Scottsdale Ranch: Scottsdale, Arizona Neighborhood


Scottsdale Ranch community is a 1,10 acre progressive residential community with a population of just over 5,500. It’s located in Scottsdale near Lake Serena, est of McCormick Ranch. Neighborhoods are diverse and offer homebuyers a wide variety of potential home styles, including rare waterfront homes, townhomes, private patio homes, tennis villas and single family homes. Only resale homes are available. Many communities are gated and offer other luxury features.

scottsdale_ranch_givepad_Givepad_Scottsdale_Arizona_Philanthropic_Real_Estate_CompanyThis community features its own 42 acre lake called Lake Serena which sits in the backdrop of the beautiful McDowell Mountains, and offers boating and fishing enthusiasts a chance to enjoy their hobbies in the middle of the desert. There is 5 miles of shoreline for residents to enjoy on a beautiful sunny afternoon. Residents can even use their own watercraft on the lake. The community association offers pontoon boat rides and guided lake tours for a small fee.

scottsdale_ranch_home__Givepad_Scottsdale_Arizona_Philanthropic_Real_Estate_CompanyScottsdale Ranch Park is on the perimeter of this community. This 42 acre park offers residents a chance to play on one of the 18 tennis courts, 4 racquetball courts, 1 squash court, 2 basketball courts, and 6 sand volleyball courts. The park also includes  the Desert Garden Park with sanctuaries for creatures like bats and hummingbirds. Many Scottsdale golf courses, horse paths, and bike trails wind around the neighborhood, giving residents access to the community amenities. Shopping, banking, and fine dining can be found nearby in the center of Scottsdale.



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