The North Central part of Phoenix offers a great deal to residents. There is easy access to major freeways. By definition is it “central” — so no trekking across the Valley is required. Shopping, golf, medical facilities, restaurants, and more are readily available and easily accessible.
Many homes in the area are a little older, but they retain their charm and uniqueness as opposed to row after row of stucco and tile roofs as is so often found in newer subdivisions sprawled across the Valley. Some parts of north central Phoenix, particularly surrounding the Tatum and Shea area, offer large lots, mature trees and no home owner’s associations (HOAs). Try finding that in new-development suburbia! Pride of ownership abounds. That’s quite the appealing combination of factors to a lot of folks considering where to buy Phoenix real estate.
We’ve recently listed a fabulous home in the area. Take a peek at TatumAndShea.com for photos and information.
You could be enjoying this pool-side view soon…
Barry in Scottsdale says
Nice listing Jay. I live a couple of miles away from the home. It's a great choice for those that don't want to pay Scottsdale prices, but still want to be where the action is so to speak. You also get the benefit of Phoenix taxes and I believe that home feeds into Chaparral High School which has one of the best baseball and golf programs in the state. Tons of college and pro scouts turn out for their baseball games.
It's near the 51,101, Paradise Valley, Scottsdale, Desert Ridge etc…. That home is going to make someone really happy.
Good luck on the sale!
Mackenzie Rae Knapp says
Here is a property near Glendale & 12th, follow the link and let me know what you think of this exquisite location…
Jay's Note: Comment deleted. I don't like doing it, but honestly, think about it. A Phoenix agent comes on my blog and posts a comment advertising her listing.
Something is just not right about that…
Jay - The Phoenix Re says
As you can see, I edited your comment above, and then deleted the next one entirely. It's a violation of our comment policy to post blatant advertising.
I wish you the utmost success in selling your listing, but advertising it on my blog, much less on a post where I discuss one of my own listings, really isn't appropriate do you think?