BEYOND COOL with LAND! This 4 bedroom, 3 bath home is a rare
1962 retro gem waiting for hip new owners! House oriented thoughtfully on .91
usable acre lot to maximize Catalina backyard pool views. NO carpet-wood and
brick floors in bedrooms and living spaces, Terrazzo (yes, Terrazzo!) floors in
kitchen, baths, dining, flex space and patio. Delightful cherry red retro
kitchen with large pantry and vintage baths in PRISTINE condition. Leave this
property in its darling current condition or make your own adjustments—the
possibilities of this property are endless. Located literally a stone’s throw
from Tohono Chul Park and Whole Foods in close-to-all popular Casas Adobes
area. Flexible floorplan features 3009 square feet of eclectic vintage
character for you to enjoy and entertain in.
Casas Adobes is a census designated spot just south of Oro
Valley in the 85704 zip code. Translated from Spanish, Casas Adobes means
“Adobe Houses”. The Casas Adobes
community is older than the town of Oro Valley, and boasts not only many adobe
homes, but also some of the most concentrated Mid-Century modern subdivisions
in Tucson—including architectural beauties from Tom Gist and Nicholas Sakellar,
among others. In the 1960’s, one of Casas Adobe’s most prolific developers, Sam
Nanini, built the Omni Tucson National Resort and Tucson National Estates. He
also was responsible for the popular and architecturally relevant Casas Adobes
Plaza (which houses the aforementioned Wildflower restaurant as one of its
tenants). Casas Adobes is also home to
the world-renowned Tohono Chul Park, named by Travel+Leisure magazine as one of
the “Great Botanical Gardens of the World”. This beautiful park has both
incredible diverse Sonoran desert flora and an art gallery.
Casas Adobes has lots of great shopping and dining options,
including a few of our favorites—The Parish (southern-style cuisine and
fabulous cocktails) and Wildflower (featuring a chic modern American menu and
indoor/outdoor seating). Residents will
enjoy close proximity to healthy grocery options like Whole Foods, Trader Joes,
Sprouts and Natural Grocers, all just minutes away from each other. The popular
garden art shop, The Happy Saguaro, will fill your new desert garden with
unique and one-of-a kind items, and you can indulge in some “retail therapy” at
Marshall’s, Home Goods, Kohls and more.
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