Welcome to Hy-View
The heart of South Scottsdale.
Hy-View is a collection of homes north of McDowell Road and east of 64th Street in South Scottsdale. The community runs up to the Arizona Cross-Cut Canal and was developed by E.L. Farmer Construction. When the homes were built in the 1960s, the area was considered remote but desirable. Today, it's even more sought-after — and definitely not remote.
Families, longtime residents and winter visitors who want to live affordably in Scottsdale.
Scottsdale is often associated with ultra-high-end luxury living, but Hy-View offers a more affordable alternative. While the community’s homes are close to many of Scottsdale's top-notch amenities, the properties are significantly more budget-friendly than a stereotypical Scottsdale-priced home. Indeed, typical homes in Hy-View currently sell in the $300,000s, with some lower than $300,000 and others priced slightly above $400,000. These homes are often on large lots and have mature landscaping. Even better are the unobstructed views of the Papagos and/or Camelback Mountain.
What To Expect
Ranch and Mid-Century-Modern homes from the 1960s — style that is as desirable today as it was then.
The single-family homes in Hy-View reflect a variety of ranch architectural styles, but chief among them — perhaps most desirable — are those that fall into the Mid-Century-Modern category. These homes feature unique rooflines, exposed beams, block construction and covered carports and/or patios. In all, 10 floorplans and 28 elevations were originally offered in Hy-View, and today, many buyers seek these homes because of their distinctive look and easily modified floorplans.
What Not To Expect
Brand-new construction; while many homes in this area have been remodeled, the neighborhood still retains its original flavor
Active and urban, Hy-View is in the heart of Scottsdale; shopping, bars, clubs and nightlife are just minutes away as are recreational outdoor activities.
Shoppers will love living in Hy-View because Scottsdale Fashion Square is only 1.5 miles away, while outdoors enthusiasts will enjoy the nearness of Papago Park, the Desert Botanical Garden and the Phoenix Zoo — each of which is just a five-minute drive down 64th Street. The nearby canal attracts joggers and dog-walkers alike, plus Cactus League Spring Training is mere minutes away. If dining and nightlife are a priority, Scottsdale's clubs and restaurants are only a mile to the east.
You'll Fall In Love With
The views of Camelback Mountain, the quick drive to the mall and the architectural appeal