Troon North Scottsale Homes For Sale
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Troon North Homes for sale and Incredible Golf is a gem in the high desert of Scottsdale.
Troon North Community
Troon North is an 1,800-acre master-planned community in prestigious North Scottsdale. Located along Dynamite Boulevard, east of Pima Road, in the foothills north of Pinnacle Peak Mountain. This community enjoys a dymanic desert landscape – undulating geography, amongst high granite boulders, desert arroyos, and stands of ancient saguaros. Residential Subdivisions are designed around two championship golf courses by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish.
Troon North is considered one of Arizona’s finest golf communities. Membership to this semi-private club is available to property owners only.
Development began in 1989 and continues today. Custom lots are still available. Types of property include condominiums, townhomes, tract homes, semi-custom homes, and custom estate. All but a few subdividions are gated. Most homes have mountain and/or city light views.
George “Doc” Cavalliere Park (formerly Troon North Park)
The park is named after one of Scottsdale’s first council members, who ran Reata Pass Steakhouse and Greasewood Flat tavern. Cavalliere, who operated his family’s downtown blacksmith shop for 50 years, died in 2009 at age 92.
The 34 acres Park includes a large turf area where most people gathered. There is also 4 lighted basketball courts, a covered sandy playground that has lots of equipment, and bathrooms of course. The trail loops around the hill on the back (East side) of the park. It offers some great views of the McDowell Mountains, Pinnacle Peak, and view down to the Valley of the Sun. There are 2 well situated rest areas with a bench and wonderful views. Lots of Saguaros on this hill.
Troon North Park is the northernmost park in Scottsdale. Unlike Pinnacle Peak Park, dogs are allowed in this Park. Judging by the activity on opening day, the Park will be very popular. This is a great outdoor setting with the beauty of the Sonoran Desert. It will surely be a favorite place for neighborhood gatherings.
Brown’s Ranch Trailhead (future)
Brown’s Ranch trailhead, scheduled to open in 2012, will access a network of multiple-use trails that meander through the city’s northernmost preserve. The planned parking and other amenities will enhance public access into the city’s 18,000-acre McDowell Sonoran Preserve.
The Brown’s Ranch Trailhead will be located in the northern region of the City of Scottsdale’s McDowell Sonoran Preserve, approximately one and a quarter miles north of the intersection of Alma School Parkway and Dynamite Boulevard.
The project calls for 200 parking spaces, 12 horse trailer spaces, restrooms, seating areas, educational displays and signs along trails
Subdivisions in the Troon North area include: