Phoenix Mountain Preserve Homes
Focusing on homes with a mountain view or even better, backing to a bit of the Phoenix Mountains Preserve brings a view of an extremely popular area of neighborhoods within 85028. These neighborhood areas have become popular basically because there is so little available to build on. Some areas are becoming more valuable for the lot than the older home that has been standing since the 1970’s. Many homes are block constructed and have been remodeled with great time and expense involved in the project. The lots are not postage stamp sized with some being large enough to add a third car garage, an extra bedroom or even a casita. There are still some modestly priced homes in the areas that can be purchased and brought up to surrounding improved home values. Those “good deals” are becoming few and far between. Larger custom homes can be found with more recent builds. What a great bundle of benefits to be had in this location! Locals say they are “12 to 15 minutes from Sky Harbor Airport” and downtown office buildings. Traffic is not bad from the 32nd street entrance to State 51 which is the direct route home owners would take to reach their downtown offices.
Although surrounded by civilization, the Phoenix Mountains Preserve provides a variety of hikes with amazing city views and secluded valleys. Hiking, biking, horse riding and dog walking can be done on miles of pristine Sonoran desert trails. The preserve incorporates several parks and peaks including Lookout Mountain, Shadow Mountain, and North Mountain Park, which provides access to Shaw Butte and North Mountain. The Phoenix Mountain Park and Recreation Area surround the base of 2,608 foot Piestewa Peak. Hikers can also access Camelback Mountain, the preserve’s highest summit, from the Echo Canyon Recreation Area or Cholla Trailhead.
Please be sure to call the Ken and Sharon Lloyd Team to make your search in the Phoenix Mountain Preserve mountain view areas a great experience. They have been selling homes in Phoenix Mountains Preserve area since 1989.
The Phoenix Mountain Preserve
This aerial is of the Trail 100 well-used trailhead and hiking area as seen by Phoenix Mountain Preserve mountain lovers in the 34th to 28th Street area of Trail 100. Users of this wonderful part of the 11 mile stretch from East (Tatum trailhead) to West – a Trail head in a public park at North Mountain can be seen nearly year round enjoying the average to not-so-easy exercise.
The Phoenix Mountain Preserve Area
Ken and Sharon have been specializing in the Phoenix Mountain Preserve Area for many years. Below is a map showing all the homes they have sold in that area over the years. To view each home click on one of the markers or click the box in the upper left corner of the map to see a list of all homes they’ve sold there.