If you’re like us, then you are squirming in your seat with excitement for the new Ritz-Carlton hotel and residences in PV to open up.
While we’ve still got a bit to wait (the goal is to open the doors by the end of 2018), we do have some eye candy to feed us through the next year.
And, want to know the best part?
There are a limited number of Villas available for viewing and purchase.
Keep reading for more info.
Ritz-Carlton Villas, Paradise Valley
When the Villas were first placed on the market last year, ALL of them were reserved in just ONE day. The crazy hype over these homes set an Arizona record of more than $250 million in real estate.
Over the last year, as has happened with many of changes, life changes have occurred for some of those who reserved the Villas, and thus some of the reservations have been opened up to people who weren’t lucky enough to grab one on the one day they were available.
So what are the deets on the Villas?
Ranging from 1,700 to over 4,500 square feet, these single-level Villas reside within seven separate two and three-story buildings.
You have your choice of one, two, three, and four bedrooms homes, and a bonus den in most of them.
You’re looking at a price tag of anywhere between $1 million, to $5 million, depending on size.
And, as you can guess, the design on these Villas is nothing short of luxurious.
Floor-to-ceiling windows offering unparalleled views of the desert and mountains, versatile spaces, kitchens boasting Wolf and Sub-Zero appliances, formal entry foyers, and so much more is what you will find in your new Ritz-Carlton Villa.
So how do I get one?
If you’re interested in grabbing up one of the available Villas before they’re gone again, they are available to view by appointment only. You can contact The Residence Gallery at 866.779.7489 to set up your showing today.
The Villas are a piece of the much larger Ritz-Carlton package coming to Paradise Valley. The 20-acre hotel will offer up North America’s largest resort pool, a 14,000 square-foot spa, a citrus orchard, herb garden, and more than you could ever imagine.
In all, the Ritz Carlton coming to Paradise Valley will be a 122-acre heaven for both travelers and locals alike.