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Interested in Ahwatukee homes for sale with pool and a guest house? The southernmost urban village of Phoenix, AZ, Ahwatukee is bordered on the north by South Mountain Park and Preserve and Baseline Road, on the east by Interstate 10 and the cities of Chandler and Tempe, and on the south and west by the Gila River Indian Community. Ahwatukee offers a peaceful, small-town feel with lush Sonoran Desert landscapes, scenic mountain views, and over 50 miles of hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails in South Mountain Park and Preserve. For buyers who desire an active lifestyle and being close to nature, yet still want easy to be close to shopping, restaurants, good schools, and entertainment, Ahwatukee has it all. The area includes dozens of master-planned communities filled with a wide array of beautiful homes, golf, tennis, social activities, and more. Ahwatukee is also part of the A-rated Kyrene School District, one of the top-performing school districts in the state. Before you begin your home search, you’ll first want to partner with a qualified agent who can help uncover Ahwatukee homes for sale with pool and a guest house that are the best fit your lifestyle and needs. Cathy Carter is a top-rated Ahwatukee REALTOR® and luxury homes specialist with over decades of local experience. Intimately familiar with the area, Cathy has all the information and resources you need to make the best home purchase decision. Get started on finding your dream home today by contacting Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or get in touch with her by email.
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Why you should consider living in Ahwatukee-Phoenix
Sunset at South Mountain Park & Preserve - Ahwatukee
The southernmost village of Phoenix, Ahwatukee is bordered on the north by South Mountain Park and Baseline Road, on the east by Interstate 10 and the cities of Chandler and Tempe, and on the south and west by the Gila River Indian Community. Ahwatukee offers a peaceful, small-town vibe with scenic mountain views and lush Sonoran Desert vegetation. Residents have access to 50 miles of trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding at South Mountain Park and Preserve. Ahwatukee is home to numerous restaurants, grocery stores, health food stores (Sprouts), national-brand home goods and clothing stores, unique specialty stores, a mega movie complex, an urgent care facility, a weekly farmers' market, and a variety of businesses and services that support the community. Local dining hotspots include the Hillside Spot, The Melting Pot, Nello's, Ra Sushi Bar Restaurant, and Arrivederci Trattoria, among others.
Phoenix Area Economy and Jobs
Downtown Phoenix is a prominent center for banking and finance. The regional headquarters for several major financial institutions, including JP Morgan Chase, Wells Fargo, US Bank, Bank of America, Compass Bank, and MidFirst Bank, are all located within or near the Downtown Phoenix core. The Phoenix metro area is one of the fastest-growing and most dynamic regions in the country for technology and software companies. With operational costs 42% less than California, according to the Greater Phoenix Economic Council, Phoenix has become a hub of commercial activity as more and more businesses are choosing to relocate here from other parts of the U.S.
Technology and bio-science are major economic drivers in the region with health care, manufacturing, and financial services solidly growing industries. Fortune 500/1000 companies based or having major operations in Phoenix include Avnet, Freeport-McMoRan, Republic Services, PetSmart, Apollo Group, Insight Enterprises, ON Semiconductor, Pinnacle West Capital Corporation, Amkor Technology, Swift Transportation, and First Solar.
In-demand Industries in Phoenix include construction, professional and technical services, information technology, transportation and warehousing, health care and social assistance, and real estate and rental and leasing (Arizona Office of Economic Opportunity). Workers in the Phoenix-Mesa-Scottsdale Metropolitan Statistical Area had an average (mean) hourly wage of $25.16 as of 2019 (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics). The top ten highest paying jobs in Phoenix (U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics) include:
- General Internal Medicine Physicians
- Physicians, All Other; and Ophthalmologists, Except Pediatric
- Family Medicine Physicians
- Chief Executives
- Pediatricians, General
- Dentists, General
- Nurse Anesthetists
- Airline Pilots, Copilots, and Flight Engineers
- Architectural and Engineering Managers
Schools in Ahwatukee
Phoenix is home to several award-winning school districts filled with top-rated schools. Phoenix has a total of 30 school districts with more than 200 charter schools and a number of top-rated private schools. Under Arizona’s open-enrollment law, children can attend other schools within the district or in another district by applying to that school, so families can be confident their child is receiving the best education possible. Phoenix has one of the highest concentrations of top-ranked public schools in Arizona.
