Scottsdale (South)

Winfield Scott planted olive trees on Second Street in 1896.  Scott developed part of Scottsdale which was originally named Orangedale.  A Rhode Island Banker named Albert G. Utley originally started developing Orangedale with William J Murphy.  Utley gave directions to his area development (around present Scottsdale Road and Indian School Road) referring to Scott's citrus groves (which were close in proximity). The local paper (Arizona Republican - today's Arizona Republic) referred to Orangedale as Scottsdale in error.  This gave huge publicity to the area!  Utley eventually amended his original Orangedale to Scottsdale with the County Recorder.

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$425,000
Scottsdale, AZ
3
beds
2
baths
Listing courtesy of My Home Group Real Estate ARMLS
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$936,000
Scottsdale, AZ
3
beds
3.5
baths
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$799,888
Scottsdale, AZ
5
beds
3.5
baths
Listing courtesy of North & Co ARMLS
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$699,000
Scottsdale, AZ
3
beds
2
baths
Listing courtesy of Realty Executives ARMLS
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$729,000
Scottsdale, AZ
4
beds
2.5
baths
Listing courtesy of Realty Executives ARMLS
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