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The neighborhood of Adobe Ranch sits 17 miles northeast from Phoenix, at the intersection of Frank Lloyd Wright and Shea Blvd in Paradise Valley. The neighborhood offers excellent views of both Camelback and Mummy Mountains. Homes in Adobe Ranch range from the new and custom built homes to the older yet immaculately maintained. The neighborhood backs up to the Scottsdale Plaza Resort.

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Rent Trends

As of August 2017, the average apartment rent in Scottsdale, AZ is $987 for one bedroom, $1,176 for two bedrooms, and $1,444 for three bedrooms. Apartment rent in Scottsdale has increased by 9.0% in the past year.

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$987
2 BR
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$1,176
3 BR
1,167
$1,444
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Ratings

52 Walk Score® Somewhat Walkable
28 Transit Score® Some Transit
0 Bike Score® Somewhat Bikeable

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Restaurants

Adobe Ranch contains no commercial properties, so shopping and dining in the small neighborhood is not possible. However, Paradise Valley and Scottsdale provide residents with everything they could possibly want in terms of dining and nightlife.

Remington’s has long been a Paradise Valley tradition. As part of the Scottsdale Plaza Resort, the restaurant serves a variety of dishes in an elegant atmosphere. Diners feast on dishes such as Muscovy duck and Pioppini mushrooms while enjoying live jazz music. Remington’s hosts several events throughout the year with special menus, and reservations often sell out quick.

Looking to impress that special someone? Take them to the Jade Bar for a cocktail and breathtaking view of Camelback Mountain. Located in the Sanctuary Resort and Spa, the drink menu for Jade Bar constantly changes. Take the mixology 101 course, and you can learn how to make some of the signature cocktails offered. Don’t forget to munch on an order of heirloom popcorn or house-made fries.

History

Twelve Resorts call Paradise Valley home, that makes it one of Arizona’s premiere destinations. In 2012, Forbes Magazine listed Paradise Valley as one of the most expensive cities in the United States, a fact which is apparent when you walk through the streets filled with perfectly manicured lawns.

Paradise Valley does not have any museums or much of an arts scene, but the City of Scottsdale is very active in the arts. Residents of the community need to travel only 4 miles south to the Scottsdale Museum of Contemporary Art and the art galleries that surround it. Adobe Ranch does not hold any annual events, but Scottsdale is home to numerous events throughout the year such as the Barrett-Jackson car show and auction and the Scottsdale Arabian horse show.

Transportation

Alegre Community features sidewalks on all the neighborhood streets, making the area both walkable and bike-friendly. Dim streets in some areas make walking at night dodgy at times, so be sure to walk with a partner after the sun sets.

Most commuters in the Alegre Community enjoy their close proximity to Phoenix Metro Light Rail. Stations along Apache Boulevard ensure residents have direct access to the easiest way around town. Still, other commuters prefer their personal vehicles. Located just east of the Loop 101, commuters can easily drive to any area within the valley. When needing to use a taxi cab for transportation, consider calling one of the local cab companies in advance for pickup, or use your smartphone to request an Uber or Lyft ride. Homes, town homes and apartments in the neighborhood typically come with private parking. Community areas are equipped with free public parking, and parking remains permitted along most streets. Commercial areas also hold ample free parking.

Cost

Because of high property values, the cost of living in Paradise Valley rises to almost three times the national average. If you remove housing costs from the equation though, the cost of goods and services, gas, and utilities make the area comparable to other Phoenix suburbs. A one-bedroom apartment in adjacent communities costs around $875.

If traveling to downtown Phoenix by public transportation, expect a commute time of approximately 1.5 hours, including light rail travel. One-way fare should cost approximately $4 while a monthly pass is $64. Gas prices in Paradise Valley hover about 9 percent lower than the national average. Depending on the venue, you can expect to pay between $5 and $8 for a pint of beer.

Shopping

Everyday shopping can be harder in Adobe Ranch, the nearest grocery store, AJ’s Fine Foods, is two miles south. Most shoppers will do their shopping in Scottsdale before heading home. Adobe Ranch residents need to travel to Old Town Scottsdale or North Scottsdale to shop at the farmer's market.

Runners all over the Phoenix valley go to Sole Sports Running Zone for their running shoe needs. The team there dedicates themselves to making sure you have the best running shoes for your feet. They provide an analysis of your gait, and will recommend shoes that will support your activities. Sole Sports also carries a selection of premium running gear such as clothes and watches.

Exclusive shops such as Burberry, Bulgari, Michael Kors, and Coach can be found at the Scottsdale Fashion Center.

Parks

The area does not contain any official parks, but Adobe Ranch residents live in close proximity to Camelback and Mummy Mountains which offer hiking trails for outdoor enthusiasts.

Nearby the McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park creates a cross between park and museum with its railroad track and railroad displays. Families can enjoy train rides on the authentic train track all year long. In December, the Mayor of Scottsdale lights the annual Christmas tree which kicks off the annual Holiday Lights Festival.

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11545 N Frank Lloyd Wright Blvd, Scottsdale, AZ 85259
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Apartments for Rent in Scottsdale Adobe Ranch, Scottsdale, AZ

The neighborhood of Adobe Ranch sits 17 miles northeast from Phoenix, at the intersection of Frank Lloyd Wright and Shea Blvd in Paradise Valley. The neighborhood offers excellent views of both Camelback and Mummy Mountains. Homes in Adobe Ranch range from the new and custom built homes to the older yet immaculately maintained. The neighborhood backs up to the Scottsdale Plaza Resort.

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