The Condo Mania Team
Easy Living Meets Luxury at Mountain Shadows
published on 2018-01-06
In case you haven't noticed, low-rise luxury condos have taken a step up in quality in the last year, with the introduction of communities like Enclave at Borgata and Icon at Silverleaf. Yes, Scottsdale has had a full featured selection of luxury highrises for several years now, that rival any metropolitan area. But not everyone wants a high density lifestyle, especially down-sizers who still count a garage as a necessity. Enter the Villas at Mountain Shadows, a new collection of two-story buildings with mostly single-story living (second floor condos have stairs and an elevator to all the living space on the second level). Located in Paradise Valley, which is wedged in between Phoenix and Scottsdale, this luxury development consists of both condos and single family residences.
Here are some notable features of the Villas At Mountain Shadows:
Lots of Room in the Living Space
The Villas aren't tiny condos. The Residence One floorplan is 2501 square feet and the Residence 2 floorplan is a house-sized 3615 square feet. But in both floorplans, the living space (living room, dining room, kitchen) is all open, with wall-to-wall windows opening up to the balcony. The kitchen has an island with additional seating.
Mountain Shadows Villas have very large walk-in closets, ready to be built out to your specifications. If you're downsizing from a large home, this space should put you at ease when you wonder where you're going to put everything.
Spacious Patios or Balconies and Mountain Views
Select villas on the second floor have Camelback Mountain, Mummy Mountain, or golf course views. First floor condos have enough space to plant a garden, add a spa, and have an ample dining area. 9 ft bi-fold doors open up to the outdoors, creating a seamless transition.
And All this Extra Stuff
Residents of the Villas at Mountain Shadows have access to the adjacent Mountain Shadows Resort, with pool, workout room and restaurant. And of course there is the Mountain Shadows Par-3 golf course, with more spectacular views of the desert and mountains.
Are the Mountain Shadows Villas for you? We can help you determine if this is the right place for you, and represent you in your purchase if it is - just contact us before you visit the models for representation at no extra cost to you.
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In 1889, surveyors of the Rio Verde Canal Company fell in love with the pristine beauty of the Sonoran Desert that featured the McDowell Mountains to the east and Camelback Mountain to the south. They named it Paradise Valley. Paradise Valley is adjacent to Scottsdale, and many of the condo communities you see here have a Paradise Valley address but are actually located in Scottsdale and taxed as such.
The Villas at Mountain Shadows are single level condo living at its finest. These first or second floor condos have an open floorplan with massive sliding doors seamlessly letting the outdoors flow in. The kitchen has high end appliances from Wolf and Subzero, and casual meals can take place on the central island.
- Plan 1: 2501 sqft, 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, 2 car garage
- Plan 2: 3615 sqft, 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, 2 car garage
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Last Updated: 2022-01-25 06:58:38