Discover an Exciting Atmosphere in Scottsdale
Renowned for its vibrant Downtown District and abundance of fun things to do, Scottsdale is a highly desirable community that promises an exceptional quality of life. With a delightful blend of urban amenities and picturesque natural scenery and outdoor areas, Scottsdale has the best of both worlds. Enjoy a day spent traversing the rugged terrain and picturesque sights of the Sonoran Preserve and McDowell Mountains, or an evening dancing and dining Downtown.
Golf enthusiasts will be thrilled to live in a community known for "The Greatest Show on Grass," a professional golf tournament held annually. With so much to do and see, it's no wonder why homebuyers are flocking to this dynamic urban area.
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Get Outside in Scottsdale
Home to the McDowell Sonoran Preserve, which includes the vast McDowell Mountain Range, Scottsdale has no shortage of outdoor adventure. As one of the largest urban wilderness areas in the country, the Sonoran Preserve is a one-of-a-kind experience with over 60 miles of trails, breathtaking natural scenery, diverse wildlife, lush forests of cacti, and plenty of opportunities for fun and recreation.
Museums, Galleries, and Local Culture
Weekends in Scottsdale are best spent soaking up the city's unique culture and history. Choose from a number of fascinating museums, including the Scottsdale Historical Museum and Museum of Contemporary Art. Afterwards, head over for a photo opportunity at the iconic LOVE statue. Treat yourself to a stage or musical performance at the Center for the Performing Arts, home to Scottsdale ArtFest, or explore the Downtown area to find any of the unique and vibrant local art galleries.
Whatever your fancy, whether it's arts, history, sports, live music, gourmet food, or exceptional entertainment, there's something for you in Scottsdale.
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Scottsdale Quick Facts
While 1,000 residents per month has been a steady growth rate, Scottsdale still rolls out the small-town welcome. New residents are honored at quarterly Newcomers Socials by town and civic leaders.
Population (2010): 246,645
Population Growth Since 2000: +13.4%
Median Home Price: $405,400
Travel & Commute
Phoenix: 24 min
Public Transit: Valley Metro
Airport: Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport
Major Highways: I-10, I-17, AZ-202, AZ-101
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