If you travel in Phoenix between 24th and 32nd street, north of Camelback Road, you will run into the famous Biltmore Estates neighborhood. This neighborhood actually dates back to the late 1920s when renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed and built Biltmore's hotel and golf course. Since then it has grown into a thriving, eclectic neighborhood that features an interesting combination of luxurious villas, high-rise condominiums and sprawling, estate-sized single family homes.
The world famous Arizona Biltmore Hotel continues to serve as the primary anchor for the neighborhood, however. Likewise, Biltmore Estates now has two championship 18-hole golf courses.
As one of Phoenix's most famous neighborhoods, Biltmore Estates offers premium conveniences and luxuries that are the envy of homeowners throughout the area. People who live here are fortunate to have upscale dining, retail shops, cafes and entertainment venues mere yards from their front doorsteps. They enjoy the best of what Phoenix's healthy economy has to offer without having to drive or walk very far from home.
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Given the exclusivity of this upscale neighborhood, it is little wonder that the prices for homes in Biltmore Estates is higher than other home prices found in the area. Condominiums can sell for around $350,000 while single family homes can sell for upwards of $2 million.
The typical single family home for sale in Biltmore Estates comes with three to four bedrooms, at the very least, and at least three bathrooms. It also has a two or three car garage, as well as succulent and desert rock landscaping and stucco roofing.
Further, it offers more than 5000 square feet of living space and sits on a quarter to whole acre lot. Buyers who shop for homes in Biltmore Estates will likewise find interior features like:
Additionally, the homes for sale in Biltmore Estates have expansive enclosed backyards that come with covered patios or terraces. Many backyards also have built-in swimming pools, fire pits and barbecue or grill areas.
Everyday life in Biltmore Estates falls to the Arizona Biltmore Estates Village Association, or ABEVA. This HOA comprises of a nine-member board of directors, four of whom serve as president, vice-president, treasurer and secretary of the board. The nine members host monthly meetings that are held on the third Monday.
People in the Biltmore Estates community are welcome to attend the HOA meetings. However, if they cannot, they can always find minutes from the meetings on the ABEVA website.
The ABEVA board of directors also enforce the governing documents that stipulate the daily function, safety and beauty of the Biltmore Estates neighborhood. It maintains a patrol that ensures that homeowners' properties and families are protected day and night. It publishes the patrol's incidence reports on the ABEVA website for residents' convenience.
Finally, the ABEVA board of directors collects monthly dues from homeowners in Biltmore Estates. The funds that are gathered from homeowners' dues are used to maintain, install, repair and replace shared community amenities. The money is also used to some extent to upkeep and repair sidewalks, roads, fencing, and other elements of the infrastructure within the Biltmore community.
The premier amenity found within the Biltmore Estates neighborhood is its eponymous hotel and resort. This hotel offers premium amenities, including its Tierra Luna Spa. The spa offers services that are designed to enhance and maintain one's overall wellness and include facials, massages and other body treatments.
The Arizona Biltmore Hotel likewise offers numerous onsite restaurants and bars. Frank & Albert's restaurant, for example, offers American cuisine in a comfortable and relaxed setting. It is available to both hotel patrons, as well as homeowners who live in Biltmore Estates.
After a busy day at work or during a long weekend, Biltmore Estates residents can also gather with neighbors and friends at the hotel's The Spire Bar. This bar offers a wide variety of cocktails and beers. It also offers light fare. The settings in the bar include fire and water features, as well as a 30-foot spire that pays tribute to the hotel's creator, Frank Lloyd Wright.
Finally, the Arizona Biltmore Hotel will soon have a new restaurant that features Latin cuisine. It will be named Renata's Heart and offer fare like specialty tequila, as well as authentic South American mezcals. The chefs will also use authentic ingredients that come straight from Central and South American countries.
Parents who live in Biltmore Heights have a variety of schools to choose from for their children. One of the most popular schools, however, is Biltmore Preparatory Academy, which is a public school that serves kindergarten through eighth grade students.
Nationally, this school receives an overall grade of B for the quality of its education, teachers and extracurricular programs. It get a grade of B for academics and an A-minus for both the quality of teachers and diversity in the school.
Biltmore Preparatory Academy has a student population of 616 students and a student-to-teacher ratio of 17:1, which is just slightly higher than the national average of 16:1. More than 53 percent of its students meet proficiency standards for subjects like reading and mathematics.
Other schools aside from Biltmore Preparatory Academy close to this neighborhood include Madison Heights Elementary School, Madison Rose Lane School, North High School and Camelback High School. The area is served by the Creighton Elementary School District, Madison Elementary District and Phoenix Union High School District, all of which receive high marks for academic excellence.