Phoenix is Arizona’s capital and largest city. It is also the sixth most populous city in the U.S. Phoenix is home to more than 1.4 million people. Plenty of neighborhoods are available for families looking to buy a home here.
Central Avenue is a neighborhood dating back to the city’s founding. It offers cultural events, attractions and highrise apartments overlooking the city. The light rail makes it easy to get to downtown for daily commuters.
The Palmcroft and Encanto Districts include houses established in the 1920s, winding roads and majestic streets lined with trees. This suburban area offers an eclectic mix of large mansions and small homes.
Arcadia, situated in eastern Phoenix, offers a healthy mix between the urban and rural lifestyles. The neighborhood is not far from downtown but still offers affordable ranch style homes. The area also includes well reputed schools.
North Tempe is ideally situated close to Arizona State University. It offers a combination of older homes with large lots and small commercial stops.
North Central Phoenix is popular among families because of its excellent schools and affordable prices.
Agritopia is a rural part of Phoenix, situated in the city’s southeastern corner. This neighborhood offers many types of classical homes.
Evans-Churchill is located next to downtown Phoenix, offering a variety of historical home with plenty of midrise apartments.
Despite it´s size Phoenix has an excellent selection of different types of neighborhoods where to settle down and enjoy life.