Indians Hills North Apartments for Rent(hide neighborhood information)
Just off North Bear Canyon Road in Tucson, Arizona, there is a simple, non-descript turn onto East Indian Bend Road, which leads to the delightful neighborhood of Indians Hills North. Each of the homes wrapped in the rolling landscape of the Catalina Foothills has a splendid view of the Santa Catalina Mountains in the distance, surrounded by natural desert.
The Indians Hills North Neighborhood boundary backs up to the property lines of its northern neighbors, East Indian Bend Road snakes to the northeast with the neighborhood, encompassing all the properties along the way, save for the last three on the south side of the road. The homes along North Cottontail Circle make up the east boundary, as it connects to East Morrill Way to cover the southwestern boundary.
The spacious homes from the 1970s are sprawling, epic examples of the Southwest and ranch styles. The neighborhood boasts generous lot sizes and little interruption of the natural landscape for the roadways. While the smaller roads conserve more of the surrounding natural environment, it crowds the space with cars, bikes, pedestrians, pets, and some wildlife.
There is also no access to public transportation and all the property in the Indians Hills Neighborhood is private property, most of which is encompassed with fencing to mark the property lines. The pristine skyline and the Santa Catalina Mountains can more then compensate for the lack of parks in the neighborhood, not to mention the beautiful, star-filled nights.
Traveling through this neighborhood is not as tricky as most foothill canyons, with all the roads in the Indians Hills neighborhood leading to major roadways. North along the Catalina Highway is a quick trip to the Catalina State Park, as well as the General Hitchcock Picnic Area along the connecting Mount Lemmon Highway.