Welcome to McCormick Ranch
This unique and proud neighborhood is located in the heart of Scottsdale, along the city’s eastern boundary. Surrounded by a combination of high-end restaurants, shops, and small businesses, McCormick Ranch remains one of the largest master-planned communities in Arizona.
Amenities in this historical neighborhood include the scenic McCormick Ranch resort golf club, the nearby McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park, Mustang Scottsdale public library, and a number of parks and community centers within the region. The expansive Scottsdale Pavilions shopping center is also nearby, just east of the community. Because of it’s ideal location, all major Scottsdale attractions are just a short drive away!
PERFECT FORResidents looking to live in an established master planned community that is neither north Scottsdale nor Old Town
NOT SO PERFECT FORThose who need fast food very nearby
THE LIFESTYLESlower paced luxury living with great restaurants and shopping surrounding the area
THE MARKETHigh-end single family homes and patio homes
YOU'LL FALL IN LOVE WITHRiding the trains at the nearby McCormick-Stillman Railroad Park, a unique park to say the least!
The Jolly family was the first to settle on McCormick Ranch’s land in 1921. They built a ranch and home on 160 acres located at what is today the corner of Scottsdale and Indian Bend roads. After selling the land to Merle Cheney in 1942, Cheney immediately sold it to the McCormick family. Fowler and Anne McCormick were a key component in the development of McCormick Ranch. Within the next 15 years of ownership, they expanded their property by purchasing additional parcels of land surrounding the area. When Anne died in 1970, about 4,300 acres of the land was sold to Kaiser-Aetna for $12.1 million. The development of the master-planned community was incorporated in 1972, and paved the way for other large-scale communities within Scottsdale such as Scottsdale Ranch, Gainey Ranch, McDowell Mountain Ranch, and DC Ranch.
McCormick Ranch is home to approximately 27,000 people within 67 subdivisions. The average home value is around $370,000, which is a little higher than average for the Phoenix metropolitan area. With more than 25 miles of biking routes, plenty of parks and green grass, public tennis courts, 130 acres of man-made lakes, and excellent school options close by, McCormick Ranch has a lot to offer homeowners and potential homebuyers.