Cobo Catalina Hills Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
With its stunning mountain views, expansive lots, and estate-style homes, Cobo Catalina Hills offers residents luxurious, rural living. Homes in this high-end community are set against the majestic backdrop of the Santa Catalina Mountains, and many houses are surrounded by acres of rustic, desert terrain.
Home designs in Cobo Catalina Hills are an eclectic mix of architectural styles comprising custom-built homes. You’ll find residences such as an Adobe-style house built in 1977, a Contemporary-style home constructed in the 1990s, and a Tuscan Villa built in 2006.
Cobo Catalina Hills encompasses zip code 85718. The community is bounded by East Magee Road and the Santa Catalina Mountains on the north, North Christie Drive on the east, North Christie Drive and North Sendero De Juana Road on the south, and North Sendero De Juana Road on the west. The Interstate 77 Freeway sits to the west of the neighborhood. Most of the area consists of housing, although there are some non-residential buildings such as a high school and hotel.
Of the many appealing aspects of Cobo Catalina Hills is Tohono Chul Park, which lies to the southwest of the community. Named one of the greatest botanical gardens in the world by Travel and Leisure, Chul Park offers visitors a desert oasis experience. The garden features vegetation native to the Sonoran desert and offers guided tours that focus on a variety of themes, including wildflowers, birds, and reptiles. There are golf courses and resorts located nearby Cobo Catalina Hills, including Quail Canyon Ranch, which sits a short distance to the south of Chul Park. Quail Canyon has tennis courts, and a 30-acre golf course featuring a lake and mature trees.