Stephanie Anderson

ABR, CDPE, Associate Broker,
Luxury Collection Specialist

Mobile 602-315-3633
Direct Fax 480-323-2897

Connie Edelman

ABR, Associate Broker
Luxury Collection Specialist

Mobile 602-697-3767
Direct Fax 480-393-1760


About Mirabel

This North Scottsdale private guard-gated golf community is consistently ranked by Golf Digest among the best private clubs in the US.  The 713 acre property sits at nearly 3000 feet elevation with panoramic mountain and desert views. Luxury custom homes in the distinctive southwest style and home sites are available.

Mirabel Club

The magnificent 37000 square foot Desert Lodge Clubhouse offers first class ambiance, indoor and outdoor dining and activities to members including winemaker dinners and Spaghetti Sundays.  The fire-lit patio is perfect for a relaxing cocktail with friends.

Pool and Spa

A large resort-style pool with cabanas is available for member use and offers a casual pool-side dining menu.  An on-site full service spa offers massage and skin-care treatments.  A Salon offering a full range of salon and barber services is also available.

Tennis and Fitness

The Mirabel Tennis Garden features four Har-Tru Clay tennis courts with viewing terraces.  Comprehensive tennis instruction is also available. The fitness facility offers cardio and strength equipment. Professional trainers and instructors offer classes in Yoga, Zumba, Aerobics and more.

Mirabel Golf Club

Tom Fazio designed the 18 hole, par-71 golf course at Mirabel which offers a unique experience to golfers of all levels with outstanding desert and mountain views from all areas of the course.

Membership and Community Association

Membership caps were recently lowered to 250 golf members and 50 social members. Mirabel has a market-based sale policy with membership currently selling between $48,000 - $58,000 for full golf membership and low $20k for a social membership. Property ownership is not required. Monthly dues are $1250 for golf and $415 for social. All residents are members of the community association with a cost of $850 quarterly.

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