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Catalina Foothills

Located on the base of the Santa Catalina Mountains to the north of Tucson, the Catalina Foothills present probably the most quality vistas of downtown and are nonetheless a simple 10-to-15 minute drive away. This incredible neighborhood has a minimalist mindset with few sidewalks and slim streets that wind through the hills. The Southwestern custom homes painted in muted browns has been built to blend with the natural western landscape. Front yards have usual zero-scaping, leaving them marked with saguaro cactuses, desert flora and the occasional tumbleweed. This Tucson neighborhood has recently acquired one of the city’s most exceptional restaurants and a growing quantity of artwork galleries and shops, all housed in upscale shopping malls.

Your Neighbors: healthful mix of higher-center type and upper class Tucsonans from retirees to families, gurus

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Dove Mountain

This high-end golf course subdivision project leads up to the base of the Tortolito Mountains in the suburb of Marana.  It has recently emerged as one of the crucial new neighborhoods in the last few years with residence prices that range from cheap to astronomical. It’s just to the North of Downtown Tucson with effortless freeway entry, making it a common neighborhood for men and women who work in different areas of town. Similar to the Catalina foothills, residences are spread out within the hills and valleys. These Southwestern stucco residences were developed to complement the desert panorama with muted tones and saguaro-lined streets. Tiger Woods and other golf notables have performed on the championship course on the hill’s summit.

Your Neighbors: quite homogenous mixture of households, business varieties, retirees, golfers

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Sam Hughes

Sam Hughes is the type of lively Tucson neighborhood that outsiders don’t anticipate. Turn-of-the-century territorial residences and adorable bungalows styled after missions are painted in browns and purples. You’ll also find quiet, tree-lined streets, all inside strolling distance of shops, restaurants and parks. You are practically on top of the University of Arizona and Downtown Tucson, Tucson’s cultural middle. Named after an early civic chief, the Sam Hughes Subdivision is in a consistent state of revitalization as new home owners move in to restore older houses. Housing costs come in between $200,000 and $1.5 million, attracting a various population.

Your Neighbors: A cross-section of town — everybody from university professors to starving pupils, lawyers and civic leaders to artists, young households to respectable sports stars.

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