Mummy Mountain is known as one of the most desirable areas in Paradise Valley. Mummy Mountain Park area stretches south to north from Lincoln Drive to Foothills Drive and west to east from Mummy Mountain to 64th Street. The 320 acres of residential land that weave through its foothills is gratefully protected by the Mummy Mountain Preserve Trust, meaning no future development throughout the area in a plan to preserve it as one of our great national treasures: natural open space. Homes in the area range in size from approximately 1600 square feet to over 21,000 square feet. Lot sizes in the area range from 7000 square feet to over 10 acre estate lots.
Mummy Mountain Park sits on the north slopes of Mummy Mountain with views of the north and east valley. It has easy access to all of Arizona's great cities. It is has many great things to offer, from spectacular mountain and desert views to amazing city lights at night. The sky is the limit on architectural styles in Mummy Mountain Park. The design of the homes here is well worthy of the unique surroundings, which they blend into perfectly. You'll find Modern, Contemporary, Spanish, Santa Barbara, Tuscan, and more, including eclectic homes with touches of all of the above.
The public schools for Mummy Mountain Norte and Mummy Mountain Estates are the highly rated 3 C's; Cherokee Elementary, Cocopah Jr High and Chaparral High School. The closest private school is west on Doubletree at Tatum, Tesseract School.
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We represent both sellers and buyers for all homes in Mummy Mountain Park, Paradise Valley, AZ. From a basic, single story property to a custom estate, trust the Kelly Cook Real Estate Group to ensure your end goals are met.[idx-listings community="Mummy Mountain" propertytypes="282" orderby="Price" orderdir="DESC" count="50" showlargerphotos="true"]