Overview of Deer Valley
The 57 square miles that make up the urban village of Deer Valley Phoenix are the perfect mixture of well-established and ripe for development. Over the years, the area has been rapidly growing from residential development as well as new business; making it an increasingly ideal place to live and work. Deer Valley also happens to be a beautiful place to live. Honoring its Southwestern heritage in style with desert landscaping, petroglyph reproductions, and adobe architecture, residents of this region enjoy both mountain views and breathtaking sunsets. Whether you’re a Phoenix native or moving here for work, there are plenty of reasons to call Deer Valley home. Keep reading to learn more!
Deer Valley Phoenix Rental Market
There is a broad range of affordable and luxury housing available for rent in this region. Most of our Deer Valley apartments are situated near the core of village, which is specifically located at the crossroads of Interstate 17 and Loop 101 freeways. This is also where you will find a majority of the commercial and shopping areas, so most people living in this area don’t have to drive far to complete their everyday errands.
Apartments in Deer Valley start as low as $490 for a one bedroom, while the high-end 3 bedroom apartments max out around $1500. Not only is living in Deer Valley affordable, a majority of the apartments in Phoenix come equipped with a pool due to the year-round warm weather. Some of the more expensive apartment options come with modern furnishings, state-of-the-art workout facilities, and resort style landscaping. No matter what your needs or your budget; Deer Valley has rentals that will fit your lifestyle.
Food & Entertainment in Deer Valley
Whether you’re a shopaholic, an expert hiker, or you just enjoy relaxing by the pool, Deer Valley has a plethora of activities to choose from. The most frequented stomping ground for residents of the area is the Deer Valley Towne Center. Here you can find a variety of local and ethnic cuisine, update your wardrobe at one of the many big box stores, or escape the Phoenix heat at the movie theater. For the more outdoorsy types, the Adobe Dam Regional Park offers everything from golf to kart racing. Boasting a water park near the Adobe Dam as well as an outdoor sports complex, this location is a recreationist’s dream. Deer Valley also has live horse racing at Turf Paradise and is just a short commute from some of the best hiking in the city. There are even some annual events, like Deer Valley Days which is a festival of civic pride.
Pet Friendly Deer Valley Apartments
Lucky for you, if you have a four-legged friend living with you, finding a Deer Valley apartment will be easy as pie. Nearly all of our rentals in Deer Valley are pet friendly, and some even provide waste bins and doggy bags to make the whole bathroom business just a little bit more convenient (although they can’t take away the smell, sorry everyone).
Plus, with a nearby PetSmart, animal hospital, and pet training academy, your furry friends will always have treats, tricks, and healthy bits!
Commuting From Deer Valley
As we pointed out earlier, the core of Deer Valley and the main residential areas are very close to the intersection of Interstate 17 and Loop 101 freeways. Commuting in any direction by highway is very simple and efficient. Most people who choose to live in Deer Valley also work in or around that area, but if by chance you are commuting to Downtown your trip can take up to an hour depending on the flow of traffic.
Education Options in Deer Valley
The public schools in this region tend to score well and are highly rated among the community. The schools in this zone are: Paseo Hills Elementary School; Deer Valley Middle School; and Barry Goldwater High School. If you have super young kids, there are several trusted options for pre-school in the area. If you want to go the private school route, we suggest researching the Brightmont Academy’s Deer Valley Campus.