Explore Homes For Sale In Scottsdale with Pool

If you are currently in the market to buy a home with a private swimming pool in the Phoenix metro area, you’ll want to consider homes for sale in Scottsdale with pool. An affluent residential-resort community, Scottsdale is located approximately 10 miles northeast of Phoenix. The city of Scottsdale is known for its numerous world-class resorts and spas and over 50 golf courses. Homebuyers will also discover an impressive array of real estate in Scottsdale to select from. Whether you desire a single-family home in an established neighborhood or master-planned community, a brand new home with the latest designer features, semi-rural horse property, a custom-built home within an exclusive golf course or waterfront community, or a sprawling luxury estate with incredible views, Scottsdale offers it all. Residents enjoy premier shopping, fine dining, popular annual events like the Barrett-Jackson Car Auction and Waste Management Phoenix Open, an excellent school system, numerous outdoor activities, miles of scenic hiking trails, and some of the best golf clubs in the country. Buyers will want to work with a qualified agent who can help them uncover the perfect home in the right neighborhood and secure an offer. Cathy Carter is a luxury home specialist and a highly-rated REALTOR® in Scottsdale with over two decades of local experience. Intimately familiar with the Scottsdale-Phoenix market, Cathy has access to a full complement of real estate services, resources, and tools to help bring about a successful home buying experience. Get the process today by contacting Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or you can get in touch by email

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If you would like more information on any of the above homes for sale in Scottsdale with pool, or to schedule a private showing, please contact top REALTOR® in Scottsdale - Cathy Carter, specializing in newer homes and luxury real estate. As a dedicated, full-time real estate agent, Cathy keeps her finger on the pulse of the market at all times and is the first to know when new real estate in Scottsdale becomes available, ensuring that her buyers have access to the most valuable listings and securing an offer. 

Scottsdale, AZ Current Housing Market Trends

In April 2021, Scottsdale home prices were up 25.9% compared to last year, selling for a median price of $680K. On average, homes in Scottsdale sell around 30 days on the market compared to 44 days last year. There were 1,119 homes sold in April this year, up from 581 last year. The average homes sell for around list price and go pending in around 33 days. Hot Scottsdale homes can sell for about 3% above the list price and go pending in around 12 days.

When you partner with Cathy, she begins every new client relationship with a detailed consultation to better understand your specific needs, desires, and goals along with the type of home and neighborhood you have in mind. She will then sift through multiple databases in search of homes that best match your criteria and arrange for a private showing.  As a local expert, Cathy can help guide and advise you on the best neighborhoods and communities in Scottsdale, the types of homes and features offered, the top builders in the region, school districts, private schools, area amenities and attractions, local community developments, and much more. Get started on finding your dream home today by calling Cathy directly at (480) 459-8488 or get in touch by email.

Why Homebuyers Consider Living in Scottsdale, Arizona  

Scottsdale at-a-glance

Located in Maricopa County, Arizona, the city of Scottsdale officially uses the slogan "The West's Most Western Town. Home to more than 265,249 people, Scottsdale is the 5th largest city in Arizona and the 82nd largest in the U.S. Most of the workforce of Scottsdale is in the tourism industry. The city has one of the highest numbers of AAA Five-Diamond hotels and resorts in the country and is home to many renowned spas and resorts including the Four Seasons Scottsdale and Canyon Suites.

Scottsdale's climate, as well as retail facilities, dining, nightlife, and more than 50 golf courses, are what attract visitors from all over. There are many top employers within the city, including Honor Health, CVS Health, Scottsdale Unified School District, Vanguard, and the City of Scottsdale. Scottsdale is loosely divided into four areas: Old Town (Downtown) Scottsdale, South Scottsdale, Central Scottsdale (Shea Corridor), and North Scottsdale.

Old Town features boutique shopping, restaurants, nightlife and is home to a number of galleries, the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art, the Scottsdale's Museum of the West. Also located in Old Town is the upscale Scottsdale Fashion Square Mall featuring major retail anchors like Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Dillard’s, and Barney’s New York. The Shea Corridor includes some of the most desirable residential areas in the valley such as Gainey Ranch and McCormick Ranch. The master-planned community of McCormick Ranch has a history dating back over 40 years. It started as a horse ranch, known for the raising of Arabian horses.

