Sherwood Heights

The community dates back to the 1950s and includes ranch-style and semi-custom homes that consist of half an acre or larger lots nestled in eight subdivisions: Sherwood Heights I, II and III; Sherwood Estates I and II; Fairway Park; and Heritage East I and II. The neighborhood is mostly comprised of two-income-earners, active adults and families with children.

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Welcome to Sherwood Heights

Known as one of the oldest residential neighborhoods in south Scottsdale, Sherwood Heights is bounded by Thomas Road to the north, Oak Street to the south, 56th Street to the west and 62nd Street to the east.

The Neighbors

Proud homeowners who appreciate the value of their homes and maintain the native landscaping.
The majority of the homes found in Sherwood Heights are single-story and ranch-style, comprised of concrete block or brick. The average home size is approximately 2,000-square-feet and each home has a sense of individuality and charm as seen in various styles and floor-plans. Most homes in the neighborhood, which currently tend to range in price from $200,000 to $500,000, feature attached carports and swimming pools. While many homes in this neighborhood maintain their original architectural design, some have undergone total remodels, renovations or additions that enhance the community’s unique character and appeal.

What To Expect

Homes with character, mature desert landscaping and stunning mountain views.
The natural beauty of the desert and the well-maintained properties are what attract many people to the community of Sherwood Heights, which features native plants and trees that were kept during original land development. Most homes have mature landscaping in the front and back yards and feature native mesquite and palo verde trees; saguaro, cholla and prickly pear cacti; and creosote, sage and acacia brushes and shrubs. You’ll also find plenty of colorful oleander hedges that exquisitely define property lines and you’ll marvel at the breathtaking views of the Papago Mountain Preserve. The natural desert beauty can also be found at the Phoenix Zoo and Desert Botanical Garden both of which are conveniently located just a few short miles away.

What Not To Expect

New home builds, undeveloped land.

The Lifestyle

Residents who spend their free time taking advantage of nearby shopping, dining, hiking and golfing.
Residents of Sherwood Heights enjoy their close proximity to major Valley freeways such as the Loop 101 Pima Freeway and Loop 202 Red Mountain Freeway, making this an ideal location for commuters and business professionals. Homeowners can also take Valley surface-streets such as Indian School Road, Thomas Road or Camelback Road to easily get where they need to go.

You'll Fall In Love With

The beautiful desert landscaping, breathtaking views and charm of this quaint neighborhood tucked-away from the nearby hustle and bustle of the city.