Ahwatukee in Phoenix is served by the highly-acclaimed, A-rated Kyrene School District (Pre-K through 8th grade), one of the top-performing school districts in the state. All 25 schools in the district have received excelling or high-performing ratings. High school students attend either Desert Vista or Mountain Pointe High School in the highly-regarded Tempe Union High School District. Local alternative education options include several private schools and the award-winning BASIS Ahwatukee, a tuition-free, nationally-ranked public charter school serving grades 4–12. For higher education, the University of Phoenix, Ottawa University, and South Mountain Community College all have a campus presence in the area.
South Mountain Park and Preserve is the largest municipal park in the U.S. and serves as a scenic backdrop for the entire village of Ahwatukee. The 16,000-acre park features scenic city views, petroglyphs, and over 300 specimens of plant life, rabbits, foxes, coyotes, snakes, lizards, and birds. There’s also an activity complex, miles of hiking and riding trails, an interpretive center, several lookouts, a museum, ramada, and picnic area. The highest point on South Mountain is Mount Suppoa which reaches 2,690 feet (not accessible to the public). Dobbin Lookout is 2,330 feet high and is the highest point in the park accessible by trail.
Other outdoor recreation opportunities in Ahwatukee can be found at Ahwatukee Community Swim and Tennis Center, Ahwatukee Recreation Center (55 years-plus recreation and activities), Desert Foothills Park, Mountain Vista Park, Pecos Community Center, Sun Ray Park, Vista Canyon Park, and Western Star Park. Golf enthusiasts can choose from several top-rated courses in Ahwatukee such as the Ahwatukee Country Club and Foothills Golf Club Ahwatukee as well as dozens of additional courses located within easy driving distance.
Phoenix Area Outdoor Recreation
The Phoenix area provides an abundance of outdoor recreational opportunities for all age groups. Hiking, biking, climbing, horseback riding, and golfing are among the most popular activities in the region and can be enjoyed year-round. In Phoenix, McDowell Mountain Regional Park offers spectacular features spectacular views, and more than 21,000 acres of pristine desert, with miles of hiking, biking, and horseback riding trails. South Mountain Park & Preserve, the largest municipal park in the U.S. includes over 51 miles of trails for horseback riding, hiking, and mountain biking for all ability levels. Salt River also provides plenty of recreational fun with bike paths and picnic areas that surround the lake.
Camelback offers some of the best urban hiking in the U.S. and attracts over 300,000 hikers every year. Some of the best trails can be found around Lost Dutchman State Park or Desert Foothills Park. You’ll also find some great local park options like Echo Canyon Recreation Area or Phoenix Mountain Preserve. The Best hiking trails in Phoenix can be found at Piestewa Peak / Dreamy Draw, South Mountain Park/Preserve, and Papago Park.
Located in North Scottsdale, McDowell Sonoran Preserve provides many trailheads with a variety of trails for both beginners and experts. Gateway Trail and Sunrise Peak are among some of the local favorites. Peak hiking season begins in late October and can run through winter into spring. There are 59 moderate trails in Scottsdale ranging from 1.9 to 52.2 miles and from 1,686 to 5,209 feet above sea level. Some of the best trails in Scottsdale include:
- Camelback Mountain via Echo Canyon Trail is a 2.5 mile heavily trafficked out-and-back trail and is rated as difficult. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
- Pinnacle Peak Trail is a 4-mile heavily trafficked out-and-back trail and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round.
- Gateway Loop Trail is a 4.2-mile heavily trafficked loop trail and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and mountain biking and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on a leash.
