While you may automatically think of Southwest-styled homes when you picture Tucson, AZ, the individuality of various neighborhoods offers choices for any buyer's preference. From the central Sam Hughes neighborhood with tree-lined streets and turn-of-the-century, mission-style bungalows to the urban and elegant Armory Park, the choices are endless. Those seeking a strong family feel may choose Blenman Elm, while creative artists often choose colorful, adobe row houses in the Barrio Historico district.
The city of Tucson, AZ, is just north of the U.S.-Mexico border and is home to almost a million people. For outdoor enthusiasts, the five mountain ranges that surround the city offer hiking, rock climbing and mountain biking. The downtown area is also home to abundant commerce, featuring the Broadway Village Shopping Center, 4th Avenue Shopping District and El Con Mall. Students living in central Tucson near the University of Arizona are also close to the expansive Reid Park and Reid Park Zoo. Luckily, residents are often able to get around without cars, with some streets being designated as bicycle-only except for local traffic. There are also several riverfront bike and walk paths, giving residents the chance to ride to enjoy the scenery or to commute to work via bicycle.
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