Marana Arizona Real Estate

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Marana Homes by Subdivision
Continental Ranch Homes Continental Reserve Homes
Sunflower Homes Silverbell Place Homes
Villages at Dove Mountain Homes Heritage Highlands Homes
Bluffs at Dove Mountain Homes The Preserve at Dove Mountain Homes
Tangerine Crossing Homes Dos Lagos at Dove Mountain Homes
The Gallery At Dove Mountain Canyon Pass at Dove Mountain Homes
Sonoran Preserve Homes Butterfly Mountain Homes
Saguaro Ranch Homes Sky Ranch Homes
Garden Estates Homes  Blue Agave at Dove Mountain
San Lucas Homes  Gladden Farm Homes  
All Dove Mountain Homes      

 

 

Living in MARANA, ARIZONA
Originally, an area overgrown with thickets of dense mesquite, the name Marana comes from the Spanish word meaning a jungle or impassable tangle. An amalgamation of the rural with the commercial, Marana is a pleasant community and the main center of trade for approximately 500 square miles of rural area. Also a center for ranching and farming, this area has been prime farmland over centuries. Using the water supply from the joining of the Santa Cruz River and Brawley Wash, Indians grew corn, squash, beans and cotton. With the coming of the Spanish in the 18th century came the first cattle ranches, but “Modern” Marana came into being with the railroad in 1881.

Climate:
Marana has about 282 sunny days every year. In July, the temperature can be as much as 103 degrees and can dip to 34 degrees in January. However, there is no snowfall on average, and around 37 days of precipitation yield about 11 inches per year of rain. The climate is comfortable, without inconveniences of floods or snowstorms.

Attractions nearby:
With a variety of recreation available within an hour’s drive, Marana is well situated. The site of Arizona’s only Civil War battle, Picacho Peak State Park is noted for camping, picnic spots and nature trails. 20 miles east is the Catalina State Park. There are other attractions like the San Xavier Mission and Pima Air Museum, to name some.
It is an educational area, with the Saguaro National Monument a few miles south, within which is the world-renown Arizona Sonora Desert Museum with exhibits of native wildlife and Old Tucson Studios.

Amenities:
In Marana, there is a library, recreation center and senior center. There are tennis courts, parks and a swimming pool for the residents. Citizens can enjoy their leisure hours in these parks like Christopher Columbus Park and Ora Mae Harn Park.
Schools are well known, the best being Marana Middle School, Estes Elementary and Redeemer Evangelical Lutheran Church & School. Children are well looked after and, due to the available activities, lead a healthy lifestyle in a close-knit community.
Given the conditions, Marana is an ideal location to invest in real estate, whether to relocate to or as a retirement home.

 

Newly Listed Marana Homes

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