The majority of the homes here are one-acre, single family units (although others are available). Commercial development is kept to a minimum – only what is truly needed is built. Sprawl is simply not allowed to happen, and nature peacefully co-exists with the residents. Paradise Valley has approximately 14,000 residents, so it’s small enough to retain its charm and picturesque landscapes.
There’s plenty to do here. Activities and attractions include spas and resorts, art galleries, Native American specialty shops, and fine dining. For outdoor enthusiasts, there’s plenty of hiking, golfing, and exploring to be done.
This offers you an affluent unparalleled lifestyle – while still close to major metropolitan areas.
If you like golf, you will find no better place to live than Paradise Valley. There are over 100+ courses within a fifty mile radius – you literally cannot travel in any direction without bumping into a world-class golf course.
Paradise Valley averages less than 15 inches of rain a year. This means you get sunshine, and plenty of it. We average over 325 sunny days a year. You’ll feel revitalized as Arizona’s sunshine and famous “dry heat” banishes those pesky “winter doldrums”. And when you’re ready to wind down, gorgeous sunsets give way to crisp desert nights.