Vail is located southeast of Tucson, bordering the Rincon and Santa Rita mountain ranges. It has a long history of being a ranching and railroad community, long before subdivisions were developed in the 1990s and beyond.
Nowadays, the Vail School District is what brings many people to the area. As well as those looking for a more quiet, rural kind of lifestyle but with city amenities not too far away.
Most homes in the area are newer built, within planned suburban communities. The planned communities often offer a clubhouse, community pool, or other community amenities. The newer homes in the area are usually stucco often with tile roofs and feature 2 or 3 car garages.
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Vail, Arizona was rated as the “best place to raise children” in Arizona by Bloomberg Businessweek. The area located southeast of Tucson boasts beautiful mountain views in a wonderful rural setting. Bloomberg said this about Vail: “A growing community 22 miles southeast of Tucson, Vail overlooks the Rincon Mountains and is a quick drive from Colossal Cave Mountain Park and other parks. It is also home to the Del Lago Gold Club, an 18-hole golf course. The Vail School District, which ranks highly on greatschools.org, has seven elementary schools, four middle schools, two comprehensive high schools, an alternative high school, and two charter schools”