- Blue Wash Trail is a 2.8-mile heavily trafficked out-and-back trail that features a waterfall and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and horses. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on a leash.
- Lost Dog Wash Trail to Ringtail Trail Loop is a 4.4-mile heavily trafficked loop trail that features beautiful wildflowers and is rated as moderate. The trail offers a number of activity options and is accessible year-round. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on a leash.
- Inspiration Point is a 5.7-mile out-and-back trail that offers scenic views and is rated as moderate. The trail is primarily used for hiking and running. Dogs are also able to use this trail but must be kept on a leash.
Phoenix Art & Culture
The Phoenix area offers an abundance of art and culture. The downtown Phoenix art scene has seen major development over the past decade and dozens of museums span the valley, including the Phoenix Art Museum, Arizona Capitol Museum, Arizona Military Museum, Hall of Flame Firefighting Museum, Pueblo Grande Museum and Cultural Park, Children's Museum of Phoenix, Arizona Science Center, and the Heard Museum, among others. Performing arts in the Phoenix area includes the Phoenix Symphony Hall, Arizona Opera, Ballet Arizona, Orpheum Theatre, Dorrance Theater, and Herberger Theater Center. Concert venues include Talking Stick Resort Arena and Comerica Theatre in downtown Phoenix, and Gammage Auditorium in Tempe (the last public building designed by Frank Lloyd Wright).
The Mesa Arts Center located in Mesa also supports regular independent musical and theater performances. The city of Scottsdale is renowned for its exceptional arts and culture, home to the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Arts, the Musical Instrument Museum, and over 100 fine art galleries. Scottsdale’s art-driven events include the free weekly Scottsdale Art Walk, Canal Convergence, and Scottsdale Contemporary Month. Taliesin West, located in Scottsdale, is the Arizona home and studio of architect Frank Lloyd Wright and the winter campus for the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. Also in Scottsdale is the site of the Cosanti Foundation, founded by the Italian architect and builder Paolo Soleri.
- Kierland Commons, a major upscale, master-planned shopping, residential, and resort community, is located on the eastern edge of Phoenix, on the border with Scottsdale.
- Desert Ridge Marketplace, located north of Loop 101 on Tatum Boulevard in Phoenix is anchored by AMC Theatres, Barnes & Noble, Old Navy, and Target. The outdoor lifestyle center features premier shopping, chef-driven restaurants, entertainment, and more.
- The Shops at Norterra Mall is a 354,000 square foot lifestyle center featuring specialty retailers and junior anchors in the North Phoenix area known as the Black Canyon Corridor. The mall includes Harkins Theaters, DICK’s Sporting Goods, BevMo, Victoria’s Secret, Best Buy, and others, with full-service and fast-casual restaurant options: Mellow Mushroom, Sauce, Pita Jungle, P.F. Chang’s, Chipotle, and Panera Bread.
- The Paradise Valley Mall, which opened in 1978, has long been the hub of Paradise Valley Village, a lively residential suburb and a master-planned community in Phoenix. The Mall is currently closed (except for JCPenny and Costco) with major redevelopment underway. An exciting mix of retail shops, a grocery store, restaurants, multi-family residential units, entertainment, office, self-storage, and other uses, all in a walkable area, is coming soon.
- CityScape is an entertainment destination and shopping center in the heart of downtown Phoenix. The office tower and residential apartments are centered around a lively courtyard, retail shops, bars, restaurants, a boutique hotel, and a live stand-up comedy club —perfect for a quick lunch, happy hour, date night, or anything in between.
- Biltmore Fashion Park is an open-air lifestyle center, Arizona’s original luxury retail destination, featuring Saks Fifth Avenue, Ralph Lauren, Hyde Park Jewelers, Lululemon, and more, plus a stellar line-up of restaurants including The Capital Grille, The Cheesecake Factory, Seasons 52, and True Food Kitchen.
- Outlets at Anthem offers a pet-friendly open-air shopping experience with more than 60 designer brand shops.
