Tucson’s extended southeast region is a growing area known for its mix of residential and commercial developments. It offers a blend of suburban living and convenient access to Tucson’s city center.
Spacious Rural Charm in Extended Southeast
The extended Southeast area, largely covering the Vail community and parts of Sonoita, is defined by its larger land parcels, typically between 3.3 and 5 acres. These areas, predominantly zoned as SR (suburban ranch) and RH (rural homestead), offer a blend of solitude and natural beauty without the constraints of HOA fees or CC&Rs.
Self-sufficient Living with Stunning Views
While some infrastructure exists, many owners are self-reliant, opting for private wells or water hauling. The landscape varies from flat expanses in Vail to rolling hills in Sonoita, providing magnificent mountain views, especially from ridgetop constructions. Land prices range from $90,000 to $250,000, showing a rural lifestyle with convenient access to downtown Tucson and the airport. A notable subdivision is Ocotillo Preserve, a custom home community at the southern end of Houghton Rd, adjacent to the Santa Rita Mountains, with home prices reaching up to $950,000.
Tucson Extended Southeast Communities & Neighborhoods
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