Today, McCormick Ranch is a desirable family-friendly area with shopping centers, churches, health care facilities, and hotels. Residents enjoy a number of parks, multiple lakes, and picturesque views of the mountains. Gainey Ranch is another planned community in Scottsdale comprising more than 560 acres and 19 different gated neighborhoods. The area includes townhomes to large single-family homes along with several office buildings and commercial areas. The neighborhood centers around three nine-hole golf courses and a large network of trails for hiking, biking, and walking. 

North Scottsdale, located just 20 minutes from Downtown Scottsdale and about 35 minutes from Phoenix, offers the best of both worlds. It straddles Scottsdale’s more built-up area to the south and west, as well as its more expansive desert terrain, with McDowell Mountain Regional Park to the east and Pinnacle Peak Park to the north. The North Scottsdale neighborhood is home to several world-class golf clubs including Silverleaf and Troon, and some of the most stunning and luxurious properties you will find anywhere.

The neighborhood has something for everyone from hiking and biking opportunities offered by the mountainous terrain and lush Sonoran desert to luxury shopping, fine dining, and exciting cultural offerings. Also located in North Scottsdale is Mayo Clinic. As a leading academic medical center in the Southwest, Mayo Clinic focuses on providing specialty and surgical care in more than 65 disciplines and includes a Cancer Center, Emergency department and procedure space, and an International Patient Center.  

Scottsdale Economy and Employment Opportunities

Scottsdale is known for its concentration of world-class resorts, with hotels, spas, and other tourism businesses making up a large portion of the city’s economy. One of the largest employment centers in Scottsdale and also in the state is Scottsdale Airpark, anchored by the Scottsdale Airport. The Scottsdale Airpark encompasses 8.6 square miles and includes over 2,900 businesses that employ more than 51,000 people. The Airpark is headquarters to prestigious companies such as GoDaddy, AXON (Taser), JDA Software, Nautilus Insurance, Quicken Loans, CVS Caremark, and Vanguard, and home to many other great companies. The proximity of Scottsdale Airport has helped define the business environment, with one of the busiest single-runway airports in the U.S., nearly all corporate or general aviation. 

Scottsdale LUXURY RESORTs and Spas

Scottsdale is known for its concentration of world-class, luxury resorts and spas. Some of the top resorts in Scottsdale include:  

Some of the best spa treatments in Scottsdale can be found at:


For parents with school-age children, Scottsdale is served by two nationally acclaimed school districts: Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD) and Paradise Valley Unified School district (PVSD), both ranked among the top school districts in the country. SUSD serves the majority of Scottsdale students with 22 schools and is considered to be one of the best school districts in Arizona. The district has 16 elementary schools and three schools that offer grades K-8. There also are 6 middle school buildings and 5 high schools. 

Paradise Valley Unified School District is a large public school district that provides educational opportunities for a small portion of Scottsdale. With 30 elementary schools, 7 middle schools, and 5 high schools, the district provides students with several different alternative programming options, including a S.T.E.M. program, an International Baccalaureate program, and a Digital Learning Center. Many of the charter schools in Scottsdale receive high rankings and are an option for those who are looking for an alternative to the traditional public school system.

These are some of the top-rated public schools in Scottsdale rated by GreatSchool.com, based on a variety of measures including academic performance and equity:

Highly-ranked private schools in Scottsdale include Bella Vista College Preparatory School, Brightmont Academy, Camelback Desert School, Fusion Academy Scottsdale, Arizona International Academy, Blessed Sacrament Preschool & Kindergarten, and Brightmont Academy. Scottsdale is also home to the highly-regarded Scottsdale Community College and offers close proximity to Arizona State University and several colleges throughout the Phoenix metro area.

Scottsdale Arts and Culture 

Scottsdale is renowned for its exceptional arts and culture with the Scottsdale Center for the Performing Arts, the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Arts, the Musical Instrument Museum and over 100 galleries. You can also enjoy art-driven events such as the free weekly Scottsdale Art Walk, Canal Convergence, and Scottsdale Contemporary Month or take a walking tour of public art installations in Old Town. Additionally, Scottsdale is the site of Taliesin West, the Arizona home and studio of architect Frank Lloyd Wright and the winter campus for the Frank Lloyd Wright School of Architecture. The site of the Cosanti Foundation, founded by the Italian architect and builder Paolo Soleri is also in Scottsdale.

Scottsdale Nightlife

Scottsdale has one of the most vibrant and busy nightlife scenes in the West, offering plenty of places to enjoy an exciting night out. Old Town is known as the entertainment hub of the city and the place to go for nightlife with a lot of venues and clubs within blocks of each other. If you’re not wearing your walking shoes, there are golf carts that can take you from one venue to another and Uber is everywhere. Don't drink and drive as Arizona is a zero-tolerance state and you will get a DUI.

