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Alarm, Clubhouse, Controlled Access, Disability Access, Elevator, Emergency Maintenance, Extra Storage, Fitness Center, Gated Access, Hot Tub, On Site Patrol, Swimming Pool
*Sorry, no pets, 24-hour fitness center, Barbeque grills, Clubhouse with complete kitchen, Energy-conserving ceiling fans, Expansive carpeted private patios/balconies, Fish ponds, Heated pool and whirlpool spa, Large oversized closets, Patio/balcony with storage, Private garages available, Private gated entry, Public Transportation, Reserve covered parking, Spacious floor plans, Trash compactors, Washer/dryer in every unit, Woodburning fireplace
True Biltmore Living in the heart of the Camelback dining and entertainment corridor.
Located in the prestigious Arizona Biltmore Estates, Del Prado offers resort-style living at its finest in the heart of north central Phoenix. The lush setting borders Phoenix's premier Camelback Road shopping, dining, business and entertainment corridor, in addition to hiking and biking trails. Many apartment homes also feature spectacular views of Camelback Mountain, Squaw Peak and the adjacent Arizona Biltmore Hotel & Golf Club. Del Prado's central location is within 15 minutes of downtown Phoenix and Sky Harbor International Airport. 6, 9 and 12 month leases available.
$250 refundable security deposit, $175 non-refundable decorating fee, $25 application fee per applicant (non-refundable).
12 month leases available
No Pets. Call for service animal policy.
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Ratings & Reviews
Great service and facilities.
Friendly staff and hassle free process at the time of leaving.
November 29, 2013
Del Prado in the Arizona Biltmore Estates Resident
Although for the most part quite capable and professional, the resident manager can sometimes be difficult. A Read Morelthough mantenance did a great job, they were sometimes prevented by owners from properly addressing some issues (birds and critters nesting in the roof, for instance). We were lucky to move in when rents were very low (fall of 2009)- and it was a bargain for what we paid. Frankly, we probably couldn't afford the current rents at Del Prado... We moved out-of-state at the end of 2012.
December 5, 2013