South Scottsdale is the “heart and soul” of the City of Scottsdale. It the most historically preserved and, at the same time, the most urban area of Scottsdale. South Scottsdale includes the area north of McKellips Road, east of 64th Street, south of Doubletree Ranch Road and west of Pima Road. From McKellips Road to Doubletree Ranch Road you’ll find nearly everything you would find in a major metropolitan city.
Amenities include Old Town Scottsdale with many shops, famous art galleries, night-clubs, and an eclectic assortment of restaurants to suit the tourist and the foodie alike; the City Civic Center and Center for Performing Arts, Desert Botanical Gardens; Fashion Square Mall featuring Nordstrom’s, Neiman-Marcus, Barney’s, Macy’s, Dillard’s and a host of shops that include nearly every major retailer imaginable and a plethora of big-box restaurants. There are plazas residents can walk to near every housing area in South Scottsdale. South Scottsdale has parks galore and is home to a multi-use green belt for hikers and bikers.
South Scottsdale Boutique Shopping is also a well known fact to the Locals.
Homes for sale in South Scottsdale include single and multi-family dwellings, as well as condominiums and town homes. There are historic properties, built in the post-war boom of the 50’s, as well as brand new ultra-modern high-rise condominiums. More than 300 homes built in the postwar era in South Scottsdale are now on the National Historic Register.
South Scottsdale is also know to be the area for Condo’s.
Also, If you are a resident or considering being a resident of South Scottsdale and are in either of the two historic developments, the Town and Country Scottsdale or Village Grove 1-6 neighborhoods, you may be eligible for matching funds for exterior repairs under the Historic Residential Exterior Rehabilitation program or for a Certificate of No Effect or Appropriateness so that you may obtain a building permit for a future home improvement project.