Paradise Valley

Situated in Maricopa County, Paradise Valley lives up to its name. This small, affluent town is known for its luxury golf courses, high end resorts, and star studded neighborhoods. Because of the higher price point on most homes in the area, it’s home to many retirees and professionals. If you’re looking for sweeping mountain views and an exclusive vibe, look no further.

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As home to over eight luxury resorts, it should come as no surprise that this neighborhood’s fine dining scene is unrivaled. For example, El Chorro, which has served as a community “watering hole” since 1937. Today, El Chorro’s award-winning, internationally-trained chefs serve up a variety of upscale signature dishes.


From higher-end grocery stores and markets—Whole Foods, AJ’s Fine Foods—to your run-of-the-mill Safeway and Trader Joe’s, this area has it all. Plus La Grande Orange and Provisions Market (both local, artisanal favorites) are just a short trip south.


Not only is Paradise Valley central to Biltmore Fashion Park, Scottsdale Fashion Square, and Kierland Commons. It’s also the future home of The Palmeraie at the Ritz Carlton. This master-planned community will span 122 acres, offering exquisite dining, upscale shopping, and Fendi luxury apartments. Developers broke ground on the prestigious project in February 2019 that will serve as the Ritz’s flagship community.


Whether your hobbies are metropolitan or you want to take advantage of the area’s natural beauty, Paradise Valley is a recreational gateway. From the Mohave Trail and Mummy Mountain to Paolo Soleri’s historic gallery, there are endless ways to explore Paradise Valley and its many golf courses and country clubs.

Paradise Valley offers luxury homes with stunning views. Whether you’re looking for a charming remodel or a sprawling estate, your Paradise Valley home is sure to reflect the distinct beauty of Arizona’s culture and legacy.

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