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Final Chance to Live In Desirable Casa Montaña

Only 9 homes remain at Casa Montaña in North Scottsdale – and they are move-in ready and priced to sell! If you’re looking for a life of freedom and adventure, this is the spot for those always on the go.

Set in the shadow of Black Mountain, Casa Montaña is surrounded by natural beauty yet is conveniently located minutes from the freeway. This gated community has just 42 home sites, creating a cozy, close-knit neighborhood. The homes are open and low maintenance, with plenty of outdoor living spaces for entertaining friends and family.

This corner of Scottsdale is also perfect for those looking for fun and excitement. From regional parks and hiking trails to nature preserves and highly rated golf courses, you’ll have plenty of opportunities for outdoor experiences. If shopping sprees or dining ventures are more your speed, wait until you see the array of options here in Maricopa County.  The possibilities are endless when you live in Casa Montaña.

From the moment you see our welcoming gated entrance or relax in our community gazebo, you’ll be charmed by this friendly little neighborhood. Plus, being away from the hustle and bustle of Phoenix means that the air is cleaner, and the night sky is full of stars!

Whether you are downsizing or looking for an active lifestyle, Casa Montaña offers adventure seekers the best in North Scottsdale living. Don’t wait another day, though, because your chance to live here is coming to an end! The Model Home is located 6051 E Gila Circle (Off 60th Street, south of Carefree Highway) in Scottsdale, AZ 85266. For more information about the community, please call (602) 497-3570

Established in 1970, AV Homes is a nationally respected builder with a long heritage of innovative designs and unsurpassed craftsmanship. Specializing in both single family homes and 55-plus communities, AV Homes has built and closed over 7,500 homes nationwide. Today, AV Homes is engaged in homebuilding, land development, and other real estate operations in Arizona, Florida, and North Carolina.