This area of Northwest Phoenix is comprised of many older, smaller communities such as Hidden Manor, Bellair Gardens, Woodridge, Yorkshire Estates, Arroyo Springs, Sunset Canyon, Adobe Hills, Saddleback Hills, Tuscany Point, Patrick Ranch, Union Hills Estates, Union Hills Manor, Montello, Sundown, Alta Vista, Brandywine Terrace, Palmcroft Estates, Deerview and Knoell Royal Oaks, among dozens of others.
For example, Union Hills Estates features single-family ranch style homes built in 1975, many of which have been partially or fully remodeled. The Sundown subdivision features larger custom homes on larger lots, built in the mid-1990s. Knoell Royal Oaks features single family ranch style homes built by Knoell Homes in the early 1970s. Lake Biltmore Estates features single family homes built in the late 1970s in a community featuring a community lake as well as a community pool, spa and tennis courts. The Sweetwater neighborhood features a variety of home styles from contemporary to territorial style homes, and most of these single family homes were constructed in 1970 and 1971.
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Condominium complexes in this area include Phoenician Pines Condominium, Bell Lakes, Olive Green Villas, Meadows Condominium, Avalon Hills Condominium, Via Citta Condominium, and Bellair.
Things To Do: There are several community parks that dot this large area including Cortez Park, Sweetwater Park, Conocido Park, Sunnyslope Park and Mariposa Park. There are dozens of smaller shopping centers and strip malls within this area such as Metrocenter, Glendale Market Square, and Rancho Encanto Plaza Shopping Center.
Schools: This area is served primarily by the Washington Elementary School District and the Glendale Union High School District and include schools such as Ironwood Elementary, Sunrise Elementary, Cactus Wren Elementary, Acacia Elementary, Desert Sky Middle School, Desert Foothills Middle School, Cortez High School, Apollo High School and Cactus High School.