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Where is Fountain Hills? Fountain Hills shares its western border with Scottsdale, Arizona and neighbors the Fort McDowell Yavapai Nation, and Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.
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Why the Home’s Views are So Magnificent
Fountain Hills sits on the eastern slope of the McDowell Mountains about 500 feet in elevation above Phoenix. This higher elevation separates the community from Scottsdale and the rest of Metro Phoenix.
So Far Yet So Close
And, although it seems like another world, Fountain Hills is just a short 25-minute drive from Phoenix Sky Harbor Airport. You get the best of both worlds if you choose to make Fountain Hills your home. You’re close to the city of Phoenix, but, you’re in a darling, artsy town.
The World Famous Fountain
The Fountain is 10 feet taller than the Notre Dame Cathedral and 110 feet higher than the Great Pyramid of Cheops in Egypt. It’s also three times as high as Old Faithful in Yellowstone Park! You can see the white plume of the fountain far beyond Fountain Hills. It can also be seen from as far away as Carefree, the Superstition Mountains and aircraft.
The Arts and Culture In Fountain Hills
Fountain Hills, Arizona, is loaded with fun things to do all year around, Art galleries are abundant such as Emerson Art Gallery. This gallery features the work of more than 30 local and national painters, sculptors and photographers. Most homes have a view of the McDowell and Four Peaks mountains. Additionally, the town’s signature 560-foot tall Fountain is located in the center of a 64-acre park. Fountain Hills is also home to one of the largest public art collections in the state of Arizona Register for Public Art Walks.
The River of Time Museum
This eclectic museum will teach you about the ancient people who passed through the Valley following the river for game and water. Addotionally, you’ll learn about the large communities that grew in Fountain Hills centuries ago, and, why they disappeared as well as how the Yavapai migrated throughout Central Arizona.