Time lapse view from one of the sites.
Although this particular trail is located North of Phoenix, the Sonoran Desert landscape is the same as in South Mountain Preserve
Princeton-educated attorney, Leander Jackson "L.J." Cox moved his law practice to Arizona in the early 1900's shortly after Arizona statehood. L.J. and his wife Vollie, happily homesteaded the property in 1923. It was the right place to teach their three children Simpson, Teresa, and L.J. Jr., a love of nature and the great satisfaction of civic involvement.
Current zoning is R1-10. The property is in an area of existing high-end custom homes.
You’re close to everything your family needs. The “Estates at Phoenix South Mountain” is located in a village with a full range of services and retail stores. There is a hospital, police station, fire station, and post office within five miles. The closest shopping center, a mile and a half away, has a grocery store, Lowe’s home improvement store, Starbuck’s, a bank, restaurants, and a CVS pharmacy. Neighborhood farms sell organic produce and cage-free eggs. Horse and pet owners will find feed and tack stores, pet food stores, and veterinarians nearby.
There is a wide choice of schools, from public K-12 to charter schools. South Mountain Community College—a campus of the world’s largest community college system—offers two-year degrees, preparation to transfer to four-year degree programs, as well as cultural enrichment classes and activities. Cesar Chavez Public Library serves the neighborhood. It is one of the most beautiful libraries in metro Phoenix, overlooking a lake and South Mountain Park. Religious institutions of many faiths reflect the area’s cultural and ethnic diversity.What are you waiting for? .
Alan J. Cox
PO Box 33863
Phoenix, AZ 85067
Ph. (602) 423-4023
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Sunsets photographed from the property
Estates at Phoenix South Mountain
Simpson married Charlotte Lockwood, and the Cox family joined another distinguished Arizona family. The Lockwoods had arrived in Arizona in the 1800's. The Lockwoods, like the Cox family, were active in shaping the growing Phoenix community. Charlotte's father served on the Arizona Superior Court starting in 1913. He then served on the Arizona Supreme Court from 1925 to 1943, becoming Chief Justice in 1929. Charlotte's sister, Lorna E. Lockwood became the first woman to head any state court system when she was sworn in as Chief Justice of the Arizona Supreme Court in 1965. Previously, Lorna was the first woman on the Arizona Superior Court, starting in 1951, and the first woman on the Arizona Supreme Court, starting in 1961.