Phoenix-Scottsdale Fine Dining
From top chefs to award-winning cuisine, the Scottsdale-Phoenix area benefits from entrepreneurism in its restaurant scene with numerous fine dining establishments to savor and enjoy. The best fine dining restaurants in Scottsdale-Phoenix include:
- Different Pointe of View - Phoenix
- Kai - Phoenix
- LON’s at The Hermosa Inn - Phoenix
- T. Cook's - Phoenix
- Binkley's Restaurant - Phoenix
- Vincent on Camelback - Phoenix
- Steak 44 - Phenix
- Quiessence at the Farm - Phoenix
- The Capital Grille - Phoenix
- Durant's - Phoenix
- Deseo - Scottsdale
- Eddie V's Prime Seafood - Scottsdale
- The Mission - Scottsdale
- Nobuo at Teeter House - Scottsdale
- J & G Steakhouse - Scottsdale
- Rancho Pinot - Scottsdale
- Roaring Fork - Scottsdale
- Wright's at The Biltmore - Scottsdale
- Dominick's Steakhouse - Scottsdale
- Orange Sky - Scottsdale
- Mastro's Ocean Club - Scottsdale
- Mastro's Steakhouse - Scottsdale
- Ocean 44 - Scottsdale
- Atlas Bistro - Scottsdale
- Talavera - Scottsdale
- FnB Restaurant - Scottsdale
- Ocean Prime - Scottsdale
The Phoenix area has one the most vibrant and busy nightlife scenes in the west, offering plenty of places to enjoy an exciting night out. Nightlife in Downtown Phoenix Includes the Roosevelt Row Arts District with spots such as The Churchill, Sazerac, Arizona Wilderness Brewing Co., and Angels Trumpet Ale House; Crescent Ballroom, where local and national music acts take to the stage almost every night; Cobra Arcade Bar; Bitter & Twisted Cocktail Parlour; Little Rituals; Dust Cutter; and the two-block CityScape complex, which includes Chico Malo, and Blue Hound Kitchen & Cocktails. Central Phoenix is where the locals play after work at neighborhood hangouts such as Culinary Dropout at The Yard, The Vig Uptown, Linger Longer Lounge, The Womack, Across the Pond, The Casual Pint, and more.
Old Town is the entertainment hub of Scottsdale and is the place to go for nightlife with a lot of venues and clubs within blocks of each other. One of the most glamorous nightclubs is The Mint Ultralounge, a 7,000 square foot space (formerly a bank) designed to evoke the Hollywood Regency style. AZ88 Bar & Restaurant in Old Town is the perfect place for a relaxing nightcap with friends. Rockbar Inc. bills itself as the city's top rock 'n roll destination and features live music, rock DJs, and exclusive performances from local and national acts. Check out Paris of Scottsdale if you're looking for a Latin-inspired nightlife spot.
Maya Day + Nightclub brings a touch of Vegas flash to the desert and is one of the most popular dance clubs in Scottsdale. The Beverly is an Old Town Scottsdale gem full of old-school glamour and sophistication. Casablanca Rooftop Lounge is a good option when you're looking for a quieter, sophisticated night in Old Town with panoramic views of both Scottsdale and Camelback Mountain from the lounge balcony. Dakota is a popular Old Town hybrid restaurant, bar, and nightlife venue, offering casual and fun with a touch of glam. For a night of comedy, head to any of the local comedy clubs in the Phoenix area. Check out the Laugh Factory Club in Scottsdale, and Rick Bronson's - House of Comedy AZ, Stand Up Live, and Torch Theater in Phoenix.
