Golf Communities

Neighborhood spotlight: 49er Country Club Estates

Forty Niner Country Club and Golf Course The 49er neighborhood community Known to the locals as “49ers”, the Forty Niner Country Club Estates and Golf Course is located in the green rolling desert of northeast Tucson. The neighborhood is nestled between the base of the Catalina and Rincon Mountains and bordered by the Tanque Verde …

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Gorgeous golf community: Tucson Country Club

Neighborhood Spotlight: Tucson Country Club Estates Tucson Country Club is a beautiful golf community on Tucson’s northeast side. The fantastic location is convenient to all of Tucson’s amenities yet retains a tranquil feel. The large lots, towering trees, and luxury homes provide Tucson living at its finest. Some of the homes in the neighborhood were designed …

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Premier Golf Neighborhood in Northeast Tucson: Sabino Springs

Tucson’s Sabino Springs is a beautiful neighborhood tucked into the Catalina Foothills in northeast Tucson. It has many amenities including Arizona National Golf Club, a restaurant called Wildcat Grill, a fitness center, pool, spa, activities, and 24/7 manned gate with a night roving guard. Arizona National is the home of the University of Arizona Golf …

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Neighborhood Spotlight: Dorado Country Club

Dorado Country Club Estates is a northeast side Tucson neighborhood that was built around a privately owned golf course that is open to the public. The neighborhood is north of Speedway, between Kolb and Wilmot. The first homes were built in 1970. There are 12 separate neighborhoods (each having a separate HOA), with a total …

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Popular East side neighborhood – Rolling Hills

About Rolling Hills Rolling Hills is a popular neighborhood on the east side of Tucson. The mid-century, ranch style houses were built from the 1960s to 1970s. Most homes in this area feature a garage or a carport and they typically have 3-4 bedrooms. Most homes in the area are constructed of red brick, burnt …

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