Casitas de Castilian

643 W. Las Lomitas Rd., Tucson, Arizona 85704


 

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Established 55+ Community of Casitas de Castilian in Sunny Tucson, Arizona Has Town Homes with Reasonable Prices and Unique Designs

Located in Northwest Tucson near Oro Valley, Casistas de Castilian is a 55+ neighborhood built between 1965 and 1974. Its innovative Bennie Gonzales design features casitas grouped around open space. The village ambiance offers residents both privacy and community.

 

 

The 120 attached homes of Casistas de Castilian range in size from 800 square feet to 2,600 square feet. Although there are four two-story units, most of the one, two, and floor plans are arranged around a single-level. Many have been remodeled to include skylights, walk-in closets, granite countertops, and a gourmet kitchen. Adobe brick, backyard patios, and carports are abundant. HOA fees cover water and sewer services, as well as exterior home and patio maintenance. Current resales start at around $100,000. Please verify this with a Realtor as prices may change.

The small neighborhood clubhouse has meeting facilities, a community kitchen, and room for potlucks, brunches, holiday barbecues, and coffee hours. Two outdoor pools, a tennis court, and 17 acres of open space round out the neighborhood amenities. Social clubs abound and cover a wide variety of interests - from books to memoirs and poker to yoga.

 

Casistas de Castilian is minutes from the shops of Tucson Mall, golf at the par three 18-hole Quail Canyon course, and outdoor adventure at Catalina State Park. Downtown Tucson with its restaurants, museums, and theaters, is only seven miles away.

A short drive outside of town sweeps residents from the stark landscape of the Sonoran Desert to cool evergreen forests atop one of Arizona's "sky islands." These rugged mountains, comprised of four separate ranges, reach more than 9,000 feet above sea level and provide year-round opportunities for hiking, fishing, camping and bicycling.

Tucson has seven hospitals, and the University of Arizona Medical Center has won numerous national awards. It is nationally ranked in geriatric care, cardiology and heart surgery. Accredited by the Joint Commission, it accepts Medicaid and Medicare patients.

On average, Tucson has 285 sunny days per year. July's average high temperature is 100 degrees, and January's average high temperature is 52 degrees. Nights are usually cool. Precipitation is up to an inch per month.

 

Visit www.casitasdecastilian.com for more information. Visit http://tinyurl.com/jguq4cw to see a sample home listing.


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