Troon North is an 1,800 acre master-planned community enveloped by the north foothills of Pinnacle Peak. Multiple residential subdivisions offering ornate arroyos and aged saguaros. Prestigious golf community, Troon North delivers vivid desert landscape, upscale residential amenities including two world-class golf facilities.
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Homes For Sale $500,000 – $1,000,000
Homes For Sale $1,000,000 – $1,500,000
Homes For Sale $1,500,000 – $2,000,000
Homes For Sale $2,000,000 -$2,500,000
Homes For Sale $2,500,000 – $3,000,000
Homes For Sale $3,000,000 – $3,500,000
Homes For Sale $3,500,000 – $4,000,000
Homes For Sale $4,000,000 – $4,500,000
Homes For Sale $4,500,000 – $5,000,000
Homes For Sale Over $5,000,000
Troon North Homes 1,000 – 1,600 Sq Ft
Troon North Homes 1,600 – 2,000 Sq Ft
Troon North Homes 2,000 – 2,500 Sq Ft
Troon North Homes 2,500 – 3,000 Sq Ft
Troon North Homes 3,000 – 3,500 Sq Ft
Troon North Homes 3,500 – 4,000 Sq Ft
Troon North Homes 4,000 – 4,500 Sq Ft
Troon North Homes 4,500 – 5,000 Sq Ft
Troon North Homes Over 5,000 Sq Ft
Troon North is home to living in a Sonoran Desert environment containing unique natural features encompassing native plants, wildlife, and landscapes. It will be the goal of the Architectural Review Committee to ensure the highest quality of development and the preservation of the natural features of our area. Only by adherence to these goals can we protect the special environment of Troon North and ensure its retention and enhancement
The design of each Improvement must be tailored to the unique features of each individual Lot or Parcel. Although the colors and materials of Improvements have been chosen to maintain a southwestern design; the purpose is to create homes of compatible character; no one Improvement should stand apart in its design or construction so as to detract from the overall environment and appearances at Troon North.
Structures/buildings are to be aesthetically pleasing, coordinate well with the appearance and quality of existing residential and commercial structures. Operations are to align with those of our residential and commercial community’s structures and environments.
To ensure preservation of the natural desert, the City of Scottsdale has enacted ordinances which all Owners must comply with. Each Owner will be required to plan and design within a specific “Building Envelope” that defines the remaining natural area and the maximum conceptual, allowable building area on their Lot or Parcel.
Click on the link below to access the Troon North Architectural Design Guidelines.
If you have further questions on home construction in Troon North, please reach out to the Design Review Department at 480-682-4994.
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 links below.
If you have any inquiries related to violations, architectural procedures, or general information requests, please reach out to the onsite office. For questions regarding statements, billing, or collections, please contact the corporate office.
First Service Residential
If you wish to rent your home in Troon North, you need to be in compliance with the leasing policy. All of Troon North is restricted to a minimum of a 30-day rental.
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 Troon North, please refer to the landscape policy standards.
To preserve the natural features of each Lot and Parcel, such as significant existing plant materials, washes, rock outcroppings, or views, each Improvement must be sited to minimize disruption of the natural landscape. Natural drainage must not be altered. Undisturbed desert is the unifying theme at Troon North, and this can only be achieved by minimizing alteration of Lots and Parcels to accommodate Improvements.
Protected Plants: Protected Plants are those desert plants which must be protected due to size and type. Improvements must be sited to avoid these species. If transplanting of Protected Plants is required in order to create a usable building pad, it is recommended that professionals be consulted.
Natural Area: Irrigation of the Natural Area is not permitted. Prior to recordation, the Natural Area Easement must be approved by the Architectural Review Committee. As a part of the Natural Area Easement, the Owner must, at his expense, provide a legal description of the Natural Area for recordation with the Natural Area Easement.
Transitional Area: The purpose of the Transitional Area is to provide a gradual transition between the indigenous plant materials of the Natural Area and those plant materials permitted within the Private Area without creating strong contrasts in vegetation. Irrigation systems must be carefully designed to minimize overspray or runoff onto the Natural Area.
Troon North is a highly regarded, 1800-acre master-planned community located in the northern foothills of Pinnacle Peak, between Pima Road and Alma School Parkway.
The community is known for its successful blending of the dramatic desert landscape, two world-class golf facilities, and quality residential amenities. Troon North boasts superbly designed golf holes, residential subdivisions, and breathtaking views of the surrounding area.
The community is home to Troon North Golf Club, which is owned and operated by Troon Golf. The club includes two Tom Weiskopf 18-hole golf courses, the “Pinnacle” and the “Monument.” They wrap around the surrounding desert. The Sonoran Desert of Arizona boasts a rugged landscape, dotted with giant granite boulders and natural ravines that stretch through the foothills in the shadow of Pinnacle Peak.
As a Troon North resident, you receive a discount on greens fees and are invited to play as a member or on a Troon Golf Card.
Residents enjoy premier hiking and biking trails, tennis and pickleball courts, family-friendly parks, and nature and wildlife, all within the community boundaries.
Troon North offers several amenities for its residents to enjoy. The four-acre Troon North Community Park features tennis and pickleball courts, ramadas, a tot lot, and a turfed play area for outdoor activities.
The recently opened 34-acre Doc Cavalliere Park provides a shaded playground, hiking trails, basketball courts, picnic areas, and restrooms.
The Brown’s Ranch Trailhead offers access to Scottsdale’s McDowell Sonoran Preserve, which contains over 120 miles of non-motorized, multi-use trails for hiking, biking, and horseback riding.
Pinnacle Peak Park is a popular destination for hikers and rock climbers, providing spectacular views of the valley.
Troon North also features an active Social Committee that organizes a variety of social events throughout the year, such as a July 4th celebration, Opera Night, Comedy Night, Wine Tasting, Cowboy BBQ, and a Holiday Brunch.
The Troon North’s Dynamite Grille presents a diverse menu of fresh and modern dishes in a soothing and comfortable atmosphere, all while boasting one of Arizona’s most picturesque views. The Grille’s backdrop is the stunning desert landscape that encircles the 18th hole of the Pinnacle course.
C,C, & R’s are documents that govern a community. Troon North Association has it’s own. Then, each of the villages within the community, have their own individual governing documents.
In order to preserve the value, desirability and attractiveness of the Property, Troon North Association has been created, which will have the responsibility to maintain and administer the Common areas, to administer and enforce the Declaration, to collect and disburse funds as provided in this Declaration, and to perform such other acts as set forth in this Declaration as shall generally benefit the Property.
Desert Sun Academy
27880 N 64th St, Scottsdale, AZ 85266
Public district, PK-5 & Ungraded | 345 students
Sonoran Trails Middle School
5555 E Pinnacle Vista Dr, Phoenix, AZ 85085
Public district, 6 – 8 & Ungraded | 935 students
Cactus Shadows High School
5802 E Dove Valley Rd, Scottsdale, AZ 85266
Public district, 9 – 12 & Ungraded | 1819 students
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