If you enjoy a resort style atmosphere, Gainey Ranch is a luxury gated a 640-acre community with palm tree lined streets, lakes and lush landscape. The neighborhoods surround the 27-hole Gainey Ranch golf course, where you can enjoy breathtaking panoramic views of the McDowell Mountains. Gainey Ranch consists of 11 single-family home neighborhoods, ranging from approximately 2,000 square feet to over 4,500 square feet, along with seven condominium communities, ranging from 865 square feet to 2,241 square feet.
You can enjoy the beautiful Arizona weather and scenery while walking, jogging, bicycling and horseback riding on the paths and trails around and within the neighborhoods. These pathways are part of the City of Scottsdale’s master planned trail and pathway system, and one of these pathways (Scottsdale Greenbelt) runs to Tempe Lake and connects a network of city parks and lakes along the way. You can also enjoy yourself at the community’s tennis and social club, The Daniel C. Gainey Estate Club. The former ranch home provides a 25-meter swimming pool and spa, seven lighted tennis courts, a fitness center, and an activity lawn. After all the day’s activities, you can walk over to The Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort & Spa, where you can enjoy a day at the spa or just grab a bite to eat. You can also walk over to the Shops at Gainey Village for more restaurant options and even do some shopping at some of the eclectic stores.
If you want to venture out of the community, nearby is the popular Kierland Commons, Scottsdale Quarters, Scottsdale Fashion Square Mall, and Old Town Scottsdale. Also nearby is The Talking Stick Resort and Casino (a luxurious Four-Diamond resort) and the Salt River Fields, which is the new spring training home of the Arizona Diamondbacks and Colorado Rockies.
The Gainey Ranch community is northeast of the Doubletree Ranch Road/Scottsdale Road intersection and south of Mountain View Road. The area is zoned for Cochise Elementary School, Cocopah Middle School, and Chaparral High School, all part of the Scottsdale Unified School District. The Loop 101 freeway is easily accessible and the Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport is approximately 20 minutes away.