Ancala homes extend across 850-acres of the Sonoran Desert and has magnificent views of the Camelback Mountains, McDowell Mountains and city lights. Explore the wonderful amenities including golf, sport, and social memberships. Ancala is a guard-gated community north of Shea Blvd. and east of the 101 freeway in Central Scottsdale. It is conveniently located near shopping, dining, and many other outdoor activities.
Surrounded by the Ancala homes, is a Country Club with amazing amenities. First class service and a friendly atmosphere for families. Flowing through the Ancala Home Community, is a championship golf course designed by the famous architects, father and son, Pete and Perry Dye.
Besides golf, their is a pool, fitness center and tennis courts. Enjoy dining at one of their restaurants. Create memories by socializing with other members of the community. Several events are scheduled throughout the year to accommodate residents of all ages.
Many Ancala homes for sale offer views of the pristine golf course, majestic mountains, and the illuminating city lights. For more information or to view any of the Ancala homes for sale, contact Johnny D.
The goal for Desert Mountain is to uphold the blended symmetry of the homes and natural beauty of the community and environment.
With elevations approaching 5,000 feet in Desert Mountain, home orientation can be key in maximizing the gorgeous mountain and city light views.
When planning the layout of your home in Desert Mountain, your imagination and inspiration are encouraged. However, the construction composition of the home needs to be homogenous with the design guidelines and community values.
Any modifications to the appearance or structure of the home, may be approved by the Desert Mountain Master Design Committee.
Click on the link below to access the Desert Mountain Master Association Design Guidelines.
If you have further questions on home construction in Desert Mountain, please reach out to the Design Review Department at 480-635-5605.
Currently, HOA and Community fees are between $300 – $800 a month depending upon the village you live in. For more detailed information and current assessments, click on the link below.
If you wish to rent your home in Desert Mountain, you need to be in compliance with the leasing policy. All of Desert Mountain is restricted to a minimum of a 30-day rental, with the only exception being current Desert Mountain owners of property and Club members of Desert Mountain.
There are six villages within Desert Mountain that require a thirty day minimum for rental regardless of whether they are current owners or club members. The six are Lost Star, Geronimo/Cochise, Saguaro Forest, Lone Mountain II, Seven Arrows and the Haciendas.
Despite these policies, follow this link:
Consult with an attorney if you have further questions.
If your interested in finding out about replanting or replacing landscape in Desert Mountain, please refer to the policy standards information enclosed in the link below.
Nestled along the Sonoran desert, Desert Mountain offers incredible amenities. As you enter the guard gated community, be ready to explore all that Desert Mountain offers.
There are seven beautiful, private championship golf courses, yes seven, with six of them being designed by Jack Nicklaus. Work on your swing at the Jim Flick Golf Performance Center.
There are seven clubhouses, yes seven. The Sonoran offers pickleball courts, a tennis complex (referred to as “Wimbledon of the West”), pilates, fitness center, bocce ball, youth activity center, croquet, swimming pools, and a spa.
For hiking enthusiasts, there are 12 looped trails with 31 different routes within 3,000 acres of wilderness desert and back country. The looped trails encompass about 20 miles, whereas the different routes to take on those loops total 158 miles.
You will encounter canyons, ridges, peaks, and many spectacular views.
Check out the unique Desert Mountain interactive trail guide at the trail head, which has a 55-inch touch-screen monitor where you can receive detailed information of hike distance, elevation gain and time to complete the hike. It also provides up to the minute weather, plant and wildlife info, outdoor news, and hiking rules and tips to be safe.
If hiking is not for you, there are several walking paths within the community.
For the children in the family, there are plenty of activities at the youth center and for a more focused future, check out the Junior Sports Academy where they can explore golf and tennis.
For a visit to the old west, explore the open space of the nature preserve, called “The Ranch.” It is 33 acres bordering the Tonto National Forest, providing tribute to a Native American “kiva.”
Desert Mountain has a wide variety of social clubs, events, and fitness classes to meet everyone’s desires.
After all your tireless activities, it’s time to saunter on over to one of the ten restaurants and grills. from a gastropub to themed dining including Southwestern, Tuscan Italian, Steak and Seafood, and Mediterranean. If it’s Friday, check out the Desert Mountain Chef Food Truck, visiting the the ranges and clubhouses.
C,C, & R’s are documents that govern a community. Desert Mountain Master Association has it’s own. Then, each of the villages within the community, have their own individual governing documents. The villages documents align closely to the Master Association.
Anasazi Elementary School
12121 North 124th Street, Scottsdale AZ 85259
Public district, PK-5 & Ungraded 378 students
Mountainside Middle School
11256 North 128th Street, Scottsdale AZ 85259
Public district, 6-8 | 650 students
Desert Mountain High School
12575 East Vía Linda, Scottsdale AZ 85259
Public district, 9-12 | 2094 students
Ancala Main Gate: 480-451-4701
Ancala HOA: 480-661-1066
Ancala Country Club: 480-391-1000
Ancala Membership: 480-391-3056
Ancala Disclosure Dept: 602-957-9191
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