Casas DE Oro Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
The homes of Casas De Oro reflect the most popular upscale Southwest styles, a pleasing blend of Santa Fe and Spanish contemporaries. Large shade trees, palms, and wonderful landscaping enhance the homes. The Casas De Oro neighborhood lies between West Magee Road and Tucson National Golf Course. Casas Media runs through the north part of the neighborhood. It is in zip code 85742.
Tucson National Golf Club is distinctive, with two courses and all the amenities one expects in a fine club and resort. Tucson National frequently hosts PGA tournaments.
Shopping for southwest art, crafts, and antiques can be done at the Lost Barrio and Old Town Antiques. American Antiques Mall, with 100 vendors, is about 15 miles away.
Foothills Mall is the closest retail center, about five miles away on North La Cholla Boulevard. There is a Saks here as well as a cinemaplex and a good choice of restaurants. La Encantada, about 10 miles away, is an outdoor mall with fifty specialty shops and fine restaurants.
Such an historic area surrounded by so much natural beauty means interesting and historic sites are never far away. Downtown El Presidio Park has a rose garden, fountains, and outdoor art. El Tiradito is a traditional Mexican neighborhood of homes, theater, and museum. The “Wishing Shrine” tells a compelling legend.
Tucson also has an active arts scene and festival schedule. Top museums include the Center for Creative Photography, the Tucson Museum of Art, and the University of Arizona Museum of Art. The Tucson Winter Chamber Music Festival is a nationally recognized weeklong event. The Tucson Convention Center offers Broadway productions and jazz concerts.
Just outside of town is Sabina Canyon, a natural oasis with two trails through Coronado National Forest. Catalina State Park is less than 10 miles away. The rugged countryside is a photographer’s paradise.