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Arcadia is a popular Phoenix neighborhood located west of Old Town Scottsdale and South of Paradise Valley. The neighborhood is known for its exquisite homes, tree-lined streets, and numerous shopping and dining options.

Arcadia’s convenient location allows for a short ride to other equally awesome destinations like Old Town Scottsdale, Downtown Phoenix, the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, and the Biltmore Fashion Park.

Real estate in Arcadia

Spacious interiors, large backyards, and gorgeous views of Camelback Mountain are some of the winning features that make homes in Arcadia desirable. Common architectural styles of homes in this neighborhood are in revival, ranch, and Pueblo. Many Arcadia homes have also been built between 1920 to 1950 but still maintain that distinguished essence. This is because these homes have been maintained, updated, and renovated to meet modern standards.

Lifestyle and attractions in Arcadia

  • Dine in style at any of Arcadia’s finest restaurants such as the Buck & Rider, Beckett’s Table, Postino, and Crudo. These restaurants offer gourmet dishes, a wide selection of drinks, and exceptional 5-star service. Other notable restaurants in Arcadia include Chelsea’s Kitchen, a popular neighborhood café with farm-fresh ingredients, and Crujiente Tacos, a sophisticated taqueria.
  • Arcadia is also home to a number of trendy coffee shops. More popular among them are Arcadia Farms Café and Black Cat Coffee House.
  • The proximity of the Camelback Mountain Echo Canyon Recreation Area to Arcadia gives residents plenty of opportunities for hiking, biking, and sightseeing. Thousands of species of plants and flowers can also be seen at the Desert Botanical Garden.

Explore your Arcadia real estate options with Arizona’s number one real estate company, the Carol Royse Team. For more information about Arcadia and other real estate for sale in Phoenix, AZ, get in touch with the team at 480.776.5231 or carol(at)carolroyse(dotted)com.


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