Fresh mountain air, nearby forests, abundant wildlife and more make Cave Creek an extraordinary community. Buyers will find large lots here that allow for unobstructed views of the surrounding countryside. Cave Creek gives residents a relaxed small town feel with just under 6,000 residents, according to the latest U.S.Census Bureau estimate. At the same point, resident can commute to downtown Phoenix via the 101 Loop in 25-30 minutes, while major shopping malls are only 15-20 minutes south on Scottsdale Road.
Cave Creek is a close-knit community where neighbors know one another. As such it’s a great place to raise a family as you’ll find a lot of family activities. The Cave Creek Unified School Districts is one of the best in Arizona, ranking 20th out of 130 public school districts.
The median home value in Cave Creek is $519,349. While that may seem on a par with many communities in California, buyers will get a much bigger bang for their buck. For starters, you’ll own much more real estate when you move to the Cave Creek and surrounding areas. Many properties encompass up to an acre or more. Most residential properties are also zoned for horses, so you can keep a small stable on your property and go riding at will
When I comes to riding, you’re just minutes away from outstanding trails and recreational opportunities in the Tonto National Forest, Cave Creek Regional Park and Spur Cross Ranch. In addition, many neighborhoods are planned communities that allow you to enjoy the Sonoran Desert just outside your door.
Let’s face it, Arizona is extremely hot during the summer, but Cave Creek sits at 2,200 feet, which is much higher than most of the Valley. That altitude makes a decided difference in the summer when daytime highs can be up to 8° F cooler than in Phoenix.