Explore the Recreational Reasons to Buy a New Home in Tucson

Ensure that you can get your love of the outdoors fix when
assessing a new home purchase in Tucson. 
Tucson is known for its amazing weather that can accommodate your desire
to explore and be your recreational self.  National parks and forests and a wide open desert
provide an environment for an abundant of outdoor recreational activities, this
city with its half a million person population has its share of history as well
as culture. With its turn-of-the-century architecture, historic neighborhoods
and museums and an 18th-century mission that remains functional to this day,
Tucson is known for its beauty and pride. Enjoy an ultra-progressive cultural
diversity that includes U.S. Mexican and Native American influences yet has a
distinctly Western flavor.

Wildlife and Nature

Whether golfing, horseback riding, hiking in the wilderness at
the Tucson
Mountain Park or discovering all that the Sonoran Desert has to offer that
includes thousands of cacti at Saguaro National Park and a view a Gates Pass the
Sonoran Desert offers one of the greenest deserts in the world

The Tucson
Mountain Park at approximately 20,000 acres, the park is one of the largest
natural resource areas owned and managed by a local U.S. government, the park
has approximately 62 miles of non-motorized shared-use trials. Tucson Mountain park’s
trails are open to hikers, and mountain bikers, and provide a wide range of amazing
and outstanding experiences, including technical challenges, and its own breathtaking
views. Gates Pass overlook includes an interpretive display of historic
structures. Families can Picnic while enjoying the wildlife viewing
opportunities that are located throughout the park without the worry of a
spontaneous rainfall as Tucson typically receives only enough rain to keep it a
desert designation. Tucson is far more alive and vibrant and brilliant than you
imagine.

Tucson Wildlife Center
is Southern Arizona’s only state-of-the-art wildlife hospital running 24/7, 365
days a year, dedicated to the rescue, rehabilitation and release of Southern
Arizona’s injured or orphaned wildlife.

Open to the public seven days a week for self-guided tours
is Sweetwater Wetlands.
Tucson Water supports this community so families can enjoy the Wetlands Park as
long as its guidelines are respected. The Sweetwater Wetlands is known as a
water treatment facility, an urban wildlife habitat, as well as an outdoor
classroom.

Points of Interest
& Landmarks

The Presidio San
Agustin del Tucson is a re-creation of the Tucson Presidio built in 1775. Here
visitors can travel back in time to learn about life as early Tucsonans might
have lived.  Docent tours discuss how life
in the Santa Cruz Valley for early Native Americans and Presidio residents would
have been for Territorial Period settlers. 
See the archaeological remains of a pit house and enjoy a walk along the
original Presidio wall for an ultimate experience at a 150 year old classic
Sonoran Row house. Or enjoy a Blacksmith Demonstration given by resident
blacksmiths who will be on hand while working hard at the forge. When you visit
the Presidio you can take in a demonstration on how to make a nail, a cross, a
hook and other important tools, all done by hand.

Conclusion

You can enjoy Mountains in every direction when you live in
Tucson. If you feel at home whenever you see mountain ranges, you’ll fall in
love immediately with Tucson. You’ll literally be surrounded by five minor
ranges of mountains: the Santa Catalina Mountains and the Tortolita Mountains
to the north, the Santa Rita Mountains to the south, the Rincon Mountains to
the east, and the Tucson Mountains to the west.

Flights to Tucson

Tucson is the largest city in the southern part of Arizona.
Flights to Tucson will come into the Tucson International Airport. At TUS.

American AirlinesAlaska AirlinesUnited Airlines

Hotels in Tucson

Comfort Suites at Sabino CanyonHampton Inn Tucson-AirportRadisson Suites Tucson Hampton Inn & Suites Tucson East / Williams
Centre

Homes in Tucson

Tucson market trends indicate an increase of
$10,370 (6%) in home sales over the past yearAverage price per square foot for this same period
rose to $125, up from $117

Cost of living in
Tucson

Summary:

Cost of living in Tucson Arizona

Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished
$1,160 Monthly rent for 85 m2 (900 Sqft) furnished $832
Utilities 1 month (heating, electricity, gas)
for 2 people in 85m2 flat $173