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Get to know Paradise Valley

Aptly named, Paradise Valley is a resort-like Phoenix suburb with an abundance of natural beauty that makes it a destination in its own right. It’s home to some of Arizona’s most coveted real estate, where some 12,000 inhabitants—and countless visitors—enjoy a year-round warm climate and all the benefits that come with it. Located just north of Scottsdale in Maricopa County, the town lies in the painted shadows of the region’s most iconic desert peaks. Camelback and Mummy Mountains, and the Phoenix Mountains Preserve to the west, delight outdoor enthusiasts with miles of world-class trails. Wildflowers and spindly Palos Verdes cast colorful hues on the neutral-toned landscape, enjoyed by the many homes here that master blurring the line between inside and out.
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Commerce & Culture

Guests arriving at the landmark Camelback Inn — now officially J.W. Marriott’s Scottsdale Camelback Inn Resort and Spa — are greeted by the words “Where Time Stands Still,” and they couldn’t hold truer. Paradise Valley has stayed guarded from the sprawl seen in Scottsdale and Phoenix, whose hungry every-expanding borders prompted the decision to incorporate the community independently in 1961. The town retains its rural-leaning way of life with the utmost cosmopolitan flair — it boasts eight full-service resorts, along with championship golf courses and an array of shops and restaurants. Popular tourist attractions include Barry Goldwater Memorial Park and the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed Harold Price, Sr. House.

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