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Ahwatukee Diamond Ridge I

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Sold History

20174$560,000 $506,750
20162$475,000 $447,500
20152$565,000 $507,500
20145$494,000 $462,200
20133$530,000 $423,333
20122$405,000 $387,500
20114$470,500 $447,875
20101$450,000 $450,000
20091$451,000 $451,000

About Diamond Ridge I

House Sqft:2,600 to 3,800
Lot Sqft:10K to 15K (1 acre = 43,560 sqft)
Community:Mountain Park Ranch
Year Built:1987-1991
Number of Homes:60

Nestled within the Mountain Park Ranch neighborhood is a small, gated community called Ahwatukee Diamond Ridge I. A paradise for families who love to spend time outdoors, Ahwatukee Diamond Ridge I offers its own private park complete with trees, grassy areas, walking paths, and more.

Ahwatukee Diamond Ridge I is certainly an attractive place to raise children, partly because of the lush green parks and definitely because of the school systems. The neighborhood is within walking distance of Mountain Pointe High School, Kyrene Centennial Middle School, and Kyrene de la Colina Elementary School. The schools in the Kyrene district are award-winning. Additionally, there are several well-respected private and charter schools close by as well.

Although Diamond Ridge I has the feel of being miles away from everything, it is still conveniently close to things to do. In fact, the community is just a short walk from a grocery store, a selection of eating establishments, and Sun Ray Park, which is one of the three large and attractive parks in the area. Whenever you and your family want a night out on the town or a day under the sun, you will find something to do close to your house.