Learn More About Paradise Valley, Arizona
Currently there are 150 homes for sale, 17 condos and apartments for sale, 42 vacant land for sale and 4 townhomes for sale in Paradise Valley
Background, General Information and Weather in Paradise Valley, Arizona –
Paradise Valley is a very small town found in Maricopa County, Arizona. This town is often confused with Paradise Valley Village with is in Northeast Phoenix. This portion of Arizona is known for its golf courses and sprawling restaurant and shopping scene. It is also very well known for its gorgeous real estate. One of the most interesting facts about Paradise Valley is that it is the wealthiest municipality in all of Arizona. Even though Paradise Valley is rather small in size and population there are eight full service resorts here. These resorts help make Paradise Valley one of the most premier tourist destinations in all of Arizona. According to the 2010 census, the population here at that time was 12,820. Fast forward to 2016 when a non-census related poll was taken that showed that the population here had grown slightly to 14,355 residents. According to the United States Census Bureau, Paradise Valley is a total of 15.5 square miles in size with all that being land and virtually no surrounding bodies of water. When it comes to the climate here in Paradise Valley it falls under what is known as “Mid-Latitude Steppe and Desert Climate.” This means that the summer months are going to be very hot and dry whereas the winters months will be cool and comfortable. It is also mostly clear year-round but the temperatures here can vary greatly. There have been times during the winter months when the temperature has fallen to 37 degrees. The summer months can sometimes see temperatures soar to more than 110 due to the heat index. The hot season here lasts for a little less than four months. From the very end of May until almost the end of September the daily average high is a staggering 97 degrees. The low for this time comes in around 82 degrees. Even though the temperatures can skyrocket to close to 100 degrees the air will feel very dry with virtually no humidity which often makes it feel significantly hotter. The hottest time here is in mid-July. The cool season on the other hand lasts for a little more than three months. From the end of November until the end of February the daily average high is a very comfortable 73 degrees. The low for this time comes in around 44 degrees. The coolest time here is during the month of December. Paradise Valley only receives 10 inches of rain per year or less. This is since Paradise Valley is located in a desert climate. You won’t see any snow here at all even though temperatures can sometimes dip down into the low 30’s.
Education in Paradise Valley –
Residents who live here in Paradise Valley will send their children to the Scottsdale Unified School District. This school district serves most of Scottsdale as well as most of Paradise Valley and portions of Phoenix and Tempe. The district has a range of more than 112 square miles making it one of the largest school districts in Arizona. There are more than 27,000 students and close to 3,000 employees. There are sixteen elementary schools, four kindergarten through eighth grade schools, five middle schools, five high schools and one alternative school.
Major Employers in the area –
Paradise Valley is relatively small in size, so the economy relies heavily on the large number of resorts here. According to a Comprehensive Annual Financial Report from 2014 the largest employers here in Paradise Valley are as follows. Camelback Inn is the largest employer with a little more than 600 employees. Omni Scottsdale Resort and Spa at Montelucia comes in second with roughly 360 employees. The Scottsdale Plaza Resort comes in third with 330 employees. The Sanctuary on Camelback comes in fourth with a little more than 300 employees. The DoubleTree Resort by Hilton Hotel Paradise Valley, Phoenix Country Day School, Paradise Valley Country Club and Hermosa all have less than 200 employees each. Finally, the Town of Paradise Valley has just about 80 employees.
Scottsdale Marketplace –
Looking for a fun place to shop here in Paradise Valley? Look no further than the Scottsdale Marketplace. This marketplace is home to various antiques, home décor and so much more. This multi-vendor shop has close to 40 individual shop owners. They are divided up by showrooms. In each showroom you will find different collections by various artists. This is the go-to place if you are looking for some antiquing on a Saturday afternoon. If you are thinking of making the move to Arizona, make sure you check out Paradise Valley. You will not be disappointed!
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Currently Paradise Valley has 213 properties on the market for sale. The inventory was last updated 10/23/2021. Of these properties, 150 single family homes are for sale by their owners in Paradise Valley, and 17 condos are for sale by their owners in Paradise Valley. The average price of the single family homes for sale in Paradise Valley, is $3,543,004, the average condo price in Paradise Valley, is $2,793,061. The average price per square foot of the active inventory is $519. This is based the living area square footage.
Over the last year, there have been 4,442 of properties sold in Paradise Valley. Of these properties, 3,339 single family homes have sold by their owners in Paradise Valley, and 461 condos have sold by their owners in Paradise Valley. The average sales price of the single family homes sold in Paradise Valley, is $2,444,841. Single family homes have been selling for 428 per square foot of living area. The average sales price of the condos for sale in Paradise Valley, is $1,843,368. Condos have been selling for 419 per square foot of living area.
The most active subdivisions with listings for sale in Paradise Valley, are:
Clearwater Hills 2 Private Roads (6 For Sale),
Tierra Feliz North Unit 2 (4 For Sale),
Joshua Tree Condominiums (3 For Sale),
Villas At Mountain Shadows 2 Condominiums 2 (3 For Sale),
Mountain Shadows Resort - Condominium Hotel (3 For Sale),
Stoneview (3 For Sale),
Sunset Hills Lot 21 37 & Tr A, B (3 For Sale),
Clearwater Hills (3 For Sale),
Mummy Mt Park Lots 32 40, 74 91 & Tr A (3 For Sale),
Firebrand Ranch (2 For Sale)
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This data up-to-date as of 10/23/2021