El Maro is a very nice community of homes, and even though it is gated, it isn't a guarded complex. The monthly HOA dues are $350 and recently 2 homes closed escrow in El Maro. The sales prices were $2,850,000 and $3,100,000, although at the moment there isn't an El Maro home listed for sale.
Two of my company's listings in the Town of Paradise Valley closed in May. . .3270 E. Palo Verde Dr. at $1,450,000 & 6149 N. Hogahn Dr. at $970,000, and neither of these were in gated enclaves, but the neighborhoods were excellent ones. There are other gated areas in PV that aren't as pricey as El Maro and if you would like me to forward you some listing descriptions and photos of several current MLS listings, please let me know. Thank you.
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El Maro is a lovely gated community, that is adjacent to Camelback Golf Club, which is currently being renovated and should be reopening in October. There is no guard on duty.
Community features include: Children's Playground; Community Tennis Court(s).
The HOA fee includes: Common Area Maintance; Street Maintenance
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El Maro Estates is Not guard gated, it is a gated subdivision and you will need a code to access the subdivision. No they do not have a guard on site or patrolling the neighborhood but itâ€™s a really tight knit community and subdivision with only 17 within the gates. There is a few guard gated subdivision in Paradise Valley. Do not hesitate to call, email, or text if you have any further questions. Hope this helps.
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