Cactus Shea Area 1 is so named after Cactus Road bisecting the community west to east and Shea Boulevard defining its southern border. Up north, Thunderbird Road delineates this community’s perimeter from the neighborhoods of North Phoenix and Kierland.
The existing residences in Cactus Shea Area 1 were built mostly from the 1970s up to the early 2000s. Residential choices in this community include single family homes, villas and condo townhouses. Many of the area’s homes offer refreshing views of the greens and fairways of Stonecreek Golf Club located at the heart of the Cactus Shea Area 1.
Village Fairways, one of the subdivisions near Stonecreek, typically have sales listings of single family homes with floor areas ranging from 2,200 up to about 3,800 square feet designed with three to six bedrooms. Similar-sized properties can likewise be available at the nearby subdivisions of Orange Tree Manor and Cavalier Estates.
Anasazi Village Condominiums and Roundhill Club and Townhomes , also located near Stonecreek Gofl Club, are great choices for golf enthusiasts. The typical units available here are one-bedroom, 850-square-foot units and options on larger townhouses with living areas of 1,256 square feet.
Amenities: Many of the neighborhoods of Cactus Shea Area 1 are gated and provide their own in-house amenities. At Anasazi, there are resort-like amenities including five pools, barbecue areas and a clubhouse with fitness room, billiard room, and event room. There are several pocket parks at the Cactus Shea Area, such as Roadrunner Park, Sereno Park and Mescal Park. Besides hosting Stonecreek, the community also enjoys proximity to the Orange Tree Golf Course. The main commercial hubs in this community are the Paradise Valley Mall on Cactus Road and Paradise Valley Marketplace off Shea Boulevard. Northwood Plaza on the junction of 32nd Street and Cactus Road across west of SR 51 offers alternative shopping and dining venues.
Schools: Cactus Shea Area 1 is within the Scottsdale Unified School District. The schools serving the area include Sequoya Elementary, Cocopah Middle, and Chaparral High.