When it comes to choosing a new town to live in, having the word “paradise” in the name may seem like hyperbole. If you are looking at potentially buying Paradise Valley homes in Arizona, however, you may find that the name is apt. The town of Paradise Valley is located in the beautiful Sonoran Desert, between the cities of Scottsdale and Phoenix. With a population of just under 13,000, Paradise Valley offers the benefits of a small community with easy access to larger municipalities. If you are looking at houses in Paradise Valley, you will want to seek a REALTOR® with specialized knowledge of the area.
Living in desert areas can provide you with breathtaking views and unparallel experiences of nature. Homes in Paradise Valley are built to follow residential guidelines that have been established by the town's government with the intent to reserve the residential character that exists within the Paradise Valley community. This means there are limitations to the height and size of new structures with the aim of maximizing residents' experience of the surrounding natural beauty. Finding a REALTOR® with knowledge of the town's regulations will be essential in ensuring that you know exactly what you are getting into terms of community expectations.
When you are considering moving to a new area, it is important for you to do some research into what the area has to offer in terms of public amenities and balance this with location. If you are seeking a place of sanctuary, then Paradise Valley houses may be particularly suitable for your needs. With very peaceful and quiet surroundings, the town has a lot of open spaces with residents who are particularly proud of their views of the pristine desert and the night-time sky. The town also presents its residents with unobstructed views of the surrounding mountains and other geographical landmarks including the Indian Bend Wash, Camelback Mountain, the Phoenix Mountain Preserve and Mummy Mountain.
As with many other locations in Arizona, Paradise Valley is also home to nine resorts which in turn offer residents a multitude of recreational opportunities, including tennis and golf, in addition to other service amenities such as fine dining and high-end spas. Spending some time in a new community before you purchase your new home can give you a valuable experience of what the community has to offer and also help you to determine if it is a community that you want to be a part of. In addition to talking to your REALTOR® at length about the area, speak to locals and experience it for yourself.
It could be said that everyone would like to live in paradise one day, but there are times when the process of finding a new home and establishing yourself within a new community can feel daunting. Seeking professionals who can guide you knowably through this process can bring you one step closer to finding your perfect sanctuary.