- Phoenix Zoo
- OdySea Aquarium in Scottsdale
- Out of Africa Wildlife Park (located north of Phoenix in Camp Verde)
- Arizona Science Center
- Castles N’ Coasters Amusement Park
- Desert Botanical Garden
- Hall of Flame Fire Museum
- The Musical Instrument Museum
- Taliesin West (School and winter home of Frank Lloyd Wright)
- Goldfield Ghost Town
- Heard Museum
- Pueblo Grande Museum and Cultural Park
- Roosevelt Row (Walkable Arts District in Downtown Phoenix)
- Japanese Friendship Garden of Phoenix
- Tovrea Castle
- Orpheum Theater
- Eisendrath House
- Wrigley Mansion
- Phoenix Symphony Hall
- Arizona State Capitol Museum
- Heritage Square Museum
- Children’s Museum of Phoenix
- Butterfly Wonderland
- Penske Racing Museum
- Chase Field
- Phoenix Art Museum
- South Mountain Park and Preserve
- Phoenix Mountains Preserve
Phoenix Area Events & Professional Sports
The Phoenix metro area hosts hundreds of annual events such as the popular Waste Management Phoenix Open (best-attended golf tournament in the world) and the Barret Jackson Auto Show in Scottsdale, just to name a few. Sports fans have the opportunity to watch professional basketball, football, hockey, and baseball teams, as well as offseason spring training games held in the Phoenix metro area. Phoenix is one of only 13 U.S. cities to have representatives of all four major professional sports leagues.
The Arizona Diamondbacks (MLB) play their home games at Chase Field. The Phoenix Suns play in the NBA's Pacific Division and play their games at Talking Stick Arena. The Arizona Cardinals are a professional football team (NFL) based in Phoenix and play at State Farm Stadium and the Arizona Coyotes are a professional hockey league team based in Glendale. The Phoenix Mercury is a professional women's basketball team (WNBA) based in Phoenix and plays at Talking Stick Resort Arena.
Phoenix is the only city in the country to host an entire spring-training league for MLB - the Cactus League. Other major sporting teams/events in metro Phoenix include PGA and LPGA golf, NASCAR and NHRA racing, and major marathons. Cactus League spring training baseball includes the Arizona Diamondbacks, Chicago Cubs, Chicago White Sox, Cincinnati Reds, Cleveland Indians, Colorado Rockies, Kansas City Royals, Los Angeles Angels, Los Angeles Dodgers, Milwaukee Brewers, Oakland Athletics, San Diego Padres, San Francisco Giants, Seattle Mariners, and the Texas Rangers. With 10 facilities hosting 15 teams, the Phoenix metro area has the greatest concentration of professional baseball facilities found anywhere in the U.S.
Home to the Waste Management Phoenix Open, the Scottsdale-Phoenix area boasts more than 200 golf courses, many of which are accessible to the public. Each year when the PGA Tour converges on TPC Scottsdale for the “Greatest Show on Grass,” thousands of recreational golfers escape the cold winter weather for sunny skies set against picturesque desert mountain vistas in central Arizona.
If you want to play TPC Scottsdale's Stadium Course, you will be paying a hefty price. In the weeks after the Phoenix Open, which is the high season for golf in the area, the TPC Scottsdale green fee is as high as $384 at the peak of the day. The green fee goes down to $259 after 2 p.m. Prices start to go down in April to a maximum of $289 per player.
Yes, you can easily pay a couple of hundred dollars for a round of golf in Scottsdale but you can also find deals even during peak season. Many courses cut their greens fees by more than 50% for late-morning or early-afternoon tee times. Three courses to try out include the Silverado Golf Course (afternoon tee times for $50 or less), the McDowell Mountain Golf Club (afternoon tee times are around $100), and the Boulders Club offering two scenic championship courses ((afternoon tee time are around $180).
Many Scottsdale golf clubs, including We-Ko-Pa Golf Club and Wildfire Golf Club, have multiple courses and offer bounce-back rates so you can play the courses for a discounted fee on different days. Or, consider teeing off at one of these municipal courses: Continental Golf Course, Coronado Golf Course, or Papago Golf Course. There are also a number of top-rated courses outside Scottsdale’s city limits that have fewer golfers, incredible views, and lower prices like the Ak-Chin Southern Dunes Golf Course, Verde River Golf & Social Club, and Desert Canyon Golf Club, among others.
