If you're looking for a newer home in the Arcadia area, you'll want to know all about this home. It was built in 2012 and is what most remodels in Arcadia strive for- simple elegance via timeless, modern finishes. It has tons of room for the whole family with 5BR, each with a private bath and most with a walk-in closet & organizers, 2 powder rooms, a bonus room and a 3-car garage- a rarity by Arcadia standards. The open, great room floorplan is casual enough for everyday life and gatherings with family and friends. Inside, the finishes are consistent throughout- inset custom cabinetry, wide, matte-finish oak planks, plantation shutters and Carerra marble throughout.
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Out back, the covered patio has retractable awnings that keep it cool (and or dry, when the need arises) and is wired for cable & electric for your TV & audio setup. There’s a built in BBQ with a gas stub and room for a playset, veggie garden, a fire pit, etc. There’s even the cutest little swing hanging from a tree branch. The neighborhood is a mix of families and professionals and over the last few years, a few other new-builds & remodels have gone in. The view of Camelback Mountain from the front porch is stunning and the perfect spot to enjoy a glass of wine at the end of the day.
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Arcadia is THE place to be in Metro Phoenix. It’s central location and access to the areas most desirable shopping, dining, schools, business hubs, airports, etc. is one of the most established in the valley and is likely what caused Arcadia Proper (from 44th St east to 68th St, from Camelback Rd south to Indian School Rd.) to be the most expensive neighborhood in the Valley, recently eclipsing the town of Paradise Valley. As with most homes in Arcadia, catch this one while you can!
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