Surrounding the iconic Arizona Biltmore Resort, a Waldorf Astoria luxury property in northeast central Phoenix, is a collection of single family residences, condominiums, townhouses and apartment style flats that many Phoenicians call home. The Biltmore Resort was built during the national building boom that was occurring in the late 1920’s and early 1930’s, along with the nearby Wrigley Mansion. Over the years the resort has hosted presidents, dignitaries and celebrities, and continues to do so. It has maintained it’s charm and classic good looks and provides opportunities for golf on two nearby courses, world class shopping at the nearby Biltmore Fashion Park, and dining for ever-evolving palettes at places such as Seasons 52, Noca, Christophers Restaurant and Crush Lounge and The Parlor.
To live in the Biltmore area and be within walking distance of these wonderful amenities is a true joy. A short drive away will take you to downtown Phoenix or Scottsdale, and fantastic hiking on Piestewa Peak is only two miles away. And if your work is in the financial or healthcare fields, your office may well be nearby in the towering financial or medical buildings that stand like sentinels along the Camelback Corridor that joins Phoenix and Scottsdale.
The Biltmore area stretches west to east from approximately 20th Street to 48th Street, and from Highland (just south of Camelback) to McDonald to the north. No doubt, the Biltmore area is upscale, with home prices starting at just under $200,000 for a very small apartment style flat. The most expensive home is priced at $16,000,000 at the time of this publication. If you’d like information about the area, newer construction, or other options for home buying, please contact Sharyn Younger at 480-589-2347.