Corona de Tucson real estate
Nowhere does it say that a community must be big in order to have an array of real estate choices. Corona de Tucson is a small community with a population of just 813 people, making it ideal for the individual or family looking for wide-open spaces in the Sonoran Desert Region. The Sonoran Desert Region is highly acrid, and covers 120,000 square miles in Southwestern Arizona and Southeastern California. Here you'll find plenty of real estate and room for exploration.
This vast desert expanse is what you can rightfully claim as your backyard when you consider purchasing Corona de Tucson real estate. Sure, the temperatures are going to be hot in the summer, but winters are enjoyably mild. If you are attracted to the amenities of true desert living, the area in and around Coronoa de Tucson is perfect for taking your pets or your children for a stroll through nature that is sure to bring you up close and personal with the Arizona landscape.
There are no shortages of museums for those that are drawn to the history and science of the Sonoran Region. Venues for your "must see" list include the Arizona State Museum, the Center for Creative Photography, the Flandrau Science Center, and the International Wildlife Museum. There are also historical sites such as the Spanish Colonial Churches built between 1783 and 1797 by the Papago Indians.
The surrounding areas include the beautiful Catalina Foothills, Casas Adobes, Green Valley, Oro Valley, and the city of Tucson itself. All this means full access to the malls, stores, specialty stores, and entertainment in these surrounding municipalities. No matter what your desire or taste in real estate, Corona de Tucson real estate has something on the platter for everyone. To explore real estate opportunities in Corona de Tucson, contact Vito Teti.