Upper Southeast Tucson is a serene and scenic area, characterized by its spacious residential neighborhoods and natural desert landscapes.
Discover Serenity and Space in the Upper Southeast
Located between the southeastern border of Tucson and the Vail community, the Upper Southeast region is a haven for those who enjoy the tranquility of rural living. This area is characterized by its undisturbed desert landscapes, rolling terrains, and views of the Rincon and Santa Rita Mountains.
Exclusive Homesites and Laid-back Living
Prospective homeowners will find expansive homesites, typically ranging from 3.3 to 5 acres, offering ample space for privacy and creativity. These plots often come with minimal deed restrictions or HOA demands, granting you the freedom to personalize your space. Most properties are equipped with a reliable water source, municipal or private well, along with necessary electric service. Private septic systems are the norm here.
Award-winning Education and Outdoor Activities
The Vail school district, known for its academic excellence, adds significant appeal to the area, complemented by the proximity to Tucson’s amenities. For the outdoor enthusiast, the nearby Coronado National Forest offers hiking, biking, and riding trails.
Diverse Subdivisions and Investment Opportunities
While much of the land remains unsubdivided, notable subdivisions like Rincon Desert Estates, Mountain Creek Ranch, Coyote Creek, and X-9 Ranch offer varied living experiences. Coyote Creek, for instance, spans several hundred acres with lot prices ranging from $150,000 to $225,000. X-9 Ranch, uniquely positioned at the Rincon Mountains’ base, offers larger 36-acre sites priced between $275,000 and $500,000, boasting both secluded and panoramic building options. Unsubdivided land here is economical, with prices ranging from $75,000 to $200,000.