Southwest Village

This conveniently located and moderately priced Phoenix neighborhood borders Scottsdale from its setting near Indian School Road and 64th Street; the community features close to 300 homes.

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Welcome to Southwest Village

Residents of Southwest Village enjoy their close proximity to Scottsdale’s shopping, dining, nightlife and entertainment, along with the natural beauty and views of Camelback Mountain plus the availability of the top-rated Scottsdale Unified School District.
Those seeking a vibrant nightlife will gravitate to the area’s popular nightclubs, wine bars and lounges, while outdoor enthusiasts are only minutes from the popular Echo Canyon Park on Camelback Mountain with its four hiking trails offering pristine city views. Golfers will appreciate the beautiful greens at Scottsdale and Phoenix golf courses such as nearby Camelback Golf Club and the Phoenician Golf Club.

The Neighbors

Professional with and without young families.
Families with children will benefit from the top-rated Scottsdale Unified School District, host to 30-plus schools serving nearly 26,000 students most of whom live in sections of Scottsdale, Paradise Valley, Tempe and/or Phoenix. Children who reside in the community of Southwest Village traditionally attend Hopi Elementary, Ingleside Middle School and Arcadia High School.

What To Expect

A group of neighbors who take pride in their homes and who appreciate being centrally located with quick access to freeways, shopping, dining, nightlife and outdoor activity.
Most residents of Southwest Village love to take advantage of the neighborhood’s walkability to shopping, dining and nightlife. Luxury shopping center Scottsdale Fashion Square — featuring high-end retailers such as Nordstrom, Barneys New York, Burberry, COACH and Crate & Barrel, a premier movie cinema and plenty of upscale restaurants and bars — is just one block away.

What Not To Expect

Luxury estates or tract homes.
The community of Southwest Village features single-family homes, townhomes, condominiums and apartments with a range of prices that will accommodate most-all budgets and lifestyles. Many of the traditional ranch-style homes sit on large grassy lots and offer split floorplans, and many have undergone major remodels including new flooring, cabinetry, appliances and more. For people who desire high-end living but seek smaller properties with less maintenance requirements, townhomes, condominiums and apartments are also available in the neighborhood.

The Lifestyle

Work by day, fun at night and on the weekends.
If shopping for antiques, eclectic gifts and Western art sounds appealing, the Arts District on Fifth Avenue in nearby downtown Scottsdale is just a few short miles away from the community of Southwest Village. Spend the day shopping for family members or friends or just window-shop on a sunny afternoon stroll. For those seeking late-night entertainment, Old Town Scottsdale features hundreds of trendy bars, hot nightclubs and signature events such as the Scottsdale ArtWalk, Parada del Sol Parade, Scottsdale Culinary Festival, weekly farmers’ markets, food trucks and a wealth of other adult and family-friendly activities.

You'll Fall In Love With

The location, the affordability and the beauty of this established neighborhood.