Bounded by McDonald Drive to the north, Pima Road to the east, McKellips to the south, and 60th Street to the west, Old Town Scottsdale is “the West’s Most Western Town.” With culture, shopping, sports and dining conveniently located within one area, Old Town Scottsdale is one of the most popular parts of Scottsdale as well as the Valley of the Sun.
There is a wide range of residences available in Old Town Scottsdale, including several options for loft style condominiums. The Old Town Scottsdale Waterfront has two 13-story towers with 99 luxury condos, ranging in size from 1,100 square feet to 5,000 square feet. The nearby Portales Place has 126 luxury lofts ranging from 1,600 square feet to over 4,300 square feet. Smaller and less expensive lofts are available at the Third Avenue lofts with 80 lofts ranging from 611 square feet to 3,000 square feet.
Single family residence options are also plentiful in Old Town Scottsdale. The Trails at Scottsdale was developed by Lennar Homes starting in 1983, and offers both patio homes as well as single family homes. Scottsdale Highlands Estates 02 and 03 have approximately 110 single family homes ranging in size from 1,200 square feet to approximately 2,000 square feet. The high end Apache Estates offers luxury single family homes on large lots, with the homes ranging from 3,900 to over 6,000 square feet.
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Golfers may enjoy the condos in the guard-gated Scottsdale Shadows, with its private 9-hole golf course (free to members). A former retirement age community, this resort style community is now open to those of all ages. Other condo communities include the Continental Villas East, Winfield Place and Villas at Bellagio. Other golf courses nearby are the Phoenician Golf Course featuring a 27-hole championship golf course designed by Ted Robinson, Sr. and Homer Flint. Another very affordable option is the Coronado Golf Course, with its 9 holes and lighted driving range. Nearby Scottsdale Stadium is the home to spring training for the San Francisco Giants.
Things To Do: Old Town Scottsdale is a cultural mecca with its dozens of art galleries located downtown. There are hundreds of dining options as well as dozens of nightclubs and bars for those who wish to enjoy the nightlife. Shopping at the high end Scottsdale Fashion Square appeals to every buyer. El Dorado Park and Community Center and Chaparral Park offer numerous athletic fields, walking and bicycle paths and pools.
Schools in Old Town Scottsdale are within the A rated Scottsdale Unified School District and include Yavapai Elementary, Navajo Elementary, Tonalea Elementary, Mohave Middle School, Supai Middle School, and Coronado High School.