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Northwest

This area includes the towns of Marana, Oro Valley, Catalina as well as unincorporated parts of Pima County. Major communities include Continental Ranch, Continental Reserve, Sunflower, Gladden Farms, Ironwood Reserve, San Lucas, Sky Ranch, Dove Mountain, Rancho Vistoso, and Saddlebrook.

 

Central

This area includes historic University, Sam Hughes, and Fort Lowell districts. Much of this housing is affordable, but elegant. Communities such as Colona Solona and El Encanto provide fine luxury housing within a short commute of downtown and the University of Arizona.

 

East

The East was Tucson's first major growth corridor during the 1960's and 1970's. It offers a wide range of housing options including affordable homes and townhomes in an urban setting to one-acre home sites in well established neighborhoods like the Tucson Country Club and Wilshire Terrace. Newer master planned communities include Rancho Valencia, Sierra Morado and Vista Montana Estates.

 

Tanque Verde

This area is located on the far east side of the metropolitan Tucson area. It is characterized by upscale homes that are on ½ to 5 acre parcels in rolling lush desert. This area has a number of planned projects such as the Lakes at Castle Rock, River Haven, Bel Air Ranch Estates, and 49ers Country Club.

 

South

This area has a wide range of housing opportunity from very expensive to Tucson's most affordable housing geared at first time home buyers. Some of the popular areas include the large community of Rita Ranch, the wonderful resort like Star Pass, the uniqueTucson Mountain area, and the upscale Rocking K Ranch.

The Civano neighborhood is unique that the homes are very energy efficient (AKA green). Rancho Sahuarita, Rancho Del Lago, Julian Ranch, Tucson Mountain Sanctuary, Star Valley, Sycamore Canyon, Mesquite Ranch, Desert Willow Estates, Jennifer Meadows, Barrio de Tubac, Sierra Morado are some of the new master planned communities in the area.

Some of the biggest master planned retirement communities area also found in this south area. These include Las Brisas at Rancho Resort, Green Valley, Fairfield, Quail Creek Country Club, Santa Rita Springs, and Yerba Buena Ranch.

 

Foothills

Metropolitan Tucson's most up-scale area is the foothills area. Located north of the Rillito river to the Santa Catalina Mountains, and outside the City of Tucson city limits. This area, nearly built out, offers some of the finest luxury homes in the metropolitan Tucson Region. The homes range from a few hundred thousand to a few million dollars. Also home in this area is the phenomenal Westin La Paloma and the Ventana Canyon Resort. Luxury master planned communities include Sabino Springs, Skyline Country Club, Finisterra, Naples, and River Gate Estates.

Living in Tucson, Arizona

Located in Southern Arizona in the South-west of the United States, Tucson is the second-largest city in the state after Phoenix, the capital. It is also the county seat of Pima County, under which come towns like Green Valley, Catalina, Marana, Vail, among others.
Originally, a part of Mexico, Tucson became a part of the United States in 1854 and the city was incorporated in 1877. This makes it Arizona’s oldest city to be incorporated.

Climate: Known as the sunniest city of the United States, the 350 sunny days allow for optimal enjoyment of the outdoors. The days are warm here, but Tucson nights are comfortably cool. During spring, fall and winter, the temperatures are legendarily mild and pleasant. 

History: Hohokam Indians lived in this area for nearly 4000 years, farming here until the 1600s when Spanish soldiers and missionaries arrived. By the 18th century, the newcomers had established two of the most iconic structures in the region, the Mission San Xavier de Bac and the Presidio San Agustin del Tucson. The official founding day of Tucson is celebrated on August 20 at a ‘birthday party’, La Fiesta de San Agustin.

Amenities:
While in Tucson, you can enjoy comfortable night outs and pleasant shopping trips. There are fine-dining places like Yoshimatsu, Jax Kitchen, Cafe Poca Cosa and The Dish Bistro, and shopping is good with stores like La Encantada, Tucson Mall, and Park Place that cater to necessity and luxury.

Schools are highly rated and show good results, like the Orange Grove Middle School, Sahuaro High School, Tucson High Magnet School and The Montessori Schoolhouse.

There is a variety of recreation available, especially with parks and similar open areas around. Residents can roam the locality safely after dark as well, as the security is good and the welfare of the people is looked after.

The real estate rates in Tucson are lucrative and with the general quality of life of people living here implies, investing in Tucson would be a smart choice.

 

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