One of the city’s most glamorous nightclubs is The Mint Ultralounge, a 7,000 square foot space (formerly a bank) designed to evoke the Hollywood Regency style. The dance club is always crowded.  AZ88 Bar & Restaurant in Old Town offers a rich ambiance with views of fountains and green spaces - a perfect place for a relaxing nightcap with friends. Rockbar Inc. bills itself as the city's top rock 'n roll destination.  The club, lounge, and music venue features live music, rock DJs, and exclusive performances from local and national acts. If you're looking for a Latin-inspired nightlife spot, check out Paris of Scottsdale.  The club has been known for its emphasis on hip hop, reggaeton, salsa, and other Latin-inspired beats.

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, formerly known as Mabel's on Main, is an Old Town Scottsdale gem full of old-school glamour and sophistication. The exposed brick walls, mahogany wood bar, and leather booths lend a warm and intimate feel. Casablanca Rooftop Lounge is a good option when you're looking for a quieter, sophisticated night in Old Town Scottsdale, offering panoramic views of both Scottsdale and Camelback Mountain from atop the lounge balcony. 

Dakota is a popular Old Town Scottsdale hybrid restaurant, bar, and nightlife venue, offering casual and fun with a touch of glam. There is also a comfortable street-side patio that offers great people-watching in the heart of the entertainment district. If you are looking to enjoy a more relaxed evening, head to any of the comedy clubs in Scottsdale or in nearby Phoenix. Check out the Laugh Factory Club in Scottsdale, and Rick Bronson's - House of Comedy AZ, Stand Up Live, and the Torch Theater in nearby Phoenix.  

Scottsdale SHOPPING 

Scottsdale boasts some of the best shopping in Arizona with more than 2,500 luxury retailers, one-of-a-kind boutiques, and upscale malls. Old Town Scottsdale is home to dozens of gift shops, Native American jewelry stores, and Scottsdale Fashion Square, the Southwest’s largest shopping destination. In North Scottsdale, Kierland Commons and Scottsdale Quarter feature high-end stores in sunny outdoor settings.  

Scottsdale Fashion Square is an upscale, super-regional luxury shopping mall located in the downtown area of Scottsdale. The largest shopping mall in Arizona, Scottsdale Fashion Square includes approximately 2 million square feet of retail space. Ranked in the top 25 most visited malls in the country by Travel + Leisure magazine, the mall is located on the northwest corner of Scottsdale Road and Camelback Road in Scottsdale. With more than 200 shops and restaurants –  including 40 of the world’s finest luxury and contemporary brands, Scottsdale Fashion Square is the place to go for luxury and upscale shopping, dining, and entertainment. 

Scottsdale Fine Dining

From top chefs to award-winning cuisine, Scottsdale benefits from entrepreneurism in its restaurant scene with more than 790 restaurants in the city.  The “Top 10 Restaurants for 2021” below earned the highest food ratings in Phoenix/Scottsdale from Gayot.com - (The Guide for The Good Life):

  1. Deseo (Latin American)
  2. Eddie V's Prime Seafood (steak and seafood) 
  3. The Mission (Latin American) 
  4. Nobuo at Teeter House (Japanese, Asian, Izakaya)
  5. J & G Steakhouse (Steak, American, Seafood)
  6. Rancho Pinot (Contemporary, Californian, American)
  7. Roaring Fork (American Regional) 
  8. T.Cooks (Modern American, Mediterranean)
  9. Vincent on Camelback (southwestern, French)
  10. Wright's at The Biltmore (Contemporary)

Other great restaurants in Scottsdale definitely worth mentioning include Dominick's SteakhouseOrange Sky (Talking Stick), Mastro's Ocean ClubMastro's SteakhouseOcean 44Atlas BistroTalavera, and FnB RestaurantBourbon SteakOcean Prime, just to name a few.

Scottsdale EVENTS 

Scottsdale is a hotbed of activity with numerous popular events that take place throughout the year such as the Scottsdale ArtWalkFiesta BowlRock ‘n Roll Arizona MarathonBarrett-Jackson Car AuctionWestworld of ScottsdaleScottsdale Culinary FestivalScottsdale Civic Center MallScottsdale Arabian Horse ShowArizona Diamondbacks Spring TrainingSalt River Fields at Talking Stick, and Scottsdale Fashion Week, and others


Kids and adults both benefit from Scottsdale’s Sports Complex, as well as an award-winning parks and recreation department that offers golf courses, 45 miles of paved paths for walkers and cyclists, and another 115 miles of non-motorized trails. Scottsdale has a total of 103 great hiking, running, and mountain biking trails. McDowell Sonoran Preserve located in North Scottsdale offers 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. 

