Replay Destinations Plans New Private Residential Community, Ascent at The Phoenician

Real estate development company Replay Destinations has acquired development parcels at The Phoenician to build an all-new luxury private residential community.

Known as Ascent at The Phoenician, the planned residential community will sit at the foot of Camelback Mountain, overlooking the Phoenician Golf Club, projecting it to become a true legacy property in one of Arizona’s most celebrated locations.

Ascent at The Phoenician will consist of approximately 195 properties, including condominiums at the base of Camelback Mountain and Ascent Golf Villas along the first fairway of the Phoenician Golf Club. A planned private pool and fitness amenity tucked up against Camelback Mountain will be an intimate gathering place for wellness, socializing and relaxation.

With views overlooking the new Phoenician Golf Club and Camelback Mountain along with the city lights of Scottsdale, home designs will feature contemporary architecture integrating warm, natural materials, expansive windows and large outdoor living areas.

Residents will also have a limited opportunity to join a Phoenician Amenity Access Program that provides Ascent real estate owners with access to resort amenities, including the pools and fitness facility, as well as preferred pricing for golf, spa, food and beverage, and other services.

Reservations are now being accepted for the first release of luxury homes within the Ascent community – a limited collection of 30 golf villa homes situated on the first fairway of the new Phoenician Golf Club and adjacent to the golf clubhouse and new Phoenician Tavern Restaurant. Ranging from two bedrooms to three bedroom and den/office plans, the homes will offer spacious indoor living transitioning to generous outdoor living.

Priced from $1,785,000, the Ascent Golf Villas offer private two-car garages with additional storage. Generous outdoor living areas include spectacular upper level patio decks opening to views of the golf course and Camelback Mountain.

To learn more, visit www.ascentatthephoenician.com.

Photos: Facebook, Ascent at the Phoenician

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