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Living in Ahwatukee

Phoenix AZ

Ahwatukee, an urban village of the city of Phoenix offers a small town vibe with the benefits of a big city. Geographically set apart from the rest of metro Phoenix by South Mountain Park, Ahwatukee has become a close knit community with top schools and quality homes in master planned communities.

Cynthia has lived and worked for the last 27 years in Ahwatukee, in the magic zip codes 85044, 85045 and  85048.

Initially considered of little value a portion of the land was used by International Harvester as a proving grounds for earth-moving equipment from 1947-1983. The roads created by the earth moving equipment on the sides of South Mountain and foothills in Ahwatukee are today gated communities and custom home sites with spectacular mountain and skyline views.

Just minutes from the Phoenix International Airport and downtown Phoenix Ahwatukee residents enjoy the many cultural, professional and leisure activities offers by the greater metro Phoenix area.

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Tempe Arizona Living

Tempe offers the vibrant, urban culture of a small city boasting a world class Arizona State University, professional sports, casual active lifestyle, diverse arts and entertainment and Tempe Town Lake. Nestled between Scottsdale, Phoenix, Mesa and Chandler, Tempe is minutes to Sky Harbor International Airport and crossed by several major freeways placing it at the heart of Metro Phoenix.

Tempe Town Lake is a sparking jewel in the desert. A reservoir on the dry riverbed of the Salt River and first opened in 1999, Tempe Town Lake has become an icon drawing visitors for all over the valley. Sailing, paddle boats, crew teams, kayakers, paddle boards and fishermen all share the water while running and biking trails, beach volleyball, picnics, and outdoor concerts can be found along the shore. Luxury lakeside residential condos and sleek commercial buildings line the north shore.

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Living in

Chandler Arizona

Chandler, located just southeast of Tempe is a thriving city and suburb of the metro Phoenix area.

 

Originally founded by Dr Alexander John Chandler a veterinary surgeon, Chandler has grown from its ranching and farming past to become a leading technology centers in AZ.

 

Technology giants such as Intel, Microchip and Orbital anchor Chandler’s large engineering and manufacturing presence, the financial sectors leaders Wells Fargo, Bank of American and PayPal and the health care industry lead by Chandler Regional Medical Center attract diverse and educated professionals.

Chandler’s has become a dynamic place to work and play. Top notch employment, newer high quality homes built in well designed communities, a wide range of housing design and architecture, great schools, plenty of space for outdoor enthusiast to take advantage of Chandler’s subtropical desert weather and easy freeway access to all greater metro Phoenix has to offer has made Chandler one of the fastest growing cities.

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Living in 

Phoenix Arizona

Phoenix, the anchor of the Valley of the Sun, is the state capital and largest city in Arizona. Initially settled as an agricultural community, Phoenix is know around the world for its subtropical desert climate, breath taking desert scenery and year round outdoor activities.


Phoenix is a great place to work, to live and a great place to play. So much that Staycations are popular part of the Phoenix lifestyle. In the off season many of the best resorts fill with locals enjoying world class amenities, fine dining, abundant entertainment including pool side concerts, spa and golf packages and a leisurely lifestyle.


Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, among the largest commercial airports in the United States, is just minutes from downtown, accessible by the light rail and serves close to 20 passenger airlines.

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Luxury Living Paradise Valley AZ

Paradise Valley, is a tranquil luxury gem with large lots and sprawling custom homes located just minutes from all metro Phoenix has to offer. Paradise Valley was originally named by the Rio Verde Canal Company surveyors sent to survey the land for agricultural parcels.

 

The men were so taken by the beauty and tranquility of the desert landscape that they named the area Paradise Valley. Paradise Valley remained a rural residential area until the late 1950’s when a group of citizens became concerned about being swallowed up by expanding Phoenix and Scottsdale and losing the rural lifestyle. The Town of Paradise Valley was incorporated in 1961. The resident’s mission has remained to maintain a residential community in a quiet and country-like setting with little government intervention.

Today Paradise Valley is the wealthiest area of greater metro Phoenix. Known for its world class resorts and luxury homes Paradise Valley is a premier destination for both visitors and residents. Centrally located in the heart of the metro Phoenix-Scottsdale area Paradise Valley residents enjoy a short drive to the many major attractions. Top ranked schools, world class golf, first class restaurants all enhance the quality lifestyle found in Paradise Valley.

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Scottsdale Living

Scottsdale is where hip trendy night life and luxury urban living meet historic Wild West. Billed

 

The West’s Most Western Town today’s Scottsdale bears little resemblance to the farming and ranch operations first settled by Winfield Scott and other early residents. Many of the original settlers were educated and brought their appreciation for cultural activities to Scottsdale.

 

The community quickly attracted artist, writers and architects including the famed Frank Lloyd Write who in 1937 established Taliesin West. Clean air, mild climate and sunshine drew health seekers looking for the ideal winter climate and promoted Scottsdale’s early area resorts.

Education, the arts, health and clean outdoor living continue to attract residents and visitors to Scottsdale every year. Pools, golf courses, tennis courts, hiking trails are just a few of the outdoor activities available year round.

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Family Sophistication

Scottsdale is where hip trendy night life and luxury urban living meet historic Wild West. Billed

 

The West’s Most Western Town today’s Scottsdale bears little resemblance to the farming and ranch operations first settled by Winfield Scott and other early residents. Many of the original settlers were educated and brought their appreciation for cultural activities to Scottsdale.

 

The community quickly attracted artist, writers and architects including the famed Frank Lloyd Write who in 1937 established Taliesin West. Clean air, mild climate and sunshine drew health seekers looking for the ideal winter climate and promoted Scottsdale’s early area resorts.

Education, the arts, health and clean outdoor living continue to attract residents and visitors to Scottsdale every year. Pools, golf courses, tennis courts, hiking trails are just a few of the outdoor activities available year round.

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Work
with Cynthia

Cynthia Worley's unmatched expertise, dedication, and community-driven approach

make her the ideal choice to guide you through your real estate journey.

Contact Cynthia today to turn your real estate aspirations into reality.

Cynthia Worley Ahwatukee Real Estate Agent
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