Tucson Ranch Lot In The Foothills

Tucson Lot In The Foothills 9.5 acres - Cloud & Larrea

Tucson Lot In The Foothills 9.5 acres - Cloud & Larrea

Listing ID: 114-28-018A
Bedrooms: n/d
Bathrooms: n/d
MLS #: 21720897
Zoning: Pima County SR
School District: TUSD
Lot Size: 9.5 acre(s)
September 22, 2016

Description

Tucson Ranch Lot In The Foothills

Tucson ranch lot in the Foothills with a urban feeling…A RARE FIND!  9.5 acres in the heart of the City – a Tucson ranch lot in the Foothills near Sabino Canyon at Cloud/Larrea Roads – 3550 N. Larrea Lane.  Private, unobstructed Catalina Foothills mountain views, surrounded by lush desert landscape.Open, rural feeling.  Minutes from shopping, excellent schools, restaurants, and convenient to virtually everywhere in Tucson.  An easy to build lot!!

Parcel:  114-28-018A

9.5 acres

      • 3550 N. Larrea Lane – Tucson, AZ  85750
      • Tucson Ranch Lot in the Foothills
      • Ranch-Like Living in Central Tucson Location
      • Walk to Sabino Creek & Take hikes and bird watch on Sabino Creek
      • Close to Sabino Canyon, Canyon Ranch, Whole Foods, Hiking Trails
      • Fruchthendler Elementary School
      • Sonoran Desert & Wildlife is Preserved with Guidance Easement with the Tucson Nature Conservancy (See MLS Listing for Docs for details of the easement)
      • No Home Owner’s Association

Tucson MLS #217201897

Example of a house designed in keeping with the Nature Conservancy Easement

Tucson ranch lot in the foothlls

Arizona Contemporary Ranch Style

4 Bedroom – 4 Bath
9.54 acres
3,412 sf (optional lower/basement level option available)
Pool, Covered Patio & Porches, Outdoor Kitchen / Ramada & Fire Places Metal Roof
Green/Sustainable Features

Tucson Ranch Lot in the Foothills Neighbors Sabino Creek

Sabino Creek, a run-off from Sabino Canyon, was formed 5 million years ago with the Santa Catalina Mountain range. In 1887 a massive earthquake in Mexico broke chunks of boulders free from the canyon walls creating the present day appearance. The Forest Service, in 1905, commissioned the building of bridges that pass over Sabino Canyon. The Sabino Creek Trail is not well known, but from doing some digging it was originally known as the Historic Sabino Trail. The trail is said to have been first used by soldiers stationed at Fort Lowell in 1888 as a route to get to Mt. Lemmon.

The Nature Conservancy

This beautiful Tucson ranch lot in the Foothills is protected by a partnership easement with the Tucson Nature Conservancy.  The Tucson Nature Conservancy easement protects the the fauna and animals on this property, so the beauty and serenity of the area will be preserved.  The mission of the Nature Conservancy is to protect nature, for people today and future generations and to conserve the lands and waters on which all life depends.  The vision of the Nature Conservancy is a world where the diversity of life thrives, and people act to conserve nature for its own sake and its ability to fulfill our needs and enrich our lives.

 

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