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Renters’ Guide to North Mountain, Phoenix Arizona
One of the fifteen urban villages that make up Phoenix, the 35 square mile neighborhood of North Mountain is sandwiched between the smaller Alhambra community to its south and larger Deer Valley to its north. It enjoys weather that’s typical of Phoenix’s subtropical desert climate—long summers, mild winters and plenty of sunshine.How far is North Mountain from Downtown Phoenix?
Phoenix’s downtown lies just over 10 miles due south (roughly a 20 minute drive). And other major cities aren’t too far away either: Las Vegas is four and a half hours away, and the road to and Los Angeles takes five and a half hours.
North Mountain Village, Phoenix, AZ Demographics
- Total Population167,042
Female 82,497Male 84,545
- Median Age35.8
Cost of Living in North Mountain, Phoenix
North Mountain in inexpensive, especially when you compare its cost of living with other neighborhoods: 6% below Phoenix’s average and 8% below the national average. One month’s utilities shouldn’t cost more than $180, while eating out works out at almost exactly the national average: $50 for a good quality, three-course meal for two in a mid-range restaurant.
The cost of groceries sits just below the national average, and public transportation is cheap and readily available—with one-way tickets costing $2 and monthly passes $64. With no Amtrak train stations within 30 miles, however, carpooling is a popular choice.
Average Rent in North Mountain Village, Phoenix, AZ
- North Mountain Village, Phoenix, AZ Average Rental Price, January 2020 $994 /mo
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Living in North Mountain, Phoenix
One of the main benefits to living in North Mountain is its location. Blending natural beauty to the northeast with urban convenience to the south, it’s perfectly suited to those wanting the perks of city life without having to confine themselves to a sprawling metropolis. It’s also a neighborhood into which integration is easy; the North Mountain Visitor Center publishes a weekly calendar of local events that are sure to fit all tastes.
Things to do in North Mountain, Phoenix
Hiking is one of the most popular pursuits in North Mountain. The neighborhood is served by a number of multi-use trails of various lengths and difficulties. The vast, expansive Phoenix Mountain Preserve is the neighborhood’s focal point and one of the most beautiful places in North Mountain. But for those who love staying in shape but don’t fancy the great outdoors, there’s the ever-popular Anytime Fitness.
North Mountain has a wealth of recreational and retail-related things to do with family and kids. But remember, a short drive south will bring you Downtown Phoenix and all the cultural attractions, things to do and places of interest you’d expect from the US’s most populous state capital.
Employment and Economy in North Mountain
Most jobs in North Mountain are in the healthcare and retail industries. The John C. Lincoln North Mountain Hospital is one of the neighborhood’s main employers, but there are also four top companies (from the Fortune 500 group) that account for much of the employment around Phoenix and North Mountain.
North Mountain Village, Phoenix, AZ Households
- Total Number of Households64,351
Family 37,531Non-family 26,820
Children 19,382No Children 44,969
- Average People Per Household2.54
- Median Household Income$49,114
- Median Housing Costs Per Month$922
Education in North Mountain
Of the many public schools within the North Mountain neighborhood, Montessori Day Public School and Reid Traditional Schools consistently rank as outstanding. A handful of private schools also serve the community while, for higher education, Arizona State University West Campus sits on North Mountain’s western perimeter.
North Mountain Village, Phoenix, AZ Education Statistics
- No High School5%
- Some High School36%
- Some College28%
- Associate Degree8%
- Bachelor Degree15%
- Graduate Degree8%
Tips for Renting in North Mountain
Renters’ rights are well protected under Arizona law, but it’s still worth following a few tips when moving to North Mountain. All correspondence between tenants and landlords/agents should be in writing. Always keep a record of rent paid (most easily by requesting a receipt of payment). And remember that landlords cannot gain access to the property without proper notice.
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