Troon Village Golf Club Real Estate
Located east of Alma School Road and in the south East Happy Valley Road, Troon Village is situated near many North Scottsdale shopping and dining areas. Troon's proximity to North Scottsdale mountain ranges also allows for easy-access to a variety of well-maintained hiking trails. At more than 2400 feet above sea level Troon offers residents cooler temperatures, which make hiking and golf activities a lot more enjoyable.
Set at the base of Pinnacle Peak and Troon Mountain, the 1,400 acre Troon Village property is comprised of 12 unique subdivisions in 85255 Scottsdale. This residential golf community features 239 custom, semi-custom, patio and townhomes with beautiful views of the Sonoran Desert, the McDowell Mountains, Troon Mountain, Pinnacle Peak and downtown Phoenix.
Windy Walk Estates, Troon Ridge, Troon Fairways and Glenn Moor, Guard-gated communities can be found in: Artesano with custom-built luxury homes on one-half-acre to 3 acre lots on 107th street, Way or Place, 108th Way or Buckskin Trail boasting interior sq. feet from 3,000-10,000; prices begin at $1 millon to above $3.5 million. It is within walking distance to the Troon Country Club.
Boulder Pass custom and semi-custom luxury homes and lots start at $1 million and up.
Windy Walk Estates boasts 3-5 bedroom custom homes with views and prices at $1-2 million plus.
The Skye Top community of 94 2-3 story condo/townhomes with 1300-2400 sq. feet; Ballantrae Ridge features many 2-story townhomes with great views and 2000-3200 sq. feet.
Artesano, Ballantrae Ridge, Desert Views/Four Peaks, Dorado (from the $500,000's and varying sizes of 2,400-3,200 square feet with spacious adjacent land.), Quail Ridge, Skye Top, Saddleback, Tusayan, Whispering Ridge.
Prices for existing homes vary from the high $300,000s to more than $3 million. Lots are still available from $400,000 to $1 million and up.
Homes in Glenmore range from $850,000 to $4 million.
Architecture ranges from Mediterranean to Tuscan style, and others. Home builders include Saddleback Homes, Edmunds, Cameron, Centex homes.
The Country Club
The Troon Country Club, a private golf course designed by Jay Morrish and Tom Weiskopf, was similarly designed to its namesake course The U.S. Mid-Amateur Championship, the Arizona Open and the Merrill Lynch Shoot Out have all been hosted at Troon over the years.
Troon's green is designed to accommodate golfers of all skill-levels and awarded one of the best golf courses in Arizona. The range of the course extends from 5,167-7,041 yards and five different tee markers.
Club members are granted access to the fitness center, swimming pool, tennis court complex and the casual and formal dining areas.
Troon Village households with children commonly go to the following Cave Creek schools: Desert Sun Academy, Sonoran Trails Middle School and Cactus Shadows High School.