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A very special small community on South side of Camelback Mountain known for its green, mature lush landscapes, the Arcadia neighborhood of Phoenix is one of the most desired family-oriented communities of Arizona due to its historic homesites and rural, kid-friendly atmosphere throughout every street. Many large lots feature plentiful grapefruit, orange, and lemon trees in addition to the common site from way back when of kids playing in driveways and in the streets. If you are seeking a well-established, family-oriented, quaint neighborhood with greenery not always common for Arizona streets – you will soon see why Arcadia (and now “Arcadia Light” too) is a very desired hot spot among our lovely communities.

Who Are My Neighbors

Successful residents who desire an established neighborhood filled with foliage, historic homes, and a very small community feel for all. Family-oriented but flare for living life and community involvement when busy work and kids’ schedules allow. Residents are very prideful about living in Arcadia and working to keep it from changing too much…

Style Of Living/The Lifestyle

Highly desirable custom homes, an abundance of incredible “remodel” efforts impressive to the eye, and mid-20th century – a truly special/unique small community offering finest of rural living in the middle of the Scottsdale/Phoenix border. Centrally located – Arcadia offers direct access to all the amenities of Phoenix & Scottsdale, including Scottsdale Fashion Square, Old Town Scottsdale, Biltmore Fashion Park, many Spring Training MLB Stadiums, and more. Just a 15-minute drive to Sky Harbor International Airport, and filled with many wonderful hiking and biking options makes Arcadia one of our most desirable, livable parts of town!

Weekend Itinerary (All in good fun in this section – just hypotheticals of course)

Friday Night – having 3 best friend couples over for wine, dinner, and drinks w kids playing in backyard.

Saturday Night – staying home with family due to kids sports schedule over the weekend.

Sunday – brunch at The Henry for the Mrs and her GF’s – Mr is playing Tennis at the Village and lunch with the guys at Arizona Country Club or low-key sports bar.

What It’s Not

Although filled with many special and unique restaurants and boutique-style shopping stores – Arcadia is not overcrowded or filled with the hustle and non-stop energy of other areas of town. It’s a special neighborhood all residents are proud to call their home!

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