One of the Sweetwater Corridor’s largest subdivisions at 320 acres, Shea North was developed as half- to three-quarter acre horse properties. Remember, when these homes were built, there were no homes north of Thunderbird. Original owners recall saddling up at sunset to ride to Pinnacle Peak Steakhouse. The homes were a good quality at the time and the initial landscaping was bare ground with an expectation that the buyers would build out there corrals and barns. Today, Shew North has undergone many renovations, remodels, and rebuilds. Many lots are now landscaped but the predominant theme is Sonoran desert. The original home, when you can find it, offers great potential but if you have horses you will probably have to trailer them north to go riding.