City Energy, Country Calm: Have It Both Ways at the “Estates at Phoenix South Mountain”
Want urban vibe? The “Estates at Phoenix South Mountain” is just a 15-minute drive to the heart of downtown Phoenix, hub of the fourth fastest-growing tech region in the US.
Nestled in the Phoenix South Mountain foothills are homes in the range of $500,000 and up. Right across the street is the 2.49 acres not yet with housing.
Custom Builders and Developers Welcome
The 2.49 acres is one of the Cox family’s last 7 parcels of estate view homesites on the slope of South Mountain with spectacular views of permanent mountain open space to the south and the Phoenix skyline to the north.
Experience great restaurants, major league sports, shopping, museums, concerts, and world class universities--all within eight miles of the “Estates at Phoenix South Mountain.”
Near South Mountain Park
A beautiful landscape to realize your luxurious vision of home.
Custom Builds, Developers Welcome
Schools, Fire Station, Restaurants, Golf Courses, Horseback Riding
Ease into evening watching the beautiful Arizona sunset.
Culture, Commerce, Food, and Fun
South Mountain Park - Enjoy the beauty and recreational benefits of the majestic mountains of the largest municipal park
Estates at Phoenix South Mountain
Estate Living, Urban Convenience
Best of Both Worlds
19th Avenue (north side) Ma-Ha-Tauk Trailhead (Excerpt from South Mountain Park Website)
At the end of 19th Ave., south of Dobbins Road
*Great News* this Trailhead is getting even better - see south mountain park preserve website
[Moderate- Mostly smooth, variable width] T-Bone Trail
Access: this trail is on the northeast side of the Ma-Ha-Tauk trailhead parking area. Description: Follow the trail and posts going east on easy to moderate terrain, then a short ascent up a rocky section near Big Ramada, continuing around the hill platform and along gradually descending to the Max Delta trail junction.
Distance: 1.0 miles
Difficulty: Easy to Moderate; main user group are horse riders; loose sandy areas exist
Elevation change: 160 feet approximately
[Moderate - difficult, uneven surface] Ma-ha-tauk Trail
Access: this trail is on the south end of the Ma-Ha-Tauk trailhead parking area, next to the kiosk trail map sign.
Distance: 1.5 miles
Difficulty: Moderate to difficult
Description: Trail starts off at 1320 feet elevation on a gradual incline, then starts up at a hard ascent to the cross cut trail junction, at 1.0 mile of 1860 feet elevation. The trail continues along traversing the hill for 0.5 to end at the Max Delta trail.
Elevation change: 540 feet
Nature and Nightlife - Hiking and Biking Trails to the South Downtown Phoenix to the North
Enlarged section of South Mountain Park's Official Trail Map.
Shows Ma-Ha-Tauk Trailhead at 19th Avenue just south of property.
Point shown is approximate - Actual parcels are virgin, undeveloped land located between 19th Avenue and 23rd Avenue (to the East and West) and Dobbins and Olney (to the North and South)
Need to relax? Recreation surrounded by the awesomely beautiful Sonoran Desert is just outside your door. The “Estates at Phoenix South Mountain” has direct access to hiking, equestrian, and cycling trails in South Mountain Park, the world’s largest municipal park.
Ride your horse from your home into 16,000 acres of permanent open space. Test your agility by mountain biking the Arizona Trail along the mountain crest in the park. Hang glide off the south side of the mountain for spectacular views across the Gila River Indian Reservation. Keep fit cycling up Summit Road, then race back down and stop for New Mexican food and a brew at a historic restaurant on Central Avenue. Jog with your dog beside the flowing water of the Telegraph Pass Canal within the “Estates at Phoenix South Mountain.” Play a round at one of the many golf courses to choose from in a 10-mile radius. Then kick back on your patio and enjoy great views of sunsets over the Estrella Mountains while the city lights of Phoenix begin to sparkle.
Panoramic view from one of the sites