Tucson Barrio Style House – $241,715

Tucson Barrio Style House – $241,715
Listing ID: 110-06-5830
Bedrooms: 3
Bathrooms: 2
MLS #: 21718037
Zoning: Tucson R2
Home sf: 1,493 sq ft
School District: Tucson Unified
Lot Size: .1 acre(s)
Built in: 2002
July 4, 2017


Looking for a Tucson barrio style house? Then, welcome to Tucson’s NEW barrio at Barrio Centro in north-central Tucson at Ft. Lowell and Swan.


Located in the highly sought after neighborhood of Barrio Central, this colonial Tucson barrio style house is reminiscent of the charm and features that have long been characteristic of homes in the Southwest. This Tucson Barrio style house in Barrio Centro captures the essence of old Tucson and Old Ft. Lowell neighborhoods with modern features and living in a very desirable


This Tucson Barrio Style House is all about charm, community and location. Located at 3170 N. Avenida Del Clarin, this is the perfect, move-in ready single family residence home in highly sought after Barrio Centro in North-Central Tucson.

MLS #21718037.            $245,000

  • TAX ID #110-06-5830
  • 3 Bedroom/2 Bath
  • 1,493 Square Feet
  • 2 Car Garage
  • Community Pool & Spa
  • Spacious 3 bedrooms
  • Third bedroom works great as a den
  • Split floor plan
  • Upgraded colored concrete floors
  • Nicely configured kitchen & pantry
  • Breakfast bar
  • Appliances included
  • Great master bedroom layout
  • Master bath – Dual sink vanity & large walk-in closet
  • Newly painted interior & exterior
  • Professionally designed rear landscape
  • Yard Features – Flagstone, covered patio & built in sitting areas
  • Oversized living area great for entertaining
  • Two car garage
  • New garbage disposal, refrigerator & microwave
  • Community pool and spa
  • Centrally located near everything
  • Minutes from shopping, hiking & the Rillito River Walk!


The Old Fort Lowell historical neighborhood, with ancient Hohokam dwellings and artifacts, is located walking distance from this Tucson Barrio style house in Barrio Centro.  Fort Lowell Park and the ruins within the property were listed in the National Register of Historic Places in December 13, 1978.  Today the City of Tucson and Pima County actively work with the neighborhood to preserve and protect the character of the District, where there are so many tangible reminders of the past. Over more than a thousand years, many different people have settled on the land. Traces of the prehistoric Hohokam culture – tools, shell ornaments, pottery sherds – are still being found here. Much later, in the late nineteenth century, a military fort was located near this spot. Here, and in Fort Lowell Park to the east, are adobe walls that remain, some restored and in use, others melting slowly into the desert floor.  Those that live near Barrio Centro and Old Ft. Lowell neighborhoods enjoy the walking trails within the community like: Rillito River Walk, Alamo Wash Trail,  Mesquite Wash Trail and the Adobes del Bosque Trail Fort Lowell Trail. For more information regarding the Old Ft. Lowell area, please visit, http://www.oldfortlowellneighborhood.org/




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