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Superstition Mountain, Gold Canyon (above)

Acreage of community: 878 acres.

Home price range: $400,000’s to $12 million-plus.

Founded in: 1998.

Standout feature: The guard-gated community features two spectacular Nicklaus-designed golf courses and a wealth of resort-style amenities.

What’s new: In addition to custom home lots and semi-custom options, the developer recently added several spec homes to its roster of luxury real estate offerings.

Grayhawk, North Scottsdale

Acreage of community: Approximately 2,400 acres.

Home price range: $300,000 to $3 million-plus.

Founded in: 1996.

Standout feature: Two 18-hole championship golf courses that have both held PGA tour events; 30 miles of multi-use trails and 26 acres of turf including numerous greenbelts, pocket parks and playground areas; year-round community events; excellent schools and shopping within the community.

What’s new: The Grayhawk Community Association plans to renovate and update all of the community signs in the next one to two years.