Grayhawk real estate is a highly sought after community in the highly desirable North Scottsdale area because of all the great amenities that it offers. Spectacular views of Pinnacle Peak and the McDowell Mountains can be enjoyed throughout the community, whether you’re sitting in your backyard or going for a stroll on one of the walkways that interconnect the various communities. There are approximately 3,800 homes, ranging from luxury apartments, spacious townhomes, inexpensive single-family homes, to gated multi million dollar golf estates. This master planned community is just North of the Loop 101 Freeway and is bordered by Scottsdale Road, Pima Road, Deer Valley Road and the 101 freeway.
The Grayhawk area offers a resort like lifestyle with multiple golf courses within and around the community. Grayhawk Golf Club offers two 18 hole public courses that are kept in pristine condition. The clubhouse offers a top notch pro-shop with high-end merchandise and offers private golf lessons with a golf pro. You can grab a bite to eat at The Quill Creek Cafe, Phil’s Grill (named after Phil Mickelson), Isabella’s Kitchen and the Morning Joint. There are many other top rated golf courses nearby, like the TPC Scottsdale, which hosts the yearly and crowd pleasing Waste Management Phoenix Open. The Bird’s Nest is a highlight at this event for many fans because of the great music, the beautiful eclectic crowd and the enthusiastic partying. Other great golf courses can also be found at the Fairmont Scottsdale Princess Hotel, Westin Kierland Resort & Spa, Four Seasons Resort Scottsdale, and JW Marriott Desert Ridge, which are all within 15 min from the Grayhawk community. After a round of golf, you can enjoy many of the spa treatments at these resorts or just enjoy the breathtaking views while sitting poolside.
Families are also drawn to the Grayhawk community because of the multiple pocket parks, lush green belts, shaded playground areas, heated community pools/spas, and lighted tennis/basketball courts, which are all within walking distance. If that weren’t enough, the 29 acre Thompson Peak Park and the 13 acre Grayhawk Park offer additional lighted tennis/basketball courts, softball/baseball/soccer fields, volleyball courts and playgrounds. A great amenity for working parents is The Boys and Girls Club of Scottsdale Thunderbirds Branch, which is within the community, because it provides after school programs, sports, and summer camps. If addition, Tutor Time in the Grayhawk Plaza offers before-school and after-school programs with a bus that drops-off/picks-up from Grayhawk Elementary. The Grayhawk community is part of the Paradise Valley School District and feeds into Grayhawk Elementary, Mountain Trail Middle School, and Pinnacle High School. El Dorado Private School, which is adjacent to Grayhawk Elementary, is a private school option and offers extended before and after care programs for 2 1/2 yr olds to 8th graders.
The 101 freeway is minutes away and the community is less than 30 min away from Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport, Arizona State University and Old Town Scottsdale. Also nearby is the popular Kierland Commons, Scottsdale Quarters, and Desert Ridge shopping centers, which provide lots of upscale retail and restaurant options.