20 apartments for rent near Arroyo Chico, Tucson, AZ
Apartments in Arroyo Chico, Tucson, AZ
The homes in Arroyo Chico are not the eye-popping, electrifying, deep earth colors found in the movie Fools Rush In but instead are more neutral shades and feature eclectic styles.
The period of the homes is between 1949 and 1962. The average price range starts modestly at $90,000 and easily exceeds $150,000. Arroyo Chico encompasses zip codes 85716 and 84719.
A blessing of being a resident of Tucson is having an extra holiday called Cinco De Mayo, basking in warm winter weather, and enjoying great authentic Mexican food. With Arroyo Chico being a stone’s throw away from Tucson’s Gene C. Reid and Randolph parks, it certainly meets all the requirements of a festive neighborhood.
The park has active recreation facilities and boasts Hi Corbett field, the home to the Colorado Rocky minor league baseball team.
There is also a comprehensive sports center available to the public. The Dell Urich Golf Course is an 18-hole regulation golf course that has hosted many LPGA golf tournaments. The Randolph Park Tennis Center hosts USTA tennis tournaments yearly. Kids will find enjoyment at the Reid Park Zoo, and Seniors flock to their Aquatics center.
Lodge on the Desert is a Tucson Historic landmark about five miles north of Arroyo Chico. Built in 1936, this lodge has recently undergone beautiful renovations and is excellent for family stays and business travels. Visitors can easily retreat to the nearby Tucson Botanical Gardens.
In Arroyo Chico it is easy to find mom-and-pop restaurants featuring the finest of Mexican food, which includes culinary delights of northern and southern Mexico. Smaller stores, such as carnicerias and fabric tailoring shops, also line the major crossing streets.
Arroyo Chico’s brilliance is its closeness to the center of town, so one can easily commute to other quadrants in Tucson without being too far from home. It is bordered by Aviation Highway, enabling access to I-10 and speedy routes to the north, central, and west sides of Tucson.
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