Pinnacle Peak Homes for Sale

11/2/11 -- 103111501pc sr-stateland1105 -- Pinnacle Peak Patio near Pinnacle Peak Park in Scottsdale on Wednesday, November 2, 2011. Michael Schennum/The Republic

Named for its 3,170-ft namesake, Pinnacle Peak, this community is home to native wildlife species including gray fox, desert tortoises, mountain lions, and Gila monsters. Sonoran flora such as palo verde trees, ironwood trees, and ocotillo grace the countryside with their presence.  Gorgeous valley views and near-daily sunshine are only two of the amazing facets of the Pinnacle Peak Area that beckon to people of all ages and backgrounds. Spectacular vistas of Troon Mountains, Pinnacle Peak, and the McDowell Mountains add to the scenic beauty of this master-planned community that lies in the silhouette of one of the most dramatic landscapes featuring regal mountain heights and desert scenery.

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Pinnacle Peak Community Information

Named for its 3,170-ft namesake, Pinnacle Peak, this community is home to native wildlife species including gray fox, desert tortoises, mountain lions, and Gila monsters. Sonoran flora such as palo verde trees, ironwood trees, and ocotillo grace the countryside with their presence.  Gorgeous valley views and near-daily sunshine are only two of the amazing facets of the Pinnacle Peak Area that beckon to people of all ages and backgrounds. Spectacular vistas of Troon Mountains, Pinnacle Peak, and the McDowell Mountains add to the scenic beauty of this master-planned community that lies in the silhouette of one of the most dramatic landscapes featuring regal mountain heights and desert scenery.

The Pinnacle Peak Area features low density with an attractive assortment of gated and non-gated subdivisions and custom-built homes. The variety of styles, including Sante Fe Pueblo and Mediterranean/Mission, provide a refreshing blend of architectural themes to Pinnacle Peak neighborhoods. The community’s closeness to Scottsdale provides ready accessibility to a number of exciting shopping, entertainment, and dining venues. Community facilities provide a place to relax and socialize.

In addition to being a landmark for the area, the assortment of businesses situated at the crossroads of Pima and Pinnacle Peak Roads offers a variety of essential services. While several of the Pinnacle Peak subdivisions have perimeter walls, others do not reflecting flexibility in the design of these North Scottsdale communities. Additionally, newer subdivisions make use of native vegetation for landscaping purposes, while older neighborhoods include lots of Olive, Pine, and Eucalyptus trees in their design.

Pinnacle Peak Area East of Pima, Pinnacle Peak

The Pinnacle Peak area east of Pima is located to the south of Troon and to the north of DC Ranch. Both city light and mountain views are visible from many of the homes in the subdivisions that have been built in this particular area of North Scottsdale. Homes in this area include single-family dwellings, custom-built homes, and luxury homes. Situated nearby to a variety of shopping and dining establishments, Pinnacle Peak subdivisions offer a guard-gated, idyllic setting that offers privacy for residents.

The Pinnacle Peak area east of Pima includes the following subdivisions: Canada Ridge, Canada Vistas, Canyon Heights, Carriage Hills, Desert Village, Lost Canyon, Maka Ina, Mirage Village, Montana Del Tesoro, Pinnacle Peak Circle, Pinnacle Peak Heights, Pinnacle Peak Shadows, Pinnacle Peak Vistas, Pinnacle Place, Prado Estates, Quail’s Nest, Sonoran Highlands, and Non-HOA Pinnacle Peak area. Many of the homes located in these subdivisions offer special features such as separate guest houses, circular drives, gazebos, and garages built for multiple cars.

Pinnacle Peak Road to Deer Valley Road, Pinnacle Peak

Offering graceful elegance and distinctive style along with security and privacy, the Pinnacle Peak area located in between Pinnacle Peak Road and Deer Valley Road provides an exceptional array of homes and an enjoyable lifestyle. Homes in this area range from golf course estates to deluxe condominiums to single-family dwellings to luxury estates.With the Pinnacle Peak Country Club so conveniently located, residents have access to golfing on as many as 300 days of beautiful sunshine. The community pool provides a place to get in a few laps while nearby shopping and dining establishments offer a variety of goods as well as flavorful cuisine. The neighborhood park is private and designed for the residents only.

The Pinnacle Peak area from Pinnacle Peak Road to Deer Valley Road includes the following subdivisions: La Vida, Los Gatos, Pinnacle Peak Country Club, Pinnacle Peak Estates, Sonoran Hills, The Pinnacle, Arizona Silverado, Bella Vista, Village at Sonoran Hills, and Villa Volterra. Some of these Pinnacle Peak subdivisions are gated, while others are not. The Pinnacle Peak Country Club is the first of the subdivisions to have been built in all of the Pinnacle Peak area. This private, gated community sits alongside the Pinnacle Peak Country Club Golf Course.

Pinnacle Peak Road to Happy Valley Road Area, Pinnacle Peak

Surrounded by verdant desert vegetation, properties in the Pinnacle Peak area between Pinnacle Peak Road and Happy Valley Road Area typically offer either glistening city lights views or panoramic mountain views. The area includes community facilities with a heated pool, play pool, and spa.

The Pinnacle Peak area from Pinnacle Peak Road to Happy Valley Road includes the following subdivisions: La Vista, Los Portones, Pinnacle Paradise, Pinnacle Peak Villas, Pinnacle Reserve, Premiere at Pinnacle Peak, Santa Catalina Estates, Talara, Alta Sonora, Desierto Vida, Tierra Bella, Vista Monterey, Ladera at Los Portones, Pinnacle Peak Estates, and Santuario. Some of these communities offer the added security and privacy of being a gated enclave.

From spacious single-family homes to luxury estates, the area of Pinnacle Peak between Pinnacle Peak Road and Happy Valley Road Area features native landscaping, beautiful sunsets, near-perfect weather, and so much more. Many of the homes in this area include one or more of the following special features: circular drive, no interior steps, coffered ceilings, gazebo, great-room floor plan, and/or separate guest house.

Happy Valley Road to Jomax Road Area, Pinnacle Peak

With views of Pinnacle Peak, Scottsdale’s city lights, and rugged mountains in the distance, the area of Pinnacle Peak that exists between Happy Valley Road to Jomax Road provides panoramic beauty for a backdrop to its attractive array of desirable homes. Native vegetation and wildlife are abundant in this area, adding to its picturesque appearance.

The Pinnacle Peak area from Happy Valley Road to Jomax Road includes the following subdivisions: Happy Valley Ranch, Hermosa Heights, Rawhide Estates, Vistana, Bent Tree Desert Estates, Desert Arroyo Estates, and Portales. Several homes, typically equestrian estates, have been built exclusive of area HOAs or Home Owner Associations.

Some of the homes in this section of the Pinnacle Peak community have been designed with special features such as heated pools, spas, play pools, circular drives, separate guest houses, and gazebos. Most include either spectacular views of city lights or nearby mountain ranges. Due to local and nearby community parks, hiking trails, and biking paths, plenty of opportunity exists for daily exercise and outdoor recreation.

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