6945 E Ashler Hills Dr,
Scottsdale, AZ 85266
4 beds5 baths5,741 sqft
Completely Remodeled in 2008, this Custom Santa Barbara Estate is the Hidden Gem of North Scottsdale. Kitchen caters to the Finest Inner Chef with a Stainless 48”” 6 Burner + Grill free Standing Range & Double Oven, GE Monogram built in Fridge, upscale Granite Slab & Custom Cabinetry. Ignore the age, as completely redone in 2008. There are 2 Master Suites, a bonus room & 2 Huge Bedrooms en suite. Wake to Dramatic Views of Black Mountain & from the veranda see the McDowell Mountains & Cave Creek. Intricate detail stone work throughout the home is impressive. Multiple outside experiences, lovely courtyard entry; Quaint backyard with grass/Fruit Trees/Lavish Fountain; Separate yard w/ Swimming Pool, Pergola & pond. Horses allowed, yet 1/2 mile from Shopping at ””Summit Center”” & 12 min N of
What I love about the home
This home is set on over an acre in the beautiful Sonoran Desert of North Scottsdale. You are out far enough to be quiet and have horses, yet shopping is less than a mile away! The mountain views and sunsets are spectacular. The owners have fully remodeled this home in the finest stone touches.
The Sonoran Desert is probably the most diverse areas on earth. With more than 100 species of lizards, mammals, birds, and two thousand plants creating a home in the desert, you will never know what you will face out here! Scottsdale is very pleased to call over thirty thousands acres of this landscape our “backyard”. Scottsdale’s McDowell Sonoran Preserve has six paths, over a hundred miles of trails to find out and discover and unfurls across the eastern edge of the town. Below are a few various ways to discover the preserve:
Hiking: Each one of the six trailheads offers guests an exclusive Preserve experience. Brown’s Ranch Trailhead and also the new Fraesfield Trailhead are the upper entry points to the Preserve. Each offer excellent views of Pinnacle Peak and enormous boulder shapes. Entry and Tom’s Thumb trailheads send you to winding paths at the center point of the preserve. Tom’s Thumb is probably the most tough trails in Scottsdale. Finally, Lost Dog Wash and Sunrise Trailhead can be found at the southern area of the preserve and gives perfect views of the valley.
From the official development in 1951 with a 2000 people, the city of Scottsdale has exploded to a 230 thousand now. Now it is one of the state’s largest city. Scottsdale is usually known by its top quality of life,It was known as “Most Livable City”, in the United States by the United States Conference of Mayors. It is continually ranked as one of the the best golf and resort places in the world, along with a sizable percentage of tax revenue being based on tourism. It is also the place you will find the Phoenix Open Golf Match held at the Tournament Players Club annually and the Barrett-Jackson car show at WestWorld.