Small Town Feel with Big Town Amenities
Although many of the original fruit trees have been removed from Arcadia, some orange and date groves still remain and remind residents of the small town, rural roots. With Camelback Mountain to the north and no freeways for miles, traffic remains relatively low and the community enjoys the peacefulness. Although residents can still get to freeways in a matter of minutes and to Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport in only 15 minutes. The community is bikable and encourages that, another rarity in the Phoenix area. It’s not uncommon to see families out for a walk or bike ride on a weekend afternoon. The Arizona Canal provides miles of biking and jogging paths, and bike-friendly restaurants and bars like O.H.S.O. Brewery have even popped up along the canal, providing convenient patio access and lots of bike racks. Other popular hotspots like La Grande Orange and Postino are central to the neighborhood and are easy to ride or walk to from just about anywhere in Arcadia. For more options, Old Town Scottsdale and Biltmore Fashion Park provide exclusive shopping and trendy dining just a few miles away. With the many luxury golf resorts nestled in the foothills of Camelback Mountain and the surrounding area, finding a tee time and a world-class course are never a problem. The Phoenician Resort features 27 holes in rolling foothills, while the Biltmore showcases two championship courses in lush greenery with the picturesque Phoenix Mountains and city as a backdrop.