Camelback Mountain is another popular hiking destination, located in the Echo Canyon Recreation Area between the Arcadia neighborhood of Phoenix and Paradise Valley. 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. 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 the Scottsdale area include:

#1. 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.  
#2. 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.
#3. 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.
#4. 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.
#5. 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.
#6. 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.

Scottsdale Top-rated Golf Courses

 We-Ko-Pa Golf Club in Scottsdale

Scottsdale is known as "The World's Finest Golf Destination," and it's easy to see why when you consider the city's roster of luxury resorts, 330 days of annual sunshine, and high-caliber courses like TPC Scottsdale, Troon North, We-Ko-Pa, and Grayhawk. Scottsdale has over 50 golf courses, with more than 200 golf courses in the Scottsdale-Phoenix area combined.

Some of the best golf clubs in Scottsdale include:

  • We-Ko-Pa Golf Club - Set in the Sonoran Desert and on land owned by the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, We-Ko-Pa offers two fantastic courses: Cholla and Saguaro. Unlike other Arizona golf courses, there are no homes or condos lining the fairways. It’s just you and giant saguaros in the foreground framed by magnificent mountains in the distance.
  • Troon North Golf Club - North Scottsdale’s crown jewel and considered the best public 36-hole facility in the area, including the Pinnacle Course and the Monument Course. Recent course renovations by original designer and British Open Champion Tom Weiskopf have enhanced the experience further.
  • TPC Scottsdale - The Stadium Course at TPC Scottsdale hosts the Waste Management Phoenix Open. Right across the street is the Champions Course, which is less expensive and very walkable.
  • Talking Stick Golf Club  - A 36-hole facility with both courses designed by Bill Coore and Ben Crenshaw, and situated on the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community. Adjacent to each other on flat land very walkable, the O'odham Course has a links-feel and the Piipaash Course is shorter, with more water and trees.
  • The Boulders Golf Club  - The unique resort sits in the Sonoran Desert foothills nestled among massive granite boulder formations. Both Jay Morrish-designed championship courses offer spectacular views. The North, known for its challenging back-9 and is the older of the two. The South has holes that go right up into the boulder formations.
  • Grayhawk Golf Club - Among the top-rated public courses in Arizona with the Tom Fazio-designed Raptor Course having hosted the PGA Tour Frys.com Open from 2007-2009. The Talon Course features in Golf Magazine’s prestigious list of the “Top 100 You Can Play in the U.S.” for daily fee courses.
  • Quintero Golf Club - Ranked number one in the Phoenix-Scottsdale area by both Golf Digest and Golfweek in their ‘Best Public Course’ lists, this Rees Jones-designed course fully deserves its accolades. With tees ranging from 5,800 to 7,200-yards, generous landing areas, and slick, multi-tiered bent grass greens, Quintero is a great test for all golfers.
  • Sunridge Canyon Golf Club - one of the best value, premier daily-fee golf club offerings available in the area.  Designed by Keith Foster, enjoy the thrilling string of finishing holes, dubbed the “Wicked Six”, which are among the best golf experiences in Arizona.
  • Mirabel Golf Club - This stunning Tom Fazio 7,147 yard, par-71 course is an exceptional example of the outstanding quality, craftsmanship, and beauty that are the hallmarks of Mr. Fazio's global reputation. Above all, he designs to create a unique golf experience for each player that is challenging, enjoyable, and memorable.
  • Gainey Ranch Golf Club - The Gainey Ranch Golf Club experience is Scottsdale golf taken to a whole new level. The  Scottsdale golf club boasts great holes of golf designed by Michael Poellot, the former chief architect for Robert Trent Jones Jr. His craftsmanship has more than lived up to his reputation in designing each of Gainey Ranch’s golf courses. Each of the three distinct nine-hole courses offers a different experience for players of all skill levels. 
  • Legend Trail Golf Club - When the architect Rees Jones created the golf course at Legend Trail Golf Club, he created a course that brings out the Old West-style of Scottsdale as well as a challenging yet fair test of golf. The golf course at the Legend Trail Golf Club features generous fairways.  Panoramas include local sites like Black Mountain, Pinnacle Peak, and Lone Mountain.  A round at Legend Trail Golf Club gives all levels of golfer a limitless choice of shot-making possibilities.
  • Ak-Chin Southern Dunes Golf Club - Located within the Ak-Chin Indian Reservation,  the Ak-Chin Southern Dunes course is ranked in the Top-5 ‘Best Courses to Play in Arizona’ by Golf Monthly. A Fred Couples and Schmidt-Curley designed course with distinct links feel, it has hosted numerous US Open qualifiers and regional amateur and PGA events.


