homes and Paradise Valley go hand-in-hand. From unparalleled views of Camelback Mountain to providing easy access to luxury golf courses and country clubs, many of Paradise Valley’s most spectacular properties are nestled inside some of these neighborhoods and communities, which are among the suburb’s most expensive.

Palo Cristi Estates

As one of the newer communities in Paradise Valley, Palo Cristi Estates, lives up to expectations in more ways than one. The renowned builders have drawn upon decades of experience to develop their piece of Paradise Valley into something spectacular. This isn’t your average subdivision, rather, the soon-to-be home of some of America’s most successful entrepreneurs. They’re the only people who would be able to afford the average listing price, which sits in the tens of millions of dollars. In fact, Palo Cristi Estates’ biggest property, worth roughly $75 million, is the most expensive in all of Arizona. 13 bedrooms, 16 full bathrooms, and a 15-car garage may just be worth it though.

Crown Canyon

If the last high-value community wasn’t fancy enough for you, consider a home at Crown Canyon. Dubbed ‘Arizona’s first Billionaire Row’, it comprises a literal wealth of multimillion-dollar estates to explore. One of the project’s main developers, BedBrock Developers, is working on a total of 10 floorplans that start at four or five bedrooms in size. Things can get much bigger from there though – and the house features fancier as well. These properties look like something out of a James Bond movie, complete with state-of-the-art security systems, grand entertainment areas, luxurious guest suites, and sprawling outdoor gardens.

Camelback Country Club Estates

Comprising the entire northeast corner of Paradise Valley Township, Camelback Country Estates is easily one of the priciest neighborhoods in the entire state of Arizona. The two-part development offers a broad catalog of patio-style homes that start at around two million dollars apiece. Again, that may be worth it considering everything you’re buying into here – exquisite lake, mountain, and golf course views combined with top-of-the-line amenities.

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Mummy Mountain Estates

This Tuscan oasis is situated on top of one of Paradise Valley’s most prominent peaks. The homes of Mummy Mountain Estates are better defined as villas, honing enough space to comfortably accommodate upwards of 18 people. We’re talking nearly 10,000 square feet of floor space plus sprawling backyards with in-ground pools, patios, and gardens. A few of the nifty features you’ll find in these high-value properties include cinema rooms, gourmet kitchens, guest homes, gazebos, and outdoor kitchens.

Paradise Mansion Estates

Have $3,495,000 to spare? That’s the minimum amount you’ll need to nab a property at Paradise Mansion Estates, another easy entry on the list of Arizona’s most expensive neighborhoods. The properties here can go for upwards of 10 million dollars, while their homeowner’s association fees remain surprisingly affordable at just $42 a month. The homes here are certainly a sight for sore eyes, with open floor plans that flow from the foyer to the living room and beyond. Grandiose terraces offer panoramic views of lush, green landscapes while interiors boast top-of-the-line fixtures and finishes.

Mummy Mountain Park

Mummy Mountain Park has long been known for its challenging trails and scenic mountain views. Now, it will undoubtedly acquire a reputation for being one of the priciest home communities in Paradise Valley. From E Quartz Mountain Road to North 56th Street, most of the options here start at three million dollars. That buys you a minimum of four large bedrooms and bathrooms, although many estates have more than six.

Clearwater Hills

Lastly, we have Clearwater Hills – a sophisticated community located on the Southeast side of the Phoenix Mountain Preserve. It has 217 individual lots to browse, all of which enjoy the security of a 24-hour guarded gate and the convenience of close proximity to Paradise Valley Country Club. Most homes here start at four million dollars, but those prices can easily skyrocket depending on lot size and house amenities

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