]This is the complete list for the current homes for sale in Retreat at 100 Hills in McDowell Mountain Ranch. Depending on what is listed in the neighborhood there may not be anything listing for sale in the neighborhood. So please bookmark and check back soon.
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If you are looking for the most up to date list of homes for sale in McDowell Mountain Ranch, you may want to bookmark this page. McDowell Mountain Ranch is one of North Scottsdale’s premiere master planned communities. It boasts miles of walking paths and a spectacular community pool and recreation area. Definitely some of the best mountain biking in the state. It is nestled next to the McDowell Mountain Preserve. If you see anything you like, give me a call.
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Rare opportunity to purchase a pristine 4-Plex in the heart of the BOOMING ARCADIA AREA! The main home has 2 bedrooms with 2 baths and the remaining 3 units have 2 bedrooms and 1 bathroom each!
Amenities: Covered carport parking, on-site coin-op laundry, separate storage areas for each unit, refrigerators & range/ovens in each unit, all electric – individually metered, Large grounds and courtyard area! A beautifully quiet neighborhood in a fantastic location with great Tenants! ***PLEASE DO NOT DISTURB TENANTS***
- Total # of Units: 4
- # of Buildings: 2
- Lot Size Dimensions: 100 x 130
- Covered Parking Spaces: 4
- Total Parking Spaces: 6
- Uncovered Parking Spaces: 2
- Year Built: 1965
- Zoning: M-M Multi-Family
- Add’l Parcels: No
- Other Type: House + Rental Units
- Subdivision: Pasadena Tract
For more information on this listing or any other listing on my site, please fill out the form below or give me a call at 602-361-6047.
If you are looking to buy a home, you might be wondering whether you should be looking for properties that are right in the center of the city or whether a better option would be to buy a property on the outskirts or in a rural area a short drive away.
The rural or urban decision will ultimately be up to you, as there are advantages and disadvantages to either option. The main difference will lie in your priorities – what type of lifestyle is most important to you?
Living In The City
One of the main perks of buying a property that is located in the heart of the city is that you will be able to enjoy convenient public transportation and you won’t have to use a car to get everywhere.
You are likely to have a shopping center and a supermarket within walking distance of your home, as well as other important amenities such as a doctor’s office, a pharmacy, a post office and more.
Also, if you enjoy attending concerts, visiting art galleries or enjoying other artistic events, you will find much more of these concentrated in the city center. You will also enjoy more options when it comes to shopping.
Of course, living in the city center means that property prices are usually a lot higher and you will likely end up with a lot less space for your money. Your kids might not have as much room to run around (unless you find a home near an urban park or a playground). Also, the hectic pace of the city, with all the traffic and high rise buildings, can be stressful for some.
Living Outside Of The City
When you buy a home just a few miles outside of the city, you will find yourself experiencing a completely different lifestyle. You will be a lot closer to nature, with plenty of walking trails and wild areas right outside your back door. The air will be cleaner and you will be able to see the stars better at night time.
Many people feel safer letting their children play outside in the countryside and the cost of housing is usually lower than in the high density downtown core. Some people also prefer the peace and quiet of the city and would much rather go for a walk in the woods or have a campfire than attend a cultural event – so the country is the right place for them.
Of course, the disadvantages of rural life is that it can be inconvenient and time consuming to drive into town to get supplies to meet up with friends. You must own a car in order to get around, as the public transport system will not be as good as it is in the inner city.
These are just a few factors to consider when determining whether you would choose the city life or the country life.
For more information on buying a home, whether in the heart of the city or on the outskirts, contact your trusted real estate professional.