Casas del Oro Norte
8100 North Casas Way, Tucson, Arizona 85742
Gated 55+ Neighborhood of Casas del Oro Norte in Tucson, Arizona Has Single Story Town Homes, Golf Course Views and Plenty of Sunshine
This 55+ community is a gated enclave which lies completely within the boundaries of the Omni Tuscon National Golf Course and Spa. Casas Del Oro Norte is governed by Pima County and is only minutes from Highway 10, Casas Adobes and Oro Valley. It was built between 1969 and 1981.
The 130 town homes of Casas Del Oro Norte have a decidedly Southwestern appeal with water wise landscaping, masonry construction, and open floor plans. All units have two to three bedrooms and a two-car garage. Sizes range from 1,800 square feet to almost 3,200 square feet. Some plans include a home office or den, energy efficient built-in appliances, master bedrooms with sliding doors, covered patios, and spacious backyards. Although most homes were built in the 1970s, many have been upgraded or renovated with the newest of appliances, new air conditioning units, granite counter tops, and Travertine tiles.
Prices range from the low-$200,000s to the high-$300,000s. Please verify these prices with a Realtor as they may change.
Home ownership in Casas Del Oro Norte does not include membership in the Omni Tuscon National Resort. That does not mean residents can not enjoy views of lush, green fairways or visit the resort's restaurant, its two championship golf courses, its well-equipped pro shop or its game practice areas. Even for those not interested in golf, Casas Del Oro Norte does have some welcome benefits - park space, a ramada, and a heated pool. Neighbors often convene for tennis round robins, holiday activities, card games, and cook-outs.
Because it is conveniently located in the middle of Tucson's northern suburbs, Casas Del Oro Norte residents have access to a wealth of amenities. The nearby Foothills Mall currently has eight restaurants, ninety outlets and shops, as well as a movie multiplex. The Casas Adobes Plaza has fine dining, galleries, and upscale boutiques.
Tuscon, Arizona's second largest city, has a rich variety of museums and theaters, as well. For those who love collegiate sports, the University of Arizona Wildcats field a wide array of teams - from men's basketball to women's softball. The city also has women's football, two race tracks, AAA baseball, 120 parks, and five public golf courses.
Casas Del Oro Norte is surrounded by state and national parkland. To the east and rising 9000 feet from the desert floor, there is the Pusch Ridge Wilderness. Climbing the ridge to catch a clear, cool view of Tuscon is popular local activity. Also to the east, Catalina State Park sponsors camping, hiking, star parties, and the First Saturday Concert Series. To the west, Saguaro National Park is the home of the nation's largest cacti and stunning desert sunsets. The park features equestrian trails and picnic areas.
Of the seven hospitals in the Tucson area, two have strong connections to the University of Arizona and its excellent medical program. Several are accredited by the Joint Commission.
The area around Tuscon is known for its cool winters and hot summers. The average annual high hovers around 85 degrees. The average annual low is about 58 degrees. Snowfall is non-existent, and annual rainfall averages less than 12 inches.
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On February 14, 1912, Arizona became the 48th state to join the Union. In the southwestern region of the United States, it borders New Mexico to the east, Utah to the north, Nevada and California to the west and Mexico to the south. The Cactus Wren is the state's bird, and the Saguaro Blossom is the state flower. The capital and largest city is Phoenix.
Arizona is home to the Grand Canyon, one of the nation's oldest national parks, and the Hoover Dam. It covers 113,000 square miles, making it the nation's 6th largest state. However, only a small portion of the land, about 15%, is privately owned. The rest of Arizona belongs to national parks, state parks and Native American reservations.
Interestingly, the majority of Arizonans - everyone except those in the Navajo Nation - do not observe Daylight Savings Time.
Population - 6,931,030
Persons 65 years old and over - 17%
High school graduates, persons age 25+ - 86%
Bachelor's degree or higher, persons age 25+ - 27%
Persons of Hispanic or Latino origin - 31%
White persons, not Hispanic - 58%
Median household income - $50,225
Median home value - $167,500
Social Security taxed? No
Source: U.S. Census Bureau
Why Choose a 55+ Community?
Most people who choose to live in a 55+ development are looking for a sense of community with other people of similar backgrounds. Many of these developments are gated and guarded, adding to a sense of security. Often the homes are low maintenance or "lock and leave," giving owners the freedom to do things other than mow the lawn, shovel the snow or replace the roof. The biggest draw is often the amenities, ranging from lavish clubhouses to activity directors and championship golf courses, making some developments akin to country club living (or summer camp for adults). While 55+ communities are not for everyone, they continue to be a popular choice for many people.
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