Ancala is a wonderful, guard-gated golf community located in central Scottsdale, nestled into the Mc Dowell Mountains. Housing options range from production homes with more compact floorplans up to gorgeous custom hillside estates. The Ancala Country Club features an 18-hole, recognized course developed by Dye.
Here is a look at home sales activity in Ancala for 2012. The first chart looks at homes currently on the market as well as pending home sales.
This second chart looks at Ancala home sales in 2012. It includes activity from Q1 2012 as well as year-to-date sales through June 18th.
As you can see, the pace of sales between Q1 and Q2 is almost identical. The average sales price and cost per square foot has increased between Q1 and Q2, most likely helped by the very large sale ($3.2M) in Q2. What is interesting to note is that the average pending sales price and average sales price are above $1 million. In many communities, we have been seeing sales being more heavily weighted toward the lower-priced inventory. This is good news for Ancala homeowners.
More Information about Ancala Golf Community in Scottsdale
Ancala is a wonderful community in central Scottsdale. Because the community was built within the Mc Dowell Mountains, many homes in Ancala have amazing city lights and valley views. Ancala is guard-gated and centrally-located to great shopping, dining and entertainment.
Residents of Ancala have access to the Ancala Park which offers a variety of amenities including a play area and swing set, basketball hoops, BBQs, picnic tables and more.
Like many Scottsdale golf communities, you do not have to be a member of the Ancala Golf and Country Club to live in Ancala. However, many residents opt to become members to take advantage of the challenging, yet fun golf course, the tennis complex, pool and fitness center. The Clubhouse has a very active social calendar as well. Golf and social memberships are offered to potential members.
Disclaimer: Information herein deemed reliable but not guaranteed. Data and information was pulled from the Arizona Regional MLS (ARMLS) as of 6/18/2012 and can change at any time. The analysis looks at home sale activity in the golf community of Ancala in Scottsdale, Arizona. This blog represents the opinion of the author. No warranties implied or expressed.
Copyright © 2012 Heather Tawes Nelson