Troon Village is a diverse master planned community built around Troon Mountain.  Home styles range from townhomes to semi-custom and custom spec homes; or purchase a residential homesite and  create your dream home from the ground up.  Homeowners can enjoy the Troon Country Club, where both social and golf memberships are available.  The gorgeous golf course was designed by Tom Weiskopf and Jay Morrish and features a luxurious 50,000 square foot Clubhouse.  The Clubhouse features a swimming pool, sport court, tennis courts, and fitness center.  If you are looking for a beautiful, peaceful community to raise your children or enjoy your retirement, take a look at Troon Village.

Located in beautiful North Scottsdale, Troon Village is a large-scale residential golf community.  Offering a wide array of high-end residential options, Troon Village has something for everyone.  Townhomes and single-family residences start at under $500,000, while larger custom homes can reach well over $2 million.  Half-acre lots can also be purchased from $250,000 to upwards of $1 million.

Troon Country Club, part of Troon Village offers a world class golf course designed by Jay Morrish and Tom Weiskopf and includes many other luxurious amenities.  Lifestyle living at its finest includes Golf Membership ($95,000 initiation fee, $625/mo), Social Memberships ($5,900 + $235/mo) and breathtaking views of the McDowell Mountains and city lights (free).  For those who enjoy an actively lifestyle, a full fitness club offers swimming and tennis.

Although near in proximity to Phoenix, Troon Village rests at an elevation of 2,400 feet which allows residents to enjoy cooler temperatures than the rest of the valley.  Developed with careful regard for the environment, Troon Village has maintained the pristine serenity of the surrounding Sonoran Desert, allowing residents to enjoy the natural beauty that backdrops this desert oasis.

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