Old Town Scottsdale

  • 6537 E EXETER Boulevard, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    $5,900,000
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  • 6320 E EXETER Boulevard, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    $4,350,000
    8 6
  • 6921 E 1ST Street, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    $4,249,788
    5 3
  • 4229 N 66TH Street, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    $3,750,000
    7 5
  • 6319 E CALLE DEL NORTE Street, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    $3,650,000
    6 5
  • 6933 E 1ST Street #A, Scottsdale, AZ 85251
    $3,625,000
    5 3
  • Location
  • Overview of Old Town Scottsdale

Bordered by Phoenix, Paradise Valley, and Carefree—where else can you find names that inspire reinvention and renewed purpose? Come to the heart of Scottsdale and be surrounded by it! The city of Scottsdale, identified as one of Arizona’s healthiest cities and named one of America’s Most Livable Cities, was founded in 1894 and chartered in 1951. As a vacation destination, the New York Times calls Scottsdale the “desert version of Miami’s South Beach”.

If you’re looking for a home for sale in Old Town Scottsdale, you just might have perfect taste. Whether you’re into shopping or golf, Old Town Scottsdale offers the best in entertainment. Talking Stick’s Golf Courses—the Piipaash and O’odham—are a great way to take in the beauty of nature. And if cultivated beauty is more to your liking, you’ll find boutiques and anchors to suit your style whether you shop at Scottsdale Fashion Square or the Waterfront. Whether you’d rather spend a Thursday strolling through the Scottsdale ArtWalk or roll the dice at Talking Stick Casino, a home in Old Town Scottsdale provides a central location for your ideal lifestyle. And nobody wants to miss out on Spring Training!

We know great local schools are an important consideration when you’re looking for the right location, location, location. Public schools in Scottsdale are operated by Scottsdale Unified School District and Paradise Valley Unified School District. Supplement the kids’ education with a visit to one of Scottsdale’s five Public Libraries, but your best bet is to stay right in Old Town with a visit to the city’s biggest, at Civic Center Plaza.

Cradled in an old citrus grove that straddles the Scottsdale-Phoenix border, Arcadia is a cool neighborhood known for its hot real estate market. With large lots, lush greenery, and a rich cultural life, Arcadia is popular with everyone: golfers, shoppers, foodies, cyclists, and hikers. If a High-Rise Condo sounds like home to you, there’s no finer place in the Valley of the Sun than the Scottsdale Waterfront. Rising above the bustle of Old Town, and decked in private patios perfect for taking in the views, Scottsdale Waterfront Condos offer food & shopping for everyone. Old Town Scottsdale’s Entertainment District is right around the corner from Old Town Scottsdale, so there’s always plenty of accommodations to choose from for folks that come visit from out of town.