Boasting breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains, the name of this luxurious guard-gated community literally means "without cares." Living up to its wonderful name, over 70 percent of Sincuidados is dedicated to NAOS land, or "natural area open space." The community features gently rolling adobe walls and quiet private streets lined with stunning homes – all intimately nestled into the lush high Sonoran desert of North Scottsdale, Arizona, and all enjoying magnificent views of the boulder-strewn terrain of Pinnacle Peak, Lone Mountain and Troon Mountain. Staffed by gate-hosts, the main entrance of Sincuidados is located at 30600 North Pima Road.
Roughly bounded by Lone Mountain and Dixileta on the north/south ends and Pima and Scottsdale Roads on the east/west sides, the superbly located real estate within Sincuidados consists of three sections with approximately 400 homes and homesites snuggled on nearly a square mile. Lot sizes range from just under an acre to a shy two acres and all of the homes are flattered by a soft southwestern ambience. Community amenities include newly resurfaced lighted tennis courts and a lovely clubhouse sporting a nicely appointed kitchen and spacious meeting rooms.
The serene interior streets of Sincuidados are designed to leisurely curve around the community; in fact, over a dozen cozy cul-de-sacs are scattered throughout, adding to the tranquil look and feel. It's important to note that three sides of the community are gated (on Pima, Dixileta and Lone Mountain), ensuring residents never have far to drive to enter or leave the neighborhood. Nearby are numerous championship golf courses as well as all of the fine dining and shopping found in Scottsdale, plus, thanks to easy access to the Loop 101, it's just a quick zip into Phoenix for business, sports events or pleasure.
A little history: A large parcel (alternately described as 40 acres or 78 acres; either way, a huge piece of prime real estate) originally intended to be Section 4 of Sincuidados was purchased in the 1980s by local philanthropists H.B. and Jocelyn Wallace. It was then donated by the Wallaces to the Mountain Preserve so that generations to come would have access to the mountain and desert trails as well as unobstructed views of the area's rugged landscape. The land is protected via a conservation easement under rules agreed to with the Desert Foothills Land Trust. Along with this gorgeous preserved land, Sincuidados also includes the 11-acre Wallace Botanical Garden featuring hundreds of cacti and other desert specimens and plantings.