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Set against the backdrop of a scenic desert landscape is Scottsdale, the capital of Phoenix, located in the East of Arizona. This sunny city is the perfect place to settle down with its booming economy, a plethora of attractions, abundance of outdoor activities, and modern architecture.

Although the city’s pre-European history was bleak, it was in the 1900s when its agricultural potential was realized. After the world wars, the town expanded and developed into the sixth-largest city in the nation.

Today, Scottsdale is a hotspot for public art and is an architectural mecca that draws in tourists worldwide. The emergence of new businesses in the business district has contributed to its popularity, and the city is still a paradise for golfers and spa enthusiasts.


Most Scottsdale and east Phoenix are served by the Scottsdale Unified School District (SUSD) with more than ten different elementary schools, with some of the best being Cherokee, Desert, and Anasazi.

Your K-8 options in the district include Echo Canyon, Tonalea, Copper, and Cheyenne. More than five middle schools are located in the district and are Cocopah, Desert, Ingleside, Mohave, and Mountainside.

While the original high school ceased operating in 1983, there are still six choices in this district, such as Arcadia High School, Coronado, and Saguaro High.

The second district, Paradise Valley Unified School District (PVUSD), offers more than 40 different schools and seven high schools that serve north Scottsdale and northeast Phoenix.

There are plenty of further educational opportunities in the nearby city of Phoenix if your student is looking for universities and colleges.

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Scottsdale experiences an arid climate that comprises mild and pleasant winter, with dry and hot summers. As the sunniest city in the world, there are 299 sunny days throughout the year, which is ideal for exploring the outdoors, right out of your backyard.

June and August are the least comfortable months in the city, with temperatures of 104 degrees Fahrenheit. Winter lows in the city drop to 42 degrees in December and January when cool and pleasant weather sets. However, there are no signs of snowfall at all.

April and November are the most pleasant months here, and there are 11 inches of rain that occurs in April and May.

Public Transportation

The Valley Metro Service provides public transit throughout Phoenix and Scottsdale. Apart from this, the Scottsdale trolley also circulates throughout rural neighborhoods with trolley replicas that provide free transit within the city’s bounds.

The Downtown Trolley moves throughout Scottsdale to the surrounding neighborhoods before heading back to Downtown Scottsdale.

If you’re looking for the nearest airport, the Scottsdale Municipal Airport is located in north Scottsdale, providing general and corporate aviation.

The Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is located in the heart of Phoenix, while the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport is in Mesa.

Living in Scottsdale

Spanning over 184.44 square miles, Scottsdale is home to more than 258,069 residents that live in the beautiful suburbs, with a low crime rate and access to the best schools and career opportunities.

Scottsdale is one of the top cities offering excellent employment opportunities that begin with salaries that are higher than the national average. Most career opportunities here include tourism, aviation, and healthcare.

There are so many neighborhoods awaiting you in Scottsdale that suit every lifestyle. Some of the most popular neighborhoods include Gainey Ranch, the perfect place to start a family, and downtown Scottsdale, with a bustling nightlife and excellent dining and shopping facilities.

The median home value here is $459,228, while the average rent is $1,102, with more than 60 percent of people owning their homes.

Things to Do in the City

Scottsdale is the ideal place to be if you’re looking to become one with nature. Picturesque scenery awaits you at Camelback Mountain, where you can go hiking, trekking, biking, and camping.

Restaurants are aplenty, and you can indulge in delicious local and international cuisine regardless of what you’re in the mood for.

Apart from its many iconic golf courses and spa resorts, many festivals occur throughout the year. The Scottsdale Art Festival combines the best of art, culture, music, and delicious food. Plenty of fun games are also held here, inclusive of a premium scavenger hunt.

Culinary festivals, taco festivals, and balloon festivals are just some of the many treats in store for you when you’re in Scottsdale.

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Your real estate agent is the best source of information about the local community and real estate topics. Call The Lott Group at 623-313-1158 to learn more about the local areas. Call us to discuss selling a house or a home mortgage or tour available homes for sale.

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