Semi-custom home community, Scottsdale Mountain Villas, broke ground in North Scottsdale along the Shea Corridor.

An area that is currently seeing an infill boom, Scottsdale Mountain Villas is nestled among the Scottsdale Mountains at 134th Way and Coyote Road, just north of Via Linda.

Consisting of 10 quarter-acre homesites, the development offers home buyers peaceful desert living, close to the amenities of the city.

Luxury home industry veteran, Tom Carlson of TDLC Development, has created Scottsdale Mountain Villas. Carlson is most known for two decades spent with Geoffrey H. Edmunds & Associates.

“The Shea Corridor is a very desirable area of North Scottsdale that is currently seeing a surge in small, semi-custom home developments. Scottsdale Mountain Villas takes advantage of the area’s prime desert location, while offering flexible floor plans with luxury amenities that cater to a variety of needs,” Carlson said.

Known for his high quality craftsmanship, Carlson has designed two floor plans, offering extraordinary details and countless options to create a customizable home to fit any lifestyle.

Homes range from 3,750 to 4,301 square feet and are available with three and four bedrooms, as well as choices for flex space, a study, formal dining room, wine room, an outdoor shower, and guest casita, plus many more additions.

The development is currently underway, with construction of the second spec home beginning soon. Home prices start at $899,000.