Troon North homeowners aren’t just fortunate to live in the exclusive North Scottsdale master-planned communities because they’re surrounded by striking luxury homes scattered throughout the 1,800 acres of cactus and verdant vegetation. They’re also lucky because Troon North is located right near Pinnacle Peak, the soaring iconic local landmark that rises high above the desert floor.
Located right near Pinnacle Peak, the steady market of Troon North means homeowners are an eclectic mix of first-time and seasoned buyers, full-time and seasonal residents, and individuals who are at every possible station in life.
Residents are comprised of an eclectic mix of first-time buyers to empty-nesters.all can appreciate not only the surrounding natural beauty, but also the area’s retail establishments and many trailheads and parks, including George “Doc” Cavalliere Park, Pinnacle Peak Park and the four-acre Troon North community park, open only to residents.
Homebuyers have plenty of choice at Troon North. There are lock-and-leave condos, townhomes and single-family homes, as well as gated and non-gated communities. Home prices start around the $400,000s and can run up into the multi-millions. Many of the homes back up to, or are located close to, the two expert-level courses that are the stars of Troon North Golf Club, which is also host to a grill, pro shop and catering services. And don’t discount the visual impact these courses have on the landscape: the vibrant greens are a stunning backdrop to the Sonoran desert’s varied earth-tones.
While some golf-related properties have struggled to survive in recent times, Troon North appears to be holding its own and remaining steady both in terms of average listing prices and median sales prices. The area continues to be very popular with seasonal visitors as well as anyone with a passion for golf.
The Monument and Pinnacle championship golf courses may be the two biggest reasons residents choose Troon North. These extraordinarily well-maintained, award-winning, 18-hole championship courses are popular challenges for golfers from around the world. The “sister” courses are both par-72 and make the most of the area’s stunning saguaro- and boulder-studded scenery and natural washes. Tom Weiskopf designed the Pinnacle course and both he and course designer Jay Morrish created the Monument course.
What’s not to love about a postcard-perfect view out your window? North Scottsdale’s panoramic desert views and sumptuous residential communities are easy to look at all day — and all night long. Just wait until the sun sets and the Valley floor below alights with a million twinkling lights.
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