North Mountain Village has a variety of neighborhoods and properties. Homes range from older traditional along the Central Avenue corridor to newer properties in the foothills of the Phoenix Mountain Preserve to suburban neighborhoods in the western sections of the village. The diversity spreads from the more affluent properties in the Moon Valley neighborhood to the more affordable family homes in the Sunnyslope neighborhood. Close proximity to outdoor recreational areas are benefits to living in this village. Both the Phoenix Mountain Preserve and the Cave Creek Recreational Area are located within the North Mountain Village. Access to Arizona State University West is another feature of this area. The borders of North Mountain Village are 51st Avenue to Acoma Drive to 39th Avenue to Greenway Road/Parkway to 16th Street (extended) to Cactus Road and through the mountains to Northern Avenue.
Camelback East Village offers a variety of properties and neighborhoods. Most of the new homes in the area were built between 1950 and 1970. Prospective residents will find quiet neighborhoods. Living options range from single family properties to condominiums. Large new homes and estates are also located in Camelback East Village.
this village has several notable local attractions that have made it a popular place to live. Children love the opportunity to visit the nearby Phoenix Zoo and Desert Botanical Gardens. Families enjoy taking in a spring training game at the Papago Baseball Facility located within Camelback East Village.
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However, two of the most popular attractions are Papago and Piestewa Peak (Squaw Peak) Mountain Parks. Each park draws visitors for a variety of reasons. Over 900 acres make up Papago Park. The park has an 18-hole golf course, fishing, and hiking. Piestewa Peak (Squaw Peak) Mountain Park has popular hiking trails and picnic armadas.