Historic homes

Aldea Linda – One of Tucson’s Historic Districts

About Aldea Linda Neighborhood Aldea Linda is located north of 22nd Street and east of Swan Road. It was developed 1947 to 1964 and it received historic district status in 2009. If you are looking for a quiet, rural feeling neighborhood located in midtown Tucson that is close to shopping and amenities, look no further …

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El Conquistador Water Tower in Colonia Solana neighborhood

Colonia Solana – One of Tucson’s Historic Residential Districts

A Brief History of Colonia Solana Colonia Solana is the first Tucson neighborhood to embrace the natural desert landscape surrounding it. In 1926 Harry E. Bryant purchased the land that Colonia Solana now inhabits, with the desire to build a residential project that incorporated the natural desert setting. Bryan hired landscape architect Stephen Child of …

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Entrance to the Winterhaven neighborhood in Tucson, Arizona

Neighborhood Spotlight: Winterhaven

About Winterhaven Winterhaven is a popular central Tucson neighborhood that was established in 1949. It is known primarily for the annual Festival of Lights when 60,000 visitors walk, bike, or drive through the neighborhood after dark. The Festival of Lights event lasts for 2 weeks every year in December. Reservations are required to take hayrides …

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