Best golf courses the public can play in the Scottsdale area
- Troon North (Monument & Pinnacle) Scottsdale
- We-Ko-Pa (Saguaro & Cholla)—Fort McDowell (Located 40 minutes northeast of downtown) Scottsdale)
- The Boulders Golf Club - Scottsdale
- Grayhawk (Raptor & Talon)—Scottsdale
- TPC Scottsdale (Stadium Course)—Scottsdale
- Quintero Golf Club—Peoria (North of the greater Phoenix area )
- Talking Stick Golf Club - Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community - Scottsdale
- Sunridge Canyon Golf Club - Fountain Hills (North of Scottsdale)
- Ak-Chin Southern Dunes - Ak-Chin Indian Reservation (Located 41.9 miles from Scottsdale)
- Wickenburg Ranch’s Big Wick (located northwest of Phoenix in Wickenburg)
- Papago Golf - Phoenix
Best private golf courses in Scottsdale
Phoenix Area Professional Sports
For sports fans, the Phoenix area offers a wide variety of professional sporting events and four major sports teams including the Arizona Diamondbacks (MLB), Phoenix Suns (NBA), Phoenix Coyotes (NHL), ASU Sun Devil Football, ASU Cardinals Football, Phoenix International Raceway (NASCAR), Turf Paradise (Thoroughbred Racing), Waste Management Phoenix Open, and Cactus League Spring Training Baseball.
Phoenix Metro Area Transportation
Public transportation in the Phoenix area is provided by Valley Metro, which includes trains, buses, and a rideshare program. The 26-mile Valley Metro Rail, referred to simply as "the light rail" by locals, connects downtown Phoenix to Tempe, Mesa, and Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport by way of the PHX Sky Train. From end to end, there are currently 38 stations, including 11 park-and-ride stations. Use Valley Metro's trip planner to find the best route to your destination using light rail and busses (Metro Rail Maps and Schedules). Bicyclists may bring their bikes aboard the train.
Metro light rail trains depart stations at each end of the route every 12 minutes from about 6 a.m. to 7 p.m. and every 20 minutes at other times. Trains start running at about 3:30 a.m. on weekdays and 4 a.m. on weekends and holidays. The last full trip of the day on Monday through Thursday begins at 11 p.m., arriving at the opposite end of the line at about 12:25 a.m. early the next morning. On Friday nights and Saturday nights (Saturday and Sunday mornings) the last full trip is at 2 a.m., arriving at the opposite end of the line at 3:25 a.m.
Metro light rail fares: single-ride tickets cost $2; an all-day pass is $4. Passes for seven days ($20), 15 days ($33), and 31 days ($64) are also available. Certain groups can get a discount—including seniors ages 65 and older, students, Medicare cardholders, and the disabled—children five and under ride for free with an adult. Passengers must have proof of eligibility to qualify for reduced fares.
In addition to the light rail system, Valley Metro operates the local, express, and RAPID bus services and rural and neighborhood circulars - covering 513 square miles. Many attractions, including the Heard Museum, Phoenix Art Museum, and the Arizona Science Center, are along the light rail's route. Valley Metro Rail is also ideal for events. Parking in downtown Phoenix can be a challenge for sporting events, concerts, and First Fridays, so many people park at one of the park-and-ride lots and take the light rail to their desired destination.
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Whether you are interested in Ahwatukee homes for sale with pool and a guest house or it's time to list your current property, Cathy Carter provides the kind of knowledge, skills, dedication, and personalized service you need and deserve. Known for her warm and friendly personality, and professionalism, Cathy's personal approach to the real estate process allows her to connect with her clients and uncover the right homes for them. If you are looking to sell, Cathy will get your home sold quickly for top dollar. Most of Cathy’s listings sell within 5 days or less. As your agent, she will protect your best interests, advocate for you, negotiate on your behalf, and handle the many details of the transaction, ensuring the best results possible.
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