Luxury Multi-Acre Community with Focus on Ultimate Garage Space in North Scottsdale

Frank Aazami’s Featured Property

“Endless Look/Feel possibilities”: This spectacular 45-acre Scottsdale property will feel like aviation hangar space attached to a luxury-home and includes nine exclusive lots — a stellar opportunity for those seeking an unparalleled lifestyle and extraordinary investment.

The premium site, 8755 East Dixeleta Drive, includes 26.96 of block-walled and gated acres for the ultimate private, secure compound; the remaining 17.78 acres fronting Pima Road can be accessed from Via Dona Road. The property has no HOA obligations or site conditions other than the R-190 zoning at the moment.


“This is your chance to develop a by-invite-only luxury community,” says Frank Aazami, principal of the Private Client Group of Russ Lyon | Sotheby’s International Realty, Scottsdale.

Most utilities are in place: city of Scottsdale water; Southwest Gas; APS power; available sewer on adjacent Pima Road, which connects Scottsdale and Carefree/Cave Creek to the north. A crossing light at Pima Road and Dixileta Drive provides access to state land trails west. State Route 101 is about five miles south; this links with S.R. 51 south and with I-17, north to Flagstaff and south to I-10 East for Los Angeles.

Hiking, biking and trail riding opportunities are in the McDowell Sonoran Conservancy, McDowell Mountain Park and the Phoenix Mountain Preserve, and many shopping, dining, entertainment and cultural opportunities are available in north Phoenix and Scottsdale.


Real estate pro Peter Zaidan, a Russ Lyon associate, is principal of “Homes4CarGuys” and an advocate of this project; he will be promoting this opportunity at several key car shows hosted and sponsored by Highline Autos. Look for Peter’s booth at Barrett-Jackson Scottsdale in January, the Wings & Wheels event in March as well as Cars and Coffee events; pick up a rendering package of the property or discuss your next GreatGarage move with him.

This Dixeleta Dream property has an interesting history, the owner explains. He bought it from a man who built a helicopter pad, landed a helicopter, and the city immediately enacted an ordinance against it because of the noise to existing and future homes. He also constructed a race track. “It’s a miniature of a sanctioned track he won a race on,” the owner explains. “He got it permitted as a sidewalk.”

In particular, the owner and Aazami visualize this “GreatGarage” development to promote the popularity of car auctions taking place in the Valley throughout January. The community would include nine trophy-style luxury garage custom residences; indoor outdoor living; and options for double-overheight RV bays and multiple spaces for a car collection.


A community center would have concierge-level amenities, such as dining and spa rooms. Common grounds might also have walking paths, a putting green, pickleball, tennis, heated swimming pool and spa, gardens and an entertainment patio(s).

“This would be a Valley first, platinum-level living, hospitality plus-plus-plus, with homes customized to the most demanding ideas and needs,” Aazami says.

Architect Mark B. Candelaria, AIA, founder of the award-winning Candelaria Design Associates LLC in Scottsdale, notes: “Frank and I are hearing from so many of our collector clients who have expressed the desire to potentially transition into a primary setup residence in Scottsdale.” He adds: “Creating a lifestyle experience is our specialty.”


The two men believe a high-end community such as this can only enhance future value. Imagine custom-designing your next single-family home, focusing on your car collection, health, exercise, pleasures and amenities, he suggests.

“Adding family members would enhance the experience and provide a unique way of living,” Candelaria says. “Our Candelaria Design team looks forward to collaborating with the Aazami Private Client Group in conceptualizing this amazing property.”

This rare and exceptional property is offered at $9 million. Photos are at and videos, and For a tour, call or text Frank Aazami, 480.266.0240, or email him,