Sober-living facility leaving Paradise Valley; home for sale for $1.1 million; Jordan Rose, founder and president of Rose Law Group, weighs in on ‘bad actors’

This nearly-4,000 square foot home in Paradise Valley is home to a sober-living center, but perhaps not for long. Zilllow/Phoenix New Times

By Joseph Flaherty | Phoenix New Times

A sober-living home that caused a small uproar in upscale Paradise Valley is on its way out.

The house, located at 6710 East Fanfol Drive, is listed for sale after prompting a complaint from the Town of Paradise Valley and concerns from neighbors. The sober-living home is currently home to a group of residents recovering from addiction under the auspices of Pinnacle Peak Recovery, a Scottsdale-based addiction treatment center.

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 “The number of bad actors we’re seeing across the valley in this industry is astounding. The good news is that in most cases there are ways communities can either limit these uses to a minimal impact or stop them altogether in residential neighborhoods.”

~Jordan Rose

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