The Phoenix metropolitan area is a sports fan’s dream. Cheer on the NFL’s Arizona Cardinals, the NBA’s Phoenix Suns, the MLB’s Arizona Diamondbacks, or the NHL’s Arizona Coyotes. WNBA fans can see the Phoenix Mercury and if indoor football is your thing, catch the Arena Football League’s Arizona Rattlers. Soccer fans support the United Soccer League’s Phoenix Rising FC. The area also hosts the Fiesta Bowl, the PGA’s Waste Management Phoenix Open, and NASCAR events. In March, baseball fans can catch some of their favorite stars at Cactus League Spring Training where 15 teams train and play.

Scottsdale Transportation

Scottsdale's free trolley system connects with the Valley Metro's transit system, providing easy access to the greater Phoenix metro area.  Scottsdale Municipal Airport is a single-runway airport located in North Scottsdale used primarily for corporate and transient aviation traffic and is one of the busiest single-runway airports in the country. The closest major airport serving the community is Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, which is located about 14 miles from the center of Scottsdale. 

Scottsdale, Arizona FAQs  

  • What is Scottsdale known for? 
    Scottsdale is internationally known for fine resorts and spas, exceptional restaurants, superior shopping, art galleries, designer golf courses, upscale night clubs, and country club living.  
  • Is it expensive to live in Scottsdale? 
    Scottsdale's housing expenses are 44% higher than the national average and the utility prices are 8% lower than the national average. Transportation expenses like bus fares and gas prices are 2% higher than the national average. Scottsdale has grocery prices that are 5% higher than the national average.
  • What is the nicest area of Scottsdale? 
    North Scottsdale is an ideal area for those who want the finer things in life. It's as good a place for those on their way up as well as for those who've already made it, with a number of impressive neighborhoods that really stand out. ... If you're looking for the best neighborhoods in the Scottsdale area, you'll find them here.
  • What food is Arizona famous for? 
    Arizona’s only official state food is its state fish, the Apache trout. However, the state does have some unofficial state foods, in particular the chimichanga. Chimichangas, otherwise known as deep-fried burritos, are an Arizona favorite that reflects the state’s Mexican-American culture.
  • Does it get cold in Scottsdale AZ? 
    The cool season is from November 20 to February 27, with an average daily high temperature below 73°F. The coldest day of the year is December 28, with an average low of 44°F and a high of 65°F. Scottsdale can get cool at night, but by most American standards, it would never be called cold. 
  • How close is Sedona to Scottsdale?
     2 hr 1 min (124.6 mi) via I-17 S
  • How far is Scottsdale from Phoenix? 
    23 min (13.0 mi) via AZ-202/AZ-202Loop E
  • What drink is Arizona known for?
    Lemonade is officially Arizona's state drink 
  • Which airport do you fly into for Scottsdale AZ? The closest airport to Scottsdale is Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (5.8 mi). Another nearby airport is Phoenix Phoenix-Mesa Gateway (19.71 mi)  

Partner with The Best REALTOR®in Scottsdale - Cathy Carter 

With a commitment to her clients and a passion for real estate, Cathy has been serving Scottsdale home buyers and sellers for over two decades. Known for her friendly personality and positive demeanor, Cathy’s personal approach to the real estate process allows her to connect with her clients and uncover the right homes for them. Cathy is a good listener and will be able to quickly ascertain your needs and wants and have a plan of approach that's based on your specific criteria. 

A down-to-earth person, Cathy is someone you can trust and feel good about working with. Her clients appreciate her honesty and transparency and feel it helps them as they make important real estate decisions. An excellent communicator, Cathy makes herself available to her clients whenever they have questions or concerns and promptly returns any texts, calls, or emails. Her client testimonials speak volumes about her professionalism and care for every detail.  

Having a trusted professional like Cathy by your side means there is one less thing to worry about. She will protect your interests, advocate for you, negotiate on your behalf and do whatever is necessary to ensure the best results possible. To find out more about buying or selling real estate in Scottsdale, please give Cathy Carter a call today at (480) 459-8488 or get in touch by email

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