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Phoenix-Camelback Corridor, Arizona Real Estate

The real estate market in Camelback Corridor and Biltmore includes a diverse selection of single-family homes, condominiums and townhouses. The many different types of neighborhoods within the region allow home seekers to find exactly the lifestyle that meets their tastes: from golf communities to stately gated communities, rural properties, serene mid-century enclaves, and chic urban dwellings. Prices range widely, reflecting this diversity. Single-family homes in the Arcadia neighborhood, for example, may be purchased for anywhere between $500,000 to over $3.5 million. The range in the Biltmore region runs from $550,000 up to $4 million. The median price for a single-family home is currently about $700,000.

Available amenities include scenic views of nearby mountain peaks and open landscapes, tree-lined streets, large lots, fenced yards and access to community facilities. Although a large percentage of homes in this area are older, most have been very well-maintained and many have been remodeled or upgraded. There are also some homes which have been built in recent infill developments, and many townhouses and/or condominiums are available from $250,000 up to $700,000.
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Phoenix-Camelback Corridor, Arizona Real Estate

Home to high-end shopping, fine residential neighborhoods and sleek commercial and residential complexes, the Camelback Corridor is one of the most popular submarkets in the Valley of the Sun. Homeowners in this established part of the city enjoy fabulous views of two stunning natural landmarks, Camelback Mountain and Piestewa Peak, formerly known as Squaw Peak. Residential neighborhoods in the Corridor, such as Biltmore and Arcadia, contain stately homes surrounded by mature trees and clean landscaping. Real estate options consist of a diverse selection of single-family homes and condominiums/townhouses.

Parts of the region were originally planned out as early as 1919 and homes were built throughout the mid-century. As a result, these neighborhoods have a sense of charm and character that other, more modern areas of Phoenix lack. Over 142,000 people enjoy the Corridor lifestyle of convenience, style and class.

There are several attractions that appeal to residents and visitors alike, including the famous Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa, the Adobe and Links courses at the AZ Biltmore Golf Club, the Biltmore Fashion Park, the Phoenix Zoo and the Arizona Desert Botanical Gardens. The Arizona Biltmore, called the "Jewel of the Desert" and designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, opened in 1929 and is one of the most prestigious resorts in the city. Naturally, the placement of this resort has encouraged the location of fine establishments nearby, making Camelback Corridor one of the Valley's most popular destinations for fine dining and shopping.

On the other end of the spectrum, Corridor residents also enjoy easy access to hiking and other outdoor activities at Camelback Mountain, North Mountain, and Piestewa/Squaw Peak Parks.

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