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8608 N 84th Pl, Scottsdale, AZ 85258

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2810 Sq. Ft. per county
3969 Sq. Ft. per county

Las Palomas is a small guard gated community of 141 homes, many of which have recently been sold, listed, and/or remodeled for over One Million Dollars and the numbers keep growing. 

Within this private community you’ll find; 2 swimming pools, hot tub, a dog park, tennis & pickle ball sports courts, life size chess court, ponds, and beautiful BBQ areas, all to be enjoyed year round. 

Come see the quarter of a Million dollar renovation of the pools’ complex with water fountains that are comparable to a five star resort. Also check out the $80,000  waterfalls and pond renovation in 2018 as you enter the gates into the community, beautifully illuminated in the evenings. 

Las Palomas is very social. Social events in the community include a monthly book club, mahjong, ladies lunches, golf tournaments, outdoor parties around the pools and lake and indoor parties held at residents’ homes and more. Take leisurely strolls and bike rides around the community lakes and to some of Scottsdale’s favorite restaurants, wine bars, bakeries and shopping. McCormick Ranch is in a perfect location, with easy access to freeways and close to all that Scottsdale and Paradise Valley have to offer. 

This well cared for townhome has strong bones and a great floor plan with large windows and lots of natural light. Especially inviting is our beautifully landscaped backyard patio, complete with pavers, built in barbecue and fire pit. Move in ready or update to your liking. Welcome home!

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