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The Upper Canyon At Silverleaf Listings Update – May 2022

The Upper Canyon At Silverleaf

Featuring some of the most expensive homes in America, the Upper Canyon at Silverleaf is quite the destination. With every luxury residence being custom built and behind a guard-gate, homes range in square footage from approx. 6,000 square feet to approx. 20,000 square feet. As of May 9th, 2022, per the MLS, there were 11 active homes for sale in Silverleaf’s Upper Canyon (and one Coming Soon). Out of the 11 active properties currently listed for sale on the Multiple Listing Service:

  • Listing prices ranged from $9,950,000 to $28,000,000
  • Average current days on market: 183
  • Average listing price: $15,051,363
  • Two homes were listed $24 million and over
  • Five homes were listed under $12 million
  • Square footages ranged from approx. 7,660 to 13,617
  • Average price per square foot was approx. $1378.69

Photo of home in Upper Canyon of Silverleaf.

Silverleaf Real Estate Opportunities

From the 11 incredible properties mentioned above to the luxury condos for sale at ICON at Silverleaf, DC Ranch’s Silverleaf appeals to discerning individuals. Williams Luxury Homes is a boutique team with over 150 years combined real estate experience. Located in the Greater Phoenix area, we are FULL TIME REALTORS. We know price-per-square-foot trends and understand the latest comparable sales. As a result, we’re able to help our clients understand Arizona’s market well. Thank you for stopping by LUXE BLOG.

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